Appealing to the Administrative Decisions Tribunal
The NSW Administrative Decisions Tribunal reviews the actions of government departments in NSW. It can:
- confirm OEH's decision about your formal application for information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act) or personal information application made under the privacy legislation
- disallow that decision and make another in its place
- pass the matter back to OEH, telling us to deal with your application differently.
Refer to What is a review by the Administrative Decisions Tribunal? in relation to GIPA Act decisions.
What it will cost to appeal to the Tribunal
Phone the registry on (02) 9223 4677 or visit the Administrative Decisions Tribunal website for details.
To find out more or to download an appeal application form, visit the Administrative Decisions Tribunal website, or phone (02) 9223 4677.
Page last updated: 27 June 2011