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How long does the governmental body have to respond to my request for information?
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How long does thegovernmental body have to respond to my request for information?
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The Act provides that a governmental body must respond"promptly" to a request for information. If a governmental body is unable to produce the requested information within ten business days, the officer for public information must send you correspondence certifying that he is unable to do so and he must set a date and time when the records will be available to you.
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