E-court (State's Civil Court) and Property Records Search: Alabama through Iowa
As requested, I've provided links to the online civil court and property records databases for selected states in rows 3 to 17 in the attached spreadsheet. Many of the states only have property record databases at the local level; for these states, I've included the NCSC link in the spreadsheet, as requested. There were two special cases in which the state did not have a straightforward records search for civil courts: Illinois and California. I've explained these cases in detail below.
Illinois does not provide statewide public court records; however, the Illinois Association of Court Clerks provides links to all of the county court public record databases, so I've provided that link in the spreadsheet.
California does not have a statewide database for civil court records. These cases, and the corresponding records, are handled by the superior court of each county. In the spreadsheet, I provided the link to the court records search for the county of Sacramento, which is the state capital. Other court records for California are collected by the PACER system, but this only covers district and appellate courts, not superior courts.
To wrap up, I've provided links to the record searches for civil court cases and property for selected states in the U.S. You can find these links in the attached spreadsheet.