Montana Document Retrieval Services

The team at Blue Streak Docs has spent years perfecting the document retrieval process. We've built up a team of document retrieval experts, set up advanced document tracking technology, and learned the ins and outs of local court systems.

If you're looking for document retrieval services in Montana, you can trust us to get the job done quickly and accurately.

While we can find just about anything you need, we specialize in deed searches, mortgage documents, and UCC searches.

Document Retrieval For The Montana Mortgage Industry

We can search through the public records in any of Montana's 56 counties. Whether you need to find a deed from Yellowstone county or an update on the property tax status of a home in Missoula county, our team will find it.

The most common real estate document retrieval requests we fulfill include:

  • Deeds
  • Open judgments or liens
  • Easements & restrictions
  • CC&R
  • Voluntary liens
  • And more!

Let us know exactly what you need upfront – we can provide photocopies of documents, court-certified documents, or just send a report on the information discovered.

How Long Does Document Retrieval in Montana Take?

Most mortgage industry document retrieval requests can be completed within 24 hours.

However, if you need a document from a more remote county in Montana that we don't visit often, it could take a bit longer. If that's the case for your order, our team will keep you updated every step of the way!

Montana Deed Search

We can find the deed for any residential property in Montana – warranty,  specialty deed,  quitclaim deed or any other type.

To start a deed search, we will need:

  • The name of the grantor or grantee
  • Approximate time of the transfer or sale of the property
  • The type of deed, if required

We will send you back a deed search report containing:

  • The name of the grantor or grantee
  • A legal description of the property
  • Date of transfer
  • Recording date
  • Copy of the deed, if requested

Civil Court Case Record Retrieval in Montana

While other document retrieval companies might consider this "off the beaten path", we excel in this area. We've retrieved tens of thousands of civil court case files for clients over the years.

Civil court documents we can retrieve include:

  • Final judgments
  • Divorce cases
  • Complaints
  • Pleadings
  • Answers
  • Wills
  • Lists of heirs
  • Foreclosures

All we need from you is a list of names related to the case and a range of years to search for. Also, if you have the case number, that's even better! We will be able to get your documents back to you as quickly as possible, since we won't have to search through years of data to find what you need.

How Long Does Civil Court Record Retrieval Take?

Most of the time, we can turn around requests for civil court records in 48 hours.

That said, there are a few scenarios that could impact this timeline:

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

If your request will take longer than the standard 48 hours, our team will keep you updated every step of the way! We use advanced online document tracking technology so you can always check in on the status of your request and reach out to us if you have any questions.

Montana UCC Search

Our document retrieval team will search through both county level and state level filings to uncover any UCCs you're looking for.

We will need one or more of the following from you to start a UCC search:

  • The name of the debtor
  • The name of the secured party (if possible)
  • Approximate date of the transaction or recording
  • The county to search.

Also, let us know if you'd like any continuances and terminations included in your search results. We can send over photocopies or full recording information of any UCC filings discovered depending on your specifications.

Industry-Leading Montana Document Retrieval Services

Let the document retrieval experts work on getting you everything you need. You won't have to worry about any more complex searches, taking time to visit local courthouses, or sorting through years of records to find what you're looking for.

If you're ready to experience the Blue Streak Docs difference, try us out today!

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Bluestreak has been essential to this firm’s bankruptcy practice. The bankruptcy trustees here require copies of all deeds, deeds of trust, judgment liens, and prior homestead deeds for each debtor. We are not a big enough firm to send runners to all of the various county and city courthouses to get these documents. Blue Streak gets them for us, reliably and in a timely manner.
L.G. (Billings, MT)

Montana Counties Served:

Beaverhead • Big Horn • Blaine • Broadwater • Butte Silver Bow • Carbon • Carter • Cascade • Chouteau • Custer • Daniels • Dawson • Deer Lodge • Fallon • Fergus • Flathead • Gallatin • Garfield • Glacier • Golden Valley • Granite • Hill • Jefferson • Judith Basin • Lake • Lewis & Clark • Liberty • Lincoln • Madison • McCone • Meagher • Mineral • Missoula • Musselshell • Park • Petroleum • Phillips • Pondera • Powder River • Powell • Prairie • Ravalli • Richland • Roosevelt • Rosebud • Sanders • Sheridan • Silver Bow • Stillwater • Sweet Grass • Teton • Toole • Treasure • Valley • Wheatland • Wibaux • Yellowstone

Montana - Economics

In and around Montana’s mountainous western region are the large mineral deposits for which the state is famous—copper, silver, gold, platinum, zinc, lead, and manganese. The eastern part of the state is noted for its petroleum and natural gas, and there are also vast subbituminous coal deposits, worked largely at the most extensive U.S. open-pit mines. Montana also mines vermiculite, chromite, tungsten, molybdenum, and palladium. Leading industries manufacture forest products, processed foods, and refined petroleum.

In Central and Eastern Montana the high grass of the Great Plains once nourished herds of buffalo and later sustained the cattle and sheep of huge ranches; much of the high grass is now gone, but the cattle and sheep remain. Periodic drought and severe weather have turned some farming communities into ghost towns, but agriculture, with the aid of irrigation, still provides the largest share of Montana’s income. Wheat is the most valuable farm item, with cattle also of primary importance. Other principal crops include barley, sugar beets, and hay.

Montana - Facts & Figures

Area:147,138 sq mi (381,087 sq km)
Population:902,195 (as of 2000), a 12.9% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Billings
Statehood:Nov 8, 1889 (41st state)
Highest Point:Granite Peak, 12,799 ft (3,904 m)
Lowest Point:Kootenai River, 1,800 ft (549 m)
Nickname:Treasure State
Motto:Oro y Plata (Gold and Silver)
Bird:Western Meadowlark
Tree:Ponderosa Pine
Abbreviation:Mont, MT

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