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It would appear1, 2, 3, 4 that a dead person is no longer a natural person. Records about a dead person would not be protected. However, it doesn't necessarily follow that the protections of 1798.3 for records that were created when the person was alive would cease on that person's death. Some rights of the individual survive death and some don't. I don't ...


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Dead people are "natural people" (the term is used to distinguish corporations and so on). There does not seem to be any exception made in the case the individual is dead or has been dead for some time, other than to conservators, beneficiaries, or for statistical purposes (etc.), or with permission of next of kin. The Public Records Act limits disclosure ...


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