Haw. Code R. § 15-300-14 - Access to corporation records

Current through February, 2022

(a) All government records of the corporation shall be open for inspection in the principal office of the corporation during established business hours, unless access to such records is restricted or closed by law.
(b) A request for access to or copies of government records shall be made in writing to the executive director and shall include a clear and concise description of the records sought. All such requests must be signed by the requesting party or the party's authorized representative.
(c) The corporation shall not be required to prepare a compilation or summary of its records in response to a request for records.
(d) Copies of the government records shall be available in accordance with subsection (b), and payment of the reasonable costs of reproduction set forth in section 92-21, HRS, and the fee for searching, reviewing, or segregating the records as set forth by the office of information practices, in chapter 5-43, Hawaii Administrative Rules. Reasonable costs of reproduction shall include, but are not limited to, actual time for reproduction, material costs, including electricity cost, equipment and equipment rental costs, costs for certification, and labor costs for monitoring the public inspection of the records to prevent theft, loss, defacement, or alteration of the records.

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Haw. Code R. § 15-300-14
[Eff June 15 2007] (Auth: HRS § 92F-11) (Imp: §§ 92F-11, 92-21)

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