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Nevada County Marriage Records

The reason that the government keeps track of marriages is because of the fact that marriage is something that changes the status of a person. Usually, only a competent court could change the status of a person, but marriage is an exemption to that, though one must first note that marriage is actually something that could not happen without permission from the government, albeit it is a permission that seems to be always given. This permission is reflected in the fact that a couple needs a marriage license before they could get married, and after they are, they would have to get a marriage certificate. These marriage license and marriage certificates are two of the many documents that are attached to a file known as marriage records, such as Nevada County Marriage Records.

Marriage Records Nevada County, being some of the most important records in the custody of the government, is public records. They are supposed to be available to the public at all times, but because these records do represent the status not only of those who were parties to the marriage but their children, there exists the need to ensure that the authenticity of the same be preserved. It is for this reason that the general public could only get their hands on informational copies. These informational copies, while presenting the same evidence as certified copies, could only be used to provide information, unlike certified copies which could be used for official purposes.

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One source of Nevada County Marriage License Records would be the office of the local clerk-recorder. The clerk-recorder is the official custodian of all public documents. A request for records at this venue would start with the person making the request first deciding which method he or she would use. There are two methods at this venue, requesting through mail or in person. A request through mail would require the searcher to first download the relevant form and accomplish the same. Note that a request for certified copies would have to be indicated at the form, which would then have to be notarized, and a sworn statement should be attached to the same. There are no formal requisites when it comes to requests for informational copies. Once this is done, the next step would be to somehow answer for the required fee of fifteen dollars per record, and this is done by making a money order or a check. Once this is done, the final step would be to send the application form to the office for processing. A request in person is relatively easier and would only require the searcher to present himself at the office of the recorder and make the request there.

Marriage Records California are also available online, and while there are some government offices and databases that do provide this information, when using online databases, it is far better to just use those that are privately owned. They provide the same information, but unlike the government databases, most of these privately owned databases do not charge anything for the use of their services. As with all internet searches, these databases are fast, efficient, and could be used from the home of the user.

Marriage Records Nevada County
When making a request for marriage records though mail at the office of the recorder, follow the procedure given below

  • Visit the website of the office of the recorder and download the relevant form
  • Accomplish the form. Take note of the formal requisites necessary to be complied with if you are going to request for certified copies.
  • Determine your required fee and make a money order or check for the same.
  • Send all the requirements to the office for processing.

Nevada County Marriage License Records

The following links should be of further assistance

  • Nevada County
  • Clerk-Recorder
  • District Attorney
  • Library
  • Public Health
  • California Department of Public Health
  • Center for Disease Control