Last Updated on January 8, 2022
What is a UCC?
A UCC, or Uniform Commercial Code, is a legal document that a creditor files to give notice that it has a collateral interest in the personal or business property of a debtor.
What information does a New Mexico UCC search show?
The UCC search will show the lien’s initial financing statement number, status, created date, lien type, lapse date, filing number, filing type, debtor name, and address. Upon filing, this information will become public record.
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Why is a UCC needed?
A UCC lien record is needed in order to inform debtors and creditors of outstanding security interest in a borrower’s personal property.
Where is a UCC filed in New Mexico?
Most UCC filings are done with the New MexicoSecretary of State’s office, however real property filings are recorded in the County Clerk’s Office, in the county where the real estate is located
How much does a UCC search cost in New Mexico?
There are no fees to run a New Mexico UCC search.
How to do a UCC search in New Mexico
Step 1 – Go to the New Mexico Secretary of State’s website
Step 2 – Go to Commercial Services at the top of the page, move down to UCC Filings and click on UCC Quick Links.
Step 3- Under Quick Links click on UCC Online Search and Images.
Step 4 – Fill in the appropriate information in the boxes.