Where Do I locate AASB's definition of words?

Waiting for an internal review by Australian Accounting Standards Board of their handling of this request.

Scott, of the family Chapman

Dear Australian Accounting Standards Board,

Do you use a finical accounting guide (or equivalent) that would provide the accepted definition of words? For example, what is included within the words, a 'finical institution' under the rules of the Australian Accounting Standards Board?
Can you provide access to the guide or manual you use, please?

Are Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) accepted for use by all Australian 'finical institutions'? What document do you have access to would affirm your response?

Yours faithfully,
Scott, of the family Chapman

Scott, of the family Chapman

Dear Australian Accounting Standards Board,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of the Australian Accounting Standards Board's handling of my FOI request 'Where Do I locate AASB's definition of words?'.

I note that the Australian Accounting Standards Board did not object to receiving the previous notification request issued to them. Australian Accounting Standards Board did not inform me that they do not have enough information to fulfill the request requirements. Australian Accounting Standards Board did not inform me that they do not understand the request. Notably, the statutory period has expired and Australian Accounting Standards Board did not request an extension of time.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.righttoknow.org.au/request/w...

It is presumed that the failure to answer a written request for information was a mistake on your behalf and I still look forward to receiving the information from you.

Kind Regards,
Scott, of the family Chapman

Australian Accounting Standards Board

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Sent a follow up to Australian Accounting Standards Board again.

Scott, of the family Chapman

Dear Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB),

I refer to the very simple request for information issued to you March 24, 2021.

That being,
1. Where Do AASB derive their definition of words from?
2. What is included within the words, a 'finical institution?
3. What document do you have access to that would affirm that Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) are accepted for use by all Australian 'finical institutions'?

I note that AASB has not provided any response to date which is regarded as a breach of performance of your public office. However, this may be just an oversight/mistake on your behalf, therefore I will give you an extra ten (10) days with an opportunity to cure all known defects. Failure to respond will be regarded as your dishonour of your public office duty.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.righttoknow.org.au/request/w...

Yours faithfully,
Scott, of the family Chapman

Scott, of the family Chapman

NOTICE OF DEFAULT

Podium Level,
Level 14, 530 Collins Street,
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Australia

13 July 2021

Dear Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB),

I write to you again due to AASB's failure to respond when it is reasonable for a response to be provided since the agency (AASB) has a duty to respond. Notably, you did not provide a relevant section of your policy that allows you to ignore a formal written request for information issued to you. Therefore I acknowledge that the agency representatives are operating outside the ambit of the agency's delegated authority. As such your dishonour requires the agency to provide the originally requested information.

I acknowledge this information request is directly associated with the regulatory duties/function of a government agency, which satisfies the compelling public interest test. Please provide the information in a prompt manner.

Yours sincerely,
Scott, of the family Chapman, in Sui Juris capacity.