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Process ordering court records works in Utah

All the checks or money orders should be made payable to Utah Department of Health. You can also pay via personal check. If you want to confirm the current fees, you need to visit the official website of the department. Any additional copy of vital records in Utah can be bought for a sum of five dollars each.

For birth and death records from 1905 onwards, you require to pay about twelve dollars and nine dollars each.

Utah restricts birth and death records to the person named on the records or his or her immediate kin. The following information should be attached with your record.

a) The full name of the individual as mentioned on the record
b) The date of birth/death
c) The place of birth/death
d) Father’s full name
e) Mother’s full name
f) Mother’s full maiden name
g) Your relationship with the individual mentioned on the records
h) Your daytime telephone number with area code
i) Your full mailing address
j) Your full handwritten signature
k) Your name
l) The valid reason for request

In case, the birth you want to locate has occurred from 1890-1904 in Salt Lake City or Ogden, you may contact the city health department. Death records in Utah from 1905-1950 are also available from the Utah state archives via paying $0.25 per page.

For more details on ordering court records works in Utah, you can visit the official website at the address mentioned below: www.utah.gov

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