width="400" align="left" /><br /><br />The term <a href="http://gov-record.org/oregon-public-records/">State
Of Oregon Public Records</a> public records as used in Oregon Public Records is a broad term that refers to all records that are supposed to be <a href="http://gov-record.org/court-records-public-access/">Court
Records Search</a> available to the public because they contain information that would be important to the welfare of the public. It is for this <img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4807/31924285908_5ba65b517d.jpg"
align="left" width="209" style="padding:10px;"/> reason that most of the documents that are being requested from the government falls under this designation, and it is because of the fact that people want to know as much as possible about events that would have effects that would be biding upon them despite the fact that they do not take part in the same that these records are being requested for.<br /><br />These records are the best evidence that could be requested for because these records are public records and official records at the same time. The fact that these records are public records means that they are supposed to be available to the public at all times. A person may make the request for copies of these records even if the person does not have a reason to make the request, though it must be noted that most people who would make the request would have a reason for making the request given that a request for these records would not come for free. Nevertheless, the required fee for making the request would not be that high and would not represent a true obstacle to any person who has a legitimate reason for making the request.<br /><br />As these records are also official records, they are given the presumption of regularity such that the contents of the records are presumed to be true and accurate at all times. The party who would present copies of these records need not prove that the contents of the records are true and accurate as they are already presumed to be so. However, note that the presumption does not apply if the records were not obtained from the official sources as only such records would be given the presumption in question.<br /><br />A request for copies of these records could be done from a number of offices at both the local or county level and the national or state level, though it must be noted that most requests are made at the local level as there would be fewer records here that would have to be checked. The method for making the request would depend on the place where the request would be made, though in general, it would either be to make the request through the mail or in person with both methods having their own inherent set of advantages and disadvantages that would have to be taken into consideration when making the request.<br /><br />Oregon Court Records Public Access could also be done through the use of online databases. Faster and more efficient in presenting the information in question, these databases are also to find and use, though note that despite the fact that they would be able to present information that would be substantially the same as that which could be found from the official sources, they are not official sources for the purposes of the presumption of regularity.