Dear Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet,I have A document stating no local government or state government have the legal right to issue fines to the public the document says only the federal government allowed to issue fines to the public . Can you please explain this for me
Yours faithfully, Michael
Dear Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet,
Waiting for repl
I refer to your email below dated 29 October 2019 sent to the Department
of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (the Department) – our reference
I am writing to advise you of further information in relation to the
processing of your request.
Section 15 of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act) requires that
a request for access meets certain requirements. These requirements are:
- It must be in writing;
- It must state it is a request for the purposes of the FOI Act;
- It must provide such information as is reasonably necessary to
enable the agency to identify the document/s.
This email is to advise that your request, in its current form, does not
constitute a valid request under the FOI Act. This is because we are
unable to identify the specific documents you are seeking based on the
information you have provided.
If you would like assistance to make a valid FOI request, please feel free
to contact the Department by return email at [email address].
The Department will take no further action in relation to this enquiry.
FOI and Privacy Section | Legal Policy Branch
Government Division | Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
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