The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is one of a number of acts designed to regulate commercial transactions within the United States and primarily deals with transactions involving personal property. UCC filings generally include documents such as financing statements, security instruments, and federal tax liens as well as other types of lien filings. Most states handle UCC filings through their Secretary of State office and many provide online databases available for public searching. Searches may often be conducted by business or individual name or by filing number. Some states provide this information for free while others charge for the search. Often there are fees associated with viewing actual UCC documents, whether or not these documents are on-line.
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