Does Florida have public records?

Does Florida have public records?

Florida Public Records The Florida State Records website provides every Florida resident with tools to access public records. ... The state of Florida started generating public records in 1849 and these records usually include information from 67 counties.

Where can I record a deed in Hillsborough County?

Hillsborough County, Florida
  • Clerk of the Circuit Court. 419 Pierce St, Rm 140 / PO Box 3249, Tampa, Florida 3361-3249. ...
  • Brandon Office - Regional Service Center. 311 Pauls Dr, Brandon, Florida 33511. ...
  • South Shore Office - Regional Service Center. 410 30th St SE, Ruskin, Florida 33570. ...
  • Plant City Office.

Where can I record a Notice of Commencement in Hillsborough County?

The above documents and payment can be electronically recorded using an e-Recording vendor (see e-Recording Services FAQ above), mailed to Hillsborough County Clerk of Court Official Records, PO Box 3249, Tampa FL 33602-3249, or recorded in person at our Official Records service locations.

How do I make my public records private?

How to remove my name from public records in 10 easy steps
  1. Step 1: Google yourself. ...
  2. Step 2: Change your address and phone number. ...
  3. Step 3: Start a business. ...
  4. Step 4: Visit the county clerk's office. ...
  5. Step 5: Take a trip to the DMV. ...
  6. Step 6: Make the rounds. ...
  7. Step 7: Request removal from information brokerage services.
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What is exempt from public records?

Records exempt from public records disclosure include: Lists of retirees' names or addresses. Social Security numbers of current and former members. Birth certificates and cause of death on death certificates. Medical information (only released if the member has provided a release).