Clerk of Superior Court

The Clerk of Superior Court is established in the Constitution of the State of Georgia. The Clerk's duties are statutory in nature & are found in the Official Code of Georgia in literally hundreds of statutes created by the state legislature. The Clerk & Deputy Clerks are custodians over the land & property records of the county as well as the civil & criminal files & records in the courts served.

General Duties & Responsibilities

  • Deed & Property Recording Transfer 
  • Transfer Tax & Intangible Tax Collection
  • Plat / Survey Recording
  • Military Discharge Recording
  • Trade Name Registration
  • UCC Recording
  • Lien Recording
  • Notary Public Certificates
  • Passport Acceptance Agents
  • Civil & Domestic Court Filing & Processing
  • Garnishment Filing & Management
  • Adoption Filing & Processing
  • Criminal Court Filing & Processing
  • Accountability Court Filing & Processing
  • Court Registry Management
  • Fine & Fee Collection & Disbursement
  • Records Management & Security
  • Child Support Receiver
  • Board of Equalization
  • Jury Management

Limitations on the Clerk's Office Under Georgia Code

The Clerk and Deputy Clerk desire to help all parties that ask for assistance and will attempt to do so to the best of their ability. However, under O.C.G.A. §15-19-51 no legal advice may be given by any member of this office. At no time should statements made by office staff be considered any form of legal advice. Please seek a licensed attorney for legal assistance.

Superior Court Holiday Schedule

2024 Superior Court Holiday Schedule (PDF)

General Court Information

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