Mississippi Document Retrieval Services

Blue Streak Docs provides expert document retrieval services throughout the state of Mississippi.

While we can find pretty much anything you need, we specialize in a few types of document retrieval: deed searches, civil court case records, and UCC searches.

Document Retrieval For The Mississippi Mortgage Industry

Many of our clients are mortgage industry professionals, so we know how to find exactly what you need on time and within budget. Whether you need photocopies, court-certified copies, or simply want a report on all the information we discovered, we'll deliver!

We can search for mortgage-related documents in any of Missouri's 114 counties, including:

  • Deeds
  • Mortgage or property liens
  • Assignments
  • Lien releases
  • Court-certified documents
  • And more!

How Long Does Mississippi Document Retrieval Take?

Most document retrieval requests can be completed within 24 hours. However, some remote counties might require more time.

Mississippi Deed Search

Need a deed for property in Mississippi? We perform the most reliable deed search you'll find!

To start a deed search, we'll need you to provide us with:

  • The name of the grantor or grantee
  • Approximate time of the transfer or sale
  • The type of deed, such as a warranty deed, quitclaim deed, special warranty deed, or certificate of title

Civil Court Case Record Retrieval in Mississippi

This kind of document retrieval involves searching through civil court case records to find the missing documents you need. Most of the time they're located in probate courts, however, certain documents can be more challenging to find.

Court case files we've retrieved for clients include:

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

All we need from you to get started on a civil case search are the names related to the case and a range of years to search. If you have the actual case number, that's all we need! Plus, the search and retrieval process will be a lot faster.

How Long Does Civil Court Case Retrieval in Mississippi Take?

Most civil court case record requests can be completed within 48 hours.

However, there are a few circumstances that could make it take longer, including:

  • If a file needs to be ordered from storage
  • If the case is in mediation
  • If the case is in a judge's chamber

Mississippi UCC Search

UCCs are filed at the county level or state level, with Mississippi's Secretary of State. If you need a UCC search in Mississippi, simply provide us with the name of the debtor, the name of the secured party, and the estimated date of the transaction or recording.

Let us know exactly what you need – we can also provide continuances and terminations of the UCC if needed.

Expert Document Retrieval Services in Mississippi

If you need document retrieval for any residential property within the state of Mississippi, contact us today! We provide fast, accurate document retrieval at an affordable price.

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Mississippi Counties Served:

Adams • Alcorn • Amite • Attala • Benton • Bolivar • Calhoun • Caroll • Chickasaw • Choctaw • Claiborne • Clarke • Clay • Coahoma • Copia • Covington • DeSoto • Forrest • Franklin • George • Greene • Grenada • Hancock • Harrison • Hinds – Raymond • Hinds-Jackson • Holmes • Humphreys • Issaquena • Itawamba • Jackson • Jasper • Jefferson • Jefferson Davis • Jones • Kemper • Lafayette • Lamar • Lauderdale • Lawrence • Leake • Lee • Leflore • Lincoln • Lowndes • Madison • Marion • Marshall • Monroe • Montgomery • Neshoba • Newton • Noxubee • Oktibbeha • Panola • Pearl River • Perry • Pike • Pontotoc • Prentiss • Quitman • Rankin • Scott • Sharkey • Simpson • Smith • Stone • Sunflower • Tallahatchie • Tate • Tippah • Tishomingo • Tunica • Union • Walthall • Warren • Washington • Wayne • Webster • Wilkinson • Winston • Yalobusha • Yazoo

Mississippi - Economics

Mississippi is traditionally one of the more rural states in the Union; not until 1965 did manufacturing take over as the leading revenue-producing sector of its economy. In 2000, Mississippi ranked third in the nation in the production of cotton, but soil erosion resulting from overcultivation and the destruction caused by the boll weevil have led to the increased agricultural diversification. The other most important crops are rice and soybeans. Today broiler chicken production, aquaculture (chiefly catfish raising), and dairying are increasingly important. The state’s most valuable mineral resources, petroleum and natural gas, have been developed only since the 1930s.

Industry has grown rapidly with the development of oil resources and has been helped by the Tennessee Valley Authority and by a state program to balance agriculture with industry, under which many communities have subsidized and attracted new industries. Revenue from industrial products, including chemicals, plastics, foods, and wood products, have exceeded those from agriculture in recent years. On the Gulf coast there is a profitable fishing and seafood processing industry, and gambling is important along the Gulf Coast and in long impoversihed Tunica County, in the northwest. There are military air facilities at Columbus, Biloxi, and Meridian, as well as the Stennis Space Flight Center at Bay St. Louis.

Mississippi - Facts & Figures

Area:47,716 sq mi (123,584 sq km)
Population:2,844,658 (as of 2000), a 10.5% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Jackson
Statehood:Dec 10, 1817 (20th state)
Highest Point:Woodall Mt., 806 ft (246 m)
Lowest Point:Sea Level
Nickname:Magnolia State
Motto:Virtute et Armis (By Valor and Arms)
Abbreviation:Miss, MS

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