How much can I be charged for a copy of a record?

Published 03/24/2008 08:31 AM   |    Updated 05/18/2009 02:55 PM

How much can I be charged for a copy of a record?

For a record from state agencies, the current fee allowed is $.10 per page for 8 ½ by 11 or 81/2 by 14 inch sheets of paper. Other agencies may charge only the actual cost of copying, which includes only the cost of the paper and the per-page cost for use of the equipment to reproduce the record. The agency cannot charge anything to allow you to inspect the record. Also, the agency cannot charge a fee to search for the record or any fee to examine or review a record to determine whether the record is disclosable. The fee must be uniform throughout the agency and uniform to all purchasers.

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