Alaska Document Retrieval Services
Looking for document retrieval services in Alaska? We can find anything you need!
While we can retrieve pretty much any real estate documents for you, we specialize in deeds, civil court case files, and UCC searches.
Learn more about our document retrieval services in Alaska here – or reach out for more information!
Document Retrieval For The Alaska Mortgage Industry
The team at Blue Streak Docs can retrieve any real estate document you need within the entire state of Alaska!
Types of mortgage documents we can retrieve for you include:
- Property liens
- Lien releases
- Property tax status
- And more!
We're here to customize our searches to your requirements. Choose between photocopies of documents, certified document retrieval, or a brief report on the information discovered.
How Long Does Document Retrieval Take in Alaska?
Most document retrieval requests in Alaska can be completed within 24 hours. However, documents from more remote areas may take some more time to obtain.
Alaska Deed Search
We've built up a large network of document retrieval experts, so we can turn around any deed search in Alaska as quickly as possible.
All we need from you to get started is the name of the grantor or grantee and the estimated time of the transfer or sale of the property. Also, let us know if you're looking for a specific type of deed, such as a Quitclaim Deed, Warranty Deed or Special Warranty Deed.
We will send you back a deed search report with:
- The name of the grantor/grantee
- Date of transfer
- Recording date
- Legal description of the property
- Copy if requested
Civil Court Case Record Retrieval in Alaska
We can search through Alaska's court records to retrieve documents related to civil court cases, including:
- Divorce cases
- Lists of heirs
- Death certificates
- Final judgments
We have the experience needed to retrieve civil court case records quickly and accurately. All we need from you are the names related to the case and a range of years to search for. If you have the case number, we'll be able to complete your request much faster.
How Long Does Civil Court Case Document Retrieval Take?
Most civil court case records can be retrieved within 48 hours.
However, it may take longer if:
- A file needs to be ordered from storage
- The case is in a judge's chamber
- The case is in mediation
Alaska UCC Search
We provide Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) searches throughout the state of Alaska. We will search through all public records – at the state and county level – to find any UCCs filed for the property in question.
All we need from you to get started is the name of the debtor and the county to search. Once the search is complete, we'll send you a report containing:
- The name of the debtor
- Names of any secured parties
- Date of transaction
- Date of recording
- Photocopy if requested
- Continuances and terminations if requested
We're also happy to provide you with copies of the UCC filings or simply send over full recording information.
Fast, Accurate Document Retrieval in Alaska
We offer turn-key document retrieval services throughout the United States so you don't have to worry about where your next deed search is coming from. Save yourself the time and effort by letting Blue Streak Docs obtain everything you need on time and within budget.
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Alaska - Economics
Alaska leads the nation in the value of its commercial fishing catch—chiefly salmon, crab, shrimp, halibut, herring, and cod. Anchorage and Dutch Harbor are major fishing ports, and the freezing and canning of fish dominates the food-processing industry, the state’s largest manufacturing enterprise. Lumbering and related industries are of great importance, although disputes over logging in the state’s great national forests are ongoing. Mining, principally of petroleum and natural gas, is the state’s most valuable industry. Gold, which led to settlement at the end of the 19th cent., is no longer mined in quantity. Fur-trapping, Alaska’s oldest industry, endures; pelts are obtained from a great variety of animals. The Pribilof Islands are especially noted as a source of sealskins (the seals there are owned by the U.S. government, and their use is carefully regulated).
In 1968 vast reserves of oil and natural gas were discovered on the Alaska North Slope near Prudhoe Bay. The petroleum reservoir was determined to be twice the size of any other field in North America. The 800-mi (1,287-km) Trans-Alaska pipeline from the North Slope to the ice-free port of Valdez opened in 1977, after bitter opposition from environmentalists, and oil began to dominate the state economy. The Alaska Permanent Fund, created in 1977, receives 25% of Alaska’s oil royalty income. The fund is designed to provide the state with income after the oil reserves are depleted and has paid dividends to all residents.
Alaska - Facts & Figures
|Area:||656,424 sq mi (1,700,135 sq km), including 86,051 sq mi (222,871 sq km) of water surface|
|Population:||628,932 (as of 2000), a 14% increase since the 1990 census|
|Statehood:||Jan. 3, 1959 (49th state)|
|Highest Point:||Mt. McKinley, 20,320 ft (6,198 m)|
|Lowest Point:||Sea Level|
|Motto:||North to the Future|