Conn. Agencies Regs. § 42a-9-1 - Definitions

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Current through March 4, 2022

For purposes of Sections 42a-9-1 to 42a-9-6, inclusive, of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies:

(1) "Amendment" means an assignment, continuation statement, termination statement or statement purporting to add, change or delete information in a financing statement.
(2) "Assignment" means an amendment that purports to reflect an assignment of all or a part of a secured party's power to authorize an amendment to a financing statement.
(3) "Continuation statement" means "Continuation statement" as defined in section 42a-9-102(a)(27) of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(4) "Correction statement" means a record that purports to indicate that a financing statement is inaccurate or wrongfully filed.
(5) "Debtor" means "Debtor" as defined in section 42a-9-102(a)(28) of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(6) "File number" means "File number" as defined in section 42a-9-102(a)(36) of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(7) "Filing office" means the Office of the Secretary of the State.
(8) "Financing statement" means "Financing statement" as defined in section 42a-9-102(a)(39) of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(9) "Individual" means a natural person.
(10) "Initial Financing Statement" means a record that does not identify itself as an amendment or correction statement or identify an initial financing statement to which it relates.
(11) "Noise word" means a word or symbol that is so common as to not be useful in searches and which is ignored by the UCC information management system. Noise words are limited to the following: &, and, Corporation, Incorporated, Company, Societa Per Azioni, Limited, Corp., Inc., Co., S.p.A, LTD., Limited Liability Company, L.L.C., LLC, LTD. Liability Company, Limited Liability Co., Registered Limited Liability Partnership, Limited Liability Partnership, LLP, L.L.P., Statutory Trust, Limited Liability Trust, LLT, L.L.T., and The.
(12) "Organization" means a legal person who is not an individual.
(13) "Remitter" means a person who tenders a UCC document to the filing office for filing. "Remitter" does not include a person responsible merely for the delivery of the document to the filing office, such as the United States Postal Service or a courier service.
(14) "Secured party" means "Secured party" as defined in section 42a-9-102(a)(72) of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(15) "Termination statement" means "Termination statement" as defined in section 42a-9-102(a)(79) of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(16) "Through date" means the latest date in time for which all records have been entered into the UCC information management system.
(17) "UCC" means Uniform Commercial Code as adopted in this state and as amended from time to time.
(18) "UCC document" means an initial financing statement, an amendment or a correction statement.
(19) "UCC information management system" means the body of information containing the UCC records, index and related data base maintained by the office of the Secretary of the State, including without limitation, all UCC documents relating to any given filing.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 42a-9-1
Adopted effective December 11, 2002

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