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20) The CPRA expressly provides that "[a]ny reasonably segregable portion of a record shall be provided to any person requesting such record after the deletion of the portions which are exempt by law.
The court rejected this argument, stating that "[a]t best, North's notebooks are governmental only to the extent that segregable portions are shown to have aided him in performing his activities while he was working at the National Security Council.
If modesty may more betray one's sense than woman's lightness, and no positive, comic construction can be placed on this fact, then Angelo's entire conception of vice as segregable and extirpible--of repression as an answer to immorality--is cast into doubt.
Assigning an employing unit any portion of the employment benefit record of an existing employing unit upon the acquisition of that established business or of an identifiable and segregable part thereof is prohibited if the:
On the contrary, the Court rules that, although agencies are required to provide any reasonably segregable, non-exempt parts of an existing record, FOIA does not demand that it create new documents.
If a record contains some exempt material, any reasonably segregable portion of the record must be provided to any person requesting such record after deletion of the portions which are exempt.
The law now requires the Director of the Employment Department to adopt rules for partial transfer of experience and payroll when an employer has transferred an identifiable and segregable portion of an employing unit to a successor employing unit, and specifies the conditions of the partial transfer of experience and payroll.