Document Requests

Document Requests

There are many types of documents and lots of them are a matter of public record, so anyone can view them or request copies if they decide to do so.
These types of records include litigation, company filings, public statements, rule-making and news digest.
You can request the records of litigation releases, Administrative Law Judges decisions and orders, trading suspensions, briefs, proposed rules, final rules, policy statements, concept releases, exemptive orders, annual reports, public utility holdings, press releases, testimonies, news digest, and more.

Document requests are fulfilled by specific governmental and financial institutions.
Here at, we can help you making the process of document requests much more straightforward,
so you can get what you need without any time wasted.

The very first thing you can do when you require a document is to know where it can be found.
For example, courts don’t normally keep some documents (such as a police report), even though it may have been in the court case. After it is used, it’ll be sent to the official keeper of such record.
There are archives which are used to keep old files, and you may need to go there for your document.
This will require knowing where the records are kept and what the requirements are to obtain them.

To request a document, you’ll need to be aware of the requirements and then take the adequate steps to get the document you seek.
Usually, there will be a document request form that you’ll have to fill out which indicates who you are and why you want the records –
but not always. If it is a public document, you may be able to just view or print it from an online source.

When you need to know more about requests for documents or those that are non-public records, some additional steps will be required.

Requests for Documents

Document requests can be made through the proper channels once you know what it is you are looking for.
When something is a matter of public record, you just need to know where to go in order to access the information that you require.
However, when you’re looking for non-public records, there are some different steps you’ll need to take.

For some non-public documents, you can file a request under the Freedom of Information Act from their official website.
And you may also want to check with the policies for the record-keeper of the documents you seek.

When you have exhausted all of the methods you can think of to find the records you require,
you might decide to hire a private investigator or find other methods of getting the documents you need.
Sometimes, the types of records you are searching for can’t be accessed unless they are about you, personally.

We know that getting the documents you want can be confusing and tricky, sometimes.
That’s why here at, we make sure that the information you need to find is easily available, online.

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