Below are computing systems that have been certified for participation in Authority Projects. When using this information, please make sure you are looking
in the appropriate table of interest (Real Estate, Criminal Dispositions, Civil Transmissions, etc). In order to help assure quality, completeness, compatibility, and compliance with State laws, it is the Authority's intent to only receive Clerk of Superior Court data from the certified computing systems.
Certification is based on meeting minimum requirements for particular program participation and not upon suitability for all needs of Clerks of Superior Court.
All questions or comments may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Real Estate Indexing Systems
Section Updated: 02/06/2020
The following Indexing Computer Systems are certified to participate in the GSCCCA Consolidated Georgia Real Estate Indexes Project. These systems are the software used by Clerks of Superior Court to index Real Estate documents in their office and transmit copies of the records to the Clerks’ Authority in accordance with the provisions of O.C.G.A. 15-6-61(15) . (Note that not all vendors/systems listed below are eligible to participate in the GSCCCA Historical Re-Indexing Project).
Beginning in 2016, the GSCCCA began issuing formal certificate documents whenever the certification status of an indexing system changed. (Issued certificates, when available, are viewable from the links in the table below). This does not affect the status of Indexing Systems certified before 2016. Additionally, the list of certified systems for deeds, liens, and plats has recently been combined into the single table below.
Note 1: Certified In-House County System(s): Cobb County, Certified for Deed (9/2012), Lien (9/2012) and Plat (9/2012)
Criminal Case Dispositions (aka SB 50 / OBTS)
Section Updated: 11/4/2015
Note 1: Certified In-house systems: Clayton County, Gwinnett County, Fulton County