Tennessee Document Retrieval Services

At Blue Streak Docs, we specialize in document retrieval. We’ve developed a system capable of retrieving documents accurately and quickly, allowing our document retrieval experts to recover documents from every single county in Tennessee.

From deed searches to court case document retrieval and UCC searches, here’s what our document retrieval services include.

Document Retrieval For The Tennessee Mortgage Industry

Need access to county records? If you’re a mortgage industry professional, we can search all 95 of Tennessee’s counties to find what you require. From deeds in Shelby County to lien releases in Fayette County, whatever you need ‒ we’ve got it covered!

We’ll search through public records for any missing documents, including:

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

We can provide a simple, easy-to-read summary of our findings including pertinent pages, or the entire document. We can also supply photocopies or certified copies of retrieved documents as needed.

How Long Do Document Retrieval Services Take in Tennessee?

In general, document requests are completed and returned within 24 hours. If records are needed from a more rural county, however, the process may take longer.

Tennessee Deed Search

As part of our document retrieval services, we provide deed searches throughout Tennessee. All we’ll need from you is the name(s) of the grantor/grantee, the property’s address, and the county it’s located in. These details allow us to search for deeds, mortgages, or releases. Once processed, we’ll send you a detailed deed search report with any information we find.

Document Retrieval For Civil Matters In The State Of Tennessee

Trying to locate court documents from any of Tennessee's courthouses? Blue Streak Docs will find what you need, including:

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

To proceed with the civil case search, we’ll need specific names, a range of years to search, or a case number. (Providing us with a case number will reduce the amount of time it’ll take for us to retrieve your documents!)

How Long Does it Take to Retrieve Court Documents in Tennessee?

Most court documents can be retrieved within 48 hours, however, this process may take longer if the case is mediation or the judge's chamber. Ordering a file from storage can also extend this period. With Blue Streak Docs, you can rest assured we’ll update you with the status of each request. That way, you’ll know where your documents are throughout the process.

Tennessee UCC Search

Blue Streak Docs performs UCC searches at both state and county levels. Our searchers will notify you if the property in question has liens, termination, or continuations.

With our network of experienced searchers, we’re able to quickly and easily complete your UCC search!

Try Document Retrieval Services in Tennessee Today!

The mission of Blue Streak Docs is to provide accurate, high-quality results at lightning speed! Regardless of your requirements in Tennessee, we’ll readily assist with all document retrieval services. Want to experience the Blue Streak Docs difference? Get started today!

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Tennessee Counties Served:

Anderson • Bedford • Benton • Bledsoe • Blount • Bradley • Campbell • Cannon • Carroll • Carter • Cheatham • Chester • Claiborne • Clay • Cocke • Coffee • Crocket • Cumberland • Davidson • Decatur • Dekalb • Dickson • Dyer • Fayette • Fentress • Franklin • Gibson • Giles • Grainger • Greene • Grundy • Hamblen • Hamilton • Hancock • Hardeman • Hardin • Hawkins • Haywood • Henderson • Henry • Hickman • Houston • Humphreys • Jackson • Jefferson • Johnson • Knox • Lake • Lauderdale • Lawrence • Lewis • Lincoln • Loudon • Macon • Madison • Marion • Marshall • Maury • McMinn • McNairy • Meigs • Monroe • Montgomery • Moore • Morgan • Obion • Overton • Perry • Pickett • Polk • Putnam • Rhea • Roane • Robertson • Rutherford • Scott • Sequatchie • Sevier • Shelby • Smith • Stewart • Sullivan • Sumner • Tipton • Trousdale • Unicoi • Union • VanBuren • Warren • Washington • Wayne • Weakley • White • Williamson • Wilson

Tennessee - Economics

Although Tennessee is now primarily industrial, with most of its people residing in urban areas, many Tennesseans still derive their livelihood from the land. The state’s leading crops are cotton, soybeans, and tobacco; cattle, dairy products, and hogs are also principal farm commodities. Tennessee’s leading mineral, in dollar value, is stone; zinc ranks second (Tennessee leads the nation in its production). Industry is being continually diversified; the state’s leading manufactures are chemicals and related products, foods, electrical machinery, primary metals, automobiles, textiles and apparel, and stone, clay, and glass items. Aluminum production has been important since World War I.

Tennessee has long been a major tourist destination, owing largely to its beautiful scenery. Many lakes were built here by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) and the Army Corps of Engineers. The TVA also developed the Land Between the Lakes, an enormous Kentucky-Tennessee recreation area. Visitors are also drawn by Tennessee’s famed music capitals, the country-music mecca of Nashville and the blues and jazz hub of Memphis.

Tennessee - Facts & Figures

Area:42,244 sq mi (109,412 sq km)
Population:5,689,283 (as of 2000), a 16.7% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Memphis
Statehood:June 1, 1796 (16th state)
Highest Point:Clingmans Dome, 6,643 ft (2,026 m)
Lowest Point:Mississippi River, 182 ft (56 m)
Nickname:Volunteer State
Motto:Agriculture and Commerce
Tree:Tulip Poplar
Abbreviation:Tenn., TN

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