§ 39. Destruction of records. (a) Period of retention. The Administrator may destroy any disclosure statements or orders, together with
the files and folders, as useless or obsolete, 4 years after the date of receipt or
issuance. A permanent record shall be maintained of any civil or criminal enforcement of this
Act by the Administrator.
(b) Microfilm. Copies on microfilm or in other form which may be retained by the Administrator
in his discretion of any records destroyed under authority of this Section shall be
accepted for all purposes as equivalent to the original when certified by the Administrator.
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