Corporation Profiles: This report is obtained directly from the Ministry in the applicable jurisdiction, verifying the corporation’s current, full legal status with Companies Branch and Corporate Tax Branch. Amalgamations, business name registrations, name changes, directors, officers, and registered head office information is confirmed.
Professional Credential Searches: Confirmation of registration within the profession is provided (i.e. doctor, lawyer, dentist, etc.), revealing registration status, date of registration and other significant details.
Bank Ratings: Current, up-to-date banking information is obtained directly from financial institutions. Term loans and operating lines are confirmed, including particulars on authorized limits, current balances, payment, and NSF history.
Landlord References: Information obtained includes current and previous information such as length of the lease, type and amount of space, monthly payments, and repayment history.
Trade References: Trade references are contacted for current, up-to-date information regarding account balances, credit limits, payment terms and payment experience.
Bankruptcy Search: Identify past and current bankruptcies, along with consumer proposals, debt consolidation orders, commercial proposals, receiverships, and CCAA filings.
Personal Property Lien Registrations: PPSA (Personal Property Security Acct) updates will identify many types of security agreements and liens, including secured borrowing facilities, lines of credit, term loans and lease agreements. Negative registrations such as tax liens, writs of enforcement, crown charges and statutory claims are also revealed through the search.
Judgments/Legal Actions/Collections: Negative information including judgments, legal actions and collections, and the particulars and dispositions are disclosed in the report
Land Registry Sub-Search: Establishes whether a prospective tenant owns real property and provides important particulars including, outstanding mortgages and other financial encumbrances.
Company Website: Websites can provide useful information with regards to the investigation of the prospective tenant. Website addresses are provided with direction to areas in the site, which may be of interest to the landlord.
Historical Information Section: Historical information can be valuable, in conjunction with the current investigative information gathered. Utilization of a database reveals payment trends and history.