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In North Carolina, copies of death records cannot be obtained for free. However, death records can be found at the North Carolina Vital Records Office or at the office of the Register of Deeds in the county where the death occurred. Note that searches and requests for death certificates can only be made for a fee.
Are South Carolina Marriage Records Public Information? Yes. South Carolina marriage records are public information in the state of South Carolina and may be requested by interested parties.
In accordance with the state statutes, North Carolina records pertaining to divorce, annulment, and dissolution of the union are designated public information and as such available to anyone.
Death certificates are considered public records in North Carolina. Anyone can request an uncertified North Carolina death record, but they will need specific information about the deceased, such as: the name as it was stated on the certificate, the date of death, the location, city, and or county.
In North Carolina, death certificates began to be issued on a statewide basis in October of 1913.
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For records prior to 1962, contact the county register of deeds where the marriage license was issued. Divorce Certificates: NC Vital Records has copies of divorce records dating back to 1958. For records prior to 1958, contact the county clerk of court where the divorce was filed.
North Carolina Divorce Records These records are typically kept in files in the clerk of courts' offices. They may also be accessed through the North Carolina Department of Vital Records. Certified copies or expedited access may require a fee.
You can get a copy of a divorce judgment from the clerk of court's office in the county where the divorce was granted for a fee.
If you don't have the case number but you do have the exact date, the Registrar at the High Court can use the information to search the divorce records of that year, month and day to retrieve the file from the archives, after which a copy will be made that is stamped and signed by the High Court.
NCAOC offers online remote access to both criminal and civil information from all 100 North Carolina counties. The North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts (NCAOC) offers online remote access to both criminal and civil information from all 100 North Carolina counties.

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