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Not necessarily "parking" I know, but as I spend most of my time here, I hought I'd get a quick answer. :)

 

I want some info held by a 3rd party about me, (not a government department). Do I request it as "Freedom of Information" and if so, I think I have read somewhere that they may charge up to £10 for this info. I intend enclosing the fee and asking them to return the cheque with the info if no fee is due.

 

Does that sound like the right course?

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If its not a public body then no its not a FOI request, its a Subject Access Request you need to submit.

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If its not a public body then no its not a FOI request, its a Subject Access Request you need to submit.

 

Even if it is a public body it's not FOI its DPA.

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