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Please call Civil Court Records at (727) 464-7000 for more information.Request For Protected Address Pursuant to Florida Statutes, the following personnel and their spouses and children may request protected address status.
The Clerk of the Circuit Court maintains land records dating back to 1653.Certified copies of Virginia birth, death, marriage and divorce certificates are available through the Virginia Office of Vital Records.The Clerk of the Circuit Court records deeds and marriage licenses.“The home addresses, telephone numbers, social security, numbers and photographs of active or specified agency, law enforcement, judiciary personnel, firefighters, etc.….” (See Section 119.071(4)(d) 2a-l, Florida Statutes for a complete list of information/agency personnel.) Enter your information in the Request for Protected Address Form, print it then submit it by fax, mail or bring it directly to any of the Clerk's office locations.Visit the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s website for information on sealing or expunging a case or record.
To view older records or conduct more in-depth searches, please contact the Clerk’s Research Department at (772) 462-6930.
Section 4 refers to paragraph 4 of the Limitations on Gifts section of the Ethics Act - RCW (4).
This section imposes more stringent limitations on gifts that can be received by officers and employees that are considered “Section 4” employees.
from a recorded document within the OFFICIAL RECORDS IMAGES ON THE INTERNET (Mortgages, Deeds, Affidavits, Agreements, Financing Statements, etc.), please click on this link: Official Records/Recorded Documents Redaction Request Form. Or you may download and print a form to submit to the Clerk's Office by using the contained within a COURT CASE FILE (Civil, Criminal, Traffic, and Probate case files), please click on this link: Court Case File Redaction Request Form to submit your request online.
Or you may download and print a form to submit to the Clerk's Office by using the Enter your information, print it then submit it by fax, mail or bring it directly to any of the Clerk's Offices.
To determine if you are a Section 4 employee, you must ask yourself three questions: Did you participate in the regulatory or contractual matters with that person?