Uniform Commercial Code Forms
The Uniform Commercial Code is defined as a set of regulations that are adopted to make commerce from state to state easier. The code remains the same for all states, but the filing requirements will vary.
Forms available for all states accepting UCC National Standard Forms.
States which vary from National Standard.
-UCC-1's New Article 9 valid for all states as of July 1, 2001 except for AL, FL, MS (valid 1/1/02)
- UCC-3's New Article 9 valid for all states as of July 1, 2001 except for AL, FL, MS (valid 1/1/02), CT (valid 10/1/01)
UCC Forms by State
What is the UCC-1 Form?
This is going to be the most common form chosen for a financial statement. They are routine when the it is involving the case of a secured loan. This is for when the lender uses the UCC-1 to put a lien on a piece of collateral or other assets, even all that belong to business or individual.
What are UCC-3 forms?
These are forms that are mainly used as an amendment to the financial statements. It can be used for multiple purposes such as amending, assigning, continuation and terminating.
What is a UCC-5 form?
This form is used for financial statement correction that is understood under the Revised Article 9 of the UCC as the filing record in public records to correct or provide additional information for a previously filed UCC-1.
What is a UCC-11 form?
This form is the financial statement search request form that is recognized in many states under the Revised Article 9 of the UCC to be the form that is required by filing offices to request search of their own records for UCC filings on a party. Not all states will honor this form, it is best to research that information before filing a UCC-11 form.
What are the forms used in the UCC?
The most common forms we offer are UCC1 National Financial Statement, UCC1-AD Financing Statement Addendum – Revised 12-18-95, UCC11 Information Request – Revised 5-09-01, UCC3 Financing Statement Amendment, and the UCC3-AD Financing Statement Amendment Addendum – Revised 7-29-98