Florida Document Retrieval Services Company

Headquartered in Clearwater, Florida, Blue Streak Docs provides Florida document retrieval services with unparalleled accuracy and lightning-fast speed. We specialize in deed searches, court case document retrieval, and UCC searches in the state of Florida.

Document Retrieval for the Florida Mortgage Industry

We can search through public records in any of Florida's 67 county courthouses! From Alachua to Hillsborough to Miami Dade, we'll find the documents you need.

Our Florida document retrieval search services include:

  • Florida deeds
  • Florida mortgages
  • Florida property liens
  • Court-certified copies of documents

We're happy to provide copies of the documents we find, whether you need them to be court-certified or not. If you don't need any actual copies, we can simply report on the information we discovered during our search.

How Long Do Florida Document Retrieval Services Take?

We turn around most Florida document retrieval requests within 24 hours. If you need documents from a county in a rural area we don't typically go to, it could take a bit longer.

Florida Deed Search

Our document retrieval services include Florida deed searches. We've worked closely with mortgage industry professionals for years, so we understand you're probably looking for a conveyance document on a specific property over a certain time period. All you need to provide us with is the property's address, the name(s) of the grantor or grantee, and the Florida county the property is located in.

Document Retrieval for Civil Matters in the State of Florida

This document retrieval service focuses on civil court records, which could be needed for a variety of reasons, such as:

  • Foreclosures
  • Divorce cases
  • Death certificates
  • List of heirs
  • Wills

To search Florida's probate court records, we'll need names, a date range to search for, or a specific case number. If you're able to provide the case number, we're able to locate the documents much faster!

Florida civil court document retrieval is usually completed within 48 hours. The process could take longer if the case is in mediation, the case is in the judge's chamber, or if the file needs to be retrieved from storage. Our network of document retrieval experts can regularly check the status of requests until each document is available.

Florida UCC Search

Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is a standard set of rules used to regulate business transactions throughout the United States. UCCs filings can be filed at both the county recorder’s office or at the state level with Florida's Secretary of State.

We provide UCC filing and lien searches in Florida and are able to retrieve UCCs from county and state levels. We'll search for UCC filings against specific debtors and UCC liens filed against specific parties.

To conduct a UCC search, all we need from you is the name of the debtor, the name of the secured party (if possible), and the approximate date of the transaction or recording date.

Our Florida UCC search results will include:

  • Name of debtor
  • Name of any secured parties
  • Date of transaction
  • Date of recording
  • Continuances and terminations
  • Photocopy (per client request)

Try Our Florida Document Retrieval Services Today!

With over a decade of experience providing nationwide document retrieval services, we streamlined the process to be able to offer industry-leading turnaround times, serious attention to detail, and robust document-tracking technology. Experience what we can do for you firsthand — place your order today!

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We just had an order sent in last week and we were thrilled to get the results back. I do have another possible FL job that once I get the green light, I’ll be back to you for an order.
J.M. (Miami, FL)

Florida Counties Served:

Alachua • Baker • Bay • Bradford • Brevard • Broward • Calhoun • Charlotte • Citrus • Clay • Collier • Columbia • Dade • DeSoto • Dixie • Duval • Escambia • Flagler • Franklin • Gadsden • Gilchrist • Glades • Gulf • Hamilton • Hardee • Hendry • Hernando • Highlands • Hillsborough • Holmes • Indian River • Jackson • Jefferson • Lafayette • Lake • Lee • Leon • Levy • Liberty • Madison • Manatee • Marion • Martin • Miami Dade • Monroe • Nassau • Okaloosa • Okeechobee • Orange • Osceola • Palm Beach • Pasco • Pinellas • Polk • Putnam • Santa Rosa • Sarasota • Seminole • St Johns • St Lucie • Sumter • Suwannee • Taylor • Union • Volusia • Wakulla • Walton • Washington

Florida - Economics

Tourism plays a primary role in the state’s economy; in 1996 visitors to Florida spent over $48 billion. Walt Disney World, a massive cluster of theme parks near Orlando that is one of the world’s leading tourist attractions; Universal Studios, a combination theme park and film and television production facility, also near Orlando; and other attractions draw millions yearly. Famed beaches, such as those at Miami Beach, Daytona Beach, and Fort Lauderdale, attract hordes of vacationers. With more than 4,000 sq mi (10,360 sq km) of inland water and with the sea readily accessible from almost anywhere in the state, Florida is a fishing paradise. Other attractions include Everglades National Park, with its unusual plant and animal life; Palm Beach, with its palatial estates; and Sanibel Island’s picturesque resorts.

Famous for its citrus fruits, Florida leads the nation in the production of oranges, grapefruits, tangerines, and market-ready corn and tomatoes. Other important crops include sugarcane and many varieties of winter vegetables. Cattle and dairy products are important, as is commercial fishing, with the catch including crabs, lobsters, and shrimp.

Cape Canaveral is the site of the John F. Kennedy Space Center, and many defense and scientific-research companies are in the area. Space flights, including those to the moon and the space shuttle missions, have been launched from Cape Canaveral. There are also major air and naval facilities, especially near Tampa and Pensacola. Construction is a major industry in fast-growing Florida, and Miami is a center of international (especially Latin American) trade.

Florida - Facts & Figures

Area:58,560 sq mi (151,670 sq km)
Population:15,982,378 (as of 2000), a 23.5% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Jacksonville
Statehood:Mar 3, 1845 (27th state)
Highest Point:345 ft (105 m), Walton County
Lowest Point:Sea Level
Nickname:Sunshine State
Motto:In God We Trust
Flower:Orange Blossom
Tree:Sabal Palmetto Palm
Abbreviation:Fla, FL

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