Disclosure log

Reference No. Dates Information Requested Information Given Notice Files Additional Information Decision Date Fees Time spent on application Ombudsman Decision Area
JACS2021-174 Application
27 October 2021
Publication
18 November 2021

…the internal procedural directives(s), (or other documents) that describe how a qualified employee, PUBLIC SERVANT (or other) of the said ACT Law Courts and Tribunal handle the following:

a man or woman that wishes to prosecute a claim in a 'common law Court of Record at the ACT Supreme (or Magistrates) Court' venue and presents a lawful claim to said qualified employee, PUBLIC SERVANT (or other:

and does the said procedure instruct the said qualified employee, PUBLIC SERVANT (or other) refer to the ACT Legislaiton: Magna Carta (1297) 25 Edw 1 c 29 ( https://www.legislation.act.gov.au/a/db_1781/ ) or the Magna Carta (1297) 25 Edw 1 c 29 that reads: "We will sell to no man, and we will not deny or defer to any man, either justice or right.

No information found 08 November 2021 N/A 1 working day N/A
JACS2021-173 Application
19 October 2021
Publication
18 November 2021

A copy of any internal policy, directive, law or rule that states or reads (or similar to): "a man must give up a right and become a Natural Person (or other legal entity) to prosecute a common law claim in an ACT Court venue".

No information found 08 November 2021 N/A 1 working day N/A
JACS2021-172 Application
18 October 2021
Publication
18 November 2021

There is no ACT Legislation that reads/states (or similar):

"The law of the land is not common law"

Is there an Internal Policy or Directive or law or rule that makes the above (or similar) claim/statement?

If so, provide: a copy of the internal policy or directive or law or rule (or other) and the name of the qualified employee or assign (or other) and date

No information found 08 November 2021 N/A 1 working N/A
JACS2021-171 Application
18 October 2021
Publication
18 November 2021

Is there an Internal Policy or Directive or law or rule that permits a qualified employee (or assign) of the ACT Law Courts And Tribunal Administration to:

  1. deny a man justice or right
  2. defer a man justice or right
  3. deny a man access to a ACT Court venue for the purposes of to prosecute a claim in common law
No information found 08 November 2021 N/A 1 working day N/A
JACS2021-170 Application
27 September 2021
Publication
18 November 2021

Deloitte’s Final Review Report on the administration of the Freedom of Information Act 2016 (January 2021).

Full release

Schedule

Documents

08 November 2021 N/A 2 working days N/A
JACS2021-169 Application
03 September 2021
Publication
02 November 2021

The final brief – Ministerial roundtable on eConveyancing (01/07/2021).

Partial release

Schedule

Documents

25 October 2021 N/A 2 working days N/A
JACS2021-168 Application
22 September 2021
Publication
21 October 2021
  • all documents created in 2018 that are medical or other certificates that show that an ACTAS staff member has an allergy to animals (in particular, dog hair);
  • all documents provided by the ACTAS staff during 2018 that deal with allergy to animals (in particular, dog hair); and
  • all ACTAS policies or procedures (however described) that operated during 2018 about animals on ACTAS premises.
Partial release

Schedule

Documents

15 October 2021 N/A 3 working days N/A
JACS2021-167 Application
22 September 2021
Publication
21 October 2021

All briefing documents provided by the Security and Emergency Management Branch to the Minister’s office regarding Project Bluesky.

No information found 13 October 2021 N/A 1 working days N/A
JACS2021-166 Application
20 August 2021
Publication
20 October 2021

The following documents generated or received by the ACT Government in relation to buy‐ups at the Alexander Maconochie Centre (AMC):

  • The current AMC buy‐ups list that includes the names of individual products and their associated cost.
  • The contract between the ACT Government and Corrective Services NSW that outlines the arrangement for Corrective Services NSW to supply the AMC with the purchased buy‐ups. This contract would include any fees or payments payable by the ACT Government to Corrective Services NSW.
  • Any tenders advertised by the ACT Government for the contract to supply the AMC with buy‐ups
  • Any responses or expressions of interest submitted in response to the tender.
Partial release

Schedule

Documents

05 October 2021 N/A 5 working days N/A
JACS2021-165 Application
20 August 2021
Publication
15 October 2021

'all records within your Commission's possession, custody or control that relate to evidence considered as well as assessments of the human rights impacts from the declaration (including its extensions) and directions.'

Partial release

Schedule

Documents

01 October 2021 N/A 5 working days N/A