Kentucky Document Retrieval Services

Blue Streak Docs is fully staffed with document retrieval experts. While we're happy to take on custom projects, we specialize in deed searches, civil court case record retrieval, and UCC searches.

Learn more about our Kentucky document retrieval services here!

Document Retrieval For The Kentucky Mortgage Industry

Do you work in the mortgage industry and are looking for mortgage documents on residential property in Kentucky? Look no further than Blue Streak Docs! Whether you have one document request or thousands, we can retrieve documents from all of Kentucky's 120 counties.

We'll find your missing documents, including:

  • Deeds
  • Mortgages
  • Property liens
  • Assignments
  • Assignment Verification Report (AVR)
  • And more!

Let us know exactly what you need so we can deliver the perfect final product. We can send over photocopies, court-certified copies, or put together a report detailing the information from said documents.

How Long Does Kentucky Document Retrieval Take?

Not that long! We can finish most mortgage-related document retrieval requests within 24 hours. However, some remote counties might need additional time.

Kentucky Deed Search

Looking for a deed on residential property in Kentucky? We've got you covered!

Provide us with the name of the grantor or grantee and the approximate time of the transfer/sale of the designated property. If you need a special type of deed, such as a warranty deed, quitclaim deed, or special warranty deed, let us know!

We'll conduct a deed search and send back a report that contains:

  • Name of the grantor/grantee
  • Legal description of the property
  • Date of transfer
  • Recording date
  • Copy of the deed (if requested)

Civil Court Case Record Retrieval in Kentucky

Our team of document retrieval experts will comb through Kentucky's Probate Court records to find the case files you need.

We've retrieved tens of thousands of civil court documents for our clients over the years, and we know exactly how to get the information you need. Not all document retrieval companies have built up the advanced infrastructure and tracking technology we created at Blue Streak Docs!

A few types of civil court case files we've retrieved include:

  • Foreclosures
  • Divorce cases
  • Final judgments
  • Notices
  • And more!

If you have a case number, let us know! This greatly reduces the amount of time it takes us to find the documents you need. If you don't have a case number, send us any relevant names and a range of years to search through.

How Long Does Civil Court Case Record Retrieval Take?

We can turn around most requests in just 48 hours. However, there are a few factors that could affect this timeline: if the case is in mediation, in the judge's chamber, or a file needs to be ordered from storage. If your request will take longer than 48 hours, our retrieval team will stay on top of the status until it's completed, providing you with updates every step of the way!

Kentucky UCC Search

UCC searches require checking both state and county level filings. Provide us with the name of the debtor and location so our retrieval department can get started right away!

When the UCC search is completed, we'll send you a report including:

  • Name of debtor
  • Names of any secured parties
  • Date of transaction
  • Date of recording
  • Photocopy (if requested)

If needed, we can also provide any continuances and terminations of the UCC. We're also able to include either copies of the actual documents or full recording information.

Kentucky Document Retrieval

Whether you need a deed for a single residential property or mortgages on hundreds, we'll get you everything on time and within budget!

We have years of experience researching county indexes for documents nationwide, and we know how to handle the courthouse personnel and researchers we deal with on a daily basis. This helps us pass on our fast, accurate service to all of our clients.

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Kentucky Counties Served:

Adair • Allen • Anderson • Ballard • Barren • Bath • Bell • Boone • Bourbon • Boyd • Boyle • Bracken • Breathitt • Breckinridge • Bullitt • Butler • Caldwell • Calloway • Campbell • Carlisle • Carroll • Carter • Casey • Christian • Clark • Clay • Clinton • Crittenden • Cumberland • Daviess • Edmonson • Elliott • Estill • Fayette • Fleming • Floyd • Franklin • Fulton • Gallatin • Garrard • Grant • Graves • Grayson • Green • Greenup • Hancock • Hardin • Harlan • Harrison • Hart • Henderson • Henry • Hickman • Hopkins • Jackson • Jefferson • Jessamine • Johnson • Kenton • Knott • Knox • Larue • Laurel • Lawrence • Lee • Leslie • Letcher • Lewis • Lincoln • Livingston • Logan • Lyon • Madison • Magoffin • Marion • Marshall • Martin • Mason • McCracken • McCreary • McLean • Meade • Menifee • Mercer • Metcalfe • Monroe • Montgomery • Morgan • Muhlenberg • Nelson • Nicholas • Ohio • Oldham • Owen • Owsley • Pendleton • Perry • Pike • Powell • Pulaski • Robertson • Rockcastle • Rowan • Russell • Scott • Shelby • Simpson • Spencer • Taylor • Todd • Trigg • Trimble • Union • Warren • Washington • Wayne • Webster • Whitley • Wolfe • Woodforda

Kentucky - Economics

Kentucky is noted for the distilling of Bourbon whiskey and for the breeding of thoroughbred racehorses. Tobacco, in which Kentucky is second only to North Carolina among U.S. producers, has long been the state’s chief crop, and it is also its chief farm product, followed by horses and mules, cattle, and corn. Dairy goods, hay, and soybeans are also important.

Kentucky derives the greatest share of its income, however, from industry. Even Lexington, one of the world’s largest loose-leaf tobacco markets, is industrialized. The state’s chief manufactures include electrical equipment, food products, automobiles, nonelectrical machinery, chemicals, and apparel. Printing and publishing as well as tourism have become important industries. Kentucky is also one of the major U.S. producers of coal, the state’s most valuable mineral; stone, petroleum, and natural gas are also extracted.

Kentucky - Facts & Figures

Area:40,395 sq mi (104,623 sq km)
Population:4,041,769 (2000), a 9.7% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Louisville
Statehood:June 1, 1792 (15th state)
Highest Point:Black Mt., 4,145 ft (1,264 m)
Lowest Point:Mississippi River, 257 ft (78 m)
Nickname:Bluegrass State
Motto:United We Stand, Divided We Fall
Tree:Kentucky Coffee Tree
Abbreviation:Ky, KY

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