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Data Tree Releases DocEdge.com Lien Search

Santa Ana, California-based ""Data Tree, LLC"":http://www.datatree.com/, a provider of recorded land documents and a part of ""The First American Corp."":http://www.firstam.com/, announced the release of DocEdge.com™ this week. The company describes DocEdge.com as an involuntary lien search solution that ""allows users to expand a transaction history search to include involuntary liens in addition to deeds, mortgages, assignments, transfers, and foreclosures.""
""We are constantly seeking new ways to add value and support the businesses that choose our service,"" said Robert Karraa, chief operating officer of Data Tree. ""Ultimately, our goal is to provide our clients with a comprehensive solution to enhance their productivity. With the addition of involuntary liens, clients are able to use our convenient, searchable database to find every type of document they need, all in one place.""
Data Tree also is toting the new product as one in which users can ""view a list of lien data and recorded document images against the property and its owner."" This feature includes all documents related to federal and state tax liens, judgment liens, mechanic's liens, foreclosures, and child support liens.
Click ""here"":http://www.datatree.com/aboutus/news_archive/051007.asp to read the full press release. 

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