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75-3510.Same; receiving and disposition of records; "ultimate disposition" defined. In accordance with records retention and disposal schedules established by the state records board in cooperation with the agencies and departments concerned, the records center shall receive, store, and ultimately dispose of, inactive and noncurrent records of state agencies and departments. Ultimate disposition shall be defined as meaning destruction, reproduction followed by destruction, or, if a record shall be determined to have permanent value, transfer to the state archives or to another agency if deemed more appropriate. In cases where the agencies and departments are equipped to provide storage space, or where the transfer of records to the center is not practical for other reasons, such inactive records may be stored elsewhere and disposed of as the records board may direct.

History: L. 1957, ch. 459, § 2; April 8.



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