Floyd County Clerk of Court

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Superior Court is a trial court of general jurisdiction. The court has exclusive, constitutional authority over felony cases prosecuted by the District Attorney’s Office regarding title to land, equity, declaratory judgments, habeas corpus, mandamus, quo warrant, prohibition, adoptions, and divorce. This court is authorized to correct errors made by lower courts by using certiorari and, for some lower courts, the right to direct review by this court applies.

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Georgia Notary Public's

The office of the Clerk of Superior Court approves and issues commissions of notary public. Each commission is for a term of four years and may be renewed prior to the expiration of the notary’s term of office.

Notary applications must be completed online, then print your notary application and follow the instructions that are printed with your notary package. A current (within the past 30 days) criminal history must be provided with the application.

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