The Arizona Legislation passed Senate Bill 1046 this week to enact the 2010 Amendments to UCC Article 9. The bill was sent to the governor on Thursday, April 17, 2014 for approval. The bill does not state an effective date
There has been a lot of legislative week activity and here are the highlights. 2010 Amendments to UCC Article 9 Arizona: SB 1046 to enact the 2010 Amendments passed the Senate on 2/3/2014 and was transmitted to the House. Committee assignment in
Alabama: SB 28 to enact the 2010 Amendments was fast tracked and passed the Senate on 1/23/14. The bill was promptly transmitted to the house where it is pending. Alabama: HB 32 to enact the 2010 Amendments is pending its
New! Click HERE for a chart that provides information on the UCC administrative rules adopted by each state, including links to the rules on each state’s website.
New York: The governor signed AB 8013 on Wednesday, 11/13/13, to deal with false UCC financing statements. The bill makes it a crime to file a false financing statement against a public official. In addition, the new law adds non-uniform
CSC is excited to provide you with state-direct UCC data from the Tennessee Secretary of State. Now the data you access will be even more timely and accurate, improving your search results. If you have questions concerning this change, please
Our Associate General Counsel, Paul Hodnefield wrote an article for the American Bar Association Commercial Law Newsletter that reflects on the 2010 Amendments and the impact they have had on the UCC Filing Process. You can click here to access the document.
CSC continues to offer the most comprehensive electronic UCC Filing experience for our customers. Click Here to see the most recent e-filing chart. This chart shows where CSC will e-file on your behalf and where we are working to restore functionality
Maine updated their search logic for UCC searching on October 21, 2013. Their new system no longer ignores corporate endings and therefore offline searches will now only return the exact debtor name ordered including corporate endings. Punctuation will not make a
Arkansas has updated its e-filing interface to comply with the recent Amendments to Article 9. You can now e-file UCC-1s and UCC-3 debtor name amendments on entity names. Arkansas no longer requires filers to enter the Organization ID, Entity Type