The UCC Funding Statement Change Form (UCC3) is used to file a termination, assignment, continuation, party information, and warranty changes that affect a UCC funding statement. The UCC Financing Statement Addendum Form (UCC1AD) is used to list the names of long debtors or secured parties that do not match the UCC Financing Statement Form (UCC 1) and to add additional warranty statements, real estate registry information and miscellaneous information. This form must be submitted as an appendix to the UCC Funding Declaration Form. The UCC Financing Declaration Form (UCC1) is filed by a creditor to indicate that they have or may have an interest in a debtor`s personal property (a person who owes a debt to the creditor as specified in the debt preparation agreement). This form is filed to “perfect” a creditor`s security right by publicly announcing that there is a right to own and sell certain assets to repay a particular debt with a certain priority. . An individual may file an information return (UCC5) on a UCC funding statement to which the disclosure statement relates if they believe that a document has been filed inaccurately, illegally or submitted by a person who is not authorized to do so. This submission is not a change, no changes will be made to the file as a result of this type of submission. The UCC Funding Statement Amendment Addendum (UCC3Ad) is used to add additional guarantees, real estate record information, and miscellaneous information not included on the Funding Statement Amendment Form. This submission must be submitted as an appendix to the UCC Funding Statement Amendment Form (UCC3).
The UCC Financing Statement Additional Party Form (UCC1AP) can be used in multiples to add additional names of debtors or secured parties as needed. This form must be submitted as an appendix to the UCC Funding Declaration Form (UCC1). .