Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 03, 2014
ObituaryLocator.com is launching a guide that will teach people the legitimate ways to use death records without violating the law, the company announced yesterday.
“People have a legitimate right to get access to public death records,” an ObituaryLocator.com spokesman said. “But, there are many laws governing the use of death records. Plus, there are ways to use death records in a way that violates the law and we want to help people avoid that.”
The ObituaryLocator.com guide will explain the laws governing the legitimate use of death records in plain English, he said.
“The law can be very complicated for the layperson to understand,” he said. “So we are going to help simplify things by explaining the laws regarding death records in a way that makes sense to the average person.”
The most common legitimate reason to download death records is when starting to build a family tree, he said.
“But there are many more ways to use death records in a legitimate fashion,” he said. “Unfortunately, there are also ways to accidentally violate the law with death records. For example, if you use them in relation to any hiring practice, you will be in violation of the law.”
The legitimate death record guide will be posted on the members' area of ObituaryLocator.com, he said.
“We think that the public will appreciate our efforts to help them,” he said.
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