Last Updated on January 8, 2022
What is a UCC?
A Uniform Commercial Code, or UCC, is a legal document that creditors submit to notify the debtor that they have interest in their personal or corporate property.
What information does a Nevada UCC search show?
A UCC search becomes public record and will show the debtor name and address, secured party name and address, collateral description, file number, file date and time.
Why is a UCC needed?
A UCC lien is used to safeguard a lender’s interests in the event of borrower failure or bankruptcy.
Where is a UCC filed in Nevada?
Most UCC Financing Statements are done with the NevadaSecretary of State’s office, however, real estate transactions are filed in the County Recorder Office of the County Clerk, in the county where the real estate is located.
How much does a UCC search cost in Nevada?
A search is $30 per debtor name or $400 annually for a subscription to the UCC database.
How to do a UCC search in Nevada
Step 1 – Go to the Nevada Secretary of State’s website
Step 2 – Go to Businesses at the top of the page and click on Online Filings and Searches under UCC in the drop down menu.
Step 3 – Under Other Business Services click Uniform Commercial Code.
Step 4 – Create a Nevada Business Portal Profile or Sign In to conduct your search and follow the directions provided.