COUNTY OF HILLSDALE, MICHIGAN

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U.C.C Fees

Act No. 348 Public Acts of 2000
Part 5 - Filing
Effective January 1, 2005

Filings *

All debtors names, per filing $30.00 standard filing fee

* Fees apply to all UCC1 and UCC3 filings, including terminations

The above fees do not apply to a mortgage that is effective as a financing statement filed as a fixture filing or as a financing statement covering as extracted collateral or timber to be cut under Section 9502(3)-recording and satisfaction fees that otherwise would be applicable to the record of the mortgage apply.

What is filed with the Register? MCL Sec. 440.9501

  • As extracted collateral
  • Timber to be cut
  • Fixture filings

Documents filed with the Register of Deeds shall be recorded in the real property records contained in section 47 to 1846 RS 65, MCL 565.47, notwithstanding the provisions for witnessing and acknowledgment.

 County Building 200 x 150

Register of Deeds

Hillsdale County Office Building
33 McCollum St.
Room 205
Hillsdale, MI 49242

Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

(517) 437-2231

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Notary Update

MI SOS Approved Electronic & Remote Notarization Vendors

Michigan amended its notary law in 2018 to be in line with other states that have authorized electronic and remote notarizations.

Their use is optional and no action is needed on your part to continue performing traditional pen and paper notarizations.
E-Mortgage Law – Offers electronic notarizations services
Nexsys – Offers both electronic and remote notarization services
Pavaso – Offers both electronic and remote notarization services
NotaryCam - Offers both electronic and remote notarization services
Notarize - Offers electronic and remote notarization services
Only approved vendor systems can be used in the state of Michigan. A Notary wishing to provide these services must use the vendors above. Use this Guide to help to understand the new options, how to update commission information and how the work of Notaries is affected.
Note: The MI Department of State does not provide access, training or dictate costs of these newly approved systems.