The UCC Financial Account (UCC1) is deposited by a creditor to indicate that it has or may have an interest in the personal property of a debtor (a person who owes a debt to the creditor, as stated in the debt-making agreement). This form is filed to “enhance” a creditor`s security interests by publicly stating that there is a right to take possession and sell certain assets to repay a given debt with a certain priority. The UCC Financing Statement (UCC1AD) addendum form is used to list long debtors or the guaranteed names of parties not on the UCC 1 financing form and to add additional security descriptions, real estate statement information and other information. This form should be submitted as an appendix to the UCC funding form. The UCC Financing Statement Amendment Form (UCC3) is used to file a termination, assignment, sequel, party information and collateral changes that affect a UCC funding statement. An individual may file a Statement of Information (UCC5) on a UCC funding statement referring to the information statement if he or she believes that a data set is inaccurate, improperly filed or filed by a person who is not entitled to do so. This submission is not an amendment, there will be no changes to the registration as a result of this type of submission. The UCC Financing Statement Additional Party (UCC1AP) form can be used in multiple forms to add additional names for debtors or secured parties if necessary. This form should be submitted as an appendix to the UCC1 funding return form. The UCC Financing Statement Amendment Addendum (UCC3Ad) is used to add additional guarantees, real estate statement information and other information that is not on the form to amend the financing return. This application should be submitted as an appendix to the UCC Funding Statement Amendment Form (UCC3).