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DRAFT SECURITY RIGHTS REGISTRY GUIDE : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
However, a searcher should be entitled to rely on the accuracy of a search result only if the searcher used the correct grantor identifier in searching. (...) In those States, all that the searcher has to do is enter the correct grantor identifier and the registry system will automatically apply the official search logic and produce an official search result. 58. (...) A searcher cannot rely on the result retrieved using this type of search.
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Score: 1424953.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../CN.9/WG.VI/WP.46/ADD.2&Lang=E
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DRAFT SECURITY RIGHTS REGISTRY GUIDE : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
In the name of privacy, some States require searchers to demonstrate that they have a justifiable reason for searching the registry record. (...) However, a searcher should be entitled to rely on the accuracy of a search result only if the searcher used the correct grantor identifier in searching. 37. (...) The registry should issue a search certificate upon request by a searcher and payment of the relevant fee, if any.
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Score: 1416589.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../CN.9/WG.VI/WP.48/ADD.2&Lang=E
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DRAFT TECHNICAL LEGISLATIVE GUIDE ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A SECURITY RIGHTS REGISTRY : ADDENDUM
As the identifier of the secured creditor is not an indexing and search criterion, searchers will not be seriously misled by the change. 15. (...) (a)). A searcher may rely on the accuracy of a search result only if the searcher entered the correct grantor identifier or other search criterion in its search request (see draft Registry Guide, rec. 35, subpara. (...) As already noted (see A/CN.9/WG.VI/WP.54/Add.3, paras. 20-23), registration of a notice is effective only if the notice would be retrieved by a search of the registry record by a searcher using the correct identifier of the grantor as the search criterion.
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Score: 1410324.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../CN.9/WG.VI/WP.54/ADD.4&Lang=E
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DRAFT SECURITY RIGHTS REGISTRY GUIDE : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Otherwise, a secured creditor (that is responsible for entering the correct grantor identifier) cannot be confident that its registration will be legally effective and searchers cannot confidently rely on a search result. (...) The reason for this approach is that a searcher entering the correct grantor identifier would retrieve the registration and consider it likely that the grantor whose identifier appears on the search result as an inexact match is nonetheless the relevant grantor. (...) In States that have implemented this system, the relevant alphanumerical identifier is separately indexed so as to be retrievable by searchers using that identifier, rather than the name of the grantor, as the search criterion.
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Score: 1399820.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../CN.9/WG.VI/WP.46/ADD.1&Lang=E
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DRAFT GUIDE TO ENACTMENT OF THE UNCITRAL MODEL LAW ON SECURED TRANSACTIONS
Section E. Searches Article 22. Search criteria 28. (...) The enacting State should not implement a search logic that could potentially result in a long list of close matches since this would make it too difficult for a searcher to determine which, if any, of the registered notices that closely match the search criterion entered refer to the grantor that the searcher is inquiring about. 36. (...) Paragraph 2 obligates the Registry to issue an official search certificate setting out a search result upon the request of a searcher.
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Score: 1396939 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/CN.9/914/ADD.3&Lang=E
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DRAFT GUIDE TO ENACTMENT OF THE UNCITRAL MODEL LAW ON SECURED TRANSACTIONS : ADDENDUM
Searches Article 22. Search criteria 28. (...) Paragraph 2 obligates the Registry to issue an official search certificate setting out a search result upon the request of a searcher. (...) The latter caveat addresses situations where, for example, the list of close matches set out in a search result is so lengthy as to make it unreasonable to expect searchers to determine whether it might include the relevant grantor. 40.
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Score: 1389793.75 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../CN.9/WG.VI/WP.71/ADD.3&Lang=E
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EVACUATION PROCEDURES FOR THE UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS COMPLEX IN NEW YORK
Section 4 Physically challenged persons 4.1 If the elevators are not authorized to be used during an evacuation, the Security and Safety Services should have arrangements for physically challenged evacuees to be assisted down the stairs. 4.2 Staff members designated as fire wardens, deputy fire wardens and searchers are identified on the sign placed next to the fire alarm boxes throughout the Headquarters complex. 4.3 Following an evacuation announcement, searchers should inspect their area of responsibility to ensure that everyone is evacuating or has already left. Searchers should also ensure that physically challenged evacuees receive assistance. If additional help is required, the searcher and fire warden should arrange such assistance using the telephone provided. 4.4 Following completion of inspection and arrangement of assistance to physically challenged persons, searchers should report to the fire warden before leaving the work area. 4.5 After the fire wardens have received reports from the searchers and have ensured that the physically challenged evacuees are being assisted, they should immediately leave the floor. 4.6 Searchers or fire wardens should immediately leave the floor if they are in imminent physical danger.
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Score: 1385623 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=ST/SGB/2018/7&Lang=E
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REGISTRATION OF SECURITY RIGHTS IN MOVABLE ASSETS : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Otherwise, a secured creditor cannot be confident that its registration will be effective and searchers cannot confidently rely on a search result (see the Guide, recommendations 58-60). (...) In those States, a searcher has to search first against the VIN, and only if the VIN is not found, should a searcher refer to the next relevant number. (...) In addition, the imposition of what effectively would be mandatory serial number searching might result in excessive cost and inconvenience for searchers, for example, where the grantor holds many items that qualify as serial number assets.
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Score: 1384449 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../CN.9/WG.VI/WP.44/ADD.1&Lang=E
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DRAFT MODEL LAW ON SECURED TRANSACTIONS : WORKING GROUP VI (SECURITY INTERESTS) 28TH SESSION : ADDENDUM
If access is refused, the Registry must communicate the reason to the registrant or searcher without delay. Article 7. Rejection of the registration of a notice or a search request 1. (...) Upon request by a searcher, the Registry must issue an official search certificate indicating the search result. 3. (...) An error in the grantor identifier entered in a notice does not render the registration of the notice ineffective if the notice would be retrieved as a close match [under criteria to be specified by the enacting State] by a search of the registry record using the grantor’s correct identifier as the search criterion, unless the error would seriously mislead a reasonable searcher
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Score: 1383021.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../CN.9/WG.VI/WP.65/ADD.1&Lang=E
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DRAFT MODEL LAW ON SECURED TRANSACTIONS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Article 49. Search results Option A 1. A search result that indicates the date and time when the search was performed and either lists any registered notices that contain information that matches the search criterion provided by the searcher exactly and sets forth the registration history and all the information contained in these notices, or indicates that no registered notice contains information that exactly matches the search criterion provided by the searcher. Option B 1. A search result that indicates the date and time when the search was performed and either lists any registered notices that contain information that matches the search criterion provided by the searcher exactly and closely, and sets forth the registration history and all the information contained in these notices, or indicates that no registered notice contains information that exactly or closely matches the search criterion provided by the searcher. 2. An official search certificate indicating the search result may be issued by the registrar at the request of the searcher.
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Score: 1377738.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../CN.9/WG.VI/WP.59/ADD.1&Lang=E
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