ACCESS TO ARCHIVAL RECORD
   
 
  • Every user has the right to use archives on equal terms with all other users.

  • Public archives according to regulations, become accessible to the public 30 years after their date of origin, but they also may become available before the expiration of the set limit, if the records were from the beginning intended for public use or if their creator approved the records for early release when they were acquired by the Archives.

  • Public archives containing information referring to the defense, international relations, economic interest of the state and affairs of national security, and whose publication would cause harmful consequences for national security or to the national interest of the Republic of Croatia, become accessible for public use 50 years after their date of origin, if separate regulations do not determine otherwise.

  • Public archives referring to personal data (register of births, marriages and deaths, medical documentation, personal files, juridical, tax, financial files etc.) become accessible 70 years after their date of origin, if separate regulations do not determine otherwise, or, respectively 100 years after the birth of the person to whom the records refer.

  • Creators whose activities caused the emergence of the records in the first place are allowed to use the archival records without any restrictions, but only for the purpose of activities originally intended for those records.
   
 
 
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