Administrative Court Orders
An Administrative Court Order is a directive necessary to properly administer courts’ affairs, consistent with Florida Constitution, State court Rules, and Florida Supreme Court administrative orders.
The purpose of an Administrative Court Order is to set administrative responsibilities of the chief judges of the circuit courts and the other judges that the chief judges may designate. When these rules refer to the court, they shall be construed to apply to a judge of the court when the context requires or permits.
All Bay County Administrative Court Orders are recorded in our Official Records. Please click on the below web site to search the index for the Administrative Court Order you are interested in viewing.