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Belt v. Prince George's Co

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Beltvs.Prince George's Co
Number:
Year: 1890
State: Maryland
Court: Maryland Court of Appeals
Other lawsuits in Maryland
Other lawsuits in 1890
Precedents include:
This case required court clerks to provide public records copies to any person who made an application and paid the fees.
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Belt v. Prince George's Co was an 1890 lawsuit before the Maryland Court of Appeals concerning open records.

Important precedents

This case required court clerks to provide public records copies to any person who made an application and paid the fees[1].

See also


References

  1. RCFP