Minnesota Document Retrieval Services

With over a decade of experience, we're proud to provide document retrieval services throughout Minnesota! Whether you have one request or thousands, we'll find the documents you need on-time and within budget.

There are three main types of document retrieval that we specialize in: deed searches, civil court documents, and UCC searches.

Document Retrieval For The Minnesota Mortgage Industry

We can search through public records in all of Minnesota's 87 counties! We'll find your missing documents, whether you're looking for a deed, mortgage, property lien, or lien release!

Our team of expert searchers is here to cater to your needs: looking for a court-certified document? Prefer a regular photocopy? Don't even need a copy and simply want the recording information sent over? We will send over everything based on your specifications.

How Long Does Minnesota Document Retrieval Take?

We can turn most document retrieval requests around within 24 hours. However, if you need documents from a remote county we don't visit often, this timeline could be extended.

Minnesota Deed Search

Minnesota deeds can either be filed at the county level or with the Secretary of State. You're probably looking for a conveyance document on a specific property so, if needed, we can also provide any relevant mortgages or releases.

To get started with your deed search, all we need from you is the name(s) of the grantor or grantee, the property's address, and the county the property is located in.

We'll send you back a deed search report that includes:

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

Minnesota Civil Court Case Document Retrieval

Need records from a civil court case in Minnesota? Trust our experts to find them!

Civil case files we've recovered include:

  • Divorce cases
  • Final judgments
  • Dispositions
  • List of heirs
  • Death certificates
  • Pleadings
  • And more!

To start your civil records search, we'll need a bit of information from you: send us the names of relevant parties and a range of years the case may have occurred in. If you have the actual case number, that's even better! It will drastically reduce the amount of time we spend searching for the records needed.

How Long Does it Take to Retrieve Civil Case Records in Minnesota?

Most civil court documents can be retrieved within 48 hours. That said, there are a few reasons it may take a bit longer, including if a file needs to be ordered from storage, if the case is in a judge's chamber, or if the case is in mediation. If your request ends up taking longer than expected, our team will stay on top of the status every step of the way and make sure you're always up-to-date!

Minnesota UCC Search

Uniform Commercial Codes, or UCCs, can be filed at both the county and state levels. We can search for UCC filings on any property within Minnesota!

To get started, provide us with one or more of the following:

  • Name of the debtor
  • Name of the secured party (if possible)
  •  Approximate date of transaction or recording date

If needed, we can provide any continuances and terminations of the UCC. We could also send over a copy of the documents discovered or send a report on the full recording information.

Minnesota Document Retrieval You Can Count On

We know how to find the documents you need as quickly as possible, while providing impeccable results and service. If you need document retrieval services in Minnesota (or anywhere else in the country), try Blue Streak Docs out today!

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Minnesota Counties Served:

Aitkin • Anoka • Becker • Beltrami • Benton • Big Stone • Blue Earth • Brown • Carlton • Carver • Cass • Chippewa • Chisago • Clay • Clearwater • Cook • Cottonwood • Crow Wing • Dakota • Dodge • Douglas • Faribault • Fillmore • Freeborn • Goodhue • Grant • Hennepin • Houston • Hubbard • Isanti • Itasca • Jackson • Kanabec • Kandiyohi • Kittson • Koochiching • Lac Qui Parle • Lake • Lake of the Woods • Le Sueur • Lincoln • Lyon • Mahnomen • Marshall • Martin • McLeod • Meeker • Mille Lacs • Morrison • Mower • Murray • Nicollet • Nobles • Norman • Olmsted • Otter Tail • Pennington • Pine • Pipestone • Polk • Pope • Ramsey • Red Lake • Redwood • Renville • Rice • Rock • Roseau • Scott • Sherburne • Sibley • St Louis • Stearns • Steele • Stevens • Swift • Todd • Traverse • Wabasha • Wadena • Waseca • Washington • Watonwan • Wilkin • Winona • Wright • Yellow Medicine

Minnesota - Economics

Minnesota is one of the nation’s largest producers of iron ore. Methods developed to use lower-grade ores such as taconite have kept production up in spite of the depletion of once rich high-grade deposits. Granite (from St. Cloud) and sand and gravel production are also among the largest in the country. Wheat, once paramount in agriculture, has been surpassed by corn, soybeans, and livestock. The state is also a leader in the production of creamery butter, dry milk, cheese, and sweet corn.

By the 1950s manufacturing rivaled agriculture as the major source of income in Minnesota. Major industries in the state produce processed foods, electronic equipment, machinery, paper products, chemicals, and stone, clay, and glass products. Minnesota pioneered the development of computers and other high-technology manufacturing. Printing and publishing are also important.

Minnesota - Facts & Figures

Area:84,068 sq mi (217,736 sq km)
Population:4,919,479 (as of 2000), a 12.4% increase since the 1990 census
Capital:St. Paul
Largest City:Minneapolis
Statehood:May 11, 1858 (32d state)
Highest Point:Eagle Mt., 2,310 ft (702 m)
Lowest Point:Lake Superior, 602 ft (184 m)
Nickname:North Star State
Motto:L'Etoile du Nord (The Star of the North)
Bird:Common Loon
Flower:Showy Lady's Slipper or Pink and White Lady's Slipper
Tree:Red Pine
Abbreviation:Minn, MN

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