(1) When a public record is subject to disclosure under ORS 192.502 (9)(b), in lieu of making the public record available for inspection by providing a copy
of the record, the public body may prepare and release a condensation from the record
of the significant facts that are not otherwise exempt from disclosure under ORS 192.410 to 192.505. The release of the condensation does not waive any privilege under ORS 40.225 to 40.295.
(2) The person seeking to inspect or receive a copy of any public record for which
a condensation of facts has been provided under this section may petition for review
of the denial to inspect or receive a copy of the records under ORS 192.410 to 192.505. In such a review, the Attorney General, district attorney or court shall, in addition
to reviewing the records to which access was denied, compare those records to the
condensation to determine whether the condensation adequately describes the significant
facts contained in the records.
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