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Can you SAR a council benefits team?

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Due to endless problems with benefits and the fact that we intend to claim compensation possibly through the small claims court, however in order to do this we need true copies of all correspondence and conversations where recorded in order to prove their incompetence which is still ongoing. See my entry in http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/benefits-tax-credits-minimum/210897-victory-over-theiving-council.html

 

Can we use a SAR to obtain all documentation relating to this unfortunate episode in our lives including all notes that they may have made regarding this issue to prove our case?

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You can SAR any company or public body that holds information on you.

 

Submit your request under the "Freedom of information act". There is guidance here from the Information Commisioner : Freedom of Information Act documentation - ICO

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