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  • Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filings updated daily in 48 U.S. states and territories as compared to 6 from Westlaw*
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  • Driver license records updated more frequently than Westlaw in 21 states and provided in almost 4 times as many states*
  • Judgment & Liens records are updated more frequently than Westlaw in 91.4% of all U.S. counties and territories.*

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Conduct due diligence on a potential partner, rounding out your dossier with the latest UCC filings entered by or mentioning a business or individual.

* As of February 2019

 

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