Orange County’s Clerk-Recorder employees are responsible for examining and recording all land ownership documents for the County while preserving those records for public access. While you will encounter a Clerk-Recorder employee while recording a land ownership document, you will also see a Clerk Recorder employee issuing a marriage license, performing a civil wedding ceremony, filing a fictitious business name statement, or processing a passport application. These are just some of the vital documents these employees provide the public every day.
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What is an MOU? It's a "memorandum of understanding"—another name for a collective bargaining agreement!