Last Updated on January 9, 2022
What is a UCC?
A UCC, or Uniform Commercial Code, is a set of laws regulating secure transactions. The
A UCC Financing Statement is a legal form that gives lenders a claim on assets a debtor pledges as security interest, such as when an individual obtains a mortgage for a real estate. The home is the collateral pledged for the property. With the UCC filed, the homeowner can’t take out another loan on the home without first paying off the initial loan.
What information does a Wyoming UCC search show?
A UCC search will return the filing date, filing type, name of the debtor, name of the secured party.
Why is a UCC needed?
A UCC filing is used to notify the debtor that it has or may have an interest in the debtor’s personal or company property.
Where is a UCC filed in Wyoming?
Most UCC filings are done with the Wyoming Secretary of State’s office, however, real estate filings are filed in the County Recording Office of the County Clerk, in the county where the real estate is located
How much does a UCC search cost in Wyoming?
An online official search is free. There is a $10 filing fee for paper filing requesting an official search.
How to do a UCC search in Wyoming
Step 1 – Go to the Wyoming Secretary of State’s website
Step 2 – Click on Business/UCC and then click on Business & UCC Home in the drop down menu.
Step 3 – Click on Search for Business Names/Filings in the menu on the left side of the screen.
Step 4 – Enter a filing name or filing ID and click Search.