How to use Public-record in a sentence

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  • It's all public record.

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  • The Public Record of Horatio Seymour (New York, 1868) includes his speeches and official papers between 1856 and 1868.

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  • Pertz made frequent journeys of exploration to the leading libraries and public record offices of Europe, publishing notes on the results of his explorations in the Archiv.

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  • It was erected between 1786 and 1796, and is adjoined by other court buildings, the public record office, containing a vast collection, and the police offices.

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  • Much of the material was incorporated by Bishop Challoner in his Memoir of Missionary Priests (1741), and the MS. is now in the Public Record Office in Brussels.

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  • It was eventually placed in the Public Record Office, London, where it can be seen in a glass case in the museum.

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  • Both these works were composed entirely from the original documents at the Public Record Office, London, and the archives of jersey and Guernsey.

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  • The maps, some of which were injured by a fire in 1711, are preserved in the Public Record Office, Dublin.

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  • The Calendar of Documents relating to Ireland in the Public Record Office extends from 1171 to 1307.

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  • The name of "Ragman" has been sometimes confined to the record of 1296, of which an account is given in Calendar of Documents relating to Scotland preserved in the Public Record Office, London (1884), vol.

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  • He dismissed suggestions of impropriety and said the case is a matter of public record thanks to rules the government had introduced.

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  • They are public record and available to anyone, which is a free municipal service.

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  • These sections include your installment accounts, revolving accounts and public record information.

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  • To use Public Record Spy, you must provide the individual's first and last names, middle initial and the state you want to perform the search in.

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  • Terms of the contract have been leaked, as they had to be filed in a Los Angeles court for a judge's approval and thus became public record.

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  • Once a person's will goes into probate, the contents of the will are a matter of public record.

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  • RootsWeb offers a bountiful array of resources, from searchable databases and public record indexes to more than 372 million family trees, called the WordConnect Project.

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  • Depending on the type of public record you need, you may have several options.

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  • A public record is any information received or created by a public agency which it is required by law to keep.

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  • Public Records Online Searches offers thousands of links to public record searches in every state and county in the United States.

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  • Crim Check.com offers links to 1,330 state, county, city and federal sites where you can access public record information for free.

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  • Public Record Center allows you to conduct free public record searches for billions of records.

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  • Search Systems.net offers free access to its 47,255 links leading to free public record databases.

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  • Multiple databases and websites are available with a wealth of public record information.

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  • Larger county offices may also have public record databases online.

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  • You can click on the state your ancestor was divorced in to find more information concerning your state's public record requirements.

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  • For example, for a free public record search in the state of Florida, just enter the words "free Florida public records search."

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  • You may click on the state link to obtain more information, including contact information for public record repositories.

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  • You can do much of your public record research from your home computer, since a large number of these records are available online.

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  • SnoopStation is one of the few websites that does actually offer visitors a chance to look for public record information free, all in one place.

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  • In addition, stockholders are not part of the public record.

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