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What Information Can be Found in Bankruptcy and Business Records?

Financial, bankruptcy and business records can provide the necessary background needed on a potential business partner including the person's credit and financial dealings.
Information on lawsuits, judgments, liens, bankruptcies, property ownership, and business licenses and ownership can all be found in such records. The type of information that you can find on a person's financial and business dealings includes:

Business License Records

  • Business owner names
  • Corporate filings
  • Trademarks issued
  • Renewals of business licenses
  • Complaints about businesses

Real Property Records

  • Buyers' and sellers' names
  • Real estate agent and/or broker name & title company
  • Power of attorney
  • Deeds and grants
  • Abstracts and titles
  • Mortgage company and payments
  • Liens, pending actions and judgments
  • Foreclosures
  • Tax lien sales
  • Tax deed sales

Property Tax Records

  • Name and address of property owners
  • Value of property
  • Property size
  • Property title transfers

Occupational Licenses

  • Name, address and business name

Doing Business As (DBA) records

  • Address of business owner and business
  • Name and date of publication D.B.A notice appeared in

Certificates of Incorporation

  • Principal business owners and address

How to Conduct a Business and Banking Records Search?

Business and banking records can be found at the city, county, and state levels of government, though this can vary from region to region. You will want to investigate various offices for documentation related to divorce settlements, real estate transactions and business records, including:

  • The Country Clerk's Office retains information on criminal and civil court proceedings.
  • The Country Recorder's Office keeps information on real estate dealings, in particular land records, deeds, surveys, mortgages, easements and liens.

Business and Banking Records Resource Links

Property Records Industry Association - Industry discussion about the property records industry including identification, research, discussion development and drafting of national standards.

National Association of Counties - Find a county or learn about a county through this organization that researches, publishes and disseminates information about counties.

Latest Questions and Comments for Bankruptcy and Business

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As dept was founded 1933, where are banking records from immediately prior years founded? Farmer's State Bank, New Carlisle, IN failure ca. 1930-32
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Prominent Records for Bankruptcy and Business

Delaware Public Records - Bank Commissioner Edit

The State Bank Commissioner regulates state-chartered banks, trusts, and financial companies in the state of Delaware. This office resolves complaints, provides consumer education programs, and collects a bank franchise tax that covers all banks and trust companies in the state. Also refer to this agency for informational brochures on mortgages, foreclosures, debt collection, free credit reports and identity theft.

Physical Address:
State Bank Commissioner 555 East Loockerman St. Suite 210 Dover, Delaware 19901
Contact: P: 302.739.4235 F: 302.739.3609

Hawaii Public Records - Department Of Financial Institutions Edit

The Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) regulates state-chartered and state-licensed financial institutions, escrow depositories, money transmitters and mortgage related businesses to protect the rights and funds of borrowers, depositors and other consumers. Access this site to file a complaint against a financial institution, learn about deposit insurance or unclaimed property. Financial institutions may also download application forms to relocate an office or branch, establish an insti

Mailing Address:
Division of Financial Institutions Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs P.O. Box 2054 King Kalakaua Building 335 Merchant St., Room 221 Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Contact Information:
P: 808.586.2820 F: 808.586.2818 E:

Indiana Public Records - Economic Development Corporation Edit

The Indiana Economic Development Corporation provides a variety of resources for new and existing businesses. Find facts, data and resources, entrepreneurship information, and learn about industry sectors. Programs and initiatives include industrial development grants, skills enhancement, tax-exempt bonds, small business innovations and research, and information about the regulatory ombudsman. Find information on tax credits and exemptions such as the patent income exemption and the economic de

Physical Address:
Economic Development Corporation One North Capitol, Suite 700 Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Contact: P: 317.232.8800 F: 317.232.4146

Contact Information:
P: 800.463.8081 (toll free)

Kansas Public Records - Business Filing Center Edit

The Kansas Secretary of State provides access to the Business Filing Center which has a wide variety of online searches, allowing customers to file and view documents. Business entities can search for name availability, file an annual report, file a name change amendment, obtain a Certificate of Good Standing, and more. Consumers can search for a business entity, perform a charity search, and find UCC records. The website offers a variety of UCC resources including definitions, rules, regulatio

Physical Address:
Secretary of State Business Services Memorial Hall, 1st Floor 120 SW 10th Avenue Topeka, Kansas 66612-1594
Contact: P: 785.296.4564 F: 785.296.4570 E:

Maine Public Records - Department Of Economic And Community Development Edit

The Maine Department of Economic and Community Development works to create economic opportunity for the citizens of Maine. Learn about business development, community development, innovation, tourism and film, international trade, and doing business in Maine. Find funding opportunities, specialists, and the latest reports and publications. Locate business assistance programs, business development specialists, and information to help companies grow and prosper. Learn about grant programs, laws,

Physical Address:
Department of Economic & Community Development Burton Cross Building, 3rd Floor 111 Sewall St Augusta, Maine 04330-6830
Contact: P: 207.624.9800

Mailing Address:
Department of Economic & Community Development 59 State House Station Augusta, Maine 04333-0059

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