What Addresses should I use on the SPC Necessary Information for Filing? Should I used separate addresses?

You should most definitely use separate addresses for both the debtor and secured party as to create as much separation between them as possible if you are able to do so. The Secured Party’s address is generally a tangible address such as that of a home or apartment, while the DEBTORS address is generally a P.O. Box, Receivership, or secondary home or apartment address. While it is not mandatory, it is recommended.

It is also suggested to use an out of country address for the Secured Party Creditor if you have the option to do so. The service Sovereign Post offers a service for receivership. http://www.sovereignpost.com

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  1. Patrick Shawn Lamay on September 3, 2017 at 3:12 pm

    I have completed the non-negotiable charge back and registered it with the SOS in Michigan .I have run into a snag while filing the ucc-1 financing statement through the SOS.They are saying tht my filing is outside the scope of Article 9 ? Any suggesstions ?

    • Sovereign Filings on October 4, 2017 at 3:06 am

      File into a regional filing location for your region and file a notification with the state you are going to spend time in. If you use our services we can certainly help. If you wish to file yourself these are the instructions to follow although we can not guarantee that you will have the documents, the effectiveness of what you yourself create or that they will be up to date: https://makefreedom.com/you-file-instructions/

  2. DAMON JOHNSON on October 11, 2022 at 10:32 pm

    Can i use a P.O.Box for SPC, since my debtor is already using my address

    • Sovereign Filing Solutions on November 14, 2022 at 4:05 am


  3. Tyshon on January 17, 2023 at 4:13 am

    Hello peace andlove hope all is well. I seem to be having trouble finding the regional filing address for NEW JERSEY… Can someone help me with that ???

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