Minnesota Court Record Ordering Process

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Process for ordering court records works in Minnesota

The check or money order for ordering court records in Minnesota must be paid to treasurer of the state of Minnesota. They also accept personal checks. You can also call or visit the official website in order to confirm the current fees.

To get additional copies of the birth record, you need to pay eight dollars and death records can be ordered by paying five dollars. The state law of Minnesota does not allow access to records via the internet or telephone. To obtain birth records from 1900 and death records from 1908, you need to by around $8.00 and $11.00 respectively.

The Department of Health of Minnesota maintains all birth records from the year 1900 and anyone can easily apply for a certified copy via showing a potential interest such as the name on birth certificate, child or grandchild of subject, spouse or legal representative. Valid signature and notarization are also required. However, you need not provide these as a requirement for the non-certified version of birth record.

For death records from 1908, you need to provide subject named on death certificate, child or grandchild of subject. For certified version, you need signature and notarization. However, you would not require the same for a non-certified version.

For more details on ordering court records works in Minnesota, you can visit the official website at the address mentioned below: www.mn.us

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