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IntelliChart is an automated summary of search results that pulls data and images from the public record into a chart of results. You export the chart to the file type of your choice (Word, Excel or PDF), review complete collateral descriptions; organize search results to call out critical information; bulk file pre-populated UCC-3s without data entry.
Your quote depends upon both your business type and the states in which you do business.
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Intellichart provides the following searches: Bankruptcy records, Federal and State tax liens, Judgment liens, Litigation records, Real property, UCC liens, and other public records
Other UCC search providers may manually create chart summaries of search results, but the amount of content they provide is limited — lacking, for example, collateral descriptions. With IntelliChart, you get this and more, such as PDF images and the ability to create UCC-3s — all directly from the chart. Bottom line: the manual processes of other providers take time and jeopardize the accuracy of important information.
With each search order, we populate your results and filing images directly into the chart. From there, you can either export results and images into the format of your choice (Word, Excel or PDF),or first use interactive tools to simplify and accelerate the review process.
Ever-changing jurisdictional requirements can mean missed or incorrect searches.
Missed deadlines can result in lost time and money for you and your clients.
The amount of time and complexity required to manage lien management and debtor due diligence compliance increases year after year.
State law grants liens for unpaid taxes to the various states, with most requiring that a public notice be filed to document the existence of a state tax lien. Most state tax liens are required to be filed only in a local office, usually the county where the property is located. Other states retain state tax lien filings at both the Secretary of State and a local office.
An Owner & Encumbrance Search identifies the current owner of and all liens against the property.