The Tennessee Public Records Act (TPRA) provides that all state, county and municipal records shall, at all times during business hours be open for personal inspection by any citizen of this state, and those in charge of the records shall not refuse such right of inspection to any Tennessee citizen, unless otherwise provided by state law. The Williamson County Public Records Policy is available for inspection and duplication in the Williamson County Archives and the Williamson County Clerk's Office. The TPRA grants Tennessee citizens the right to access open public records that exist at the time of the request. The TPRA does not require records custodians to compile information or create or recreate records that do not exist.
The records custodian is required to take one of the following actions within seven (7) business days: make the records available to the requestor; deny the request inwriting, providing the basis of the denial; or provide the requestor a written explanation of the time reasonably necessary to produce the records.Tenn. Code Ann. § 10-7-503(1)(2)(B).
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