Give it up about the UCC. It won't work, and would more than likely be considered a "bogus filing" and thrown out by any judge. Depending on the state, it might also land you in jail/fined.
It appears that law enforcement is taking greater notice of the bogus UCC filing/harassment lien issue lately. The Circuit Court of Will County, IL is hearing case # 2012 CF 235, The People of the State of Illinois v. Sharon Jamieson. The defendant is charged with 3 counts of mail fraud (class 3 felony) in conjunction with using the US Postal Service to deliver allegedly fraudulent UCC financing statements to the IL Secretary of State.
Trust me, there is NOTHING TO BE GAINED via ordinary people filing these unless it is for a legitimate business transaction involving personal property (under article 9).
It it were a viable option for some kind of personal gain, other well-known people would have taken advantage of it.
You haven't discovered some kind of glaring loophole that a well educated lawyer hasn't stumbled upon.
These are also not legal documents by the way. They are public notices, and it is up to a judge in a court of law to determine the legal sufficiency of them.
Depending on your state, one could file a UCC-1 with the debtor "Darth Vader" and have "The Emperor" as the secured party, and the "Death Star" as the collateral. UCC documents only become legally relevant when they are used in court.
UCC (and more specifically those sovereign citizen) people crack me up.
edit on 18-11-2012 by MystikMushroom because: (no reason given)