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Most Public Records are a great way to find official state web sites, and those Tax Assessors' and Recorders' offices that have developed sites for the retrieval of available public records over the internet. Some Recorders' offices have marriage and birth records available online. Although not every county and parish has data online, many have home pages, and where neither is available a phone number has been provided in most cases.

 

Public records refers to information that has been filed or recorded by local, state, federal or other government agencies, such as corporate and property records. Public records are created by the federal and local government, vital records, immigration records, real estate records, driving records, criminal records, etc. or by the individual magazine subscriptions, voter registration, etc. Most essential public records are maintained by the government and many are accessible to the public either free of charge or for an administrative fee. Availability is determined by federal, state, and local regulations.

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Public records are held in physical files. Many public records are available via Internet or other sources; even though public records are indeed "public", their accessibility is not always simple, free or easy. Some states such as California have separate policies that govern the availability of information contained in public records. The PRA or public records act states that "except for certain explicit exceptions, personal information maintained about an individual may not be disclosed without the person's consent."