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Chief Justice to Suspend Jury Trials - December 22, 2020

In an emergency session today with state judicial leaders, Chief Justice Harold D. Melton said he will sign an order tomorrow, Dec. 23, that will suspend jury trails statewide in the face of the disturbing spread of the coronavirus. The order will amend the most recent order he signed on Dec. 9, which extended fro the ninth time the Statewide Judicial Emergency he first declared on March 14, 2020. State law allows the Chief Justice to extend the emergency in 30-day increments, and he has done so each month. It also allows him to modify an order within 30 days. The order he signed in mid-October lifted the suspension on jury trials that had been in place. ... All other orders regarding court calendars can be found at

Jackie Taylor pictured with County Mgr, Tod Tentler receiving 25 Yr Service Award

Clerk receives 25 year service award from Troup County - September 18, 2018

Ms. Taylor began her service to the citizens of Troup County on July 19, 1993 as the Chief Deputy Clerk under her mother, Ramona S. Ward, then Clerk. Upon the sudden death of her mother in the year 2000, Jackie became the Clerk . Since then she has been elected to the office of Clerk by the citizens of Troup County and is now serving in her 5th term as Clerk. Since her time as Clerk, she has completed the Superior Court Clerk’s Certificate Program from the University of Georgia and various continuing education programs from LaGrange and Columbus Colleges and the Georgia Superior Courts Clerk’s Cooperative Authority. She enjoys spending time with her son Jared, her dogs and is an avid fan of the Georgia Bulldogs!

Troup County accepting applications for Board of Equalization members - July 11, 2018

Troup County is currently accepting applications for Board of Equalization members for the Troup County Board of Equalization-Superior Court Clerk’s Office. These positions will be responsible to hear and determine appeals from assessments and denials of homestead exemptions and to set procedures for the conducting of appeals before the board. Qualified applicants should be 18 years of age; resided in the county for six months; not the holder of any elective office in the state or local government or held any such office within a period of two years preceding appointment; is not a convicted felon; owns real property located in the county, a high school graduate, not a member of a governing authority of the county or municipality, or a member of the board of education, member of the county board of tax assessors or employee of county tax appraiser. Applications will be available for pick up and accepted at the Troup County Superior Court Clerk’s Office, located in the Troup County Government Center, 118 Ridley Avenue, LaGrange, GA. no later than 4:00 pm on Friday, August 3rd, 2018. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. TROUP COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

E-Filing Requirement for all Plats - December, 2016

Effective 01/01/2017

The amendments to Title 15 and 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, known as HB 1004 of the 2016 legislative session, relating to courts and property, provide for the filing of electronic images of maps, plats and plans. Effective January 1, 2017, maps, plats and plans are required to be electronically filed with the Troup County Superior Court Clerk’s office.

All plats must be filed electronically at Register at to begin the e-Filing process. For more information regarding e-Filing requirements, see

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the e-File process, please contact the Troup County Superior Court Clerk’s Office, Real Estate Division, at 706.883.1740 or the Georgia Superior Court Clerks’ Cooperative Authority customer support at 1.800.304.5174 or