2010 Florida Statutes
CLERKS OF THE CIRCUIT COURTS
Bond of circuit court clerks; small counties.
Bond of circuit court clerks; large counties.
Obligation of sureties.
Justification of sureties.
Power of clerk to appoint deputies.
Place of office.
Place of residence.
Clerk ad interim.
Petitions and records of dissolution of marriage; additional charges.
Clerk of the board of county commissioners.
To keep papers.
Records, judgments, orders, and decrees prior to circuit courts.
Records from superior courts.
Certain records from prior county courts.
Clerk to keep docket.
Minutes of court proceedings.
Disposal of physical evidence filed as exhibits.
Pro se assistance.
Clerk to be county recorder.
Electronic filing process.
Electronic access to official records.
Public records capital improvement plan.
Probate records; recordation.
Service charges by clerks of courts.
Advance payments by clerk of circuit court.
Service charges by clerk of the circuit court.
Service charges and filing fees in probate matters.
Cost recovery; use of the circuit court for ordinance or special law violations.
Filing fees for trial and appellate proceedings.
Service charges retained when case laid in wrong venue.
Personal liability for accepting checks.
Transmittal of funds to Department of Revenue; uniform remittance form required.
Transfer of trust funds in excess of amount needed for clerk budgets.
Payment of court-related fees, charges, and costs; partial payments; distribution of funds.
Recording of orders and judgments.
Records; destruction; reproduction; electronic recordkeeping.
Notice to county commissioners of intent to destroy; approval of board.
Destruction of certain instruments.
Investment of county funds by the clerk of the circuit court.
Salary discrimination based on gender or race; review within the county and circuit courts.
Exemption from court-related fees and charges.
Florida Clerks of Court Operations Corporation.
Fines, fees, service charges, and costs remitted to the state.
Manual of court-related filing fees, charges, costs, and fines.
Adoption of rules relating to ss. 28.35, 28.36, and 28.37.
Clerk discontinuance of court-related functions.
Provision of financial data to Executive Office of the Governor.