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From: Dave

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Dear Queensland Registrar General of Births, Deaths and Marriages,

If possible, please treat this as an administrative or informal request.

Otherwise, please consider this a request under the FOI Act.

Can you please provide all information relating to documents for the administrative procedures of a baby boy or girl born in a state hospital or external. Please provide all documents for information required by Births, Deaths and Marriages for the registration procedure which may include CERTIFICATE OF BIRTH. With the examples of these documents no personal information is necessary.

I ask that all fees in relation to this request be waived because the release of the documents is in the public interest.

Yours faithfully,

Dave322∴

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From: RTI Administration
Queensland Registrar General of Births, Deaths and Marriages

Thank you for your email which has been received by Right to Information
(RTI) and Privacy, Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG).

Right to Information Act / Information Privacy Act Applications

If you are making an application to DJAG under either the Information
Privacy Act 2009 (IP Act) or the Right to Information Act 2009 (RTI Act) a
member of RTI and Privacy will respond in writing acknowledging receipt of
your application and advising how the application will proceed, and any
further actions that may be required by you.

Once your application is valid (meaning that all of the requirements for a
valid application under the legislation have been met) you will be
notified in writing and the statutory timeframe for processing a decision
(25 business days) will commence, however this may be extended.  If this
occurs an officer from RTI and Privacy will contact you.

RTI and Privacy is able to assist you with information regarding the
procedural steps to lodge an application under the RTI Act or the IP Act
with DJAG for documents in its possession or control.  However, the RTI
and IP process is not designed to answer questions.  If you are seeking
answers to questions, and not documents, you might consider contacting the
business unit in DJAG responsible for the subject matter of your questions
directly.

Advice

RTI and Privacy does not provide legal advice.

Other government contacts

Should you wish to lodge an application with another Queensland government
agency please [1]contact their Right to Information and Privacy Unit, as
we are unable to comment on their processes or what records they may
potentially hold.

Should you require general advice regarding lodging applications or
further information about RTI or IP you may wish to contact the Queensland
Office of the Information Commissioner (OIC) by email at: 
[2][email address], by telephone: (07) 3234 7373 or their
website: [3]https://www.oic.qld.gov.au.

If your application relates to the records of either a Commonwealth
Government agency or large company, neither of which are covered by
Queensland right to information and privacy legislation  you may wish to
contact the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner(OAIC) by
email at: [4][email address], by telephone : 1300 363 992 or their
website: [5]https://www.oaic.gov.au.

Credit Card Payments

RTI and Privacy will not accept credit card details by fax or email,
including PDF attachments.  If an email is received with credit card
details, it will be deleted immediately and your form will not be
processed.  This is in accordance with the Payment Card Industry Data
Security Standard.

Kind regards,

 

Right to Information and Privacy

Department of Justice and Attorney-General

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Good morning Dave

 

Thank you for your email received in Right to Information and Privacy,
Department of Justice and Attorney-General.

 

I wish to advise that the documentation you are seeking may be available
at the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages.  Therefore, you will need
to direct your enquiry to:

 

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages

Email:  [email address]

Telephone:  137468

 

I trust this information is of assistance to you.

 

Kind Regards

 

[1]image003Belinda Zieth

Principal Executive Officer

Right to Information and Privacy

Department of Justice and Attorney-General

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GPO Box 149, BRISBANE Qld 4000

P: 07 3738 9892  E: [2][email address]

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From: Dave

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Dear Queensland Registrar General of Births, Deaths and Marriages,

Please direct this request to the appropriate office in Queensland.
Should this not be an available option please provide the reasons for the Queensland Registrar General of Births, Deaths and Marriages department not being the appropriate office.

Yours faithfully,

Dave322∴

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