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Court Records Online
The current ruleset governing access to court records has been in development for over a decade. Starting with a moratorium in 2004 under AOSC04-04, the Florida Supreme Court (Court) placed restrictions on viewing court document images on the Internet. By 2007, the Court allowed attorneys to view non-confidential records via a subscription service under AOSC07-49.
In 2007, with an eye to a future of increased demand to view court records online, the Court amended Rule 2.420 that identified specific information as confidential, required the Clerk of Circuit Court (Clerk) to keep such information confidential, and required filers to notify the Clerk, at the time of filing, if the filing contained confidential information.
Sensitive (but not confidential) information was addressed in 2011 by Rule 2.425. This rule required the filer to minimize the inclusion of sensitive information in court documents. Read More
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Courts Self Service CenterThe center provides interactive pro se court forms for areas such as, but not limited to, landlord tenant evictions, simplified dissolution of marriage, and protective injunctions. Available Forms
The Florida Bar provides information for the public on certain general areas of law as well as specific legal issues in their Consumer Pamphlets. These pamphlets are available via The Florida Bar web site. Florida Bar Consumer Pamphlets
Record Official Records ElectronicallySimplifile provides a simple secure recording service via the internet.
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Pay Traffic Tickets OnlineYou may pay your traffic citation online if payment is being made within 30 days of the date of issuance of the citation. The Clerk & Comptroller's online Traffic Payment system is provided in conjunction with MyFloridaCounty.com Your Options for Making Traffic Citation Payments
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Pasco County Official Records SearchOfficial Records are searchable by name within document types and date ranges. Book & Page and Instrument Numbers also allow direct access to individual documents. The Official Records system contains documents related to property such as deeds and mortgages. They also contain many court documents including final judgments. Indexes are available from 1975 onward through the current date. Images from 1990 to the present are viewable online by the public except for the following restricted document types: Documents related to Probate or Family Law cases, Military Discharges, and Death Certificates. Learn more about Protected Personal Information in the Public Record
Step-by-step instructions on using this site to search for personal information Official Records Search
Public Records Self Service CenterThe center provides interactive forms, applications and handbooks for areas such as marriage licenses, passports and subscriber services. Available Forms
Statewide Official Records SearchMyFloridaCounty.com offers statewide Official Records Index searches. Copies of recorded documents may be purchased online. Go to MyFloridaCounty.com's Official Records Search
Subscribe!An Enhanced Internet Access Service (EIAS) subscription will provide the web user with greater depth search capabilities. EIAS subscription service provides access to:
- Images of available Official Records (from early 1975 to the current date) and the ability to print copies of images
- Access to deed search capabilities
- Access to owner financed mortgage search capabilities
- Access to circuit civil court case indexes
- Access to circuit civil new case search capabilities by case type
- Access to county civil court case indexes
- Access to county civil new case search capabilities by case type
- Access to small claims court case indexes
- Access to small claims new case search capabilities by case type
- Access to probate and guardianship case indexes
- Access to probate and guardianship new case search capabilities by case type
- The option to download information files/reports.
- Foreclosure Lis Penden Search
- Foreclosure Sale Search
The available files for download are:
- Official Records Index
- Traffic Citation Data
- Tenant Eviction Data
Other applications will be added to the EIAS services as they become available.
- One time non-refundable set up charge of $35 to account subscribers
- Minimum deposit in the amount of $125 to open an escrow account
- $40 annual subscription fee
Clerk & Comptroller
Director of Records
P.O. Box 338
New Port Richey, FL 34656-0338
All payments must be remitted in U.S. currency
Service agreement can be completed online using Adobe Acrobat. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer, click the link below to download the free Adobe Reader.
Government Access Agreement Non-Government Access Agreement
If you require additional information you may contact the Records Division of the Office of the Clerk & Comptroller at (352) 521-4469, (352) 521-4518 or (352) 521-4534. If you are not in a local calling area for Dade City or New Port Richey, please call (800) 368-4274 and ask extension 4469, 4518 or 4534.