New Jersey has 20 counties, each with their own County Clerk. In New Jersey, the County Clerk performs many important functions including filing vital records such as birth, death and marriage certificates, recording and maintaining property ownership records, mortgage liens, tax liens, construction liens, filing and processing of resident passport applications, issuing County identification, filing licenses for local doctors and business owners, voting and elections, providing notary services, and performing marriage and civil union ceremonies.
Below are links to each New Jersey County Clerk’s website.
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