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FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 1992 - SECT 65

65 .         Complaint against agency’s decision, making

        (1)         A complaint may be made against an agency’s decision —

            (a)         to give access to a document; or

            (b)         to give access to an edited copy of a document; or

            (c)         to refuse to deal with an access application; or

            (d)         to refuse access to a document; or

            (e)         to defer the giving of access to a document; or

            (f)         to give access to a document in the manner referred to in section 28 or withhold access under that section; or

            (g)         to impose a charge or require the payment of a deposit.

        (2)         A complaint under subsection (1) may be made by —

            (a)         the access applicant; or

            (b)         a third party.

        (3)         A complaint may be made against an agency’s decision —

            (a)         not to amend information in accordance with an application for amendment under Part 3; or

            (b)         not to comply with a request by the applicant for amendment to make a notation or attachment to information.

        (4)         A complaint under subsection (3) may be made by the applicant for amendment.



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