New York Document Retrieval Services Company

Blue Streak Docs is a trusted New York document retrieval service provider. We streamlined the document search and retrieval process to provide clients with industry-leading turnaround times, accuracy, and document-tracking technology.

Professional Document Retrieval for the New York Mortgage Industry

We understand that document retrieval is more important than ever for the mortgage industry. This is why we're dedicated to getting you the documents you need from all of New York's 62 counties. We'll search through public courthouse records in any New York county, whether you need records from Queens, Bronx, New York, or Westchester county.

We can find any New York documents you need, including:

  • Deeds
  • Mortgages
  • Property liens
  • Assignments
  • Lien releases

If needed, we can retrieve photocopies or court-certified copies of each document. Don't need an actual copy? That's fine, too -- we'll send over a report of the information we find.

New York Deed Search

Our New York deed search services also include mortgages and releases. All we need from you is the name(s) of the grantor or grantee, the property's address, and the county in New York where the property is located. Then, we'll have our local network of professional searchers comb through property records to find exactly what you need.

New York Civil Court Document Retrieval

We search through county-level civil court case records, which are usually located in probate court records, to find documents related to:

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

The information we need from you is any relevant names, a date range for the record or if you have it, a specific case number. Having the case number dramatically reduces the time it takes us to find the court documents.

How Long Does Court Document Retrieval Take in New York?

In general, we can turn around New York court document record requests within 48 hours. It could take longer if the file needs to be retrieved from storage, if the case is in mediation, or if the case is in a judge's chamber. If any of the above is the case for the documents you need, our searchers keep a close eye on the status of each request.

New York UCC Filing & Lien Search

Uniform Commercial Codes (UCCs) can be filed at the county recorder’s office or at the state level with the New York Secretary of State. Whether you need us to search for one UCC filing or thousands, our experienced network of searchers gets to work quickly, downloading findings into our industry-leading reporting software.

We can search for UCC filings and liens and report back to you on:

  • Names of any secured parties
  • Name of the debtor
  • Date of transaction
  • Date of recording
  • Terminations
  • Continuances

We'll provide daily and weekly updates on any open UCC searches and our in-house research staff is always available for any questions you have.

Interested in a UCC search? Send us the name of the debtor, the name of the secured party (if you have it), and an estimated date of the transaction or recording date so we can get started!

The results we provide you with can always be tailored to meet your specific needs. You can choose between copies of each document, or just let us report on the information we find.

Fast, Accurate New York Document Retrieval Services

Whether you need a deed search, UCC search, or court record retrieval, we can help! We've offered nationwide document retrieval services for over ten years and have truly perfected the process. 

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I like the people I’ve worked with. They are knowledgeable and have a good understanding of what we want. Also, they’re great at rolling with the punches when I have had to make changes to our search requests.
M.M. (New York, NY)

New York Counties Served:

Albany • Allegany • Bronx • Broome • Cattaraugus • Cayuga • Chautauqua • Chemung • Chenango • Clinton • Columbia • Cortland • Delaware • Dutchess • Erie • Essex • Franklin • Fulton • Genesee • Greene • Hamilton • Herkimer • Jefferson • Kings • Lewis • Livingston • Madison • Monroe • Montgomery • Nassau • New York • Niagara • Oneida • Onondaga • Ontario • Orange • Orleans • Oswego • Otsego • Putnam • Queens • Rensselaer • Richmond • Rockland • Saratoga • Schenectady • Schoharie • Schuyler • Seneca • St Lawrence • Steuben • Suffolk • Sullivan • Tioga • Tompkins • Ulster • Warren • Washington • Wayne • Westchester • Wyoming • Yates

New York - Economics

The state has a complex system of railroads, air routes, and modern highways, notably the New York State Thruway. The New York State Canal System, an improvement of the old Erie Canal, is now mainly used for recreational travel; the Hudson and some other rivers still carry freight. Ocean shipping is handled by the port of New York City and, to a much lesser extent, by Buffalo. Hydroelectricity for N New York is produced by the St. Lawrence power project and by the Niagara power project, which began producing in 1961.

In spite of significant decline, New York has retained some important manufacturing industries, and, by virtue of New York City, it has strengthened its position as a commercial and financial leader. Although the largest percentage of the state’s jobs lie in the service sector, its manufactures are extremely diverse and include printed materials, apparel, food products, machinery, chemicals, paper, electrical equipment (notably at Schenectady), computer equipment (Poughkeepsie), optical instruments and cameras (Rochester), sporting goods, and transportation equipment.

Printing and publishing, mass communications, advertising, and entertainment are among New York City’s notable industries. Long Island has aircraft plants (although these have declined sharply since the 1970s) and Brookhaven National Laboratory, a research center. Many corporate headquarters and research facilities have relocated in Westchester co., N of New York City.

New York - Facts & Figures

Area:49,576 sq mi (128,402 sq km)
Population:18,976,457 (as of 2000), a 5.5% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:New York City
Statehood:July 26, 1788 (11th of the original 13 states to ratify the Constitution)
Highest Point:Mt. Marcy, 5,344 ft (1,630 m)
Lowest Point:Sea Level
Nickname:Empire State
Motto:Excelsior [Ever Upward]
Tree:sugar maple
Abbreviation:N.Y., NY

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