Effective January 1, 2018, all filing fees for maps and plats shall be paid through the Georgia Superior Court Clerks’ Cooperative Authority (GSCCCA) efiling portal at the time of submission.All maps and plats reviewed by and/or approved by the Gwinnett County Department of Planning and Development shall not be exempt from this filing fee requirement, and filing fees for all filers will be required at time of submission for recording through (Read more ...) Official Code of Georgia Annotated Section 15-6-67(b), effective January 1, 2017, requires that all plats and condominium plans submitted for filing with the clerk of superior court shall be submitted electronically.The clerk of superior court shall file and record plats and condominium plans relating to real estate in the county when submitted for filing as provided in this Code section and accompanied with any required filing fees or costs set forth in Official Code of Georgia Annotated Section 15-6-77.In Senate Bill 255, the General Assembly has substantially rewritten Georgia's Garnishment Code. In looking for ways to break down language barriers, the Gwinnett Judicial Circuit and Clerk of Court have added the Google Translate application to the Clerk of Court website.The Google Translate icon is located in the top right hand corner of every page.If you have questions about any court or case matter, please call the appropriate phone number or come to the courthouse. Every effort is made to assure the information on this site is accurate and up-to-date.However, the information, although believed to be accurate and current, is not guaranteed.
Pursuant to the new statute controlling garnishments, O. In other words, both the application and proof of service must be in the clerk’s file to proceed with funds disbursement with no exceptions. 18-4-6(b) which requires the Attorney General to develop a list of exemptions from garnishment and maintain the list on the Department of Law's website.
If your DD-214 has been recorded somewhere else and you are now living in Gwinnett County, simply bring your DD-214 conforming to STANDING ORDER ORDER SETTING WARRANT APPLICATION FEE Pursuant to authority granted the undersigned by O. This new filing fee shall become effective as of April 1, 2017.
(Read more ...) ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION .00 FILING FEE INCREASE EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2017, PURSUANT TO THE STANDING ORDER FILED NOVEMBER 9, 2016 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF GWINNETT COUNTY, ALL CIVIL COURTS WILL HAVE A .00 FILING FEE INCREASE.
To record your DD Form 214 you will need one of the following: Alexander stated, "I have discovered that many veterans do not know about this service and did not have their DD-214 recorded. 15-10-82, the filing fee for a criminal warrant application is hereby set at .00.
Although veterans may have recorded their DD-214 in their home town or in a county or another state far away from Gwinnett, you are encouraged to record them here as well. This amount does not include the Law Library fee, which the Clerk of Court is required to collect pursuant to local act of the General Assembly and in accordance with the order of the Chief Judge of the Superior Court of Gwinnett County dated December 9, 2008 (08-AA-0443). Therefore, the total filing fee (inclusive of the Law Library fee) for criminal warrant applications, unless waived by statue or the Court, shall be .00.