Thursday, October 1, 2020

Clerk of Courts Free Public Seminar

Topic: Searching Public Records Using CollierClerk.com

Date: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 2-4 PM

Location: South Regional Library on Lely Cultural Blvd

Speaker: Dwight E. Brock, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Collier County

 

Did you ever want, or need, to be your own private investigator?

As custodian of public records in Collier County, the Clerk of the Circuit Court, is

making information easily accessible to citizens on www.CollierClerk.com.

Learn how easily you can find out if someone has a court record. Look up official

records like a mortgage, a deed or homeowner association documents and more. Find out how to access other online resources and services; how to pay a traffic citation, file a tenant eviction or small claims case.

 

By using www.CollierClerk.com you can learn about requirements for a passport

application, how to apply for a marriage license or check your jury service number.

This entertaining and informative seminar will highlight many online services designed to assist you from the convenience of your home.

Preregistration is required. Please sign up on the CCPL website or call 252-7542.

 

Topic: Residential Tenant Evictions

Thursday, February 26, 2015 2 – 4 PM

At the North Collier Government Services Center on Orange Blossom Drive

Speaker: Dwight E. Brock, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Collier

Gain a basic understanding of the requirements and process steps you need to follow when filing a residential tenant eviction case in accordance with the Florida Statutes, Title VI, F.S. Chapter 83, Part 2. Learn the most common reasons why landlords evict tenants and about the role of the Clerk’s Office in a tenant eviction action. Identify additional resources available through the Clerk’s website, www.CollierClerk.com, including FL approved Supreme Court forms, filing fees and helpful information on landlord-tenant rights. The seminar will provide opportunities for participants to ask questions or provide case scenarios about tenant – landlord disputes. The Clerk’s Office, however, is not does not provide legal advice. Please register in advance by going to the CCPL website or calling (239) 593- 0177.

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