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IV. RECORD CATEGORIES -- OPEN OR CLOSED

The following is only a very general opinion of whether the record in question is exempt from disclosure. Whether disclosure can be denied may depend on how the record is being used by the public body that has possession. Private individuals' bank records, for example, are not public records, but if they are introduced into evidence in a court proceeding, they may become public records. This transformation may occur in other contexts.

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As noted in the last section, the only exemptions available under the Freedom of Information Act are the nineteen categories of information specifically exempted in the statute. This section addresses the availability of certain specific types of records for which requests are frequently made.

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