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Do you own the property and evidence of ownership like a title? Is there a written lease showing your ownership? Typically in a sale you can file a security interest. It really depends upon the substance of the transaction as indicated by the following:
If it is your property, then why not just be possession if you really think they will file for bankruptcy?
The only forms that I would know about would be financing statements filed with the CA SOS. Here are some links:
The financing statement would provide notice of the security agreement in the property typically with a loan. You might want to get something from the company indicating it is your property. If it is your property and they file bankruptcy it should not be apart of their bankruptcy estate because it is not their property. Are you concerned that they might sell the property or the property will go into the bankruptcy some how? You might want to have a California creditors attorney review your situation. Do you get anything in return for letting them use the equipment?