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Due Diligence and Public Records

Due diligence is a legal obligation. Discover the types of public information available and when it is legal to access and use such information. Learn about differences between public records and public information and how jurisdiction might affect your research. This section of the CIR teaching Web reviews due diligence requirements, examines public records and public information and discusses permissible uses of public information.

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