NYC Rules and Regulations, Title 43, Chapter 1


According to a nice FOIL resource page from the New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health

"designed to help individuals use the law as it relates specifically to New York City":

Under the "Uniform Rules and Regulations for All City Agencies Pertaining to the Administration of the Freedom of Information Law" (New York City Rules and Regulations, Title 43, Chapter 1) the state law is adapted to New York City. The New York City rules require that each agency designate a Records Access Officer to handle Freedom of Information requests. FOIL requests should be directed to an agency's Records Access Officer. [continued...]

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