Nevada Document Retrieval Services
We provide document retrieval services throughout the state of Nevada!
While we specialize in finding deeds, civil court records, and UCC filings, we're able to retrieve any real estate-related document you need! Learn more here.
Document Retrieval For The Nevada Mortgage Industry
A lot of our clients are in the mortgage and legal industries, so we know how important reliable, affordable document retrieval services are!
We're able to search through the records in all of Nevada's 17 counties to find the real estate documents you need.
What exactly are we able to find? Pretty much anything!
A few examples include:
- Mortgage or property liens
- Lien releases
- And more!
We can send over photocopies of the documents, court-certified copies, or compile a report based on the information we found.
How Long Does Document Retrieval in Nevada Take?
We can turn around most Nevada document retrieval requests within 24 hours!
If your documents are from a property located in a remote county we don't visit often, it could take a bit longer. If that's the case, rest assured we'll keep you updated every step of the way!
Nevada Deed Search
We'll search the public records of any county or city within Nevada to find the property deed you're looking for.
To start a deed search for your Nevada property, we'll need:
- Name of the grantor or grantee of the deed
- Approximate time of the transfer or sale of the property
- The type of deed you're looking for if it's not a regular deed
- Warranty deed
- Quitclaim deed
- Special warranty deed
- Certificate of title
We'll send you a deed search report that includes the name of the grantor or grantee, a legal description of the specified property, the date of the transfer, the recording date, and a copy of the deed if you need it.
Nevada Civil Court Case Record Retrieval
Do you need documents related to civil court cases in the state of Nevada? We can get you whatever you need.
We can search for and retrieve documents related to:
- Divorce cases
- Lists of heirs
- Death certificates
- And more!
If you have a case number, that's all we'll need from you! And, we'll be able to turn around your request as fast as possible. If you don't have a case number, we'll need names related to your case and a range of years to search.
How Long Does Civil Court Case Record Retrieval Take in Nevada?
Most civil court case record requests can be searched for and retrieved within 48 hours. However, there are a few scenarios that make this process take longer: if the case is in a judge's chamber, mediation, or a file needs to be ordered from storage.
In the event your request will take longer than the standard 48 hours, we'll keep you up to date every step of the way! Our advanced document tracking technology ensures we know the status of your request throughout the entire process.
Nevada UCC Search
UCC can be filed at the county level or with Utah's Secretary of State.
To start a UCC search, we'll need the name of the debtor and the location of your property. We'll get started on your request the same day we receive it so you get results as fast as possible!
We'll send you a UCC search report that includes:
- Name of debtor
- Name of secured parties
- Date of transaction
- Date of recording
- Continuances and terminations (if requested)
- Photocopy (if requested)
Try Our Nevada Document Retrieval Services Today!
You can count on us to deliver quick turnaround and affordable document retrieval services. Whether you have one request or thousands, we can handle projects of any size with ease.
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Nevada - Economics
Nevada’s riches do not grow from its land; rather, almost incredible wealth lies below its surface. Although copper mining is now much less dominant than before, Nevada is the nation’s leading producer of gold, silver, and mercury. Petroleum, diatomite, and other minerals are also extracted. The state’s manufactures include gaming machines and products, aerospace equipment, lawn and garden irrigation devices, and seismic monitoring equipment. Warehousing and trucking are also significant Nevada industries.
Nevada’s economy, however, is overwhelmingly based on tourism, especially the gambling (legalized in 1931) and resort industries centered in Las Vegas and, to a lesser extent, Reno and Lake Tahoe. Gambling taxes are a primary source of state revenue. The service sector employs about half of Nevada’s workers. Liberal divorce laws made Reno “the divorce capital of the world” for many years, but similar laws enacted in other states ended this distinction. Much of Nevada (almost 80% of whose land is federally owned) is given over to military and related use. Nellis Air Force Base and the Nevada Test Site have been the scene of much nuclear and aircraft testing; Yucca Mountain is slated to be the primary depository for U.S. nuclear wastes.
Nevada - Facts & Figures
|Area:||110,540 sq mi (286,299 sq km)|
|Population:||1,998,257 (as of 2000), a 66.3% increase since the 1990 census|
|Largest City:||Las Vegas|
|Statehood:||Oct 31, 1864 (36th state)|
|Highest Point:||Boundary Peak, 13,143 ft (4,009 m)|
|Lowest Point:||Colorado River, 470 ft (143 m)|
|Motto:||All for Our Country|