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How do you find public records for Brevard Country?

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Brevard County, Florida court, sheriff and property public records may be found online, as of November 2015. The same records may be viewed in-person in the offices of these organizations. The addresses and telephone numbers for these county offices are available on their websites.

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Navigate to the Brevard County Clerk of the Court Public Records Search website. Click on the information you would like to search, such as case search, child support/alimony and marriage license or wills, among other areas. Clicking on Case Search permits you to search Brevard County court cases by case number, name, driver’s license number or other criteria. There is no fee for this search.

Brevard County Sheriff’s Office public records are available as listed on the sheriff’s Public Records page. Local background checks are available for a fee, but case reports, arrest reports and all other publicly available documents are free for the first 10 pages. The Sheriff’s Office charges 15 cents a page for records in excess of 10 pages, as of November 2015.

The Brevard County Property Appraiser records are searchable by the owner’s name, street address, parcel identification or subdivision identification, among other things. The categories of real estate public records available include real estate sales, residential sales, condominium sales and commercial real estate sales.

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