Louisiana Document Retrieval Services

Need a document retrieved for residential property in Louisiana? We specialize in deed searches, civil court case files, and UCC searches.

Learn more about our Louisiana document retrieval services here!

Document Retrieval For The Louisiana Mortgage Industry

We can search through public records for any of Louisiana's 64 counties. We can find any document you need through our mortgage information services, including:

  • Deeds
  • Mortgages
  • Property liens
  • Assignments
  • Lien releases
  • And more!

Don't hesitate to ask about a specific type of document, even if you don't see it listed here. Chances are, our document retrieval experts can search public records and get back to you with the information you're looking for!

We can provide certified copies, photocopies, or a report summarizing the information from the documents.

How Long Does Louisiana Document Retrieval Take?

Most document retrieval requests can be completed within 24 hours, however, it could take longer if you need documents from a remote county.

Louisiana Deed Search

We've built up a large document retrieval infrastructure so we can complete deed searches quickly and efficiently.

Simply provide us with the name of the grantor or grantee, the property's address, and the county the property is located in and we'll get to work immediately!

Once our deed search is complete, we'll send you a report that includes:

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

Civil Court Case Document Retrieval in Louisiana

We can retrieve civil court case files from Louisiana's Probate Court records. A lot of document retrieval companies claim they're able to do this, however, odds are they've only done it a handful of times. You can trust our experts to find the court documents you need — we've retrieved tens of thousands of civil court records for our clients over the years.

Types of civil court case files we've recovered include:

  • Divorce cases
  • Foreclosure cases
  • Final judgments
  • Notice of default
  • Notices
  • Pleadings
  • And more!

All we need from you to get started are names and a range of years. If you happen to have a case number, even better! This helps the search move much faster, as we won't have to search through years of data since we can identify records based on the case number.

How Long Does Civil Court Document Retrieval Take?

We can usually turn around these requests within 48 hours. However, it could take longer if the case is in mediation, in the judge's chamber, or we need to order documents from storage.

Louisiana UCC Search

UCCs can be filed at both the state and county levels. To get started with a UCC search, we'll need the name of the debtor and the location of the property. Once we have all the information we need from you, our searchers will get started the same day, so turnaround time is minimized!

Our UCC search results will include:

  • Name of debtor
  • Names of secured parties
  • Date of transaction
  • Date of recording
  • Photocopy (if requested)
  • Continuances and terminations (if needed)

Quick, Reliable Document Retrieval in Louisiana

If you're looking for a document retrieval company that gets your results as quickly as possible, double checks each report for accuracy, keeps you updated on the status of your request, and is always available for questions, you'll love our services!

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Louisiana Counties Served:

Acadia • Allen • Ascension • Assumption • Avoyelles • Beauregard • Bienville • Bossier • Caddo • Calcasieu • Caldwell • Cameron • Catahoula • Claiborne • Concordia • DeSoto • East Baton Rouge • East Carroll • East Feliciana • Evangeline • Franklin • Grant • Grant Parish • Iberia • Iberville • Jackson • Jefferson • Jefferson Davis • Lafayette • Lafourche • LaSalle • Lincoln • Livingston • Madison • Morehouse • Natchitoches • Orleans • Ouachita • Plaquemines • Pointe Coupee • Rapides • Red River • Richland • Sabine • St Bernard • St Charles • St Helena • St James • St John the Baptist • St Landry • St Martin • St Mary Parish • St Tammany(Covington) • St Tammany(Slidell) • Tangipahoa • Tensas • Terrebonne • Union • Vermilion • Vernon • Washington • Webster • West Baton Rouge • West Carroll • West Feliciana • Winn

Louisiana - Economics

Louisiana’s climate (subtropical in the south and temperate in the north) and rich alluvial soil make the state one of the nation’s leading producers of sweet potatoes, rice, and sugarcane. Other major commodities are soybeans, cotton, and dairy products, and strawberries, corn, hay, pecans, and truck vegetables are produced in quantity. Fishing is a major industry; shrimp, menhaden, and oysters are principal catches. Louisiana is a leading fur-trapping state; its marshes (7,409 sq mi/19,189 sq km of the state’s area is underwater) supply most of the country’s muskrat furs. Pelts are also obtained from mink, nutria, coypus, opossums, otter, and raccoon.

The state has great mineral wealth. It leads the nation in the production of salt and sulfur, and it ranks high in the production of crude petroleum (of which many deposits are offshore), natural gas, and natural-gas liquids. Timber is plentiful; forests cover almost 50% of the land area. The state rapidly industrialized in the 1960s and 70s and has giant oil refineries, petrochemical plants, foundries, and lumber and paper mills. Other industries produce foods, transportation equipment, and electronic equipment. Four of the ten busiest U.S. ports—New Orleans, South Louisiana, Baton Rouge, and Plaquemines—line the lower Mississippi River.

Baton Rouge is the capital and the second largest city. Other major cities are Shreveport, Lake Charles, Kenner, and Lafayette.

Louisiana - Facts & Figures

Area:48,523 sq mi (125,675 sq km)
Population:4,468,976 (as of 2000), a 5.9% increase since the 1990 census
Capital:Baton Rouge
Largest City:New Orleans
Statehood:Apr 30, 1812 (18th state)
Highest Point:Driskill Mt., 535 ft (163 m)
Lowest Point:New Orleans, 5 ft (2 m) below sea level
Nickname:Pelican State
Motto:Union, Justice and Confidence
Bird:Eastern Brown Pelican
Abbreviation:La, LA

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