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How to search public notices

Notices are grouped into seven main categories to help refine your search:

Bids: covering state, county and municipal contracts for let

Business: covering both for-profit and nonprofit institutions and their required filings and reports

Government: covering such things as upcoming hearings, election notices and zoning actions

Individual: covering everything from adoptions to name changes to divorces

Personal Property: covering unclaimed property lists, seized property and storage auctions

Probate: covering notices related to the administration of wills and estates

Real Property: covering anything related to real estate, such as foreclosure notices, quiet title actions, tax sales and condemnations

Advanced tips on how to search public notices:

To view an outline of all public notices within a county/publication:

Step 1. Select a county/publication

Step 2. Select a date range

Step 3. Click search

To view an outline of all public notices within a specific category:

Step 1. Select a county/publication

Step 2. Select the category you would like to view

Step 3. Select a date range

Step 4. Click search

To view an outline of all public notices within a specific subcategory:

Step 1. Select a county/publication

Step 2. Select the category you would like to view

Step 3. Select the appropriate subcategory

Step 4. Select a date range

Step 5. Click search

To perform a keyword search:

Step 1. Select a county/publication

Step 2. Select a date range

Step 3. Type in a keyword

Step 4. Click search

WHY PUBLIC NOTICES MATTER
Public notices play a vital role in keeping citizens Informed, governments accountable, and the exercise of statutory and judicial powers out in the open.

Missouri law requires governments as well as others acting under legal or court authority to publish notice to the public before taking certain actions. State and local governments must publish notices before they hold certain hearings, rezone neighborhoods, award certain public contracts, and change ballot language. Similarly, attorneys, trustees and other private citizens must first notify the public before auctioning a house at foreclosure, ending a marriage, authenticating a will or changing a name.

These are just a few examples. Collectively, these notices and others like them alert individuals to actions that will affect their legal rights. They open a window on the use of governmental power and the spending of public money. Ultimately, they Inform citizens of what’s going on In the community, including the when and the where and how to get Involved.

CAVEAT
We’ve abstracted these listings from public notices submitted to us for publication, which we do not independently verify. The “purported address” is unofficial and comes from uncorroborated sources separate from the public notice. For a property’s official location, consult the legal description contained in the full-text public notice. Missouri Lawyers Media assumes no responsibility for any errors or omissions in these listings and makes no representations regarding their accuracy or reliability.

PUBLIC NOTICE DEADLINE:

All public notices are to be received by 11 a.m. two (2) days prior to publication. Saturday-Tuesday publications due by 11 a.m. Thursday.

To place a notice, call: 314.421.1880 or email: stlouis@molawyersmedia.com

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