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Welcome to the St. Tammany Parish Clerk of Court Website

Our mission at the Clerk's office is to diligently perform the duties and functions of this office responsibly and with the utmost respect for you and the public records.  We welcome your questions, concerns or input about our site or our office, and comments can be emailed HERE.  We hope that your experiences with our office are professional, yet pleasant, and we look forward to serving you! 




As required by State Law, R.S. 1:55A(1), R.S. 1:55 B(1)(a) and R.S. 1:55 E(1)(a)(i), the Clerk’s Office will be closed 


Monday, May 28, 2018

for Memorial Day.

The Clerk's Office will resume its normal business hours on Tuesday May 29, 2018. We look forward to serving you at that time.  




Effective June 1, 2018, the Civil Department will scan all pleadings/documents at the time of filing, and again once the pleadings have been issued. In an effort to provide the public online access to all filings in an expedited manner, pleadings will no longer be scanned separately, but rather scanned together as they appear at the time of filing. (e.g. Petition with supporting documents and exhibits will all be scanned as a “Petition”).

Please contact the Civil Department Head with any questions.



We are proud to now offer e-Filing for Civil and Criminal documents, e-Recording for Mortgages and Conveyances, and e-Certification of your documents.  Reduce wait times, save postage and travel costs, and conduct business at your convenience by utilizing our new e-Services today! 


You may register for e-Filing webinars at Tyler Registration, and obtain CLE credit for each person in your office who registers.




About Us

The role of the Clerk of Court  is to maintain and preserve the official records of St. Tammany Parish. This includes processing and recording all land records, UCC documents, and civil and criminal court proceedings for the 22nd Judicial District, as well as issuing marriage licenses, providing copies of birth and death records, and processing passports. In addition, the Clerk serves on the Board of Elections Supervisors and oversees all elections, election equipment and election personnel.  The Clerk of Court’s office is a fee-for-service agency and does not receive taxpayer money to operate.


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