Civil Case Access
The Civil Case Information Website contains case summary and register of action information for cases dating back to 1996 for unlimited/complex civil actions and dating back to 2005 for limited civil actions. Most documents filed on or after January 1, 2008 may be downloaded and viewed(fees apply). Additionally, documents purchased online can now be electronically certified (additional fees apply). For cases and documents filed prior to these dates, contact the court where the case was filed.

Click here for more information regarding viewing/purchasing documents as well as a notice of sanctions for including social security numbers and financial account information on documents filed with the court.

To access unlawful detainer / eviction cases, you must provide: the complete name of one plaintiff, the complete name of one defendant, and the exact address of the subject premises as provided on the complaint.

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