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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

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Each public agency is required to promulgate rules and regulations which shall include the title and address of the official custodian, the fees charged for copies, and the procedures to be followed in requesting public records. Ky. Rev. Stat. 61.876; see also 200 KAR 1:020 (administrative regulation for state agencies).

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There are no prescribed procedures to follow or forms to submit in connection with the inspection, examination or copying of public records in North Carolina. Experience indicates that the overwhelming majority of such requests are made orally and are fulfilled readily and informally. North Carolina's Public Records Law requires that access to public records must be granted by "every person having custody of public records." Thus requests can be, and are, addressed to virtually any public employee.