The Civil Clerk of Court office will be closed Wednesday Oct 28th due to the approaching storm, see closure orders below

Motion and Order to Close Civil District Court
Motion and Order to Close Civil District Clerk of Court Office
Memorandum, Emergency Closure

Due to an expected power outage to impact the Civil Courthouse Building, the online systems (Civil Remote Access and Civil E-Filing) will not be available October 31, 2020 and is expect to be back up on November 2, 2020. Emergency filings are always available by calling (504) 407-0000.

Legal Holiday Memorandum - Tuesday, November 3, 2020 General Election Day - 2020

Legal Holiday Memorandum - Wednesday, November 11, 2020 Veterans Day- 2020

Welcome to Archives Month October 2020!

Notarial Archives Research Center Blogs Click Here

Architectural Drawings Virtual Showcase Click Here


Chelsey Richard Napoleon Clerk of Court and Ex-Officio Recorder Chelsey Richard Napoleon
Clerk of Court
and Ex-Officio Recorder
Welcome to the Clerk of the Civil District Court for Orleans Parish's website!

The Clerk's Office is dedicated to providing prompt, knowledgeable, and professional service to the Court, members of the bar, and the public. It is our mission to serve the public in an efficient, effective, and ethical manner.

Our office consists of two divisions - Land Records and Civil. Our Civil Division is where civil cases, such as personal injury, accidents, successions and foreclosures are filed. Domestic matters, such as divorce and child support, are also handled in the Civil Division.

Our Land Records Division is where documents regarding property are recorded. Documents regarding changes in ownership, sales donations, as well as, mortgages, liens, and encumbrances are recorded in our Land Records Division.

The Notarial Archives Research Center is also located in our Land Records Division. These documents, which date back to the 1700s, represent the rich history of New Orleans. Our archives can be used for property, genealogical, architectural and landscaping research.

To make the information we maintain more accessible, all documents recorded and filed in the Clerk's Office are scanned and can be accessed electronically online.

As committed public servants, we are available to you in person, by mail, by telephone, and via our website.
Chelsey Richard Napoleon Clerk of Court and Ex-Officio Recorder

www.orleanscivilclerk.com