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Dear Attorney-General's Department,

I am making an FOI request under the FOI Act 1983 for

1. A Federal Agency, and/or Federal Employee, and/or other Federal personnel have jurisdiction over a man; and 2. A Federal Agency, and/or Federal Employee, and/or other Federal personnel have jurisdiction over said man's property.

Yours faithfully,

Josephine

AGD FOI Requests, Attorney-General's Department

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OFFICIAL
Dear Josephine

Thank you for your email, which was received by the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department (the department) Freedom of Information (FOI) section on 15 May 2024.

The right of access to information under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act) pertains to documents held by this department such as internal correspondence, ministerial submissions, reports, etc. Your request as it currently reads does not seem to clearly identify the document or documents to which you are seeking access. We invite you to revise your request to specify this.

We wish to note that all Australian legislation is available on the Federal Register of Legislation here: https://www.legislation.gov.au/

You can also submit specific questions you may have in relation to the operation of the parliament through the Parliamentary Education Office at https://peo.gov.au/understand-our-parlia.... Alternatively, if you do have specific questions about the operation of government or the effect of laws in Australia, you may wish to seek independent legal advice.

Please let us know if we have misunderstood the nature of your request, or if you wish to submit a new or revised request for access to documents held by this department. Alternatively, if you no longer wish to pursue your request, you may choose to withdraw it.

Kind regards

Freedom of Information & Privacy
Attorney-General’s Department
Phone: (02) 6141 6666 | Email: [AGD request email]
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Dear AGD FOI Requests,
Thanks for your reply. I have looked at the Parliamentary Education Office website and it has information about rights in Australia which is what I am interested in.

I withdraw this request.

Yours sincerely,

Josephine