Welcome to The Acadia Parish Clerk of Court
Hello, I Am Robert T. “Robby” Barousse
Acadia Parish Clerk of Court and Ex-Officio Recorder of mortgages and conveyances.
I am humbled and honored to be your Clerk of Court. My staff and I are committed to bringing to you great customer service backed by integrity and knowledge to help process and deliver the best records and recordation information.
The Parish of Acadia was Created in the Year 1887 and the Clerk of Court
has Records Since the Creation of the Parish
All records of marriages, wills, land, civil, and criminal law suits and the settlement thereof, are among the records
maintained by this office. Their accuracy and availability provide the basis of every transaction,
as well as oil, gas, and mineral rights.
The Acadia Parish Clerk of Court values your comfort, and we’re excited about the DocuNet Online Service available to account holders.
We have all the details of The Clerk of County elections, and we want to make sure you know all the aspects! Find out who will be running for office as well as what time it takes place.
The Recording Department is the go-to place for those who need to deposit Conveyance, Mortgage, and UCC documents with Acadia Parish.
To give you a more informed decision, we have included all of the fees incurred for filing and recording in one place.
The vital records department is responsible for issuing birth certificates, death cards, and other documents that may be needed during an emergency.
You may wonder what an applicant for a Marriage License must provide. Here’s the list of required documents and fees!
The Acadia Parish Clerk of Court is accepting passport applications so you can get your documents quickly. Don’t forget to bring all the necessary documents with you when applying!
Have Questions? Check out the FAQs to gain some clarity. You can always get in touch with us and we will help you find an effective solution to your problem.
In addition, the Clerk of Court’s Office handles all elections in the parish,
issues Marriage Licenses, Vital Records, Passports, and Mortgage Certificates and
serves as record keeper for the Court System.
The Clerk’s office is your source for all things legal for your parish. Get information on how we can help you, and stay up-to-date with us.
Louisiana State Legislature
For the latest information regarding Louisiana Legislation, click above.
Acadia Parish Police Jury
For information regarding the latest information regarding Acadia Parish governing authority and administration.
This page is the source for all elections-related information, from elections and voter registration information to statistics and educational materials. You can also locate your own sample ballot for your particular precinct. This will allow you to feel prepared when election day comes and you head to the poll!
The goal of Geaux Vote is to inform and equip you with the resources you need to make your voice heard.
Acadia Parish Assessor
The Acadia Parish Clerk of Court, Robert T. “Robby” Barousse, and Acadia Parish Assessor, James “Jimbo” Petitjean, have joint ventured and released public deed information pertaining to properties within Acadia Parish Louisiana. Any document that has been recorded and tied to the property assessment within the Assessor’s Office and also having been scanned is now available for on-line purchase since redactions requirements in 2006. This includes any scanned deeds and plats. There is a tutorial when the Assessor’s website has been launched on how to use this powerful and user-friendly tool. Please visit the Acadia Parish Assessor’s Office by clicking this link. They will also have a video tutorial of how to purchase documents.
We hope that this new feature will aid the property owners in Acadia with a means of getting necessary information without having to leave your home. All you need is a computer with internet access and a printer if you would like to print.