PUBLIC RECORDS AND FILES
1-27-1 Public records open to inspection and copying.
1-27-1.1 Public records defined.
1-27-1.2 Fees for specialized service.
1-27-1.3 Liberal construction of public access to public records law--Certain criminal investigation and contract negotiation records exempt.
1-27-1.4 Denial letters to be kept on file.
1-27-1.5 Certain records not open to inspection and copying.
1-27-1.6 Certain financial, commercial, and proprietary information exempt from disclosure.
1-27-1.7 Certain drafts, notes, and memoranda exempt from disclosure.
1-27-1.8 Certain records relevant to court actions exempt from disclosure.
1-27-1.9 Documents or communications used for decisional process arising from person's official duties not subject to compulsory disclosure.
1-27-1.10 Redaction of certain information.
1-27-1.11 Subscription or license holder list of Department of Game, Fish and Parks and certain insurance applicant and policyholder information available for fee--Resale or redistribution prohibited--Misdemeanor.
1-27-1.12 Chapter inapplicable to Unified Judicial System.
1-27-1.13 Certain records not available to inmates.
1-27-1.14 Redaction of records in office of register of deeds not required.
1-27-1.15 Immunity for good faith denial or provision of record.
1-27-1.16 Material relating to open meeting agenda item to be available--Exceptions--Violation as misdemeanor.
1-27-1.17 Draft minutes of public meeting to be available--Exceptions--Violation as misdemeanor.
1-27-1.18 Recommendations, findings, and reports of appointed working groups to be reported in open meeting--Action by governing body.
1-27-1.19 Public access to records of former Governors and lieutenant governors.
1-27-1.20 Exempt records to be opened upon death or ten years after leaving office.
1-27-1.21 Right of former Governor and lieutenant governor to approve or deny release of exempt records.
1-27-1.22 Agreement for transfer of records to suitable repository.
1-27-1.23 Settlement agreements to be public records--Redaction of victim information--Temporary confidentiality for ongoing litigation.
1-27-2 1-27-2. Repealed by SL 1977, ch 16, § 3
1-27-3 Records declared confidential or secret.
1-27-4 Format of open record.
1-27-4.1 Format of written contracts--Storage with records retention officer or designee--Duration.
1-27-4.2 Availability of contract through internet website or database.
1-27-5 1-27-5. Repealed by SL 1970, ch 10, § 1
1-27-6 1-27-6 to 1-27-8. Repealed by SL 2009, ch 10, §§ 11 to 13.
1-27-9 Records management programs--Definition of terms.
1-27-10 Records as property of state--Damage or disposal only as authorized by law.
1-27-11 Board to supervise destruction of records--State records manager as ex officio member--Permission required for destruction.
1-27-11.1 Direction and supervision of board by Bureau of Administration--Independent functions retained.
1-27-12 State records management program to be established.
1-27-12.1 Records management internal service fund.
1-27-13 Records management procedures proposed by state agencies.
1-27-14 Obsolete records listed by state agencies.
1-27-14.1 Transfer of records by outgoing agency heads--Terminated agency records.
1-27-14.2 Transfer of jeopardized nonessential agency material to state archivist.
1-27-14.3 Title to transferred records pending formal transfer.
1-27-15 Destruction of nonrecord materials.
1-27-16 Rules, standards, and procedures.
1-27-17 Legislative and judicial records management programs.
1-27-18 Local records management programs.
1-27-19 Annual meeting to authorize destruction of political subdivision records--Record of disposition.
1-27-20 Common language used in public documents, records, and meetings--Official indigenous language.
1-27-21 Public document or record defined--Public meeting.
1-27-22 Application of English as common language requirement.
1-27-23 1-27-23. Repealed by SL 2016, ch 13, § 2.
1-27-24 Effect of common language requirement on state employment.
1-27-25 Common language requirements not applicable to private activities.
1-27-26 1-27-26. Repealed by SL 2016, ch 13, § 3.
1-27-27 Requesting information or data from a state agency.
1-27-28 Definition of terms.
1-27-29 Disclosure of information concerning private entity restricted.
1-27-30 Confidentiality of proprietary or trade information of private entity.
1-27-31 Circumstances allowing for disclosure of information concerning private entity.
1-27-32 Disclosure of confidential information as misdemeanor.
1-27-33 Specific public access or confidentiality provisions not superseded by chapter provisions.
1-27-34 Unified Judicial System and Public Utilities Commission exempt from certain records procedures.
1-27-35 Informal requests for disclosure of records--Costs of retrieval or reproduction.
1-27-36 Estimate of retrieval and reproduction cost--Waiver or reduction of fee.
1-27-37 Written request for disclosure of records.
1-27-38 Civil action or administrative review of denial of written request or estimate of fees.
1-27-39 Response to notice of review.
1-27-40 Findings and decision of Office of Hearing Examiners.
1-27-40.1 Time for compliance with decision or appeal.
1-27-40.2 Costs, disbursements, and civil penalty for unreasonable, bad faith denial of access.
1-27-42 Public record officer for the state, county, municipality, township, school district, special district, or other entity.
1-27-43 Form of notice of review--Office of Hearing Examiners' notice.
1-27-44 Restriction on internet use of social security numbers by state agencies and political subdivisions.
1-27-45 Searchable internet website for posting and access of public records and financial information.
1-27-46 Contracts to be displayed on searchable internet website.
1-27-47 Affordability of public access to electronic records database.
1-27-48 Documentation regarding information stored in electronic records system.