Request for details of a telephone conference in September 2016

Steven Smith made this Freedom of Information request to Social Security Appeals Tribunal

The request was partially successful.

From: Steven Smith

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Dear Social Security Appeals Tribunal,
I am making a request under the freedom of Information Legislation to obtain the data from the telephone conference that occurred on the 6th of September 2016. It is relating to Administrator Appeals Tribunal Proceedings NO 2016/2300.

I would like to receive the data from this telephone conference to be able to support my application in applying for Disability Support Pension.

Yours faithfully,
Steven Smith

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Dear Mr Smith,

I refer to your Freedom of Information request below.

You have requested the 'data' from the telephone conference of 6 September 2016 in the matter of 2016/2300. To help us locate the relevant documents, could you please clarify what you mean by 'data'?

If you have any questions, please telephone me on 02 9276 5360 or email [email address].

Kind regards,

Claire Jordan
Policy Officer

Administrative Appeals Tribunal
Principal Registry, Sydney
Legal & Policy
T: 02 9276 5360 F: 02 9276 5599
E: [email address]

www.aat.gov.au

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From: Steven Smith

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Dear FOI,

The data that I am refering to is everything that was said in the telephone conference on the date specified.

Yours sincerely,

Steven Smith

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From: Steven Smith

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Dear FOI,

I am refering to all the information that was recorded in the phone conference

Yours sincerely,

Steven Smith

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From: Steven Smith

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Dear Social Security Appeals Tribunal,

i am refering to the phone conference that happened in september 2016

Yours faithfully,

Steven Smith

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Attachment Acknowledgement Smith.pdf
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Dear Mr Smith,

 

Please see the attached letter regarding your revised FOI request of 15
July 2017.

 

Kind regards,

 

 

Claire Jordan

Policy Officer

 

Administrative Appeals Tribunal

Principal Registry, Sydney

Legal & Policy

T: 02 9276 5360 F: 02 9276 5599

E: [1][email address]

 

[2]www.aat.gov.au

 

 

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legally privileged information. If the message was sent to you by mistake,
please delete all copies and notify the AAT by return email. Any review,
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Dear Mr Smith,

 

Please see the attached decision letter regarding your FOI request.

 

As noted on page 3 of the letter under the heading ‘Deferred access to the
documents’, I will give you the documents when you provide me with an
alternative personal address for receiving the documents. This is because
everything that I send you will be made public on the Right to Know
website for anyone to view and, as the documents contain sensitive
personal information about you, I do not consider it to be in the public
interest to provide the documents to you through the Right to Know email
address. I also note that the Right to Know website recommends that you do
not use their services to make FOI requests for your own personal
information (see ‘[1]Can I request information about myself?’ on the Right
to Know website).

 

Please contact me on 02 9276 5360 to provide a different address for
receiving the documents. Alternatively, you can email your address to
[2][email address] from your personal email account.

 

Kind regards,

 

 

Claire Jordan

Policy Officer

 

Administrative Appeals Tribunal

Principal Registry, Sydney

Legal & Policy

T: 02 9276 5360 F: 02 9276 5599

E: [3][email address]

 

[4]www.aat.gov.au

 

 

Important: This message and any attachments may contain confidential or
legally privileged information. If the message was sent to you by mistake,
please delete all copies and notify the AAT by return email. Any review,
retransmission, dissemination or other use of this information by persons
or entities other than the intended recipient is prohibited and may
attract criminal penalties.

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