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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.
This includes the origination, transferring or releasing titles and liens through title services, duplicate title requests, repo titles, lien-holder filings, duplicate registrations, and VIN searches. In some states they require registration/insurance information and driving records.