Legal Question in Consumer Law in Texas

Copy of drivers license

Is it legal for a business to make a copy of your drivers

license for example-when you apply for the company's

credit card as part of thier records. Is there any legality

on any business making a xerox copy of a persons

drivers license.

Asked on 1/10/04, 11:09 am

2 Answers from Attorneys

Elizabeth Schaefer SCHAEFER LAW FIRM
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Re: Copy of drivers license

To the extent that the information on your driver's license is public record and you consented to its disclosure to the company, I don't know of any particular prohibitions. What is your concern?

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Answered on 1/11/04, 4:14 pm
Peter Bradie Bradie, Bradie & Bradie
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Re: Copy of drivers license

Insofar as I know it is not illegal to make a photostatic copy of a driver's license. It's the primary means of identification in this state, and usually used for identification with company credit card applications.

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Answered on 1/10/04, 11:15 pm

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