Hawaii Document Retrieval Services
Do you work in the mortgage or legal industry? At Blue Streak Docs, our goal is to help you be more productive with your time! We offer document retrieval services in Hawaii (and the entire United States).
While we can design a custom solution for your needs, our specialists focus on deed searches, civil court records, and UCC searches. With our industry-leading turnaround times and an advanced tracking system, we can help locate any mortgage documents you need!
Here’s what each of our services includes.
Document Retrieval For the Hawaii Mortgage Industry
With over a decade of experience, we’ve assembled a network of searchers that can find public records anywhere in Hawaii. From property liens to mortgages and deeds, we’ll track down what you need with lightning-fast speed and accuracy!
No matter the type of document, we can provide copies of what we find or certified documents. However, if photocopies aren’t necessary, we’ll just report on the information we discover during our search.
How Long Does Hawaii Document Retrieval Take?
Blue Streak Docs can complete most document requests in 24 hours. Although, if you need documents in a more remote part of Hawaii that we don’t go to often, it might take longer. We’ll keep you to date with the status of your request, and you can also contact our in-house staff with any questions!
Hawaii Deed Search
Tracking down a deed may seem quick, but why waste your time on it? Blue Streak Docs offers reliable deed searches in Hawaii. Working with our team of document retrieval experts ensures everything is handled for you – from start to finish!
All we need to start is the property’s address, the county property is located, or the name(s) of the grantor or grantee. Leave the rest to us!
Civil Court Case Record Retrieval in Hawaii
In addition to the above, Blue Streak Docs also specializes in retrieving documents from civil court case files.
Documents we’ve searched for in the past include:
- Bankruptcy cases
- Death certificates
- List of heirs
- Divorce cases
To access the documents you need, we ask that you provide us with names or a range of years to search for. If you have a specific case number, even better! Having this information will reduce the time it takes to find your documents.
How Long Does Civil Court Record Retrieval Take?
In many cases, we can turn around court documents in 48 hours. However, if the file needs to be pulled from storage, the process may take a bit longer. The case being in mediation or the judge’s chamber might also cause delays.
If this is the situation, our network of searchers will regularly check to see when your documents will be available.
Hawaii UCC Search
A UCC, or Uniform Commercial Code, is a set of rules used to govern business transactions. These filings are recorded at the county recorder’s office or the state level with Hawaii’s Secretary of State.
Blue Streak Docs provides UCC filing and lien searches in Hawaii. For a UCC search, all we need from you is the debtor’s name or the date of the transaction or recording. If possible, having the name of the secured party is also useful.
Our Hawaii UCC search report will include the following information:
- Name of the debtor
- Name of any secured parties
- Date of recording
- Date of transaction
- Continuances and terminations
Photocopies of this information are available per client request.
Professional Document Retrieval Services in Hawaii
In addition to our national document retrieval services, Blue Streak Docs offers industry-leading turnaround times and state-of-the-art tracking technology. Are you ready to see what we can do for you? Place your order today!Place your order!
B.T. (Honolulu, HI)
Hawaii Counties Served:
Hawaii - Economics
Pineapples, agricultural seeds, and sugarcane are the major agricultural products. Macadamia nuts, papayas, greenhouse vegetables, and coffee are also important. Other products include cattle and dairy products. Commercial fishing, especially tuna, is also significant. Tourism is, however, the leading source of income, and defense installations, including Pearl Harbor.
Hawaii - Facts & Figures
|Area:||6,450 sq mi (16,706 sq km)|
|Population:||1,211,537 (as of 2000), a 9.3% increase since the 1990 census|
|Statehood:||Aug 21, 1959 (50th state)|
|Highest Point:||Mauna Kea, 13,796 ft (4,208 m)|
|Lowest Point:||Sea Level|
|Motto:||Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono (The Life of the Land Is Perpetuated in Righteousness)|