Request Additional Online Viewing


Pursuant to the current Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order authorizing access to electronic court records, the Clerk is authorized to make many public court document images available for online viewing. The Order and Access Security Matrix specify the security level permissions of various users depending on the case and document type. Cases and documents made confidential by statute or court order are excluded.

Go to Case Inquiry on the Public Records page to see document images that may be viewed online by the general public. To view specific, detailed case records for all case types, use the Case Inquiry to search with Name or Case Number data. In addition to case detail, you will now see many public document images displayed automatically on the docket tab within the case. Some documents must be requested and reviewed by a Clerk before they can be released for online viewing. Of course, some case types and documents are nonpublic and may not be viewed.

Request Additional Access

Additional documents may be viewed online by completing and submitting a Registration Agreement. Cases and documents made confidential by statute or court order are excluded. The Supreme Court Order requires that certain Registration Agreements must be notarized. The additional types of online viewing are:

  • Registered users gain additional online viewing options to some family, probate and documents types not permitted to be displayed to the general public. Anyone can complete, sign, and date an Agreement to become a Registered User. Notarization is not required.
  • Parties to a case (or individuals acting on behalf of a business entity that is a party) may complete an Agreement to view remotely the records in that party's cases, and the Agreement must be notarized. (Juvenile Dependency cases may not be viewed by a party due to the multiple parties and complex confidentiality laws involved). The party will receive a unique username/password login for each case you request to view.*
  • Attorneys of Record. Attorneys may gain access to cases in which they are the attorney of record. This agreement must be notarized. In cases in which you are not the Attorney of Record, you will have Registered User access. Also, Bar ID number is required.*

Online Viewing Registration Agreement

  • Government Agency Viewing. Pursuant to the current Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order authorizing access to electronic court records, each government or law enforcement agency with personnel who access electronic records in a role that must be authenticated must assign a gatekeeper to notify the Clerk's office staff of employee or contractor changes. The gatekeeper must apply by written notarized Agreement available here. The gatekeeper is responsible for maintaining their authorized user list. Forms are supplied to maintain your list of authorized users, and also to notify the Clerk’s office in the event of a change of gatekeeper or agency contact information.

Government Agency Registration Agreement - Gatekeeper Account

Gatekeeper Management Request Form

Update Agency/Gatekeeper Information

*Note that login information provided to Parties and Attorneys of Record will automatically include Registered User viewing for other cases to which the applicant is not the Party or Attorney of Record.

You may fill in the Registration Agreement online, print it, and have the Agreement notarized.

The completed, and if required notarized, forms can be emailed to: clerk@clerk.org

OR mailed to:

Clerk of Court-Information Technology
P.O. Box 6043
DeLand, FL 32721

The Clerk of the Court offers our forms in Portable Document Format (PDF). PDF files are printer independent using any printer. To read and print a PDF publication, you must have the Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed on your PC. You can download the Adobe Acrobat Reader version suitable for your system by clicking on the button below. There is no charge for this software.