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County Clerk

Overview

                  

The office of County Clerk has been in existence in Texas since 1836, superseding the “escribano” of Spanish-Mexican rule.  The Texas Constitution, Section 20, Article 5 provides:

“There shall be elected for each county, by qualified voters, a County Clerk, who shall hold his office for four years, who shall be clerk of the County and Commissioners Courts and recorder of the county, whose duties, perquisites and fees of office shall be prescribed by the Legislature and a vacancy in whose office shall be filled by the County Commissioners Court until the next general election; provided that in counties having a population of less than 8,000 there may be an election of a single Clerk who shall perform the duties of District and County Clerks.”

The county clerk is the record keeper and Registrar for the county, Commissioners Court, County Court and County Courts at Law.

Duties of the County Clerk include recording and filing instruments that prove ownership or interest in real property, instruments concerning the identity of persons and commercial activities; misdemeanor criminal cases; civil cases from $500 to $250,000 depending on jurisdictional limits set by statute; probate court; data collection for reporting to several state and local agencies including the County Auditor, County Treasurer, Voter Registrar, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Department of Public Safety, Attorney General, Supreme Court of Texas and Office of Court Administration.

Additional duties include: recording cattle brands, determining wet or dry liquor status for alcoholic beverage sale applications, elections where there is no designated elections administrator, records management, filing retired Notary records, Bail Bond Board member, Clerk for Juvenile Board, and Clerk for the Commissioner’s Court.

                                       

Administration   
  • Chief Deputy: Christie Wooten
                   


  Jennifer Photo 01_27_2015_Web.jpg
                    
   Jennifer Lindenzweig
   Hunt County Clerk
   Email

   2507 Lee Street
   2nd Floor
   Greenville, TX 75401

   Ph. (903) 408-4130
  
   Office Hours:
   Monday - Friday
   8:00 am - 4:30pm
       

 


                   

March 20, 2017

All normal processes will resume on Monday, March 20, 2017 at 8:00am

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Jennifer Lindenzweig,

Hunt County Clerk

 

Hunt County Clerk’s Office is MANDATORY e-filing for all Civil/Probate cases, except for those not represented by an attorney, beginning July 1, 2015
 

 

  More Information    eFileTexas.gov

                                                   
                                       
                    
 Scholarship Notice

Scholarship Application


                   

 County Clerk Fees as of January 1, 2017

Sheriff and Constable Fees 
 
Keeping of Animals in Hunt County :
    Order Prohibiting keeping of Wild Animals  
    Stock Law of 1882 Sheep/Goats/Hogs 
    Stock Law 1907 Horses Mules Jacks Jenny Cattle