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As directed by Administrative Order S-2005-141 and Supreme Court Administrative Order, the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hillsborough County (the "Clerk") is providing the court records designated by the Chief Judge for the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Hillsborough County, Florida as in the public interest. The court records are merely a guide to the information contained within the file referenced and should not be relied on in making any decision or determination regarding the underlying case.

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In Times Pub. Co. v. Ake, 645 So.2d 1003 (2nd DCA, Fla.), the Second District Court of Appeal said, “In the performance of his [her] duties as the court's record keeper, the clerk is a ministerial officer of the court devoid of discretion. Corbin v. State ex rel. Slaughter, 324 So.2d 203 (Fla. 1st DCA 1975). The court has the inherent and exclusive constitutional authority over its agencies who act in its behalf. See, The Florida Bar, 398 So.2d 446 (Fla.1981). The clerk, when acting in the exercise of his duties derived from article V is acting as an arm of the court.”

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