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(a) The statewide electronic filing system fund is an account in the general revenue fund.
(b) Money in the statewide electronic filing system fund may only be appropriated to the Office of Court Administration of the Texas Judicial System and used to:
(1) support a statewide electronic filing technology project for courts in this state;
(2) provide grants to counties to implement components of the project; or
(3) support court technology projects that have a statewide impact as determined by the office of court administration.
If responsive records contain both exempt and nonexempt material, the Agency will consult with legal counsel, as discussed in § 2105.21(c). After consultation, the Agency will partially grant and partially deny the request by:
(a) Segregating and releasing the nonexempt information, unless the nonexempt material is so intertwined with the exempt material that disclosure of it would leave only meaningless words and phrases;
(b) Indicating on the released portion of the record the amount of information deleted and the FOIA exemption under which the deletion was made, unless doing so would harm an interest protected by the FOIA exemption used to withhold the information; and
(c) If technically feasible, indicating the amount of information deleted and the FOIA exemption under which the deletion was made at the place in the record where the deletion was made.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Government Code - GOV'T § 51.852. Statewide Electronic Filing System Fund - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/government-code/gov-t-sect-51-852.html
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