Uniform Commercial Code FAQs

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Acceptable characters
Agistor's liens
Attachments
Certified copies & searches
Child support liens
Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) liens
Continuations
County codes
Definitions
Ending noise words
Farm product codes
Federal/State tax liens
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General lien questions
Harvester's liens
Hospital liens
Master list
Payment
Privacy
Redaction
Restitution liens
Searching
Spurious and fraudulent liens
Termination
User accounts

 

Acceptable Characters

Q1. What are acceptable characters?

A1.  "Acceptable characters" are the letters, numbers and symbols that can be used in a UCC filing. Our system can only accept these characters, which are found on most standard (QWERTY) keyboards.


Acceptable characters 
SP [space]
0 @ P `  p
! 1 A Q a  q
" 2 B R b  r
# 3 C S c  s
$ 4 D T d  t
% 5 E U e  u
& 6 F V f  v
' 7 G W g  w
( 8 H X h  x
) 9 I Y i  y
* : J Z j  z
+ ; K [ k  {
, <
L \ l  |
- = M ]  m  }
. > N ^  n  ~
/
? O _  o  

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