Greenville County
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Clerk of Court
Civil - Common Pleas
Copies of Records

Most of the files located in the Clerk of Court’s office are available for public viewing, copying and printing. Notable exceptions include dismissed warrants, cases sealed by judicial order, juvenile cases, filings related to adoptions, or any other filings prohibited by law.

Family Court records between 1925 and April 1996 are located at the Clerk’s Circuit Court Office located at 305 E. North Street. Family Court records after April 1996 are located at the Family Court Office at 301 University Ridge. State Tax Liens up to 1999 are located in the Clerk of Court’s Office. State Tax Liens after this date and Federal Tax Liens are located at the Greenville County Register of Deeds Office located in County Square on University Ridge.

Public online searches may be performed via the Greenville County Public Index at Images of most Common Pleas (civil) court cases can be accessed and printed from this site; however, searches regarding General Sessions (criminal) cases will only display file information online.

Public records that have not been filed electronically are available for inspection on the second floor of the Greenville County Courthouse, which is located in downtown Greenville at 305 East North Street. Clerk of Court staff can assist you with copying and/or printing public records. The cost for copies and printouts is twenty-five cents ($.25) per page. The Clerk of Court’s office can also certify and seal copies and printouts for ten dollars ($10.00) per document. The fee for exemplified copies and Notary Certificates Under Seal are also ten dollars ($10.00) per document. Acceptable forms of payment include cash, money order, business check, or credit or debit card payments (requires an additional processing fee added to the charge).

Please note that some older files may not be available for immediate viewing and will have to be requested from the Clerk of Court’s off-site record retention facilities. Off-site files are generally available for viewing at the Clerk of Court’s office within a couple of business days after the request has been made.