Copy of Record Law and Legal Definition

According to 40 CFR 3.3 [Title 40 : Protection Of Environment Chapter I ; Environmental Protection Agency Subchapter A ; General Part 3 ; Cross-Media Electronic Reporting Subpart A ; General Provisions ] Copy of record means “a true and correct copy of an electronic document received by an electronic document receiving system, which copy can be viewed in a human-readable format that clearly and accurately associates all the information provided in the electronic document with descriptions or labeling of the information. A copy of record includes:

(1) All electronic signatures contained in or logically associated with that document;

(2) The date and time of receipt; and

(3) Any other information used to record the meaning of the document or the circumstances of its receipt.”