Registry of the Court

Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
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One of the areas of responsibility for District and County Clerks is to manage the registry of the court. This involves receiving funds and dispensing payments as ordered by the court. After completion, you will understand the purpose and setup of the registry, your role as a clerk and how to receive and dispense payments.

Course Information Registry of the Court is a self-directed course designed for District and County Clerks in Texas. This one hour online course for District and County Clerks in Texas provides information on their roles and responsibilities regarding registry of the court to receive payments and other funds ordered paid by the court. This course meets continuing education requirements for District and County Clerks as required by Section 51. 605(c), Texas Government Code. Participants are responsible for reporting course completion to the County and District Clerks Association of Texas.

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