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Deep Research & Due Dilligence

Dive for pearls—conduct deep research on your subject

When you need to find out as much as you can about a person or business, whether for discovery or due diligence, you need not just breadth of data, but depth as well.

LexisNexis Public Records features a long history of coverage in business as well as personal data. See how we stack up to the competition:

  • 77 million business contact records
  • 47 million active U.S. business entities
  • Deed and mortgage record coverage going back further than Westlaw in 73% more counties and county equivalents*
  • Longer archival deed and mortgage record coverage in 73% more counties and county equivalents*
  • Longer archival UCC coverage than Westlaw in over 5 times as many U.S. states and territories*

Search for results during a defined time range, such as judgments for specific creditors, or precise related information, such as collateral types on UCC filings.

Take advantage of dedicated forms for areas of high interest, such as real estate, bankruptcy filings, corporate filings, judgments and liens.

Leverage specialized content to fill in gaps in your research. Access real estate documents, education data, criminal and sex offender records.


*As of February 2019



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Due to the nature and origin of public record information, the public records and commercially available data sources used in reports may contain errors. The LexisNexis Public Records services are not provided by “consumer reporting agencies,” as that term is defined in the Fair Credit Reporting Act (15 U.S.C. §, et seq.) (“FCRA”) and do not constitute “consumer reports,” as that term is defined in the FCRA. Accordingly, these LexisNexis services may not be used in whole or in part as a factor in determining eligibility for credit, insurance, employment or another eligibility purpose in connection with which a consumer report may be used under the FCRA.