Other (indicate in message) Submitted: June 5, 2024 | Updated: June 5, 2024

(June 2024) Request for NC Administrative Office of the Courts: Copy of “Delegation of Authority from Congress” and “Judiciary Act” to decide legal matters on behalf of NC. And, all official “sealed documents” giving authority to delegate on behalf of NC.

Good afternoon NCAOC Records Officer / Custodian(s) of these Records,

Please reply promptly to the following public records request, which I’m making in accordance with NC Public Records Law. https://www.ncleg.net/enactedlegislation/statutes/html/bychapter/chapter_132.html

** I’m simply requesting an electronic copy of an electronic record, if one exists. I’m NOT asking for the opportunity to come in person to “inspect”, nor to obtain a printed copy of, this electronic record. I’m requesting explicitly that any responsive info be provided to me via the electronic medium / electronic format (in which the copy of this record already exists). If you are unable to fulfill any or all parts of this request, please specifically cite where a reason for denial is justified under NC Public Records Law. **

SUBJECT:
(June 2024) Request for NC Administrative Office of the Courts: Copy of “Delegation of Authority from Congress” and “Judiciary Act” to decide legal matters on behalf of NC. And, all official “sealed documents” giving authority to delegate on behalf of NC.

MESSAGE:
NC Administrative Office of the Courts
901 Corporate Center Dr.
Raleigh, NC 27607

Please provide the electronic copies of your “Delegation of Authority from Congress” and your “Judiciary Act” to decide legal matters on behalf of the State of North Carolina. Please provide all official “sealed documents” that give you the authority / power to delegate on behalf of the State of North Carolina.
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Please note that by submitting this request, I’m NOT agreeing to pay any potential fees or associated costs related to my request. If it isn’t possible to process the request without incurring fees, then please let me know the itemized potential cost and clear explanations of those charges upfront, and DO NOT proceed until I respond.

By Law I’m not required to provide a name or address to associate with a public records request, but in order to move things along I’d like to clarify that this request is being made by:

Sunshine Request
PO Box 17391
Asheville, NC 28816

The request has been sent solely by me and my email address [email protected] . If anyone other than that email address contacts you to pursue a similar request, it did not come from me. Please do not commingle or treat that as an alteration or cancellation of my request – I intend to continue to pursue my request.

Thank you for your assistance!

** Sunshine Request (www.sunshinerequest.com) makes no claim as to the veracity of any statements or information contained in any of the requests, or public records, we receive.

Editor’s Note: Sunshine Request makes no claim as to the veracity of any statements or information contained in any of the requests, or public records, we receive.

Editor’s Note 06/05/24: The original submission we received has been revised for clarity.

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Status: Sent to Government

Activity:

  • June 5, 2024 4:04 pm

    6 days ago

    from: North Carolina Judicial Branch <[email protected]>
    reply-to: [email protected]
    to: [email protected]
    date: Jun 5, 2024, 4:04 PM
    subject: Webform submission from: Public Records Request

     

    Thank you for your submission

     

    Your public records request has been received and we will be in contact with you shortly.

     

    – North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts


     

    **Editor’s Note 06/05/24: The following request was submitted to NCAOC on 06/05/24 at 4:04 pm EST via their online records form (https://www.nccourts.gov/public-records-request). We will post any updates we receive, on our website. Thank you for using Sunshine Request!

     

    Good afternoon NCAOC Records Officer / Custodian(s) of these Records,

     

    Please reply promptly to the following public records request, which I’m making in accordance with NC Public Records Law. https://www.ncleg.net/enactedlegislation/statutes/html/bychapter/chapter_132.html 

     

    ** I’m simply requesting an electronic copy of an electronic record, if one exists. I’m NOT asking for the opportunity to come in person to “inspect”, nor to obtain a printed copy of, this electronic record. I’m requesting explicitly that any responsive info be provided to me via the electronic medium / electronic format (in which the copy of this record already exists). If you are unable to fulfill any or all parts of this request, please specifically cite where a reason for denial is justified under NC Public Records Law. **

     

    SUBJECT:

    (June 2024) Request for NC Administrative Office of the Courts: Copy of “Delegation of Authority from Congress” and “Judiciary Act” to decide legal matters on behalf of NC. And, all official “sealed documents” giving authority to delegate on behalf of NC.

     

    MESSAGE:

    NC Administrative Office of the Courts 

    901 Corporate Center Dr.

    Raleigh, NC 27607

     

    Please provide the electronic copies of your “Delegation of Authority from Congress” and your “Judiciary Act” to decide legal matters on behalf of the State of North Carolina. Please provide all official “sealed documents” that give you the authority / power to delegate on behalf of the State of North Carolina.

    ————————————

     

    Please note that by submitting this request, I’m NOT agreeing to pay any potential fees or associated costs related to my request. If it isn’t possible to process the request without incurring fees, then please let me know the itemized potential cost and clear explanations of those charges upfront, and DO NOT proceed until I respond.

     

    By Law I’m not required to provide a name or address to associate with a public records request, but in order to move things along I’d like to clarify that this request is being made by:

     

    Sunshine Request

    PO Box 17391

    Asheville, NC 28816

     

    The request has been sent solely by me and my email address [email protected] . If anyone other than that email address contacts you to pursue a similar request, it did not come from me. Please do not commingle or treat that as an alteration or cancellation of my request – I intend to continue to pursue my request.

     

    Thank you for your assistance!

     

    ** Sunshine Request (www.sunshinerequest.com) makes no claim as to the veracity of any statements or information contained in any of the requests, or public records, we receive.


    Status: Sent to Government
  • June 5, 2024 4:04 pm

    6 days ago

    Submitted to Sunshine Request
    Status: Pending