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Although the Act does not prohibit oral requests, a request must be in writing before § 552.301 applies. Under that section, a governmental body that receives a written request for information it considers exempt from disclosure (even though there has been no specific previous determination that such information is exempt) must ask for a decision from the Attorney General within 10 days of receiving the written request. § 552.301(a) and (b). Oral requests do not trigger this 10-day deadline. See Tex. Att'y Gen. ORD-304 (1982).

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N.J.S.A. 47:1A-5(f) provides that the custodian of a public agency shall adopt a form for the use of any person. The form shall provide space for the name, address and phone number of the requester and a brief description of the record sought. The use of the particular form is not, however, required by OPRA.

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All state public bodies created in the executive branch of state government and subject to the provisions of the VFOIA must provide to the public upon request: (1) an explanation of the rights of a requester, the procedures to obtain public records from the public body, and the responsibilities of the public body in complying with the VFOIA; (2) contact information for the person designated by the public body to assist a requester in making a request or to respond to requests; and (3) a general description of the types of records maintained by that public body; (4) a general description of