USE OF THE RECORDS
- Archival material is used for scientific, research, cultural, educational, publishing and journalistic purposes. Legal and natural persons can also use the records for administrative, business and personal purposes, provided that the above bodies prove legal interest to do so.
- Original records or their copies are accessible for research, study, cultural, official, business, personal and other purposes in the Archives’ reading rooms in Ljubljana at 1 Zvezdarska and 1 Kongresni trg. The Archives is also opened to groups of primary and secondary school pupils, students and other groups or individuals.
- On the basis of the clients’ written requests, the Archives issues certificates and certified and non-certified copies of documents for official, business and personal purposes. Such ceritificates and copies may be submitted to the client by mail, fax, e-mail or in person.
- Public and private records are accessible in accordance with the Archives and Archival Institutions Act, the Rules on the Use of Public Archives in Archival Institutions, the Reading Room Regulations, and the conditions pertaining to the record types and dates of restricted use which are set by the owners of the record groups and collections.
- Archival material is available to natural and legal persons. Before being granted access to records, minors have to present a certificate issued by their legal representative or a similar institution.
- Foreign citizens have the same rights regarding the use of the records as do Slovene citizens.
- The Archives staff do not extract data from the records for the purposes of research and study, nor do they provide their users with transcripts, translations or research services.
- The users are held responsible for any misuse of confidential and personal data, as well as data relating to the privacy of an individual.