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is it possible to file a ucc-1 without the debtors signat

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is it possible to file a ucc-1 without the debtor's signature?

Welcome! My goal is to do my very best to understand your situation and to provide a full and complete answer for you.

Good morning. The UCC-1 does not require the debtor's signature. It is a document filed by the creditor to evidence a security interest. As long as the debtor has signed the Security Agreement which gives the creditor the security interest, the creditor then simply files the UCC-1 on his/her own.



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