Electronic Records Disclaimer
While every effort is made to provide accurate electronic records, the County Clerk does not certify the authenticity of the contents contained in instruments or other documents when filed with the Travis County Clerk’s Office, whether in electronic or other form, and stored electronically. With respect to such records, neither Travis County, nor the Travis County Clerk, nor any officials or employees of either of the foregoing, shall be responsible for or liable for, in whole or in part, any of the following: (a) any errors or omissions which may occur in such records or in searches for records; (b) any damages, losses, or injuries arising, in whole or in part, from errors or omissions in such records and searches.
In addition, neither Travis County, nor the Travis County Clerk, nor any officials or employees of either of the foregoing, shall be responsible for or liable for, in whole or in part, any of the following: (a) any actions taken as a result of any reliance upon such records or searches, or for any other consequence of such reliance; (b) the use or misuse of any information contained within this website from whatever source. Travis County and the Travis County Clerk hereby disclaim any and all liability for any damages, losses or injuries to any person or property, however arising, in connection with any action, use, or misuse that may occur in connection with any information obtained from this website, from whatever source. Users are hereby given notice that the user assumes full responsibility and risk related to its use or misuse of such information.
Notice is hereby given to all users that information obtained from this website must not be modified or changed and presented afterwards as official government information.
Why We Cannot Give Legal Advice
Since we often deal with legal processes, it makes sense that customers would come to us for advice on certain issues. However, all employees of the Travis County Clerk’s Office are prohibited by law from offering legal advice to customers.
There are several reasons why this should be the case:
- It is important that clerks remain neutral in the administration of legal matters.
- We cannot determine what is in the best interest of the court user.
- We cannot share information unequally, nor can we give advice or information that favors one side or another in a legal matter.
- Most importantly, only licensed attorneys may give legal advice.
If you are in need of legal advice, we recommend that you contact an attorney.