What is a Personal Property Lien Search?

Liens are when property has been registered as collateral for a loan. For instance, a car that has been financed would have a lien filed against it.

Why should I search for liens?

If the loan is not paid back, the secured party has the legal authority to seize the personal property as payment. If you buy a vehicle with a lien, it could be legally taken from you to satisfy the outstanding debt.

How do I conduct a personal property lien search?

Our search site will provide immediate results on serial numbers (VIN), individual names, or business names. Please ensure accuracy of information BEFORE you search, or it could result in multiple searches.

  • Vehicle Lien Search (by VIN) ($10.00)
  • Business Debtor Search ($10.00)
  • Individual Debtor Search ($10.00)

What is an Alberta Corporate Registry Search?

Alberta’s Corporate Registry stores all of the corporate information for current or formerly registered Alberta corporations, extra-provincial corporations, partnerships, trade names (business names), and non-profit organizations.

Why should I need to search for business names on Alberta Corporate Registry?

A search will provide up-to-date information for the company. For Corporations this will include any current directors, shareholders, addresses, articles of incorporation etc. Trade Name and Partnership searches will include the registrant or partner information in addition to the registration date etc.

How do I conduct an Alberta Corporate Registry Search?

Just enter the name of the business, and our search site will provide a list of close and approximate matches BEFORE you pay for your search, so you can be sure to get the correct results

  • Corporations ($14.00)
  • Trade Names ($10.00)
  • Partnerships ($10.00)