What’s included: Real Estate Property Taxes, Personal/Tangible Property Taxes, Special Assessments, Code Enforcement Violations, Building Violations, Water Utility Balances, Sewer Utility Balances, Solid Waste Utility Balances, Storm Water Utility Balances, Unrecorded Municipal and County Fees, $80 within Florida and $100 outside of Florida, *Search Fee does not include any municipal fees.
A court Judgment is generally filed in a civil case between two or more parties. The plaintiff is the party that initiates the lawsuit, and the defendant is the party that the lawsuit is brought against. When the case is filed, it’s assigned to a judge who manages and oversees the progress of the case, hears motions and holds hearings. Sometimes the judge may attempt to informally settle the matter. In the end, if the case's outcome does happen to result is money awarded to the winning party, a judgment is filed outlining the court’s decision. A judgment search will return any current open cases.
O & E
O&E (Owners and Encumbrances) reports provide current information such as the current or last owner, liens and encumbrances of records, pending litigation, construction permits filed in the past (usually) 6 months, ordinance violations, current taxes as well as other current matters. An O&E report is often used by those in real estate investing or homeowners who want to check open liens existing against a property and to be aware of current title matters. O&E reports, also known as Property Information Report, is a simplified non-insurance title report designed for informational purposes only.
The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) monitors issues associated with trade sanctions that are based on U.S. foreign policy and national security goals. It is the official body that determines whether or not an entity or individual is permitted to do business with the United States. Federal law specifies that all individuals and organizations within the United States are responsible for ensuring that they do not undertake business dealings with an individual or entity listed on the Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) and Blocked Persons List.
Federal Tax Lien
A Federal Tax Lien is the government’s legal claim against your property when you neglect or fail to pay a tax debt. The lien protects the government’s interest in all your property, including real estate, personal property and financial assets. A tax lien is the first step the IRS takes to begin the forcible collection of tax debt.
A Bankruptcy search allows you to find bankruptcies on individuals and businesses filed in the U.S. Federal Bankruptcy courts. This search will return any current open bankruptcy cases on an individual or business. Updated daily, you always have the most comprehensive and current coverage available.
A UCC-1 is a financing statement that must be filed with the Secretary of State in the state your business is incorporated. Creditors file this in order to make a UCC lien claim “perfected” or valid. The UCC-1 financing statement contains a description of the lien, the identity of the lienholder, and the identity of the debtor.