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    P:(361) 575-1478
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  • Address:

    115 N. Bridge St. Rm.103
    Victoria, TX 77901

    • The Victoria County Clerk’s Office goal is to provide the people and businesses that utilize our office with an efficient, friendly and professional service, while also preserving the integrity of our records.  We plan to continue to implement ways to make services more convenient for our users and customers, and welcome any comments or suggestions you may have regarding this web page or our office.

       

    • On June 30th, 2016, in Misc. Docket No. 16-003, the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas issued an order mandating electronic filing by attorneys in criminal cases in appellate courts, district courts, statutory county courts and constitutional county court.


      The implementation schedule is based on the counties’ 2010 Federal Census population.  We fall within the population group that is mandated for e-filing by attorneys on January 1st, 2019.  We've been offering permissive criminal e-filing since November 1st, 2015.

       

 

E-Filing Civil/Probate

COMMISSIONERS COURT MEETINGS

OFFICE LOCATION

 

 

 

 

Senate Bill 1317

Section 2.201

Expiration of License: If a marriage ceremony has not been conducted before the 90th day after the date the license is issued, the marriage license expires.

 

Senate Bill 1317, Section 2.202

Who can perform a marriage ceremony

Family code is amended as follows: (a) the following persons are authorized to conduct a marriage ceremony: a retired judge of a municipal court and a retired judge or magistrate of a federal court of this state.

 

House Section

Absent Applicant Affidavit

All applicants must be present for the ceremony unless: (a) the absent applicant is a member of the armed forces of the United States stationed in another country in support of combat or another military operation: and unable to attend the ceremony. All other applicants will have to be present for the ceremony.

  • If you Have a Consumer Complaint (Instructions for how to file a consumer complaint with the AG's office) http://www.oag.state.tx.us/

    Online Consumer Complaint Form (Email complaint form, online form by county, or PDF) http://www.oag.state.tx.us/consumer/complaint.shtml

    Buying a Used Car http://www.oag.state.tx.us/

    ATM, Debit & Credit Cards https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cpd/credit-cards

    Car Repairs https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cpd/car-repairs

    Debt Collection https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cpd/debt-collection

    Home Improvement https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cpd/home-remodeling-and-repair

    Telephone Solicitation - Telemarketers & Junk Mail https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cpd/telemarketers-junk-mail

    The Texas Residential Construction Liability Act http://www.hadd.com/documents/turner.pdf

    Foreclosure (Explain the foreclosure process and the rights of the homeowner) Free Foreclosure Search http://www.foreclosurefreesearch.com/state/tx.html

  • Contact the Victoria County District Clerk's Office.

  • Contact your attorney, if being represented by counsel, or contact the Court where your case is assigned.

 

 

Contact the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for an application. The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission will provide you with the proper forms and instructions.

 

Senate Bill 1035; Effective 9/01/2013; Analysis: Changes the alcoholic beverage license process. Requires a person to file an application for a license to manufacture, distribute, or sell beer with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) instead of the county judge, except in cases of protest; if TABC finds that reasonable grounds exist for the protest, TABC must reject the protested application and require the applicant to file the application with the county judge and submit to a hearing, which must be held not less than 5 nor more than 10 days after the county judge receives the protested application. The hearing fee, which is paid to the county clerk, is increased from $5 to $25. The bill also clarifies approved methods of payments for a license by a licensee payable to the comptroller, who then transmits five percent of the license fee to the tax assessor collector of the county. Additionally, it requires that the notice of an original application for a beer license be published in a newspaper by the applicant, instead of the county clerk, among other provisions.

 

For any other questions, please Contact Us.

 

 

 


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