FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 1982

PART V - AMENDMENT AND ANNOTATION OF PERSONAL RECORDS  

SECTION 51A   51A   Requirements of an application for annotation  
An application for annotation must:


(a) be in writing; and


(b) as far as practicable, specify the document or official document containing the record of personal information that is claimed to require annotation; and


(c) be accompanied by a statement by the applicant that specifies:


(i) the information that is claimed to be incomplete, incorrect, out of date or misleading; and

(ii) whether the information is claimed to be incomplete, incorrect, out of date or misleading; and

(iii) the applicant's reasons for so claiming; and

(iv) such other information as would make the information complete, correct, up to date or not misleading; and


(d) specify an address in Australia to which a notice under this Part may be sent to the applicant; and


(e) be sent by post to the agency or Minister, or delivered to an officer of the agency or a member of the staff of the Minister, at the address of the office of the agency or Minister (as the case may be) determined in accordance with paragraph 15(2)(d) .




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