Are marriage licenses a matter of public record?

Answer Most states consider marriage records to be a matter of public record, according to Spies Online. These records are released to anyone that inquires about them and includes names, addresses, date o... Read More »

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Are Marriage Licenses Public Record?

Most states consider marriage licenses to be public records. That does not mean that they are universally accessible. Most of the time, you need to have specific information about the parties invol... Read More »

Does it mean you have filed for marriage when your name appears in the public record for a marriage?

Individuals who seek to marry apply for a marriage license--a legal document authorizing the marriage. The couple completes a portion of the license before the ceremony, and the officiant signs and... Read More »

Are Tennessee driver's licenses public record?

In September 2008, the Freedom of Information Act required all states to provide public access to all motor vehicle information. Tennessee was required to provide public access to an electronic cop... Read More »

Are depositions a matter of public record?

A deposition can become a matter of public record. It is considered a court record, and unlike testimony, becomes accessible to the public. The only time this isn't true is if your case is settled ... Read More »