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Fax Filings

Phone: (225) 389-3392


Filing of papers by facsimile transmission is allowed in 19th Judicial District Court in accordance with LAS R.S. 13:850.

The filing is deemed complete once the facsimile transmission is received in the Clerk's office and a receipt of the transmission has been transmitted to the sender by the Clerk's employee.

The original signed document, the filing fee if applicable, and the transmission fee of $5.00 should be received by the Clerk's office within five days, exclusive of legal holidays. In cases of non-compliance with these requirements, the facsimile filing shall have no force or effect.

Juvenile Suits are NOT accepted through fax filing or electronic filing. Adoptions of Minors and Juvenile Suits (Abandonment) MUST be filed in person in Room B-115 of the City Hall building.

Notices


 Effective immediately, the Clerk of Court’s hours of operation will be 8:00 a.m. through 4:30 p.m.
(Please note that the Birth Certificate office closes at 4:00 p.m. and that Birth and Death Certificates are only available at our Downtown Main Office in City Hall.)

 

*Marriage Licenses are available at our Downtown and Airline locations*

Applicants may click here to complete and transmit marriage license applications to our office in advance of your visit for fastest processing.

 

E-FILING INFO!

SIGN UP AT CLERKCONNECT.COM

-If you already have a Clerk Connect account, you do not need to set up an e-filing account. 

-You do not have to have a Clerk Connect query subscription account to e-file with the Clerk’s office.
-The email address that is entered will be the address to which all correspondence related to the filing will be sent.
-Please call (225) 389-3982 if you need assistance.

For more detailed information click our

"How-To" materials.

 

 

 

RFP

2019-12-20-RFP -- UPDATED 2/3/20 2:40 PM

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS - POSTED 1-27-2020 @ 3:30 PM

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS - POSTED 6-29-2020 @ 2:30 PM

ADDENDUM NO. 1 -- 1/24/19

 

2019-12-20-Exhibit B - sample contract

2019-12-20-Exhibit D - cost proposal

Attachment

 

It has come to our attention someone has been calling residences of East Baton Rouge claiming to be with the Clerk of Court’s office and asking for Social Security Numbers. Please be assured that it is not the Clerk’s office making these phone calls – we do not make such inquiry calls and will never ask for your Social Security Number.

 

 
The Elections Department is always seeking new commissioners to work precincts around the parish. Download the general informational brochure here and call (225) 295-4765 for more information about the upcoming classes.
 
Precinct Update Information for East Baton Rouge Parish Here