Public Records are those records that a governmental unit keep, or are required to keep, in line with the duties they are required to perform. Public records are documents or pieces of information that are not considered confidential. They are usually maintained by public or governmental officials (including religious). Items in the public record may be used in legal court cases. A public record is basically just information that is recorded and stored by a government which a member of the public has a right to access and review. Records can be in tangible forms, such as paper, photographs, maps, or stored on electronic media- such as CDs, DVDs, and computer databases.
The Lunar Visitor is a periodical and “news outlet of public record” authorized by an ecclesiastical (religious) government (The Zionst Temple of 1875 for Orphans and Widows, thezionchurch.org) to publish public and legal notices.
The importance of public records really can't be overstated because it helps ensure transparency and accountability in government. Items that may be found in public record include:
By publishing your documents in the Lunar Visitor Public Records Section, you increase transparency and the ability to provide quick and easy access to all that would like access to your documents. Each document receives a document number, and that number may be shared with others so that they can access the document on www.thelunarvisitor.com.
Additionally, just like your local county government, we maintain a record of your document and it may be ordered at a later date with a government seal, ensuring authenticity of the document.
Public Notice- Notice given to the public generally, or to the entire community, or to all whom it may concern. Pennsylvania Traning School v. Independent Mut. F. Ins Co., 127 Pa. 559, 18 A. 392. Reasonable Notice. Such notice or information of a fact as may fairly and properly be expected or required in the particular circumstances. Sterling Mfg. Co. v. Hough, 49 Neb. 618, 68 N. W. 1019; Mallory v. Leiby, 1 Kan. 102. NOTICE IN LIEU OF SERVICE. In lieu of personally serving a writ of summons ( or other legal process ), in English practice, the court occasionally allows the plaintiff ( or other party ) to give notice in lieu of service, such notice being such as will in all probability reach the party. this notice is peculiarly appropriate in the case of a foreigner out of the jurisdiction, whom it is desired to serve with a writ of summons. Sweet. Black's Law Dictionary rv. 4th ed. p.1211 ( 1968)
A "Public Notice" is information alerting citizens of government or government-related activities that may cause a citizen to take action. The purpose of public notice is to display information in places where the public is likely to come into notice.
A "Public Notice" is important to democratic principles and governance, and stem from the right to "due process of law" guaranteed by the federal and state constitutions. Due process of law protects citizens from arbitrary or wrongful actions.
A Legal notice is a formal written document sent by a person or an entity with respect to some grievance. It is sent as a warning to the receiver that the one sending the notice have certain grievances which are not properly taken care of by the receiver, although the receiver has given enough opportunity to the receiver to resolve the problem.
Public Notices that provide information about government activities are designed to alert the public of government activites and provide an opportunity for the public to comment. Some public notices include: notices of public hearings and notice to change government run or managed programs.
Public Notices that contain government requests for bids for services, purchases or other business related activities are designed to provide businesses with the opportunity to participate in the government procurement process.
Court Notices are notices used by non-government entities which use public powers or institutions in some way. Notice is a fundamental element of court proceedings. By law, all the parties (the court, defendant and petitioner) should be reliably informed about all the relevant facts pertaining to the case.
Notice is the legal concept describing a requirement that a party be aware of legal process affecting their rights, obligations or duties. There are several types of notice.
The following documents have been received and recorded at the administrative offices at the Zionst Temple of 1875 for Orphans and Widows. Each document has been made printable and can be ordered with official embosser. To request embossed documents, email firstname.lastname@example.org.