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Public Records Requests
Pursuant to the Florida Public Records Law, the Charlotte County Clerk of Court will permit inspection of its non-exempt public records. A copy can be provided upon payment of the appropriate fee. You may submit a Public Records Request to request public records from the Charlotte County Clerk of Court. Your request will be addressed promptly. The law also requires a five day written notice of filing a lawsuit against the Charlotte County Clerk of Court relating to a public records request.