New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Title 11 - INSURANCE
Chapter X - Records
Part 242 - Access To Personal Information
Section 242.3 - Proof of identity

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 38, September 21, 2022

(a) When a request is made in person, or when records are made available in person following a request made by mail, the agency may require appropriate identification, such as a driver's license, an identifier assigned to the data subject by the agency, a photograph, or similar information that confirms that the record sought pertains to the data subject.

(b) When a request is made by mail, the agency may require verification of a signature or inclusion of an identifier generally known only by a data subject, or similar appropriate identification.

(c) Proof of identity shall not be required regarding a request for a record accessible to the public pursuant to article 6 of the Public Officers Law.

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