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Comprehensive guidance on the access to information regime in New Zealand.
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This book provides comprehensive guidance on the access to information regime in New Zealand, including access to official information under the Official Information Act 1982, the Local Government Official Information and the Meetings Act 1987. With the enactment of the Privacy Act 1993, the scheme also involves access to individual’s personal information held by both public and private sector agencies. The authors aim to provide clear, concise and practical guidance on how to respond appropriately to information requests under the regime.
This second edition covers:
- general principles and concepts of the access to information regime;
- practice and procedure in seeking access to information;
- justifications for withholding information;
- reasons for decisions;
- correction of personal information;
- remedies for denying access.
The book also includes appendices with practical tools to assist those dealing with the access to information regime in New Zealand.
Taylor, Judicial Review: A New Zealand Perspective, 4th edition, 2018
Chen, Public Law Toolbox, 2nd edition, 2014
Privacy Law and Practice looseleaf publication
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Practice and Procedure for Access to Information
Chapter 3: Justifications for Withholding Information
Chapter 4: Reasons for Decisions
Chapter 5: Correction of Personal Information
Chapter 6: Remedies for Denying Access
Appendix 1: Checklist for processing an official information request
Appendix 2: Release of Official Information: Guidelines for Co-ordination
Appendix 3: Charging Guidelines for Official Information Act 1982 Requests
Appendix 4: Official Information Act 1982
Appendix 5: Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987
Appendix 6: Ombudsmen Act 1975
Appendix 7: Privacy Act 1993
Appendix 8: Codes of Practice under the Privacy Act
Appendix 9: Comparative Table of Provision