Continuous custody

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Definition of Continuous Custody

"In contemporary U.S. usage, the archival principle that to guarantee archival integrity, archival materials should either be retained by the creating organization or transferred directly to an archival institution." "In British usage, the principle that noncurrent records must be retained by the creating organization or its successor in function to be considered archival."[1]

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