Owner of the Equipment
UCC - Uniform Commercial Code. A creditor with a financial interest in personal property filed a UCC to perfected their interest.
Terminated - A terminated lien is no longer in effect - if it was filed by or on behalf of the creditor. If the debtor files the Termination, they need to have authorization from the creditor for it to be legal. There is no way to know who filed a termination without seeing a copy of the filing.
Tax Liens - Tax liens are filed for non-payment of any kind of tax. Tax liens are filed at different offices in different levels of government in each state. They may be filed with a county courthouse with the clerk, register of deeds, a specific office just for taxes, or at a district or state level. Some tax liens encumber real and personal property. The lien has to be viewed to know.
Civil Judgments - Civil judgments are filed when one party takes another to court for various civil matters such as nonpayment of goods or services, default on a bond or loan, or workers compensation. The nonpayment of goods could be a job not completed that included specific equipment purchased for that job.
Credit Card Information
By submitting this form, the company or person is authorizing Ground Clearance LLC conduct lien searches on the company/persons listed.
The person submitting the request is responsible for all fees invoiced for conducting searches.
A 3.0% fee is added to all payment made by credit/charge cards.
All accounts must remain current. Work will not be done on any account not current including any late fees. Late fees are $5.00 per month beginning the 16 th day after the invoice date.
Any invoices exceeding 90 days delinquent will be sent to collections unless arrangements have been agreed
upon by management of Ground Clearance LLC. The person responsible for any unpaid invoice sent to
collections shall pay all attorney fees, court costs, including charges and collection agency fee of up to 60% of the balance assigned, with or without suit.