**VERY IMPORTANT PLEASE READ BELOW FOR INFORMATION REGARDING THE SUPREME COURT MANDATE FOR ACCESS TO ELECTRONIC COURT RECORDS**
SUBSCRIBER is responsible for ensuring that its location or its terminal is not used by unauthorized Users to access information from. Unauthorized Users for the purposes of this Agreement shall be any person or entity other than the SUBSCRIBER or its authorized Users. Information accessed from is for the use of the SUBSCRIBER in the ordinary course of its business.
The information is not intended or permitted to be or permitted to be represented during commercial resale as the official court record required by law. In the event of a breach of this paragraph, the CLERK is entitled to seek injunctive relief restraining the SUBSCRIBER from accessing information from the website, and/or terminate this Agreement in accordance with Article 14 herein.
This shall not be construed as prohibiting the CLERK from pursing any other remedy available at law or equity for such breach. SUBSCRIBER is responsible for ensuring that use of by its authorized Users is conducted in a proper and legal manner. If the SUBSCRIBER or one of its authorized Users is charged with a crime arising out of use of the CLERK shall have the right to terminate this Agreement immediately. This shall not be construed as prohibiting the CLERK from pursing an other remedy available at law or equity for such a breach.
Supreme Court of Florida, No. AOSC14-19, In Re: Standards for Access to Electronic Court Records
In compliance with AOSC14-19, effective July 1, 2015, all registered users must submit a notarized copy of an application to the Osceola County Clerk of the Circuit Court. Failure to do so will result in the removal of the user's access to our court management system, Benchmark.
Click the link below to access the fill-in application form.
We prefer that the completed forms be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your Florida Bar Number, and Firm Name included in the body of the message.
Any questions should be directed to (407) 742-3704.
Fill-in PDF of Application:
User Registration Form