From another site, with a link to
sunlarkresearch dot com
anyone ever try this sort of thing? I think it sounds interesting ... I've been talking to my boss about having 1/2 day off a week and this might just be the way to spend that time, plus my lunch hour that I rareky take!
anyone know anything about it?
"What does a court researcher do?
There are many types of court researchers gathering various information from the public records available. The type of research depends on the needs of the client. When you are at the recorder, registrar of deeds, or bureau of conveyance office (or other name, depending on your locale), you will meet people who are researching records for much more detailed information than what we need. In some areas, we also collect information from court documents, including civil case filings.
We generally are picking up very basic information from the documents available, such as names and addresses. We then enter the information into database or spreadsheet software, depending on the needs of the client.
The amount of work available in a given county depends largely on the population base and growth and mobility of the area. Very small counties (i.e. 10,000 people) may have only one hour of work per month while a very large county (over 1,000,000 population) could keep a fast-working researcher busy for 30-40 hours per week and could even need to be done by a team."
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