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  2. Through our partnership with PeopleFinders.com USA Trace delivers our Customers Industry-Leading data by combining over 43 Billion Verified Public Records giving you the most comprehensive Background, Criminal, People, Marriage and Divorce Checks available Online. SSN Search; Public Records Search; Reverse Phone; Background Check – Others

  3. California Public Records | StateRecords.org

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    The California Public Record Act preserves access to almost all public records, ranging from social media content and interactions by a government agency to inmate locations. Consequently, California residents can make copies of open records and gain public access to free court records by contacting the record custodian.

  4. 15 Completely Free Reverse Phone Lookup with Name (No Charge)

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    This free cell phone number lookup with a name of no charge can be helpful even if all you know is the person’s phone number or residential address. Unlike other services, TruePeopleSearch gives all the related information according to the search. It extracts information from public records, social media, etc.

  5. Public Records Requests - Miami-Dade County

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    The below list is a sample of records available to the public. Notice of Proposed Property Taxes; Photos (if available) Building sketches (if available) Property cards; Fees may apply as set forth in section 119.07, Florida Statutes; a standard charge of 15 cents ($.15) per page will be charged for the incidental photo copying of public records.

  6. How to Lookup Public Eviction Records in 5 Minutes (for Free)

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    In Wisconsin, if the eviction case was dismissed, it will be automatically removed from public records after 2 years, meaning it will no longer appear on a rental history/eviction records report. New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Washington, D.C., are currently considering legislation that would allow tenants to seal an eviction case.

  7. DORA Public Information and Records | Department of ...

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    *A fee of twenty five cents ($0.25) per standard page and fifty cents ($0.50) per double-sided page will be charged except as otherwise specifically provided by law, as is the case of the Public Utilities Commission which will charge twenty cents ($0.20) per standard page for copies of records pursuant to §40-6-105.