Administrative Decisions

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  • Mr X and Sunbeam House Services

    Whether SHS was justified in refusing access to a report about a residential centre under sections 29, 30(1)(a), 30(1)(b), 35, 36(1)(b), 36(1)(c) and 37(1) of the FOI Act

  • Mr JH and Property Registration Authority

    Whether the PRA was justified in its decision to refuse access to any further maps relating to a specified folio other than those released on the ground that it holds no further relevant maps, and to refuse access, under section 41(1)(a) of the Act, to the specified Instrument on the ground that disclosure of the record is prohibited by the Land Registration Rules 2012

  • Mr X and Trinity College Dublin

    Whether TCD was justified in refusing access to emails sent from a former student’s account on the basis that it does not hold the emails for the purposes of section 11(1) of the FOI Act

  • Mr X and Transport Infrastructure Ireland

    Whether TII was justified in refusing access to records concerning the selection of the preferred Metrolink route

  • Ms J and Health Service Executive

    Whether the HSE was justified in refusing access, under sections 17 and 37 of the FOI Act, to certain records, in whole or in part, relating to the applicant’s son held by the HSE’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

  • Y Ltd and Cork County Council

    Whether Cork County Council was justified in refusing accessing to tender documents relating to the N22 Baile Bhuirne to Macroom Road Development under sections 35 and 36 of the FOI Act

  • Mr Y and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage

    Whether the Department has complied with the requirements of section 10 of the Act in response to the application made by the applicant for a statement of reasons as to why he was reverted to his former grade at the end of his probationary period

  • Mr X c/o Y Solicitors and Department of Education

    Whether the Department was justified in refusing the applicant’s request under section 15(1)(g) of the FOI Act on the basis that it forms part of a pattern of manifestly unreasonable requests

  • Mr K and Department of Foreign Affairs

    Whether the statement of reasons supplied by the Department to the applicant as to why it had refused his data subject access requests (access requests) under the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (the GDPR) was sufficient for the purposes of section 10 of the FOI Act

  • Mr N and Longford and Westmeath Education and Training Board

    Whether LWETB was justified in refusing to grant access to part of a successful tenderer’s pre-award etender submission on the ground that it is exempt from release under section 36(1)(b) of the FOI Act