An authentication is a formal certification by a competent authority of the authenticity of the origin of a qualifying document. It facilitates the acceptance of the qualifying document by a foreign authority.
There are two methods to filing a UCC, one is to send in the paper filing either through a courier or through the mail. The other is to record the UCC electronically through the state’s filing system. Both are equally effective, but there are some things that need to be considered when determining which method to use.
Jurisdictional Highlights from April & May 2019. Delaware House Bill 43: signed on April 9, 2019. The bill eliminates the requirement under several provisions of Title 24 that applicants for professional licenses as well as adult entertainment establishments submit notarized applications.