Information Commission Decisions

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  • Mr X and Ordnance Survey Ireland

    Whether OSI was justified in its decision to refuse access, under sections 37(1) and 15(1)(a) of the FOI Act, to a number of records, either in whole or in part, relating to the surveying of the applicant’s property and an adjoining property

  • Mr M and Office of the Attorney General

    Whether the Office of the Attorney General Office was justified in refusing the applicant’s request for records relating to amounts paid or to be paid in respect of litigation in which the Attorney General acted in a personal capacity while serving as Attorney General on the grounds that it does not hold the records sought for the purposes of the FOI Act

  • Mr Ken Foxe of Right to Know CLG and Office of Public Works

    Whether the OPW was justified in refusing access, under sections 32(1)(a)(ix), 32(1)(b), 32(1)(c) and 42(h) of the Act, to details of expenditure in specified years on security at private residences including the homes of members of the Oireachtas, Judges, CAB officials, the President and/or former President(s)

  • Ms Y and St James's Hospital

    Whether the Hospital was justified in refusing, under section 15(1)(a) of the FOI Act, access to records relating to the applicant on the ground that no further relevant records exist or can be found

  • Ms Q and Health Service Executive

    Whether the HSE was justified in its decision to refuse access, under section 42(m)(i) of the Act, to the identity of the source of information provided to it concerning the applicant

  • Mr Y and Health Service Executive

    Whether the HSE was justified in refusing the applicant’s request for access to his medical records under section 15(1)(i) of the FOI Act on the ground that the records sought were previously released to him

  • Ms A and Louth County Council

    Whether the Council was justified in refusing access to certain records and information relating to the installation of the Broadband Connection Point at a named location on the ground that one of the records sought does not exist and that the other withheld records and information do not fall within the scope of the applicant’s request

  • Mr X and Property Registration Authority

    Whether the PRA was justified in its decision to refuse access, under section 37(1) of the FOI Act, to a record relating to the applicant’s property and whether it was justified in refusing access to any other relevant records on the ground that no further records cold be found

  • Mr X and Irish Prison Service

    Whether IPS was justified in refusing access to a note concerning the applicant’s suspension from An Garda Síochána under section 42(j) of the FOI Act

  • Ms. X and Office of the Revenue Commissioners

    Whether Revenue was justified in refusing to grant access, under section 15(1)(a) of the Act, to records containing further information regarding a note to block payment for annual leave that was attached to the applicant’s file on the ground that no relevant records exist or could be found

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  • Ms X and Radio Teilifís Éireann

    Whether RTÉ was justified in refusing access to records relating to, and arising from, correspondence between the applicant and RTÉ on the basis that the records fall outside the scope of the Act having regard to the FOI Act, 1997 (Prescribed Bodies) (No. 2) Regulations, 2000 (S.I. No 115 of 2000)...

  • Mr E and Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine

    Whether the Department was justified in refusing access to a cost-benefit analysis report concerning the development of a deep water quay at Rossaveel Harbour, Co. Galway, under sections 29(1), 30(1)(a) and 40(1)(b) of the FOI...

  • Mr S and Department of Justice and Equality

    Whether the Department was justified, under section 15(1)(a) of the FOI Act, in refusing access to records from 1993 and 1994 relating to the applicant that were signed under the official seal of the Minister for Justice on the ground that it does not hold the records...

  • Ms X and St James's Hospital

    Whether the Hospital was justified in refusing an application made under section 9 of the Act for the amendment of a record of an alleged incident involving the applicant on the ground that the applicant has not shown that the information that is the subject of the application is, on the balance of ...

  • Ms X and St Vincent's University Hospital

    Whether the Hospital was justified in its decision to refuse the applicant’s request for access to certain additional medical records relating to her late mother from May and June 2017 other than those already released to her on the ground that no further relevant records exist or can be...

  • Mr X and Public Appointments Service

    Whether the PAS was justified in refusing access to certain records concerning job competitions entered by the...

  • Mr X and Cork County Council

    Whether the Council was justified in refusing access to all records relating to the recovery of costs from a notice party to legal proceedings involving the...

  • Mr X and the Health and Information Quality Authority (HIQA)

    Whether HIQA was justified in refusing access to a draft report of an inspection of a named care facility under sections 29(1) and 30(1)(a) of the FOI...

  • C company, c/o W Solicitors and the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (the Department)

    Whether the Department was justified in refusing, under section 29(1) of the Act, the applicant's request for records relating to applications it submitted to the Department in 2006 and 2014 for an aquaculture...

  • Mr Y and the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (the Department)

    Whether the Department was justified in refusing access to records of personal information belonging to the applicant under section 15(1)(a) on the grounds that the records sought do not exist or cannot be found after all reasonable steps have been taken to locate...

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