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 TERREBONNE PARISH CLERK OF COURT

Honorable Theresa A. Robichaux

Clerk of Court

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*OUR OFFICE WILL BE OPEN WITH REDUCED HOURS BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2020 FROM 8:30 A.M. UNTIL 12:30 P.M.  FOR THE SAFETY OF STAFF AND THE PUBLIC, WE WILL FOLLOW THE SAME PROCEDURES AS THE GOVERNMENT TOWER BUILDING AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC WILL NOT BE ALLOWED INSIDE OF THE COURTHOUSE BUILDING.  OUR OFFICE WILL ACCEPT RECORDINGS AND EMERGENCY FILINGS ONLY. 

We will work to accommodate your needs to the best of our ability under the circumstances and appreciate your patience and understanding.

Click here for the latest Operations of Louisiana Clerks of Court issued by the LA Clerks of Court Association.

OTHER IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

We are no longer issuing birth certificates or marriage licenses except in emergencies.  Please call 985-868-5660 if you have an emergency situation.

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The 32nd Judicial District Courts are closed from 4:30 p.m. on March 20, 2020 and will remain closed until 8:00 a.m. on Monday, April 13, 2020.  All jury trials are cancelled through April 10, 2020.  All jurors who have been summoned to appear from March 20-April 10, 2020 are dismissed.  Click here to see full Order.

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We are no longer accepting appointments for passport applications effective March 18, 2020.  Resumption of service is unknown at this time, but all information concerning passports will be posted to this site. You can go to www.travel.state.gov for more information.

Archives Department

The Archives department is located on the second floor of the old courthouse building in the office of the Clerk of Court.

 Phone: 985-868-5660

 Fax: 985-868-8166

Supervisor: Brenda Lovoi

 

The Archives department was created in 2018 and is responsible for the back-scanning of all records into the computer system. The objective of the Archives department is to have an electronic record of every original document available for viewing. This process will allow records to be stored safely for viewing, as well as backed up electronically to an off-site location for safekeeping.

 

As records are stored into the Clerk’s computer data system, those records are then manually relocated into on-site storage to make room in the departments for the more recent filings. All original records that must be maintained by the Clerk of Court are available to view either by computer or in its original form.

 

The Archives department is also responsible for the retention schedule of all records in the possession of the Clerk of Court in every area of the office. Ms. Lovoi is also the liaison with the Secretary of State’s office for retention purposes.

 


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