South Carolina Document Retrieval Services
Blue Streak Docs provides document retrieval services in South Carolina. We're proud to offer unparalleled services, with lightning-fast speed and accuracy that's difficult to find with other document retrieval companies.
While we can find any documents you need, we specialize in real estate document retrieval, deed searches, court case document retrieval, and UCC searches.
Document Retrieval For The South Carolina Mortgage Industry
We can search through the records in any of South Carolina's 46 counties to find the real estate documents you need!
With our mortgage information services, we can find:
- Mortgage or property liens
- Lien releases
- And more!
We cater our services to meet your needs. Let us know if you need court-certified copies, photocopies, or prefer for us to provide a report detailing all the information we found during our search when copies aren't required.
How Long Does South Carolina Document Retrieval Take?
Retrieving documents in South Carolina usually only takes about 24 hours. However, this timeline could be delayed if you need documents from a remote county our abstractors don't visit often.
South Carolina Deed Search
Deed searches prove property ownership over a certain time period. If you need a deed from South Carolina, simply provide us with the name(s) of the grantor or grantee, the property's address, and an approximate time of transfer or sale.
Then, we'll get to work and send you back a report with our findings! The report includes the name of the grantor/grantee, legal description of the property, date of transfer or recording, and a copy of the deed if you need it.
Civil Court Case Retrieval in South Carolina
A lot of document retrieval companies will tell you they know how to retrieve civil court documents, but the truth is they're probably only done it a few times. At Blue Streak Docs, we've retrieved tens of thousands of civil court records for our clients — we know how to work the county courthouses and get your records as fast as possible.
We can retrieve court records related to:
- Death certificates
- List of heirs
- Divorce cases
Send us any relevant names, a range of years to search, or the specific case number if you have one.
How Long Does Civil Court Case Record Retrieval Take?
We can find and retrieve most court documents within 48 hours. There are a few reasons it could take longer, though: if the case is in mediation, in the judge's chamber, or needs to be ordered from storage, the timeline will stretch out a bit longer. If that's the case for you, our searches will stay up to date on the status of your request and let you know every step of the way!
South Carolina UCC Search
UCCs can be filed at the county level or the state level with South Carolina's Secretary of State. We can search for UCC liens filed against specific parties or debtors. We'll send you a UCC search report that includes:
- Name of debtor
- Name of any secured parties
- Date of transaction
- Date of recording
- Continuances and terminations
- Photocopy, if requested
For our team to get started with a UCC search, you'll need to provide us with at least one of the following: the name of the debtor, the name of the secured party, or the estimated date of the transaction or recording.
Try Our South Carolina Document Retrieval Services Today!
Try us out to experience the Blue Streak Docs difference, which includes industry-leading turnaround time, advanced document-tracking technology, and strong attention to detail. We have over a decade of experience procuring important documents for our clients!
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T.D. (Columbia, SC)
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South Carolina - Economics
South Carolina’s manufacturing industries have historically depended on the state’s agricultural products as well as on water power. For example, the huge textile and clothing industries, centered in the Piedmont, are based on that region’s cotton crop; lumbering and related enterprises (such as the manufacture of pulp and paper) rely on the c.12.5 million acres (5 million hectares) of forestland that cover the state—the longleaf and loblolly pine are prevalent. Other leading manufactures are chemicals, machinery, and automobiles. South Carolina’s mineral resources have been of minor importance in the state’s economy; except for some gold, most are nonmetallic—cement, stone, clays, and sand and gravel.
In agriculture, tobacco and soybeans now rival cotton as South Carolina’s chief crops. Broiler chickens and cattle are economically important, and peanuts, pecans, sweet potatoes, and peaches are grown in abundance. Fishing is a major commercial enterprise; the chief catches are blue crabs and shrimp. Military bases and nuclear facilities are important to the economy, and the tourist industry today ranks as the state’s chief source of income.
South Carolina - Facts & Figures
|Area:||31,055 sq mi (80,432 sq km)|
|Population:||4,012,012 (as of 2000), a 15.1% increase since the 1990 census|
|Statehood:||May 23, 1788 (8th of the original 13 states to ratify the Constitution)|
|Highest Point:||Sassafras Mt., 3,560 ft (1,086 m)|
|Lowest Point:||Sea Level|
|Motto:||Dum Spiro Spero (While I Breathe, I Hope) and Animis Opibusque Parati (Prepared in Mind and Resources)|