Written by attorney John B. Crotts

Public Records Law in North Carolina

North Carolina’s public records law provides a broad right of access to records of public agencies. Chapter 132 of the North Carolina General Statutes define the scope of North Carolina’s law. Some basic concepts of the public records law are the following:

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If you have questions concerning public records, the Freedom of Information Act, or anything else concerning access to public records from any governmental entity (town, city, county, state, and other agencies), please contact King Law in Rutherford County or one of our other convenient locations for a free consultation.

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