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Individuals may also request copies of registration records from the Copyright Office’s Records Research and Certification Section.
Information from registration records dating from January 1, 1978, is available on the Copyright Office’s website.
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All of our land records dating back to 1793 and through and including documents received and recorded by the Registry on the previous day are online and available for viewing. Please also consult this link for a complete list of the land records available for viewing.
For assistance in viewing these documents or in obtaining copies of these documents please contact our Customer Service Center Monday through Friday, AM - PM. For Public Records Requests under the newly amended Public Records Law please use the form below and submit online to the Norfolk Registry of Deeds Records Access Officer.
The Copyright Office is required by law to maintain records of copyright registrations and to make them available for public inspection.
Individuals have always been able to come to the Copyright Office to inspect its public records.A reasonable fee may be charged for the public records request.