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Contents (2009 - 52)
Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 No 52
Current version for 1 July 2017 to date (accessed 23 November 2017 at 03:52)
Part 5 Division 1 Section 80
80   Which decisions are reviewable decisions
The following decisions of an agency in respect of an access application are reviewable decisions for the purposes of this Part:
(a)  a decision that an application is not a valid access application,
(b)  a decision to transfer an access application to another agency, as an agency-initiated transfer,
(c)  a decision to refuse to deal with an access application (including such a decision that is deemed to have been made),
(d)  a decision to provide access or to refuse to provide access to information in response to an access application,
(e)  a decision that government information is not held by the agency,
(f)  a decision that information applied for is already available to the applicant,
(g)  a decision to refuse to confirm or deny that information is held by the agency,
(h)  a decision to defer the provision of access to information in response to an access application,
(i)  a decision to provide access to information in a particular way in response to an access application (or a decision not to provide access in the way requested by the applicant),
(j)  a decision to impose a processing charge or to require an advance deposit,
(k)  a decision to refuse a reduction in a processing charge,
(l)  a decision to refuse to deal further with an access application because an applicant has failed to pay an advance deposit within the time required for payment,
(m)  a decision to include information in a disclosure log despite an objection by an authorised objector (or a decision that an authorised objector was not entitled to object).