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i-UCC

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Federal form software for the preparation of all UCC forms for all 50 states. Don't let a bank take your property! When a UCC statement is filed with the Secretary of State’s office in your state, your interest in the property takes precedence over the interest of ALL OTHERS. This includes situations where a bank has filed a blanket UCC-1 claim on all property in a business. By using i-UCC, you prevent the bank from seizing your property, if the bank is forced to take business property to pay for their loan.
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