Commercial Purpose

Persons requesting reproductions of public records or other matters for 1 or more commercial purposes must complete the Commercial Purpose Statement contained in the request form. Any individual who knowingly falsifies the Commercial Purpose Statement is guilty of a class 6 felony.

Upon receipt of the request form with the completed Commercial Purpose Statement, the Town Clerk or the department custodian (as appropriate) may furnish the reproductions and assess a charge.

Pursuant to ARS §39-121.03(B), any custodian of a public record is authorized to apply to the Governor to request that the Governor prohibit by Executive Order the furnishing of copies, printouts or photographs in instances where that custodian determines that the commercial purpose stated in the verified certification is a misuse of public records or is an abuse of the right to receive public records.