SECURE REMOTE ACCESS:
What is Secure Remote Access?
This system provides access to public records available in the York County – Poquoson Circuit Court Clerk’s Office. The following land records listed below are available by subscription seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day, including all holidays.
|Records Available||Indices Available||Images Available|
|Deeds beginning 10/25/1967||Yes||Yes|
|Deeds – Browse Old Books from 1633 thru 1912||Book and Page Only||Yes|
|Financing Statements beginning 1/1/1995||Yes||No|
|Financing Statements beginning 9/2/2008||Yes||Yes|
|Judgments 1/1/1985 thru 6/30/96||Yes||No|
|Judgments beginning 7/1/96||Yes||Yes|
|State Highway Plats – Books 1 thru 11||Book and Page Only||Yes|
|Wills beginning 1/3/69||Yes||Yes|
How to Apply for Secure Remote Access?
An application and agreement is required for each user. The subscriber fee is $50.00 per month, pre-paid quarterly, non-refundable. Payments are due on December 15, March 15, June 15, and September 15, for quarters beginning January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1. *The Application and Agreement will be reviewed and approved at the discretion of the Clerk.
Modifications to the Subscriber’s hardware and/or software may be necessary for access to the database.
INDIVIDUAL SUBSCRIBER (For individuals not associated with a corporate entity)
CORPORATE SUBSCRIBER (For businesses that may have multiple users)
If a business or nonprofit entity, organization or association wishes to become a Corporate Subscriber, a Corporate Subscriber Application and Corporate Subscriber Agreement for each employee/user must be submitted, and each employee must have a separate User ID and Password. The appropriate Application and Subscriber Agreement must be printed, signed, and forwarded with the Subscriber Fee to the Clerk at P.O. Box 371, Yorktown, Virginia 23690.
The information or data accessed by the Subscriber may or may not be the official government record required by law. In order to assure the accuracy of the data or information, the Subscriber should consult the official governmental record.