Utah Document Retrieval Services

Try out Blue Streak Docs for expert document retrieval in Utah!

While we can obtain virtually any real estate-related document you need, we have a few specialties: deeds, civil court records, and UCC searches.

Here's how we can help you find the documents you need from any area in Utah! Don't hesitate to reach out if you don't see exactly what you need here. We're happy to customize our services!

Document Retrieval For The Utah Mortgage Industry

We'll search through the records in any of Utah's 29 counties to find the documents you need!

We can find virtually any type of real estate document. Even if you don't see it listed in the mortgage information services on our website, reach out to us and we'll be able to help!

Mortgage-related documents we can retrieve include:

  • Deeds
  • AVRs
  • Mortgage and property liens
  • Lien releases
  • CC&R
  • Chain of title
  • And more!

Whether you need court-certified copies, photocopies, or just the recording information, we'll customize the results to fit your needs.

How Long Does it Take to Retrieve Documents in Utah?

The majority of our document retrieval requests in Utah are turned around within 24 hours! This timeline can be delayed if you need documents from a remote county we don't visit often.

Utah Deed Search

Don't waste your valuable time searching for deeds. You can trust our team of professionals to track down any deed in Utah!

When you start your order with us, you'll need to provide the name of the grantor or grantee and an estimated date of the sale or transfer of your property. If you're looking for a specific type of deed — such as a warranty deed, quitclaim deed, or special warranty deed — let us know! We'll make sure we retrieve everything you need.

Once we've finished our deed search, we'll send you a report containing:

  • The legal description of the property
  • Grantor/grantee
  • Date of transfer
  • Recording date
  • Copy of the deed if needed

Utah Civil Court Case Record Retrieval

We're well-versed when it comes to retrieving civil court case records from Utah. A lot of other document retrieval companies shy away from this work since it can get complicated. However, we've retrieved tens of thousands of civil court records for mortgage servicers and law firms throughout the country!

We can retrieve records related to cases such as:

  • Divorce cases
  • Foreclosures
  • Wills
  • Death certificates
  • Final judgments
  • Notices
  • Pleadings
  • And more!

What we need from you are the names related to the case and a range of years to search. If you have a case number, even better! We'll be able to turn around your request in no time!

Utah UCC Search

Our document retrieval experts also specialize in UCC searches. Whether you have one request or thousands, you can trust our team to get everything completed on time and within budget!

Let us know the location of the property and the name of the debtor. We'll get started on your UCC search that same day!

We'll search through public records at the county courthouse and send you results that include:

  • Name of debtor
  • Names of secured parties
  • Date of transaction
  • Date of recording
  • Photocopy if needed

We can include any continuations and terminations of the UCC if needed — just let us know ahead of time! We're happy to send photocopies of UCCs we find or a report on the full recording information.

Quick, Accurate Document Retrieval in Utah

We've spent years perfecting our document retrieval process — now, we've got it down to a science.

As soon as we get your request, our network of searchers immediately starts searching for the documents you need. They'll search through county court records and handpick your document straight from the county courthouse.

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Utah Counties Served:

Beaver • Box Elder • Cache • Carbon • Daggett • Davis • Duchesne • Emery • Garfield • Grand • Iron • Juab • Kane • Millard • Morgan • Piute • Rich • Salt Lake • San Juan • Sanpete • Sevier • Summit • Tooele • Uintah • Utah • Wasatch • Washington • Wayne • Weber

Utah - Economics

Cultivated land, including isolated farms in river valleys and considerable dry-farming acreage, is limited to a small percentage of the state’s total area. Major crops are hay, corn, barley, and wheat, but the bulk of income from agriculture comes from livestock and livestock products, including sheep, cattle, dairying, and an expanding poultry industry. Abundant sunshine provides some compensation for inadequate rainfall, and the climate is generally moderate, allowing for substantial fruit production. Agrarian life was well suited to the principles of the Mormon settlers; moreover, they hoped that the difficulties of successfully farming the dry land would discourage non-Mormons from settling in the area.

The development of nonagricultural resources was more or less frowned upon by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and, in general, was initiated by non-Mormons. However, a wealth of minerals made mineral exploitation almost inevitable and, in turn, stimulated the construction of railroads. Today many residents are engaged in mining or mining-related industries. Copper is the chief metal, followed by gold, molybdenum, and magnesium. Other important mineral products include beryllium, asphalt, silver, lead, tin, fluorspar, mercury, vanadium, potassium salts, manganiferous ore, and uranium.

Tourism has become increasingly important to the state’s economy. In addition to the five national parks and seven national monuments, ski resorts, particularly in the Wasatch Range, are popular destinations. Since 1984, Park City has hosted the annual Sundance Film Festival.

Utah - Facts & Figures

Area:84,916 sq mi (219,932 sq km), including 2,577 sq mi (6,674 sq km) of inland water surface
Population:2,233,169 (as of 2000), a 29.6% increase since the 1990 census
Capital:Salt Lake City
Largest City:Salt Lake City
Statehood:Jan 4, 1896 (45th state)
Highest Point:Kings Peak, 13,528 ft (4,126 m)
Lowest Point:Beaverdam Creek, 2,000 ft (610 m)
Nickname:Beehive State
Flower:Sego Lily
Tree:Blue Spruce

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