Search Public Records in Iberia Parish County, LA. Results May Include: Marriage and Divorce Records, Criminal Records, Birth and Death Records, Probate Documents, Land Records, Arrests, Addresses, Liens and Judgments.
Iberia Parish is located in the state of Louisiana. The parish was formed on October 30, 1868 and named after the Iberian Peninsula. New Iberia is the largest city in the parish and also the parish seat. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the parish has a population of approximately 73,240 people and a total area of 1,031 square miles, of which 456 square miles is water and 574 square miles is land. Iberia Parish borders the following counties: St. Martin Parish to the north, Iberville Parish to the northeast, Assumption Parish to the east, St. Mary Parish to the southeast, Vermilion Parish to the west, and Lafayette Parish to the northwest.
The Iberia Parish Clerk of Court fulfills a dual function. He is the Clerk of the District Court and at the same time is the Ex-Officio Recorder of the parish. In addition, the Clerk is also the Chief Election Officer of the Parish. In its function as recorder, the office receives files and enters on a daily register all instruments to be recorded in the public records of the Parish. After being recorded, the instruments are then routed and assigned for recordation in the appropriate record books maintained for the different categories to which they relate. Some of the records maintained by the office of the clerk include but are not limited to deeds, mortgages, and other instruments.
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