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You can subscribe to the Bossier Parish, in the State of Louisiana Clerk of Courts service to browse for civil, criminal, marriage, property records, or recorded documents.
Browse the Caddo Parish, in the State of Louisiana's recorded documents database. (mortgages, deeds, liens, judgments, and etc.) You can view mortgage, conveyance, chattel, civil, criminal or marriage documents. It requires registration and also a fee.
Use this Calcasieu Parish, State of Louisiana Clerk of Court service to search for Recorded documents. Including deeds, mortgages, liens, judgments, etc. Access requires registration. Actual document copies require a fee.
You can use the fee based service from the DeSoto Parish, State of Louisiana's Clerk of Courts, and look at real estate records.
You can subscribe with the Iberia Parish, from the State of Louisiana's Clerk of Court, and have access to the recorded documents site. Civil Suits, conveyances, criminal, marriages, mortgages, or probate. Select Services, then Internet Access information to get a registration form.
Subscribe to the Jackson Parish, State of Louisiana WebView system to have access to their marriage and property records. Sign up instructions are shown on site.
Use this fee based Lincoln Parish, State of Louisiana Clerk of Court service to search for recorded documents. Requires installation of Microsoft NET Framework 2.0.
Subscribe to this fee based service from the Livingston Parish State of Louisiana Clerk of Courts to search recorded documents.
Subscribe to this fee based WebView service from the Natchitoches Parish, State of Louisiana Clerk of Court's office to view recorded document information (deeds, mortgages, liens, etc.).
Paid subscribers may search the Orleans Parish, State of Louisiana Civil District Court's recorded documents database for conveyance, mortgage or court records; subscription info available at "Remote Access Info" link on side toolbar.
Subscribe for this fee based system with the Sabine Parish, State of Louisiana Clerk of Court to have access to their online recorded documents information.
Use this service from the St. Bernard Parish, State of Louisiana Clerk of Court to search for recorded documents by name, book/page, file number, date range, etc.
St. Tammany Parish, State of Louisiana Clerk of Court service for recorded documents (deeds, mortgages, liens, etc.). Requires paid membership.
Use this Tangipahoa Parish, State of Louisiana Clerk of Court service to search for recorded documents (deeds, mortgages, liens, etc.). Access requires an account subscription with the Clerk of Court.