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Each year, various commercial and other entities transfer tons of assets to TSTD solely because that rightful private owners’ last known primary residence is located in Tennessee.
Such valuable possessions include assorted collections of dormant bank accounts, checks, stock certificates and bonds that belong to people whose present whereabouts are unknown.
Most commonly requested public records typically turn up in the state capital Official records pertaining to births, deaths, marriages and divorces that occurred anywhere in Tennessee on or after January 1, 1949 are maintained by the State Health Dept. It is vital to note that applicable statutory provisions designate two very different categories of Volunteer State public records that are denoted as “certified” and “non-certified.” As the two terms respectively imply, certified public record access is restricted to registrant(s) and their immediate family or legal representatives, while non-certified copies are freely accessible by any desiring party or parties.
Despite that critical distinction, non-certified copies are typically obtainable with very little trouble, as most data contained in certified versions are public records.
Finally, be advised that if a three-year search fails to produce any results, the prepaid processing fee is non-refundable. CST (except legal holidays) Online ordering option Although State Vital Records Offices currently don’t accept online orders directly, a viable indirect solution is readily available via an independent vendor called Vital Chek.