Utah Department of Administrative Services

Division of Archives & Records Service

Attorney General's Office. Tax and Revenue Division

290--Case files
4151--Financial Institutions case files
4166--Tax Commission case files
9982--Insurance Department case files

AGENCY: Attorney General's Office. Tax and Revenue Division

SERIES: 290
TITLE: Case files
DATES: 1975-
ARRANGEMENT: Alphabetical by case name or designation.

DESCRIPTION: These files document cases litigated by the Tax and Business Regulation Division of the Attorney General's Office. Information includes correspondence, assigned attorney, attorney work product, and affidavits.

RETENTION

Retain 15 years.

DISPOSITION

Destroy.

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION

Retention and disposition for this series were specifically approved by the State Records Committee.

APPROVED: 12/1998

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

The retention and disposition information on this schedule applies to the record copy which can be in any format. The record copy can include different formats. Format management information provided here is for the purpose of managing records that are being either stored by or transferred to the Utah State Archives.

Paper: Retain in Office for 1 year after case closes and then transfer to State Records Center. Retain in State Records Center for 14 years and then destroy provided appellate process has been completed.

APPRAISAL

Administrative Legal

This disposition is based on the administrative needs expressed by the agency.

PRIMARY CLASSIFICATION

Protected


AGENCY: Attorney General's Office. Tax and Revenue Division

SERIES: 4151
TITLE: Financial Institutions case files
DATES: 1980-
ARRANGEMENT: Alphabetical by case name
ANNUAL ACCUMULATION: 4.00 cubic feet.

DESCRIPTION: These files document the legal cases for the Department of Financial Institutions. The Attorney General's office is responsible for representing state agencies in legal actions brought against them, (UCA 67-5-3 thru 67-5-5 (1991)). These files provide the Attorney General's office with documentation essential for representing the Department of Financial Institutions. Information includes pleadings, correspondence, attorney's research and notes, court orders, and affidavits.

RETENTION

Retain 10 years.

DISPOSITION

Destroy.

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION

These records are in Archives' permanent custody.

APPROVED: 09/1992

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

The retention and disposition information on this schedule applies to the record copy which can be in any format. The record copy can include different formats. Format management information provided here is for the purpose of managing records that are being either stored by or transferred to the Utah State Archives.

Paper: Retain in Office for 1 year or until case is resolved and then transfer to State Records Center. Retain in State Records Center for 9 years and then destroy.

APPRAISAL

Administrative

This disposition is based on the needs expressed by the agency.

PRIMARY CLASSIFICATION

Private

SECONDARY CLASSIFICATION

Protected. Attorney's research and notes


AGENCY: Attorney General's Office. Tax and Revenue Division

SERIES: 4166
TITLE: Tax Commission case files
DATES: 1903-
ARRANGEMENT: Alphabetical by case name
ANNUAL ACCUMULATION: 40.00 cubic feet.

DESCRIPTION: These files document the legal cases for the Utah State Tax Commission. The Attorney General's office is responsible for representing state agencies in legal actions brought against them, (UCA 67-5-3 thru 67-5-5 (1991)). These files provide the Attorney General's office with the documentation essential for representing the Tax Commission. Information includes pleadings, correspondence, attorney's research and notes, court orders, complaints, and affidavits.

RETENTION

Retain 10 years after case closes.

DISPOSITION

Destroy provided no pending action or litigation.

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION

Retention and disposition for this series were specifically approved by the State Records Committee.

APPROVED: 09/1992

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

The retention and disposition information on this schedule applies to the record copy which can be in any format. The record copy can include different formats. Format management information provided here is for the purpose of managing records that are being either stored by or transferred to the Utah State Archives.

Paper: Retain in Office for 1 year or until case is resolved and then transfer to State Records Center. Retain in State Records Center for 9 years and then destroy provided no pending action or litigation.

APPRAISAL

Administrative

This disposition is based on the needs expressed by the agency.

PRIMARY CLASSIFICATION

Private

SECONDARY CLASSIFICATION

Protected. Attorney's research and notes


AGENCY: Attorney General's Office. Tax and Revenue Division

SERIES: 9982
TITLE: Insurance Department case files
DATES: 1980-
ARRANGEMENT: Alphabetical by case name
ANNUAL ACCUMULATION: 21.00 cubic feet.

DESCRIPTION: These files document the legal cases for the Insurance Department. The Attorney General's office is responsible for representing state agencies in legal actions brought against them, (UCA_67-5-3-5 thru 67-5-5 (1991)). These files provide the Attorney General's office with documentation essential for representing the Insurance Department. Information includes pleadings, correspondence, attorney's research and notes, court orders, complaints, and affidavits.

RETENTION

Retain 10 years.

DISPOSITION

Destroy.

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION

These records are in Archives' permanent custody.

APPROVED: 09/1992

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

The retention and disposition information on this schedule applies to the record copy which can be in any format. The record copy can include different formats. Format management information provided here is for the purpose of managing records that are being either stored by or transferred to the Utah State Archives.

Paper: Retain in Office for 1 year or until case is resolved and then transfer to State Records Center. Retain in State Records Center for 9 years and then destroy.

APPRAISAL

Administrative

This disposition is based on the needs expressed by the agency.

PRIMARY CLASSIFICATION

Private

SECONDARY CLASSIFICATION

Controlled. Personality inventory

Protected. Attorney's research and notes