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Hey all - I think I've covered my bases, but thought I'd jd4hire03/27/18
Medical facilities often qualify to raise money via municipa onehell03/27/18
jd4hire (Mar 27, 2018 - 4:50 pm)

Hey all -

I think I've covered my bases, but thought I'd throw this out there as my boss "wants more" and I simply don't think there is "more" to offer.

Was asked to research assets of a small incorporated entity in my jurisdiction. Entity is medical facility. Searched Secretary of State database and discovered all entities associated with this group. checked all office locations and determined that only one was owned by medical facility. One is owned by a real estate holding entity formed for the medical practice (its headquarters). All other locations are owned by unaffiliated third-parties.

Pulled all officers and directors residential holdings.

Checked judiciary website for litigation files to see if anything unique is there.

Pulled UCC filings to determine medical equipment leased and the collateral.

The specific town where the property is owned does not have electronic access to land evidence records.

Ran report through "BeenVerified" which demonstrated that the headquarters has a 2.2 million dollar loan (taken out by real estate holding entity).

Checked Department of Health for any unique filings.

I am aware of the Lexis/ West search, but those are both outside my plan. Might try and sweet talk a LS to run those for me.

Anyone know of any other sources that are publicly accessible? Any ability to request state tax documentation under FOIA or state equivalent?

Thanks in advance.

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onehell (Mar 27, 2018 - 7:40 pm)

Medical facilities often qualify to raise money via municipal bonds. As such, it's a good idea to check EMMA:


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