The duties listed below are intended to depict tasks performed by this classification.
Reviews and prepares specialized Court and/or Civil component related documents, prepares documents, forms, etc., for foreclosures and delinquent tax sales (e.g., schedules appraisals, types advertisement and posts copy, types legal descriptions of properties, etc.); receives payments tor sales; types and disburses checks tor payments received; prepares new deeds for sold properties: calculates cost of sales (e.g., appraisal fees, mileage, Sheriff’s fees, deed fees, taxes, etc.,); Maintains records of all sales and files of deeds.
Receives and records writs to be served (from county, state or out of state); forwards of writs to deputies to serve; calculates costs of service and bills issuing agencies.
Receives computer generated lists of potential jurors; verifies names and addresses; prepares and mails notices to jurors; responds to telephone inquiries form attorneys, banks and the general public.
Assists and fills in for other clerical personnel; trains and orients new employees in writ procedures; recommend unit procedural change.