Tybera Development Group, Inc.



This policy describes Tybera’s privacy policy and practices regarding information collected from users requesting registration of website.  This policy describes what data is collected and how that information is used.  Tybera and each Jurisdiction supported by this efiling system may at any time and in its sole discretion, modify their policy.  Because this privacy policy only applies to this website, you should examine the privacy policy of any other website you may link to or otherwise access through this website.


Information Collected when you visit this website


Any information collected by this website is for the purpose of supporting the requirements of each jurisdiction and Tybera’s functions to properly support the  efiling, case management, and document storage processes.  Tybera will not sell or distributed your information for commercial marketing purposes to any other entity other than the jurisdictions supported by the efiling system.


Personal Information


Personal information is information about a natural person that is readily identifiable to that specific individual.  Personal information includes, but is not limited to, such things as an individual’s name, social security number, address, phone number, and payment information.  A domain name or IP address is not considered personal information.


The type of information we collect will vary with the activity or the service being sought and may include such personal information as your name, social security number, birth date, death date, address, phone number, e-mail address, username and password, sex, race, marriage status, and relationship between parties.  Each jurisdiction will collect personal information from you in order to provide the requested services, but such information generally will be handled and subject to the same controls as it would be if you made an in-person visit to the jurisdiction.  Please note that if personal information is collected through our website or is volunteered by you, State and federal law may protect it.  Depending on the jurisdiction and local rules, some of the information is a public record once you provide it and may be subject to public examination, copying and disclosure in accordance with the provisions of Nevada Code chapter 22, if not protected by State or federal law.  Please see the section below entitled Public Examination, Copying, and Disclosure of Information Collected through this Website for more information about Nevada Code chapter 22.


Public Examination, Copying, and Disclosure of Information Collected through this Website


In accordance with the laws of the State, Nevada 11th Judicial District will ensure that government is open and that the public has a right to access public records and information of which each jurisdiction is the custodian.  Nevada Code chapter 22 provides that the public shall have the right to examine and copy a public record and to publish or otherwise disseminate a public record or the information contained in such record.  At the same time, there are certain exceptions under State and federal laws that may limit the public’s right to examine and copy public records or otherwise protect certain personal information.  Personal and other information collected (or provided by you) through this website, may, if not protected by State of federal law, be subject to public examination, copying, publication, and disclosure pursuant to applicable laws, including, without limitation, Nevada Code chapter 22 and other applicable laws governing access to public records.


In the event of a conflict between this Privacy Policy and Nevada Code chapter 22 or other laws governing access to public records, Nevada Code chapter 22 or such other applicable laws will control.


Questions about this Policy


Persons concerned with information pertaining to them should contact the jurisdiction where they file their information.