Welcome to the Official Website of the Superior Court Clerks of Georgia

What is a superior court clerk? Superior court clerks have been around since the inception of the State of Georgia. "Clerk of Court" is one of four elected county offices created by the Georgia Constitution. Each of Georgia’s 159 counties has one. Clerks are the official record keepers of the county—they receive and maintain criminal and civil court filings and serve as custodian of county land and property records.


17 Oct And That's a Wrap!

The 2019 COAG Fall Conference has officially come to a close-- it was a great conference with lots of fun, spectacular educational sessions, and ample fellowship. Please feel free to post photos on our Facebook page and be sure to mark your calendars for the Summer Conference to be held June 10-12, 2020. Thank you all!

15 Oct Did you know the Clerk of the Superior Court manages the real estate and personal property records of the county in which they serve?

Clerks are responsible for receiving, processing, indexing, and reproducing all records for land (real estate) and personal property bought, sold, or otherwise conveyed or encumbered. All real and personal property records are open for public inspection and copying. [Source: OCGA § 15-6-61]

14 Oct 2019 COAG Fall Conference

Today marks the start of the fall conference held by the Constitutional Officers Association of Georgia. Clerks are gathered in Savannah, GA with their fellow constitutional officers-- probate judges, sheriffs, and tax commissioners-- for training classes. Today's topics include: managing human resources, technology, and financial management.

20 Sep Did you know that the duties and services of the Clerk of the Superior Court expand far beyond the doors of his or her office?

The Clerk of Superior Court regularly interacts with 19 different state agencies, including the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Driver Services, and the Georgia Crime Information Center. Additionally, the responsibilities of the Clerk of the Superior Court are detailed in over 160 code sections of Georgia General Assembly code.