sealed record


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sealed record

noun classified record, concealed record, confidential record, private record, record which cannot be disclosed, record which cannot be revealed, reetricted record, secret record
Associated concepts: open records policy, sealed instruuent, sealed verdict
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LDA has sealed record of Mustafa Town Housing Scheme on May 22, 2012 after taking notice of public complaints.
35) The general public will not usually have access to a sealed record, but law enforcement agencies will still be able to see it.
The bench assured him that in the interest of nation, these documents be kept Confidential The Chief Justice said that the sealed record contained four folders but a perusal of the same indicated that the Report of the Commission to Review the Working of Security & Intelligence Agencies had not been filed.
One sealed record of the test results must be retained at the health care facility and duplicate sealed and separate records have to be forwarded to the investigating officer (Section 33 (1) (d) of the Sexual Offences Act).
The head of a designated health establishment or designated person must: (i) perform HIV tests on the body specimens of the alleged offender to determine the presence or absence of HIV infection; (ii) record the results of the HIV test; (iii) provide the investigating officer with duplicate sealed records of the test results; and (iv) retain one sealed record as prescribed.
After all, this wasn't the kind of sealed record that protects corporations that are hiding injuries or deaths caused by unsafe practices.
Unfortunately, the company revealed the existence of the sealed record to the hiring manager, who told Applicant he was not going to be considered for employment because he had a criminal record.
The employer will look at a sealed record, and it will scare the employer away.
The claims are made in a new German TV documentary which quotes from previously sealed records in Russia and America.
And some courts may be less than enthused by the extra work in segregating unsealed and sealed records, in addition to undermining the tradition of transparent court proceedings.
While some collectors buy sealed records for the novelty, Hart said, "I don't buy my records for a cash investment - I listen to them.