Zaleski v. Hicksville Union Free School District

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Zaleskivs.Hicksville Union Free School District
Number: N.Y.L.J., Dec. 27, 1978 (Sup. Ct., Nassau County, 1978)
Year: 1978
State: New York
Court:
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Precedents include:
That agencies cannot charge fees for labor when reproducing audio/visual records.
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Zaleski v. Hicksville Union Free School District is a 1978 New York court case concerning New York Freedom of Information Law.

Important precedents

The court ruled that under the government agencies cannot charge for staff time/operator salaries for time spent reproducing audio and audio-visual records.[1]

See also

References

  1. Open Government Guide to FOIL