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required records doctrine

noun re·quired records doctrine

Legal Definition of required records doctrine

  1. :  a doctrine holding that the privilege against self-incrimination does not apply to business records that are customarily kept in accordance with government regulation and that have aspects such that the records can be characterized as public


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