1 September 2014
Ms Amanda Sadanley
Dear Ms Sadanley
Request deemed withdrawn
I am writing to you in relation to your request under the Freedom of Information Act 1982
(the Act) on
24 July 2014 for:
“Incident Detail Report 1-2ZNPCM from the Department's Compliance, Case Management,
Detention and Settlement Portal. I also request any documents attached to the detailed
Purpose of this letter
This letter is further to the Charges notice under s.29 of the Act that I sent you on 1 August 2014
advising that you were liable to pay a charge in respect to processing your request.
Under the Act, you
were required to respond to the notice by close of business,
1 September 2014.
You have not responded to this notice. As advised, if no response was received in the specified
timeframe, your request will be taken to be ‘deemed’ withdrawn, pursuant to s.29(2) of the Act.
This request has been finalised as ‘deemed’ withdrawn. No further action will be taken on this request.
You may lodge a new request for access at any time.
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Department of Immigration and Border Protection
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