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Seeking a review if an FOI application is refused

A person can seek a review of a decision to refuse to allow access to documents under freedom of information laws in Victoria and the Commonwealth.

A person can seek a review of a decision to refuse to allow access to documents under freedom of information laws in Victoria and the Commonwealth. They can also complain if they are not happy about the way that their application is being dealt with.

See FOI complaints and reviews.

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