North Dakota Document Retrieval Services

Blue Streak Docs provides document retrieval services with industry-leading turnaround time, top-notch document tracking technology, and careful attention to detail.

You can trust us with all of your North Dakota document retrieval needs.

Document Retrieval For The North Dakota Mortgage Industry

We can conduct searches in all of North Dakota's 53 counties! We've created a series of real estate document retrieval services to cover virtually every need mortgage industry professionals have.

Our most commonly used real estate document retrieval services include:

  • Deed searches
  • Mortgages
  • Assignments
  • Property tax status
  • Judgment search
  • CC&Rs
  • Lien positions

We're here to cater to your exact specifications – per request, we will provide photocopies, certified documents, or a typed report of the recording information.

North Dakota Deed Search

We offer the most reliable deed search services in North Dakota! We'll search through the public records of the county, city, or town the specified property is located in. Our vast network of document retrieval experts ensures we can get the job done quickly and accurately.

Here's what we need from you:

  • The name(s) of the grantor or grantee
  • The property's address
  • Approximate time of the transfer or sale of the property

We will send you back a deed search report containing:

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

Civil Case Search in North Dakota

We've provided civil case search services for years. Our vendor network knows the ins and outs of North Dakota's local court systems, making their job as efficient as possible.

Examples of civil court case files we retrieve include:

  • Divorce cases
  • Foreclosures
  • Notices
  • Exhibits
  • Final judgments
  • Answers
  • Lists of heirs
  • And more!

All we need from you is a range of years to search and the names of anyone associated with the case. Also, if you have the case number, that's even better! We'll be able to get your results to you much faster.

How Long Does Civil Court Document Retrieval in North Dakota Take?

Most requests for civil court documents are completed within 48 hours.

That said, if your case is in mediation, in a judge's chamber, or a file needs to be ordered from storage, it could take a bit longer. You can rest assured knowing our team will keep you posted every step of the way – even providing daily or weekly status updates as needed!

North Dakota UCC Search

Uniform Commercial Codes – or UCCs – can be filed at both the county level and the state level. Whether you need one UCC search or thousands, we can get everything back to you on time and within budget.

To start a UCC filings search, we will need one or more of the following:

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

Let us know if you'd like any continuances and terminations of the UCC to be included – we can find those, too!

Unparalleled Document Retrieval in North Dakota

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North Dakota Counties Served:

Adams • Barnes • Benson • Billings • Bottineau • Bowman • Burke • Burleigh • Cass • Cavalier • Dickey • Divide • Dunn • Eddy • Emmons • Foster • Golden Valley • Grand Forks • Grant • Griggs • Hettinger • Kidder • LaMoure • Logan • McHenry • McIntosh • McKenzie • McLean • Mercer • Morton • Mountrail • Nelson • Oliver • Pembina • Pierce • Ramsey • Ransom • Renville • Richland • Rolette • Sargent • Sheridan • Sioux • Slope • Stark • Steele • Stutsman • Towner • Traill • Walsh • Ward • Wells • Williams

North Dakota - Economics

Despite mineral production and some manufacturing, agriculture continues to be North Dakota’s principal pursuit, and the processing of grain, meat, and dairy products is vital to such cities as Fargo, Grand Forks, Minot, and Bismarck. The Missouri and Red rivers, once the major transportation routes, are more important now for their irrigation potential. Several dams have been built, notably Garrison Dam, and a number of federal reclamation projects have been completed as part of the Missouri River basin project. There has also been reforestation. With such attractions as the Badlands, the International Peace Garden on the Canadian border, and recreational facilities provided by reservoirs (resulting from dam building in the 1950s), tourism has become North Dakota’s third-ranking source of income, behind agriculture and mineral production.

North Dakota - Facts & Figures

Area:70,665 sq mi (183,022 sq km)
Population:642,200 (as of 2000), a 0.5% increase from 1990 pop
Largest City:Fargo
Statehood:Nov 2, 1889 (39th state), simultaneously with South Dakota
Highest Point:White Butte, 3,506 ft (1,069 m)
Lowest Point:Red River, 750 ft (229 m)
Nickname:Sioux State, Flickertail State
Motto:Liberty and Union, Now and Forever, One and Inseparable
Bird:Western Meadowlark
Flower:Wild Prairie Rose
Tree:American Elm
Abbreviation:N.Dak, ND

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