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Public records are property of the people, and the law requires its owners have full access to these records.
Chapter 132 of the North Carolina General Statutes dictates what documents a government must make available to the public, no matter what.
The law clearly states every citizen has the right to access public records. But you have to know what records are public before seeking access to the information. The general rule of thumb is this: all documents are public unless the agency can prove by law that they’re not.
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