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Wisconsin Statutes and Annotations on Public Records and Property (excerpts)
19.35 Access to records...
3. Any record that is part of a records series, as defined in s. 19.62 (7), that is not
indexed, arranged or automated in a way that the record can be retrieved by the authority
maintaining the records series by use of an individual's name, address or other identifier.
(b) Except as otherwise provided by law, any requester has a right to inspect a record and to
make or receive a copy of a record which appears in written form. If a requester appears
personally to request a copy of a record, the authority having custody of the record may, at
its option, permit the requester to photocopy the record or provide the requester with a copy
substantially as readable as the original.
(c) Except as otherwise provided by law, any requester has a right to receive from an authority
having custody of a record which is in the form of a comprehensible audio tape recording a copy
of the tape recording substantially as audible as the original. The authority may instead
provide a transcript of the recording to the requester if he or she requests.
(d) Except as otherwise provided by law, any requester has a right to receive from an authority
having custody of a record which is in the form of a video tape recording a copy of the tape
recording substantially as good as the original.
(e) Except as otherwise provided by law, any requester has a right to receive from an authority
having custody of a record which is not in a readily comprehensible form a copy of the
information contained in the record assembled and reduced to written form on paper.
(em) If an authority receives a request to inspect or copy a record that is in handwritten form
or a record that is in the form of a voice recording which the authority is required to
withhold or from which the authority is required to delete information under s. 19.36 (8) (b)
because the handwriting or the recorded voice would identify an informant, the authority shall
provide to the requester, upon his or her request, a transcript of the record or the
information contained in the record if the record or information is otherwise subject to public
inspection and copying under this subsection.
(f) Except as otherwise provided by law, any requester has a right to inspect any record not
specified in pars. (b) to (e) the form of which does not permit copying. If a requester
requests permission to photograph the record, the authority having custody of the record may
permit the requester to photograph the record. If a requester requests that a photograph of the
record be provided, the authority shall provide a good quality photograph of the record.
(g) Paragraphs (a) to (c), (e) and (f) do not apply to a record which has been or will be
promptly published with copies offered for sale or distribution.
(h) A request [...] is deemed sufficient if it reasonably describes the
requested record or the information requested. However, a request for a record without a
reasonable limitation as to subject matter or length of time represented by the record does not
constitute a sufficient request. A request may be made orally, but a request must be in writing
before an action to enforce the request is commenced under s, 19.37.
(i) Except as authorized under this paragraph, no request under pars. (a) and (b) to (f) may be
refused because the person making the request is unwilling to be identified or to state the
purpose of the request. Except as authorized under this paragraph, no request under pars. (a)
to (f) may be refused because the request is received by mail, unless prepayment of a fee is
required under sub. (3) (f). A requester may be required to show acceptable identification
whenever the requested record is kept at a private residence or whenever security reasons or
federal law or regulations so require.
(j) [...] a requester shall comply with any regulations or
restrictions upon access to or use of information which are specifically prescribed by law.
(k) [...] a legal custodian may impose reasonable restrictions on the manner of access to an original record if the record is irreplaceable or easily damaged.
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