Executive Order from Chief Admin. Judge
Supreme Court Protocols
Land Recordings Continue in Suffolk County
EXECUTIVE ORDER – NOTARY
SUFFOLK COUNTY SUPREME COURT PROCEDURE FOR CONVERSION TO ELECTRONIC FILING
NEW Chief Administrative Judge Marks Order to continue and extend of E-filing
NEW E-File Training
Chief Administrative Judge Order - E- Signatures
Chief Administrative Judge Marks Order Expansion of Nonessential Matters
NEW REAL PROPERTY LAW EFFECTIVE MARCH 11, 2020
Message from the Suffolk County Clerk
Out of an abundance of caution and with the intent on protecting Suffolk residents and our employees during the current health crisis, in-person access to the County Clerk’s Office and staff will be suspended until further notice. Most services are available on-line, by mail or phone. Please visit our website at www.suffolkcountyny.gov/clerk for further details. Thank you.
You may email the following departments directly for assistance.
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Judith A. Pascale
Suffolk County Clerk
Chief Deputy County Clerk
At one time or another either directly or
indirectly, every resident of Suffolk County deals with our office. So if you are buying
home, satisfying your mortgage, filing a lien or judgment, grieving your taxes or
interacting with the judicial system, we look forward to working with you.
Recorded Mortgage in the County of Suffolk, Colony of New York circa 1700’s
Thompson Station established in 1842, was used as the first post office and railway station for the Ronkonkoma Line, the first Long Island Railway line.
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The Suffolk County Clerk's Office continues to develop strategies and systems that promote
real-time services and facilitate communication and access.
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