UCC-1 Statement (Financing Statement) - Explained
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What is a UCC-1 Statement?
A UCC-1 statement is a legal form or document that provides a creditor a claim to the property of a debtor. Restated, it is a form of lien that the creditor obtains as security for the business loan being offered.
Creditors file UCC-1 statements to claim collateral for a business loan. It can be filled against all sorts of personal property. The provision of UCC-1 is contained in the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC).
Once a creditor files a UCC-1 statement, it is a notification that he wants to use the borrowers property as collateral for the loan issued. The local jurisdiction establishes procedures that creditors must adhere to when filing a UCC-1 statement.
What are the requirements of the UCC-1?
The requirements for filing a UCC-1 statement are that details about the borrower and assets used must be included in the statement before it is filed and submitted to the appropriate agency.
What is a Specific Collateral Lien?
A specific collateral lien is filed against specific assets identified in the UCC-1 or lien document.
What is a Blanket Lien?
In a blanket lien, is a lien filed against a specific category or type of assets of the debtor.
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