Blue Licenses Holding, LLC is a telecommunications service holding company based in California. It is one of the largest holding companies in the world. They manage most of AT&T's phone numbers, which they also lease to smaller cellular service providers for extra profit.
As a middle man in the cellular services, they provide reverse phone look up, which makes it possible to search names from phone number listings for a fee. Blue Licenses Holding LLC also provides information on services related to a particular cell phone number. They can also withhold information on a cell phone owner’s number they own if they deem it necessary.Learn More
The agencies responsible for public records in Riverside County in California include the Superior Court of California in Riverside County, the Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder's office and the county's Office of Vital Records. The Riverside County Sheriff's Department also issues police reports that are a matter of public record.Full Answer >
To order a copy of your own birth certificate in California, you must decide what type of copy you need (authorized or informational), fill out the correct form, pay the appropriate fee ($25 as of 2014), and mail in the request to the California Department of Public Health. Address requests to: CDPH Vital Records - MS 5103 P.O. Box 997410 Sacramento, CA 95899-7410. You can also order birth certificates in person at local County Recorders' offices, or by using an official vital records service such as VitalChek.Full Answer >
According to the California Public Records Act of 1968, all public records in California are available to the public except those specifically exempted by case or statutory law. Specific public records available to the public include birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, divorce records and adoption records.Full Answer >
LLC stands for limited liability company, a type of formal business structure. LLCs blend the advantages of a corporation with those of partnerships. An individual can set up an LLC, as can two or more partners. Forming an LLC avoids the personal financial liability of a sole proprietorship.Full Answer >