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Effective June 1, 2012, the Clerk of Courts will no longer accept cash for publication fees. You may pay with a separate check or money order made payable to the Gwinnett Daily Post for in county publication.
Richard T. Alexander, Jr. has been sworn in as Clerk of Gwinnett Superior Court. Mr. Alexander also serves as Clerk of Gwinnett State Court as well as Gwinnett Magistrate Court.
It has been brought to our attention by our mail room and the U.S. Postal Service that the self-addressed stamped envelopes provided by attorneys and bulk filer pro se litigants have not had sufficient postage and/or proper sized envelopes to accommodate the pleading(s).
With strict budget constraints, The Clerk of Court, Gwinnett County, The U.S. Postal Service, as well as the taxpayers of Gwinnett County will no longer be able to pick up the extra expense to cover insufficient postage.
Effective immediately, any pleading to be returned in a self-addressed stamped envelope that does not meet the proper size requirements or have sufficient postage will be held in the file until it is picked up by the attorney or pro se litigant or a proper envelope is received by our office with sufficient postage to cover its return.
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