Wyoming Document Retrieval Services
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If you're looking for real estate documents in Wyoming, you've come to the right place. While we can find pretty much any document you need, we specialize in a few areas: deed searches, civil court records, and UCC searches.
Document Retrieval For The Mortgage Industry
We can search through the public records in any of Wyoming's 23 counties to find what you're looking for.
A few of the most common real estate documents we retrieve include:
- Property liens
- Lien releases
- And more!
Whether you just need a report on the recording information, prefer to see photocopies, or need a court-certified document, we've got you covered!
How Long Does Wyoming Document Retrieval Take?
Document retrieval in Wyoming only takes about 24 hours. However, if you need documents from a remote county we don't visit often, it could take a bit longer.
Whether you need the deed for one property or thousands, we will deliver it with speed and accuracy.
To get started with a deed search, you'll need to provide us with:
- The name of the grantor or grantee
- Approximate time of conveyance
- The type of deed, if needed, such as a warranty deed, quitclaim deed, special warranty deed, etc.
Our team of experts will get to work looking through public records for the deed in question. Then, we will send you a report including:
- The name of the grantor/grantee
- A legal description of the specified property
- Date of transfer
- Date of recording
- Copy of the deed, if requested
Civil Court Case Record Retrieval in Wyoming
While other document retrieval companies might consider this a more difficult request, the experts at Blue Streak Docs excel at retrieving court case files – they've done it for thousands of clients!
A few types of civil court documents we can retrieve include:
- Final judgments
- Full foreclosure cases
- Full divorce cases
We will need to search through civil court records of the Wyoming county where your property is located. To get started, we'll need names, a range of years to search, and a case number if you have one. If you do, we'll finish the search a lot quicker!
How Long Does it Take to Retrieve Civil Court Records in Wyoming?
We can complete most civil court record requests in Wyoming within 48 hours.
This could take a bit longer if the case is in mediation, in a judge's chamber, or we need to order a file from storage. If your requests will take longer than the allotted 48 hours, we can provide daily or weekly reports as needed! Our advanced online document tracking technology will keep you updated throughout the entire process.
Uniform Commercial Codes -- or UCCs – can be filed at the county or state level with Wyoming's secretary of state.
We will need one or more of the following to start a UCC search:
- The name of the debtor
- The name of the secured party (if possible)
- Estimated date of the transaction or recording
We get started immediately, sending you back a report containing everything you need, as well as the continuances and terminations if needed. We can also provide full recording information or actual photocopies of the documents.
The Most Reliable Document Retrieval in Wyoming
No project is too big or too small for our expert document retrieval team! We've spent years building up a large network of trustworthy and efficient teams that know how to find the documents you need.
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Wyoming - Economics
Dry farming, producing hay, wheat, and barley, is supplemented by the more diversified yield (especially sugar beets and dry beans) of irrigated fields. Most of the inhabitants of the state derive their livelihood directly or indirectly from farming or ranching. The most valuable farm commodities, in terms of cash receipts, are cattle, hay, sugar beets, and wheat. Sparse grasses over much of the region necessitate a large grazing area for each animal, and the average ranch in Wyoming is larger than in any state except Arizona. Sheep graze in places unfit for cattle, and both sheep and cattle range by permit in the national forests. Cooperative grazing tracts are on the increase. Horses, a prized essential in the practice of ranching, are carefully raised and trained.
Mining is the largest sector of the state’s economy, accounting for about one quarter of the gross state product. Oil wells were first drilled in the 1860s, and today petroleum remains one of the state’s most important minerals. The production of petroleum and petroleum products is centered in Casper. Natural gas, however, now exceeds petroleum in economic significance, as does coal. Wyoming is a significant U.S. producer sodium carbonate and uranium as well, and considerable amounts of gold, iron, and various clays are also mined. Important manufactures include processed foods and clay, glass, and wood products.
Wyoming - Facts & Figures
|Area:||97,914 sq mi (253,597 sq km)|
|Population:||493,782, an 8.9% increase since the 1990 census|
|Statehood:||July 10, 1890 (44th state)|
|Highest Point:||Gannett Peak, 13,804 ft (4,207 m)|
|Lowest Point:||Belle Fourche River, 3,100 ft (946 m)|