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Documents, Dossiers and the inside Dope: A Practical Guide to Freedom of Information Law
Allen & Unwin
Publication Date :
1 Jan 1993
Exercising one's right to see documentary information held by the government can be a daunting prospect for the uninitiated. This book is a guide to the Commonwealth and Victorian Freedom of Information laws, rights, what they mean and how to use them. Whether the request is for personal or top secret government documents, this book explains what one can ask to see, how to make an application, how much it will cost and how long it will take. It explains the grounds on which requests may be refused, rights to appeal, alternative solutions and how best to use them. For lawyers, government officers, social workers and all interested lay people, this book should be a useful guide.
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