Oregon Document Retrieval Services
Blue Streak Docs provides unparalleled document retrieval services in Oregon.
How? We've built an extensive network of document retrieval experts throughout the state, we provide advanced document tracking with daily (or weekly) status reports, and our staff is always available for any questions you might have throughout the process.
While we can find virtually any document you need, we specialize in a few services: deed searches, civil court case retrieval, and UCC searches.
Document Retrieval For The Oregon Mortgage Industry
We can search through the public records in any of Oregon's 36 counties to find the real estate documents you need!
We can find documents including:
- Property liens
- Lien releases
- And more!
Whether you need court-certified documents, photocopies, or just want a brief report on the information discovered, our team of searchers will provide exactly what you need.
How Long Does Document Retrieval in Oregon Take?
Not long at all! We turn around most requests within 24 hours. It only takes a bit longer if you need documents from a remote county.
Oregon Deed Search
You can trust our document retrieval experts to find deeds for any residential property in Oregon! Whether you're looking for a warranty deed, quitclaim deed, special warranty deed, or a certificate of title, we'll find the documents you're looking for.
We'll send you a deed search report, which includes:
- Name of the grantor/grantee
- Legal description of the specified property
- Date of transfer
- Recording date
- Copy of the deed, if requested
Civil Court Case Record Retrieval in Oregon
We've spent years retrieving tens of thousands of civil court case files throughout the U.S. and our document retrieval team has extensive experience dealing with courthouse personnel for civil court record requests.
We can obtain records related to cases such as:
- Final judgments
- Death certificates
- And more
In order for your team to get started, just provide us with the names involved in the court case and a range of years to search. If you have a case file, we'll be able to find your records a lot faster!
How Long Does it Take to Retrieve Civil Court Case Files in Oregon?
Most requests can be turned around within 48 hours. However, if a case is in mediation, the judge's chamber, or a file needs to be ordered from storage, it could take longer. Rest assured, if your request takes longer than expected, we will keep you informed with daily or weekly status reports!
Oregon UCC Search
Need to find a UCC filed in Oregon? Our team of researchers are pros at this type of document retrieval!
All we need from you is the name of the location and the name of the debtor. Then, our team will get started the exact same day so you can get the documents you need as quickly as possible.
We will send over a UCC search report that includes:
- Name of debtor
- Names of any secured parties
- Date of transaction
- Date of recording
- Photocopy (if requested)
We can provide the full recording information or copies of each document. If you need any additional information, such as continuances and terminations of the UCC, we can include that in the report, too!
Unparalleled Document Retrieval in Oregon
We have unmatched capabilities at retrieving any kind of document as quickly (and efficiently!) as possible. Thanks to our robust network of document retrieval experts, document tracking technology, and a customer support team that's always available, Blue Streak Docs is able to offer top-notch document retrieval services.
Try us out to experience the Blue Streak Docs difference for yourself!
C.L. (Portland, OR)
Oregon Counties Served:
Oregon - Economics
Oregon’s major sources of farm income are greenhouse products, wheat, cattle (huge herds graze on the plateaus E of the Cascades), and dairy items. Hay, wheat, pears, and onions are important, and the state is one of the nation’s leading producers of snap beans, peppermint, sweet cherries (orchards are particularly numerous in the N Willamette Valley), broccoli, and strawberries. Oregon has developed an important and growing wine industry since 1980.
The state’s 30.7 million acres (12.4 million hectares) of rich forestland (almost half the state) comprise the country’s greatest reserves of standing timber; huge areas have been set aside for conservation. Wood processing was long the state’s major industry; Douglas fir predominates in the Cascades and western pine in the eastern regions. Since 1991 many areas have been closed to logging in order to protect endangered wildlife. Nevertheless, Oregon has retained its title as the nation’s foremost lumber state, producing more than 5 billion board feet a year. Other major products are food, paper and paper items, machinery, and fabricated metals. Printing and publishing are important businesses. In recent decades Oregon (now sometimes called “Silicon Forest”) has become home to many computer and electronic companies; growth in this sector has offset job losses in the timber industry.
Oregon - Facts & Figures
|Area:||96,981 sq mi (251,181 sq km)|
|Population:||3,421,399 (as of 2000), a 20.4% increase since the 1990 census|
|Statehood:||Feb 14, 1859 (33d state)|
|Highest Point:||Mt. Hood, 11,239 ft (3,428 m)|
|Lowest Point:||Sea Level|