Underwood and Department of Housing and Public Works (No. 3) [2017] QICmr 15 (20 April 2017)

Application number:
100105 (remitted matter 310595)
Applicant:
Underwood
Respondent:
Department of Housing and Public Works
Decision date:
Thursday, Apr 20, 2017
Catchwords:

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – RIGHT TO INFORMATION – REFUSAL TO DEAL WITH APPLICATIONS – information subject of earlier access application and completed external review – whether the Information Commissioner should decide not to further deal with part of external review application concerning information previously dealt with under section 94(1)(a) of the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld)

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – RIGHT TO INFORMATION - SCOPE OF APPLICATION – application for access to information –information falling outside the scope of the access application

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – RIGHT TO INFORMATION – REFUSAL OF ACCESS – EXEMPT INFORMATION – LEGAL PROFESSIONAL PRIVILEGE – whether information is exempt on the basis of legal professional privilege under schedule 3, section 7 of the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld) - whether access may be refused under sections 47(3)(a) and 48 of the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld)

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – RIGHT TO INFORMATION – REFUSAL OF ACCESS – CONTRARY TO PUBLIC INTEREST INFORMATION – access refused to information about other individuals – personal information and privacy – business, commercial, financial affairs – whether disclosure would, on balance, be contrary to public interest – whether access may be refused under sections 47(3)(b) and 49 of the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld)

REASONS FOR DECISION

Summary

1. The applicant applied1 to the Department of Communities (Communities) under the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld) (RTI Act) for ‘the complete file’ concerning a specified residential unit then owned by Communities.  The applicant was a public housing tenant of the unit at the time she made her application.

2. Communities did not make a decision within the timeframe prescribed in the RTI Act.  Under section 46(1) of the RTI Act, Communities was therefore taken to have made a decision refusing access to the requested information (Deemed Refusal).

3. The applicant applied2 to the Office of the Information Commissioner (OIC) for external review of the Deemed Refusal.

4. OIC did not determine substantive issues arising from the applicant’s external review application, but decided3 not to further deal with that application, in accordance with section 94(1)(a) of the RTI Act (Original Decision).

5. The applicant appealed OIC’s Original Decision to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT).  By order dated 23 October 2014,4 QCAT set aside the Original Decision and remitted the matter to OIC to be dealt with according to the provisions of the RTI Act.

6. OIC reopened the external review and I have considered the matter afresh.  A considerable amount of information in issue at the outset of the review has been released to the applicant.  As for the balance, I have decided:

  • not to deal with, or not to further deal with, part of the applicant’s external review application under section 94(1)(a) of the RTI Act, on the basis that it is frivolous, vexatious, misconceived or lacking in substance, as it relates to information and issues dealt with pursuant to a prior RTI access application and concluded external review
  • that certain pages fall outside the scope of the applicant’s access application, as pages coming within an exclusion stated by her in that application, or containing information unrelated to its terms, and may therefore be excluded from further consideration
  • that access may be refused to other information, on the basis it comprises legally privileged and therefore exempt information; and
  • that access may be refused to the remaining information, on the basis its disclosure would, on balance, be contrary to the public interest.

Background

7. The period between OIC’s Original Decision and this decision has seen various machinery of government changes.  The respondent agency is now the Department of Housing and Public Works (HPW).

8. Significant procedural steps are set out in Appendix 1 to these reasons.

Reviewable decision

9. The decision under review is the Deemed Refusal taken to have been made on 31 March 2011.5

Material considered

10. The evidence, submissions, legislation and other material I have considered in reaching this decision are disclosed in these reasons (including footnotes and appendices).

Information in issue

11. HPW identified 2444 pages relevant to the applicant’s access application.  HPW agreed to release a considerable number of these pages to the applicant during the course of this review, in full or part.  Released information is not in issue.  The information that remains in issue is identified in Appendix 2.

12. Despite the release of information noted above, there still remains a large volume of information in issue in this review.  Given this, I have adopted a degree of generalisation in these reasons.  This is in keeping with the approach to voluminous applications endorsed by Woodward J of the Federal Court of Australia in News Corporation Ltd & Ors v National Companies and Securities Commission,6 His Honour observing that:  ‘… if the Freedom of Information legislation is to remain workable, it must be open to a respondent, and to the AAT [and by extension OIC, as the relevant agency of independent review], to deal with large numbers of documents with a degree of generalization appropriate to the case.7

Procedural issues

Request for submissions

13. The applicant requested8 that she be provided with any agency submissions lodged with OIC.  Exercising the discretion under 95(1)(a) of the RTI Act, I have declined to do so, in order that participants may focus on issues salient to the review, to ensure compliance with section 108 of the RTI Act, and to endeavour to resolve this matter as expeditiously as possible.9 I have nevertheless ensured that the applicant has been advised of any preliminary view I have formed in the course of the review, where such view has been adverse to her interests, and apprised her of the material on which I have based such a view.  I am satisfied that the applicant has been afforded procedural fairness in the circumstances of this review.

Time allowed for making submissions and general procedural complaints

14. By letter dated 9 February 2017, I wrote to the applicant conveying my preliminary view on the issues in this external review, and inviting her to make submissions in reply by 9 March 2017.  I also advised in this letter that OIC would be prepared to allow any reasonable request for extra time, should the applicant require it.

15. By letter dated 21 February 2017, the applicant requested until 6 April 2017 to lodge submissions.  I replied the same day, allowing the applicant the additional time she had requested.

16. The applicant subsequently lodged her submissions with OIC on 5 April 2017.  Those submissions raise a number of complaints and issues about the external review process, and the past processing of related applications made by her to OIC.  Accordingly, not all of these submissions are relevant to the present review and it is often difficult to determine which parts are directly relevant to the issues I am required to decide.

17. One part of the applicant’s 5 April 2017 submissions could, however, arguably be construed as a contention that OIC has not afforded the applicant enough time to prepare an adequate reply to my letter dated 9 February 2017.  If so, this does not reflect my having allowed the applicant a month to reply to my 9 February 2017 letter and advising her of my preparedness to entertain requests for additional time, and immediately acceding to such a request when it was made in her 21 February 2017 letter.  It would also seem to be contradicted by the statement later in the applicant’s 5 April 2017 submissions that she was ‘…not going to waste any more time regarding this submission…’.

18. The applicant’s 5 April 2017 submissions also raise the length of time taken to progress this review.  I recognise that the review process has been lengthy.  However, I am confident that OIC has progressed this matter in as timely a manner as possible, in view of the volume of documents in issue in both this review and the applicant’s related reviews (many of which were released to the applicant through the course of these reviews, as a consequence of the external review process), and the fact that this application was one of many competing for the allocation of the finite resources available to OIC for the purposes of resolving external review applications.

19. I am satisfied that I have allowed the applicant adequate time – and/or the opportunity of adequate time – to put her case in this review.

20. The applicant’s 5 April 2017 submissions further contain various complaints as to OIC’s procedure in this review, including alleged ‘failure to consult’ and lack of procedural fairness, apparently stemming from the imposition by OIC of deadlines for replying to correspondence.  In reply, it is sufficient to note that the procedure to be adopted on an external review is at OIC’s discretion.10 OIC is obliged to afford participants procedural fairness, and I am satisfied that this has been done in the circumstances of this case, and reject the suggestion that the imposition of timeframes on parties of itself amounts to a denial of natural justice, particularly in circumstances where, as here, such timeframes were open to negotiation.

21. Additionally, the applicant’s 5 April 2017 submissions contain an insistence that previous submissions made by her in related external reviews remitted by order of QCAT and since finalised by OIC ‘…are to be included in their entirety in this submission’.  It is important to note that the applicant lodged an extensive amount of material in the course of all matters, including those earlier reviews, a considerable proportion of which is directed to matters having no bearing on the substantive issues to be determined in this particular review. These submissions are often discursive, and generally difficult to comprehend.  Nevertheless, I have endeavoured to have regard to such material, to the extent it bears on any of the issues I am required to determine in this case.

22. Two such matters canvassed in earlier submissions are wholly procedural complaints, concerning the file or matter numbers used by OIC in identifying this and related reviews on their remittal from QCAT, and OIC’s dealing with each of those remitted matters individually, rather than jointly.  Each is adequately addressed in my decision in Underwood and Minister; the first, at paragraphs [13]-[17], the second, at [20]-[21].  I do not propose to extend this lengthy set of reasons by furthering engaging with what are peripheral issues, and simply adopt relevant reasoning from that earlier decision to the extent it may be necessary to do so.  For the purposes of this decision, it is sufficient to note that there is no substance to any complaint about file numbering, and nothing precluding OIC from dealing with each remitted matter separately.

23. I will now address the substantive issues arising in this review.

Decision not to deal

24. As in Underwood (No. 1) and Underwood (No. 2), a considerable number of the pages in issue in this review are duplicates or counterpart copies of documents dealt with previously under the RTI Act, as a result of an RTI access application made by the applicant to HPW dated 28 February 2011 and OIC’s external review of HPW’s decision on that access application.  That earlier review – review no. 310671 – was finalised by way of formal decision: Underwood and Department of Housing and Public Works (Underwood).11 The schedule forming Appendix 2 to this decision cross-references pages in issue in this review against corresponding pages dealt with in review no. 310671.

25. Further, a number of pages partly disclosed to the applicant contain the names of private sector employees and a Tenants’ Union of Queensland employee, each of which has been deleted from the copies disclosed to the applicant.12 It was decided in Underwood that disclosure of these names would be, on balance, contrary to the public interest.13

26. For the reasons explained below, I decide not to deal with, or not to further deal with, the applicant’s external review application in this review, to the extent it concerns ‘repeat’ information (Repeat Information) of the kind described in paragraphs 24 and 25 above.

27. Section 94(1)(a) of the RTI Act provides:

(1) The information commissioner may decide not to deal with, or not to further deal with, all or part of an external review application if—

(a)  the commissioner is satisfied the application, or the part of the application, is frivolous, vexatious, misconceived or lacking substance…

28. The power prescribed in section 94(1)(a) of the RTI Act is applicable to the extent an external review applicant seeks information that has been dealt with under the RTI Act in the course of prior applications by that applicant.14 As the Deputy Information Commissioner has stated, an application of this kind:15

…would clearly be vexatious, and contrary to the principle that a decision by a court or tribunal resolves the issues in dispute between the parties.  A litigant cannot seek multiple hearings of the same issues between parties - that is vexatious and oppressive to the other party and to the relevant court or tribunal, and unfair to other citizens waiting their turn to use the dispute resolution services, provided from public funds, by courts and tribunals.

29. Applying the above reasoning, to the extent that the applicant’s external review application seeks to revisit information and issues dealt with previously under the RTI Act, I consider that it is frivolous, vexatious, misconceived or lacking in substance.  Accordingly, I decide not to deal with, or not to further deal with that aspect of the applicant’s application under section 94(1)(a) of the RTI Act, and therefore not to deal with, or not to further deal with, the Repeat Information, ie:

  • repeat pages as identified in Appendix 2; and
  • the names referred to in paragraph 25 above.

30. In forming this view, I have, as I did in Underwood (No. 1), taken into account the fact that some of the documents with which I have decided not to deal16 – generally, counterpart emails as appearing in the ‘mailboxes’ of multiple recipients, or subsets of larger email chains – vary slightly from the corresponding documents dealt with pursuant to the applicant’s access application ultimately the subject of review no. 310671.  They relay, however, the same information and/or embody the same communication, differing only in insignificant and superficial respects.17 To the extent the applicant’s review application seeks to press for access to such inconsequential information, I consider it frivolous.18 Further reviewing the decision under review as it relates to information and documents of this kind would – in view of the fact that the status of the substantive information they embody has been analysed and associated right of access questions previously resolved – constitute a repeat hearing of issues already determined.  In the circumstances, it is my view that proceeding further in relation to such information would be ‘vexatious and oppressive to the other party and to the relevant court or tribunal, and unfair to other citizens waiting their turn to use’ OIC’s publicly-funded services.

31. I should also note that in making the finding stated in paragraph 29, I recognise that the access application ultimately the subject of the present external review was made to Communities, whereas the access application leading to external review no. 310671 was made to HPW.  I do not consider this renders external review no. 310671 irrelevant for present purposes,19 nor precludes me from exercising the discretion conferred by section 94(1)(a) of the RTI Act.  As I explained in Underwood (No. 1) (footnotes omitted):

26.  HPW was, at the time the applicant made the access applications noted in the preceding paragraph, providing legal services to Communities. Communities sought HPW’s assistance in dealing with various issues concerning the applicant’s tenancy – HPW was, in practical terms, Communities’ ‘in-house’ legal advisor. Documents and information dealt with in the Concluded Review [ie, external review no. 310671] therefore essentially came from the legal files maintained by HPW in assisting Communities.

27.  The Repeat Information in issue in this review comprises the ‘flip side of the coin’; the same information, as created or received by Communities in seeking HPW’s assistance. Duplicates and/or the substance of a considerable amount of the Repeat Information was, as discussed above, released to the applicant pursuant to her access application dated 28 February 2011 as lodged with HPW and through the Concluded Review that resulted. While I have not conducted an exhaustive re-examination of the issues determined in the Concluded Review, I have satisfied myself that where information was refused in that earlier and completed review, it was refused on grounds that would apply regardless of which agency held the documents.

28.  It is also important to note that I am required to consider relevant facts and circumstances as they now stand, and as a result of machinery of government changes, the documents in issue in this review are HPW documents, and have been for some time. HPW was, by the time of the remitting order of Cullinane J, the relevant respondent in QCAT proceedings APL075-12. HPW is the respondent in this external review, is the agency that has collated and assessed all relevant information in response to the access application the subject of this review, and is the agency with whom OIC has conducted all meaningful liaison as regards refusal of access and disclosure. HPW is, in short, the respondent agency that did all the ‘legwork’ in the Concluded Review, and has done so again in response to the access and external review applications the subject of my review.

29.  In summary, my view is that revisiting information and issues determined pursuant to the access and external review applications the subject of the Concluded Review would involve a further hearing of issues otherwise finally determined as between the applicant and HPW, the agency now responsible for relevant documents and for prosecuting a case in relation to same in this external review. This would give rise to a result that would be vexatious and oppressive to OIC, by requiring it to reconsider the same information and issues previously determined and resolved. Revisiting relevant issues would, I think it fair to conclude, also be unreasonable as regards HPW, by necessitating that it deal again in this review with matters resolved in the Concluded Review. Further, re-considering the Repeat Information may adversely impact other external review applicants seeking to avail themselves of OIC’s finite, and publicly funded, resources.

32. The circumstances concerning the Repeat Information in issue in this review are on ‘all fours’ with those relating to equivalent information analysed in the passages from Underwood (No. 1) extracted above.  The above observations and findings are therefore equally applicable, and I adopt them for the purposes of this decision.20

Information outside the scope of access application

33. In an annexure to her access application, the applicant stated that she sought access to information ‘…excepting that already provided under previous applications …IP0029/R0247 of 27 November 2009 and/or to be provided under application R0602 of 13 September 2010…’.

34. A number of the pages in issue were previously released to the applicant pursuant to the applications referred to in the preceding paragraph.  Accordingly, as information ‘already provided under’ applications R0247 and/or R0602, relevant pages21 fall within the exception expressly stated by the applicant in her access application.  As she is not seeking access to these pages, they are therefore outside the scope of her access application and may be excluded from consideration in this external review.

35. Some other pages identified by HPW22 are entirely unrelated to the subject of the applicant’s access application, and thus do not fall within its terms.  They are outside the scope of the application and of this external review, and may also be excluded from further consideration.

Exempt information

36. The RTI Act gives people a right to access documents of government agencies.23 This right is subject to other provisions of the RTI Act, including grounds on which access may be refused.  Access may be refused to information, to the extent the information comprises ‘exempt information’.24 ‘Exempt information’ includes information that would be privileged from production in a legal proceeding on the ground of legal professional privilege.25

Legal professional privilege

37. Legal professional privilege (LPP) attaches to confidential communications between a lawyer and client made for the dominant purpose of seeking or giving legal advice or professional legal assistance, or preparing for, or for use in or in relation to, existing or reasonably anticipated legal proceedings.26

38. The privilege extends to copies of unprivileged documents made for the dominant purpose of obtaining legal advice27 and to internal communications repeating legal advice, whether verbatim or in substance.28

39. Relevant information – the ‘Legal Information’ – is noted in Appendix 2.  It generally comprises communications between Communities officers and Communities’ legal service providers as employed by HPW,29 and communications with Crown Law solicitors.  These communications were made for the purposes of both advising on the management of the applicant’s tenancy, and dealing with proceedings in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) arising as a consequence of that tenancy.  Relevant pages (or parts of pages) generally consist of emails (including attachments) between Communities staff, HPW lawyers and Crown Law solicitors, conveying instructions, and requesting or providing legal advice (including internal agency communications forwarding, repeating or reiterating the substance of such legal advice).  While some of the pages comprising the Legal Information may also include copies of documents that may not of themselves attract legal professional privilege, I am satisfied that relevant copies are privileged, as copies made for the dominant purpose of seeking or obtaining legal advice or obtaining material for use in litigation.

40. I am satisfied that the Legal Information was created for the dominant purpose of obtaining professional legal assistance from independent legal advisors, for conveying that assistance, or for obtaining material for use in actual litigation.30 There is nothing before me to suggest that it is anything other than confidential.  It therefore attracts LPP.

41. The Legal Information is exempt information, to which access may be refused under sections 47(3)(a) and 48 of the RTI Act.

Contrary to public interest information

42. A further ground for refusing access to information under the RTI Act is where disclosure of the information would, on balance, be contrary to the public interest.31 In deciding whether disclosure would, on balance, be contrary to the public interest, the RTI Act requires a decision-maker to:

  • identify any irrelevant factors and disregard them;
  • identify relevant public interest factors favouring disclosure and nondisclosure;
  • balance the relevant factors favouring disclosure and nondisclosure; and
  • decide whether disclosing the information would, on balance, be contrary to the public interest.32

43. Schedule 4 of the RTI Act contains non-exhaustive lists of various factors that may be relevant in determining the balance of the public interest.  I have carefully considered these lists, together with the applicant’s submissions in this and related reviews,33 in reaching my decision in this review.

44. There are four main categories of contrary to public interest information (CTPI Information) in issue in this review, as follows:

  • Category 1: Public servant mobile telephone numbers
  • Category 2: Body corporate and private sector employee information (including several subcategories, described further below)
  • Category 3: Third party information; and
  • Category 4: Public servant information.

45. Appendix 2 references CTPI Information according to the above categories.

Consideration

46. I can identify no applicable irrelevant factors, and I have taken none into account in making my decision.  I will now consider whether the balance of the public interest favours disclosure or nondisclosure of the CTPI Information.

Personal information and prejudice protection of an individual’s right to privacy

47. As explained further below, much of the CTPI Information comprises the personal information of individuals other than the applicant.  The RTI Act presumes that disclosure of personal information of this kind could reasonably be expected to give rise to a public interest harm.34Personal information’ is:35

information or an opinion, including information or an opinion forming part of a database, whether true or not, and whether recorded in a material form or not, about an individual whose identity is apparent, or can reasonably be ascertained, from the information or opinion.

48. Additionally, disclosure of much of the CTPI Information could, for reasons elaborated further below, reasonably be expected to prejudice protection of an individual’s right to privacy.  This gives rise to a factor favouring nondisclosure.36 The concept of ‘privacy’ is not defined in the RTI Act.  It can, however, be viewed as the right of an individual to preserve their personal sphere free from interference from others.37

Category 1: Mobile telephone numbers

49. Some of the CTPI Information comprises mobile telephone numbers of public servants.  Having carefully considered the applicant’s submissions and closely scrutinised the list of factors favouring disclosure in the public interest set out schedule 4, part 2 of the RTI Act, I can identify just the one consideration favouring disclosure of this information: the general public interest in promoting public access to government-held information.38 I cannot see how disclosure of such limited and particular personal contact details could, for example, promote open discussion of public affairs,39 contribute to positive and informed debate on important issues or matters of serious interest,40 or contribute to innovation and the facilitation of research.41

50. Further, I am unable to ascertain how any of the public interest submissions raised in the applicant’s various submissions could be meaningfully applied to the mobile telephone numbers of public servants.

51. I can, firstly, identify no objective evidence in any of the material before me of an ‘abuse of power’ or a ‘criminal conspiracy’ as asserted by the applicant in her application for external review, or of ‘retaliation’ or interference as alleged in her submissions dated 5 April 2017, and nothing whatsoever to support any claim that disclosure of any of the CTPI Information – ie, Categories 1-4 – could reasonably be expected to reveal or substantiate such claims.42

52. Nor can I identify any evidence to suggest that the mobile telephone numbers comprising the Category 1 information are, for example, incorrect, misleading, irrelevant, or that they have been ‘fabricated’.43 There is, further, nothing before me to explain how mere contact numbers could be said to be ‘perpetuating and compounding one’s persecution and prolific defamation’44 at all, let alone in a fashion so as to merit disclosure.

53. Additionally, it cannot be said that refusing the applicant access to this information means she is being ‘denied’ the opportunity to have it amended, as asserted at paragraph 2 of the submissions annexed to her review application and raised again in her 5 April 2017 submissions.  The right to amend information contained in section 41 of the IP Act only applies to an individual’s own personal information, which these numbers are plainly not.

54. As for factors favouring nondisclosure, it is convenient here to refer to paragraphs 63-72 of my decision in Underwood and Minister, where I dealt with equivalent information.  As I explained in that decision:

66. A factor favouring nondisclosure arises where disclosure of information could reasonably be expected to prejudice the protection of an individual’s right to privacy.   OIC has previously found that disclosure of the mobile telephone numbers of public officers could reasonably be expected to lead to this prejudice.  This is because such information allows officers to be contacted directly and outside of work hours.  As the Assistant Information Commissioner has noted:


I acknowledge that agency employees are provided with mobile telephones to perform work associated with their employment.  However, I also consider that a mobile telephone number which allows an individual to be contacted directly and potentially outside of working hours, falls outside the realm of routine work information and attracts a certain level of privacy.


67. I agree.  As I have noted, disclosure of mobile telephone numbers permits potential contact with a public officer when off duty and/or engaged in private activity, thus giving rise to a reasonable expectation of intrusion into…the officer’s private life or ‘personal sphere’. (Footnotes omitted.45)

55. I adopt the above reasoning for the purposes of this case.  Disclosure of the mobile telephone numbers in issue could reasonably be expected to prejudice the protection of associated individuals’ right to privacy, giving rise to a factor favouring nondisclosure.46

56. Prior to concluding discussion of this nondisclosure factor, I should note submissions made by the applicant in one of the earlier related reviews47 which, while not expressly put by her again in this review, might be argued to be relevant in view of her request as noted in paragraph 21.  The essence of these submissions – and their lack of merit – was captured by the Assistant Information Commissioner in Underwood (No. 2):

61. … the applicant appears to contest the application of this [the prejudice protection of privacy] nondisclosure factor, arguing that ‘[p]ublic service officers and/or others are not entitled to claim privacy when my privacy is not considered’.  From her submissions, it appears the applicant may have taken umbrage at circulation of issues concerning her public tenancy amongst various officials with responsibility for community and public housing.  There is no objective material before me, however, to suggest that such activity was anything other than ordinary, everyday administrative practice – certainly, outside the applicant’s various assertions and allegations, there is nothing in the information before me to suggest her ‘privacy’ has not been ‘considered.’

62. In any event, the applicant’s contentions are strictly irrelevant to an application of the privacy nondisclosure factor.  The factor arises for consideration in balancing the public interest where, as noted, disclosure of specific information could reasonably be expected to prejudice protection of an individual’s right to privacy – its operation is not contingent on another’s privacy having also been given due regard. (Footnotes omitted.)

57. Inosfar as I may be obliged to in this matter, I agree with and adopt the reasoning of the Assistant Information Commissioner as set out above.  The privacy nondisclosure factor in schedule 4, part 3, item 3 of the RTI Act applies to the Category 1 information.

58. I turn then to balance relevant factors against one another.  I give the general consideration favouring disclosure identified in paragraph 49 moderate weight, noting that there are no broader accountability or transparency issues standing to be advanced by disclosure of public servant mobile telephone numbers.

59. Weighing against disclosure is the public interest in avoiding prejudice to the protection of an individual’s right to privacy.  There is a clear public interest in ensuring that government respects personal privacy, including the privacy of its employees.  I accord this consideration significant weight.

60. Balancing relevant factors against one another, I consider the significant public interest in safeguarding individual privacy outweighs the general public interest in promoting access to government-held information.  As the Assistant Information Commissioner observed in Underwood (No 2):

…government is the custodian of a mass of information relating to the community, and the general public interest in promoting access to information it holds will often conflict with and, generally, yield to specific public interests, such as the public interest in protecting personal privacy.  This is such a case.

61. This, too, is such a case.  Disclosure of the public servant mobile numbers in issue would, on balance, be contrary to the public interest.  For the reasons explained above, access may be refused to the Category 1 information.48

Category 2: Body corporate and private sector employee information

62. The information in issue includes various documents relating to the management of the body corporate for the unit complex in which the applicant formerly resided.  Some of these documents contain contrary to public interest information, generally:

a) names and identifying particulars49 of private lot owners/occupants and information disclosing their dealings with their properties, such as the manner in which those owners voted on body corporate matters
b) financial information concerning amounts payable by lot owners and the body corporate representing those owners
c) names and personal particulars50 of employees of private entities, such as the strata title management company engaged to manage the body corporate and its contractors; and
d) financial and operational information concerning the strata management company’s fees and services and contractors to the body corporate.

(a)-(b) Lot owner names/financial information

63. As with the Category 1 information, I have carefully considered the information comprising Categories 2(a)-(b), the applicant’s submissions, and the list of factors favouring disclosure set out in schedule 4, part 2 of the RTI Act.  Again, the only consideration that I can identify operating to favour disclosure of these latter categories of information is the general public interest in promoting community access to government-held information.

64. There is nothing at all before me to suggest that any of this purely factual information concerning private individuals is ‘fabricated’, and/or incorrect, out of date, misleading etc, and therefore no basis on which to reasonably conclude that its disclosure would reveal same so as to enliven schedule 4, part 2, item 12 of the RTI Act.51 Nor is there anything to suggest that release of these categories might serve to advance public interest considerations such as enhancing government accountability,52 contributing to positive and informed debate on important issues or matters of serious interest,53 or contributing to the maintenance of peace and order.54

65. Additionally, as with the Category 1 information, I am unable to ascertain how release of what is relatively routine body corporate information could assist the applicant in redressing any alleged ‘persecution and prolific defamation’ whatsoever, let alone to a degree warranting disclosure.

66. As for weighting, given the nature of the information comprising Categories 2(a)-(b) – private information concerning the personal and financial affairs of members of the general public, in the possession of government as an incidental consequence of its participation in the residential property market – the sole consideration favouring disclosure as identified in paragraph 63 warrants marginal weight.

67. Counting against disclosure is the fact that the Categories 2(a)-(b) information comprises the personal information of individual proprietors of units in the relevant complex,55 and/or information disclosure of which could reasonably be expected to prejudice the protection of those proprietors’ right to privacy.  I am satisfied that an individual’s ownership of residential property, their intentions as regards the management of such property, and the financial liabilities attending ownership, all comprise information falling within their ‘personal sphere’.  Given the nature of relevant information, these two considerations – the personal information public interest harm factor,56 and the privacy nondisclosure factor57 – each warrant substantial weight.

68. Balancing relevant factors against one another, I am satisfied that the disclosure of Categories 2(a)-(b) would, on balance, be contrary to the public interest.   The general public interest in promoting access to government-held information, a consideration which, as noted, attracts only marginal weight in this case, should in my view be subordinated to the substantial public interest in safeguarding personal information and protecting individual privacy.

69. Accordingly, access to Categories 2(a)-(b) may be refused under section 47(3)(b) of the RTI Act.

(c) Employee names and personal particulars

70. Once again, having given all relevant material due consideration,58 the only consideration favouring disclosure of this category of information that I can identify is the general public interest in advancing access to government-held information.59 For reasons similar to those discussed above at paragraph 66, I accord this consideration marginal weight.

71. As for factors favouring nondisclosure, OIC has previously found60 that the fact that an individual works for a private sector business is their personal information, giving rise to the public interest harm factor favouring nondisclosure61 and the related public interest nondisclosure factor intended to avoid prejudice to the protection of individual privacy.62 Applying that earlier reasoning, I am satisfied that each of these factors applies to the equivalent information in issue in the present case, disclosure of which would both identify individuals and link those individuals to their private employment.63

72. As regards the weight to be accorded the factors telling against disclosure, there is, in my view, a manifest and self-evident public interest in ensuring that government protects personal information and the privacy of private citizens.  Accordingly, I am satisfied that each factor attracts substantial weight.

73. To balancing, and the marginally-weighted general public interest in furthering community access to government-held information is in my view insufficient to displace the substantial public interests in protecting against prejudice to other individuals’ privacy and safeguarding personal information held by government.  Accordingly, disclosure of relevant names and related information would, on balance, be contrary to the public interest, and access to this information may be refused under section 47(3)(b) of the RTI Act.

d) Strata management company fee/services information

74. This information discloses fees payable by the body corporate of the unit complex in which the applicant was formerly housed to both:

  • the strata company contracted to manage the body corporate’s affairs; and
  • maintenance contractors offering services to the body corporate.

75. This category also includes particulars of the strata company’s service arrangements.

76. Once again, the general public interest in advancing access to government-held information operates to favour disclosure of this category of information.  Given the nature of this information, however – information concerning the business affairs of private entities, in government possession as an incidental result of the latter’s investment in the private real estate market – I afford that consideration only minor weight.

77. I also acknowledge that agencies are accountable for decisions to appoint and remunerate private contractors in relation to real property held by government, and recognise the public interest in disclosing information concerning government dealings with public housing properties, so as to ensure and enhance transparency and accountability of government expenditure and operations.64

78. Communities was, however, one lot owner in a multi-unit complex, and therefore only partly responsible for decisions to engage and remunerate relevant contractors – diluting considerably relevant accountability and transparency interests.  I am therefore of the view that applicable pro-disclosure factors warrant only marginal weight.

79. For reasons analogous to those explained above, and having reviewed all relevant material,65 I can identify no other factors or considerations favouring disclosure of this category of information.66

80. On the other hand, I am of the view that there are several factors favouring nondisclosure of this information.

81. Strata management and maintenance contracting are competitive industries.  By revealing fees received, ‘price-points’ at which services are offered, and contracting quotes, disclosure could, in my view, reasonably be expected to assist competitors to compete with relevant entities more effectively in the strata management and maintenance contracting markets generally.

82. In the circumstances, I consider that disclosure of this category of information could reasonably be expected to prejudice relevant entities’ business, commercial or financial affairs,67 and to cause a public interest harm, by having an adverse effect on those affairs.68 There is a legitimate public interest in ensuring that the affairs of private businesses are not unduly impacted or prejudiced by the mere fact that their information comes into the possession of government, via, as in this case, government participation in the private residential property market.

83. I acknowledge, however, that this information is now relatively aged, arguably diminishing its commercial sensitivity somewhat. In the circumstances, I afford the nondisclosure considerations discussed in the preceding paragraph moderate weight.

84. Balancing relevant factors against one another, my view is that the factors favouring disclosure are, when weighed against the factors favouring nondisclosure, insufficient to tip the balance of the public interest in favour of disclosure.  I therefore find that disclosure of the Category 2(d) information would, on balance, be contrary to the public interest.

85. Accordingly, access to Category 2(d) may be refused, under section 47(3)(b) of the RTI Act.

Category 3: Third party information

86. The Category 3 information comprises information the disclosure of which could reasonably be expected to identify individuals other than the applicant, in a context concerning relevant individuals’ complaints or approaches to Communities, interactions with Communities (including proposed interactions), and Communities’ dealings with these individuals and their information.  It includes information describing individual attitudes and opinions and personal and financial intentions, and information connecting individuals with assertions as to personal conduct.

87. I recognise the public interest in disclosing information that may assist to ensure public agencies operate transparently and accountably, and acknowledge that disclosure of these segments may, in some cases, assist the applicant to be fully apprised of issues concerning her tenancy, and Communities’ management of same, arguably enlivening public interest factors set out in schedule 4, part 2, items 1, 3, and 11 of the RTI Act.

88. I consider, however, that applicable pro-disclosure public interests have been adequately served by disclosure to the applicant of information concerning relevant issues, and that she has been provided with sufficient information to allow her to understand those issues and Communities’ handling of those matters. These pro-disclosure considerations therefore warrant a moderate weighting.

89. I also note that, as information concerning her tenancy, it is arguable that some of this information also comprises the applicant’s personal information, giving rise to the factor favouring disclosure prescribed in schedule 4, part 2, item 7 of the RTI Act.  This is an important public interest, warranting considerable weight.  It is not possible, however, to separate this personal information from what, as I discuss further below, is the personal information of others.  Disclosing it would therefore require disclosure of the personal information of persons other than the applicant, and would, as also discussed further below, prejudice protection of an individual’s right to privacy.

90. As for factors favouring nondisclosure, as identifying information,69 the Category 3 information comprises personal information of persons other than the applicant, giving rise to the public interest harm factor telling against disclosure.70 It is also my view that information of this kind concerns the private aspects of an individual’s life, and that disclosure could therefore reasonably be expected to prejudice protection of their right to privacy.71 Each deserves substantial weight.

91. Turning to the balancing exercise required of me, my view is that the substantially-weighted factors favouring nondisclosure outweigh all considerations operating in favour of disclosure of the Category 3 information.  I am not persuaded that disclosure of the Category 3 information would materially advance the pro-disclosure public interest factors I have identified above; certainly, not to an extent sufficient to justify disclosure of the personal information of persons other than the applicant which this information comprises.  As regards the fact that some information might be said to comprise the applicant’s own personal information, taking into account all relevant circumstances, it is my view that the strong public interest in safeguarding personal information and avoiding prejudice to the protection of privacy of third parties should, in this case, be preferred to that favouring disclosure to an individual of their own personal information.

92. It is important here that I discuss in some depth the applicant’s submissions72 that information may be ‘fabricated’, and ‘inaccurate, misleading and/or irrelevant’.  As noted above, a factor favouring disclosure of information will arise for balancing where disclosure of information could reasonably be expected to reveal that the information is incorrect, out of date, misleading, gratuitous, unfairly subjective or irrelevant.73 As OIC observed in dealing with equivalent information in earlier related reviews,74 there is, however, nothing before me to suggest that relevant information is incorrect, out of date, misleading, irrelevant etc.  Much of it is merely factual matter – such as names – which clearly present as accurate and correct.  As for more substantive ‘complaint’ information, OIC has found that this type of information:

… is by its very nature, an individual’s particular version of events which is shaped by factors including the individual’s memory and subjective impressions.

In my view, this inherent subjectivity does not necessarily mean that the resulting account or statement is incorrect, out of date, misleading, gratuitous, unfairly subjective or irrelevant.  Rather, it means that complaint information comprises a personal interpretation of relevant events, which an investigator must balance against other (often competing) statements and evidence in reaching a conclusion in a particular case.75

93. As in earlier matters, I agree with the above analysis, and am of the view that the relevant factor favouring disclosure does not arise for consideration in this case.76

94. Nor does this appear, in my view, to be a case in which procedural fairness considerations or considerations concerning the administration of justice might arise to favour disclosure.  This is because the substance of any matters potentially adverse to the applicant have either been disclosed to her pursuant to related RTI access applications, or in the course of this review.

95. For the sake of completeness, and bearing in mind once more the applicant’s contention that I ought to have regard to all earlier arguments and submissions raised by her in other related reviews, I note that in Underwood (No. 2), the Assistant Information Commissioner addressed a submission77 that the applicant was ‘being denied the right to have my side of the neighbourhood dispute placed on record.’ To the extent I may be obliged to deal with this submission, I rely on the reasoning78 of the Assistant Information Commissioner:

It is not, in my view, necessary for the applicant to access third party personal information (nor any other information to which I have decided access may be refused) in order for her to put her ‘side’ of the dispute; indeed, the voluminous amount of correspondence lodged by her with Communities/HPW in relation to relevant ‘neighbourhood’ issues suggests she has not only enjoyed such a right, but exercised it vigorously. (Footnotes omitted.)

96. In the circumstances, I consider that the public interest in protecting privacy and safeguarding personal information should be preferred to any considerations favouring disclosure of the Category 3 information.  As I recorded in refusing access to analogous information in Underwood (No. 1) (footnotes omitted):79

Members of the public are generally entitled to expect that personal information collected from them by government agencies will be handled appropriately, and not subject to routine and unconditional disclosure to others.  Safeguarding individual privacy and avoiding public interest harm by protecting personal information are public interest considerations warranting relatively substantial weight, and which outweigh any considerations favouring disclosure in this case.

97. Disclosure of the Category 3 information would, on balance, be contrary to the public interest.  Access to this information may therefore be refused under section 47(3)(b) of the RTI Act.

Category 4: Public servant information

98. The Category 4 information comprises the responses of public officers to complaints made by the applicant, and ancillary information generated during the course of a formal complaint investigation process arising from those complaints.

99. There is nothing before me to suggest that any information in this category is incorrect, misleading etc, and thus no basis to contemplate schedule 4, part 2, item 12 of the RTI Act in balancing the public interest.  Insofar as this information comprises subjective opinion and impression, it is of a piece with the information discussed in paragraphs [92]-[93], and the reasoning and findings set out there apply.  Apart from the general public interest in promoting access to government-held information (which, as regards this Category, I attribute only moderate weight, given its nature as information concerning individual employees), I can identify no other considerations or factors favouring disclosure of the Category 4 information, beyond those discussed in this and the following two paragraphs.

100. I acknowledge the public interest in enhancing the accountability of agencies for the manner in which they investigate and resolve complaints against staff, and the transparency of the complaints management process.  I also recognise that disclosure may reveal some of the background or contextual information relied on by Communities in dealing with the applicant’s complaint.80 I understand that Communities did, however, provide the applicant with a detailed account of its investigation and findings,81 which, coupled with information disclosed to her to date through this and her various other RTI applications in my view largely satisfies relevant transparency and accountability interests.  Relevant accountability and transparency considerations therefore warrant only moderate weight.

101. I also recognise that, as information generated in direct response to complaints levelled by the applicant, some of this information comprises her personal information,82 an important public interest consideration deserving of not-insignificant weight.  However, this information is, as discussed further below, the personal information of persons other than the applicant.  Disclosing it would, therefore, entail disclosure to the applicant of the personal information of other individuals.  As outlined below, the information is relatively sensitive in nature.  Bearing this in mind – and the fact that Communities gave the applicant a substantial account of the investigation process and its outcome – my view is that considerations favouring disclosure are not of sufficient weight to override the considerations favouring nondisclosure identified and discussed below.

102. Turning then to factors favouring nondisclosure, as identifying information and opinion, this information comprises the personal information of relevant officers, disclosure of which would therefore give rise to a public interest harm.83 I also consider that disclosure of at least some of it – revealing as it would information going beyond mere routine work information, including individuals’ emotional states, and personal feelings and opinions about, and impressions of, relevant events –  would unjustifiably intrude into the ‘personal sphere’ of relevant individuals, and thus prejudice protection of these officers’ right to privacy.84 These considerations deserve significant weight, particularly in view of the fact that relevant complaints were, as I understand, found to be largely unsubstantiated.

103. Further, I consider that disclosure of any of this Category 4 information could reasonably be expected to prejudice HPW’s (and Communities’) management functions.85 The information discloses, as I have noted, personal feelings and emotions of particular officers, and includes frank observations and opinions concerning internal workplace relationships, all made in the context of a formal investigation process.  I consider that release of such information could reasonably be expected to undermine staff confidence in agency investigation processes and – by revealing personal attitudes, opinions and feelings – adversely affect staff morale, thereby impairing the agency’s ability to manage staff.  I give this consideration substantial weight.

104. As alluded to in paragraph 101, on balancing all relevant considerations against one another, I am of the view that factors and considerations favouring disclosure of the Category 4 information are insufficient to displace the significant and substantial public interest considerations favouring nondisclosure.  Disclosure of this information would, on balance, be contrary to the public interest, and access to it may therefore be refused under section 47(3)(b) of the RTI Act.

CTPI Information – concluding comments

105. I acknowledge that the applicant may be aware of a considerable amount of information concerning identities and events to which parts of the CTPI Information relate, as a consequence of information released to her pursuant to various RTI access applications and of her intimate involvement in events to which relevant segments contained in that information pertain.  In these circumstances, it is arguable that the privacy interests attaching to some of the personal information embodied in the CTPI Information may not be of the same magnitude as might ordinarily be the case.

106. Despite this, members of the community are, as I have noted above, entitled to expect that their personal information as held by a government agency will not be subject to unconditional disclosure to others.  In the circumstances, my view is that relevant factors favouring nondisclosure discussed above retain sufficient weight so as to justify refusal of access.

107. I would also stress that, if I were wrong in finding that some or all of the factors favouring disclosure canvassed above do not arise to be weighed in this case, I would give each low weight, and consider that the balance of the public interest would nevertheless remain in favour of nondisclosure of all of the CTPI Information in this case.

Miscellaneous submissions

108. As a final matter, I should record that in my letter to the applicant dated 9 February 2017, I advised that I could identify nothing in the information before me to support the unsubstantiated assertion raised in paragraph 6 of the annexure to her application for external review that she was being ‘denied access to documents not made available due to an insufficiency of search’.

109. I further informed the applicant that in the absence of objective evidence supporting this claim, I did not propose to deal with relevant submissions any further.

110. The applicant has in her responses to my letter provided no such evidence that I can identify.  There being no other probative material before me to support these claims, I pay them no further regard.86

DECISION

111. I set aside the Deemed Refusal under review.  In its place, I decide not to further deal with the applicant’s application for external review under section 94(1)(a) of the RTI Act, insofar as it seeks to revisit the Repeat Information.  I further find that:

  • some information falls outside the scope of the access application and this external review; and
  • access to information may be refused under sections 47(3)(a) and 47(3)(b) of the RTI Act, in accordance with these reasons for decision.

112. I have made this decision as a delegate of the Information Commissioner, under section 145 of the RTI Act.

Clare Smith
Right to Information Commissioner

Date: 20 April 2017

APPENDIX 1

Significant procedural steps

External review 310595
DateEvent
2 December 2010 Communities received the access application under the RTI Act.
31 March 2011 Communities did not make a decision within the relevant timeframe and the principal officer of Communities was taken to have refused access to the requested information under section 46(1) of the RTI Act.
4 April 2011 Communities notified the applicant of the deemed decision taken to have been made under section 46(1) of the RTI Act.
5 April 2011 OIC received the application for external review of the deemed decision.
20 June 2011 OIC received submissions from the applicant.
23 November 2011 OIC issued a preliminary view to the applicant and invited her to provide submissions in support of her case if she did not accept the preliminary view.
8 December 2011 OIC received the applicant’s submissions in response to the preliminary view.
9 February 2012 OIC decided not to further deal with the applicant’s external review application, finalising external review no. 310595.
External review 100105 (remitted matter 310595)
DateEvent
23 October 2014 QCAT set aside OIC’s decision dated 9 February 2012, and remitted the matter to OIC. OIC opened review no. 100105.
24 December 2014 OIC asked HPW to provide submissions.
13 January 2015 OIC advised the applicant it had opened file no. 100105 (remitted matter 310595).
22 January 2015, 3 March 2015 HPW requested and was granted by OIC extensions of time in which to provide its submissions.
19 March 2015 OIC updated the applicant on progress in the review.
31 March 2015 HPW provided requested submissions.
30 April 2015 HPW advised OIC it wished to amend its submissions.
5 May 2015 OIC acknowledged HPW’s request to amend its submissions, and requested advice as to when amendments might be complete.
7 May 2015 OIC updated the applicant on the status of the review.
13, 14 May 2015 HPW advised OIC as to an estimated date for amending its submissions.
14 May 2015 OIC wrote to the applicant, advising of the status of the review and requesting the applicant confirm that she wished to proceed with the review.
25 May 2015 The applicant confirmed she wished to proceed with the review.
29 May 2015 OIC received amended submissions from HPW.
21 July 2015 OIC requested HPW release information to the applicant.
23 July 2015 HPW advised OIC of its preparedness to release information, as requested by OIC.
10 September 2015, 10 November 2015 OIC updated the applicant on the status of the review.
3 December 2015 OIC issued a preliminary view to HPW as to the status of the information in issue and requested HPW’s position in reply by 11 January 2016.
9 December 2015 OIC requested HPW defer supplying its reply to OIC’s 3 December 2015 preliminary view, pending OIC’s re-assessment of that preliminary view.
18 February 2016 OIC issued a revised preliminary view to HPW, requesting a reply by 31 March 2016.
31 March 2016 HPW requested additional time to reply to OIC’s revised preliminary view, to 29 April 2016.
1 April 2016 OIC approved HPW’s request for additional time.
28 April 2016

HPW made a further request for additional time to reply to OIC’s revised preliminary view, to 27 May 2016.

OIC approved HPW’s request for additional time.

18 May 2016 OIC received HPW’s reply to OIC’s revised preliminary view
28 June 2016 OIC wrote to HPW in reply to HPW’s 18 May 2016 correspondence, requesting advice by 12 July 2016.
4 July 2016 HPW sought clarification of issues raised in OIC’s 28 June 2016 correspondence, and seeking confirmation of an extension of time to reply to that correspondence to 26 July 2016.
7 July 2016 OIC confirmed HPW’s requested extension of time, to 26 July 2016, in which to reply to OIC’s 18 May 2016 correspondence.
12 July 2016 OIC further clarified with HPW issues raised in OIC’s 28 June 2016 correspondence. HPW sought and received an extension of time to 11 August 2016 to reply to that letter.
18 August 2016

OIC received HPW’s reply (dated 12 August 2016).

OIC wrote to the applicant concerning the status of the review.

6 September 2016 The applicant wrote to OIC concerning procedural issues.
8 September 2016

OIC replied to the applicant’s 6 September 2016 letter.

OIC wrote to HPW, concerning the status of the information in issue and aspects of HPW’s treatment of same.

9 September 2016 HPW replied to OIC’s 8 September 2016 letter.
13 September 2016 OIC wrote to HPW, concerning the status of the information in issue.
15 September 2016 HPW replied to OIC’s 13 September 2016 letter. OIC wrote to HPW, requesting review and confirmation of information remaining in issue by 20 September 2016.
16 September 2016 HPW requested an extension until 5 October 2016 to reply to OIC’s 15 September 2016 letter.
19 September 2016 OIC allowed the extension requested by HPW.
5 October 2016 HPW requested further time, to 11 November 2016, to reply to OIC’s 15 September 2016 letter.
6 October 2016

OIC allowed the extension requested by HPW.

OIC wrote to the applicant concerning the status of the review.

17 November 2016 HPW requested further time, to 24 February 2017, to reply to OIC’s 15 September 2016 letter.
21 November 2016 OIC allowed HPW to 27 January 2017 to provide its reply.
3 January 2017 OIC received HPW’s reply to OIC’s 15 September 2016 letter.
9 February 2017

OIC issued a preliminary view to the applicant that OIC intended not to deal further with part of her external review application, and that access may be refused to other information.

OIC invited the applicant to provide submissions in support of her case.

OIC requested HPW arrange for disclosure to the applicant of information to which it had agreed to grant access.

21 February 2017

The applicant requested an extension of time to reply to OIC’s preliminary view.

OIC granted the extension of time requested by the applicant.

5 April 2017 OIC received the applicant’s submissions in reply to OIC’s 9 February 2017 preliminary view.

APPENDIX 2

Information in Issue

Page310671 page no. (where relevant)Decision
1   Released - not in issue
2   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
3  

Segments 1-2:  CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name)

4   Segments 1-2, 8, 10, 15, 16, 19-21: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name) 
5   Part CTPI (Category 3)
6   Released - not in issue
7   Part exempt: Legal Professional Privilege (LPP)
8   Released - not in issue
9   Released - not in issue
10   Released - not in issue
11   Released - not in issue
12   Released - not in issue
13   Released - not in issue
14 664-5 94(1)(a)
15 665-6 94(1)(a)
16   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
17 574, 663 94(1)(a)
18 575, 663 94(1)(a)
19 728 94(1)(a)
20 729 94(1)(a)
21 739 94(1)(a)
22 740 94(1)(a)
23 741 94(1)(a)
24   Full CTPI (Category 3)
25   Released - not in issue
26 691 94(1)(a)
27 692 94(1)(a)
28 693 94(1)(a)
29 694 94(1)(a)
30 695 94(1)(a)
31 677, 695 94(1)(a)
32 677, 696 94(1)(a)
33 678, 697 94(1)(a)
34 678, 698 94(1)(a)
35 679, 699 94(1)(a)
36 679, 700 94(1)(a)
37 680, 701 94(1)(a)
38 680, 702 94(1)(a)
39 681, 703 94(1)(a)
40 681, 704 94(1)(a)
41 682, 705 94(1)(a)
42 682, 706 94(1)(a)
43 683, 707 94(1)(a)
44 668-9 94(1)(a)
45 670, 708 94(1)(a)
46 670, 709 94(1)(a)
47 671, 710 94(1)(a)
48 671, 711 94(1)(a)
49 672, 712 94(1)(a)
50 672, 713 94(1)(a)
51 673, 714 94(1)(a)
52 673, 715 94(1)(a)
53 674, 716 94(1)(a)
54 674, 717 94(1)(a)
55 675, 718 94(1)(a)
56   Released - not in issue
57   Released - not in issue
58   Released - not in issue
59   Part CTPI (Category 1)
60   Part CTPI (Category 3)
61   Released - not in issue
62   Released - not in issue
63   Released - not in issue
64   Released - not in issue
65   Released - not in issue
66   Released - not in issue
67   Released - not in issue
68   Released - not in issue
69   Released - not in issue
70   Released - not in issue
71   Released - not in issue
72   Released - not in issue
73   Released - not in issue
74   Released - not in issue
75   Released - not in issue
76   Part CTPI (Category 1)
77   Part CTPI (Category 3)
78   Full CTPI (Category 4)
79   Full CTPI (Category 4)
80   Full CTPI (Category 4)
81   Full CTPI (Category 4)
82   Full CTPI (Category 4)
83   Full CTPI (Category 4)
84   Full CTPI (Category 4)
85   Full CTPI (Category 4)
86   Full CTPI (Category 4)
87   Full CTPI (Category 4)
88   Full CTPI (Category 4)
89   Full CTPI (Category 4)
90   Part CTPI (Category 3)
91   Part CTPI (Category 3)
92   Full CTPI (Category 3)
93   Released - not in issue
94   Full CTPI (Category 4)
95   Full CTPI (Category 4)
96   Full CTPI (Category 4)
97   Full CTPI (Category 4)
98   Full CTPI (Category 4)
99   Full CTPI (Category 4)
100   Full CTPI (Category 4)
101   Full CTPI (Category 4)
102   Released - not in issue
103   Released - not in issue
104   Released - not in issue
105   Part CTPI (Category 1)
106   Part CTPI (Category 1)
107   Released - not in issue
108   Part CTPI (Category 3)
109   Part CTPI (Category 3)
110   Released - not in issue
111   Released - not in issue
112   Released - not in issue
113   Released - not in issue
114   Released - not in issue
115   Part CTPI (Category 2(c))
116   Part CTPI (Category 2(c))
117   Released - not in issue
118   Part CTPI (Category 2(a))
119   Segment 1: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance:  CTPI (Category 2(c)) 
120   Released - not in issue
121   Released - not in issue
122   Released - not in issue
123   Released - not in issue
124   Released - not in issue
125   Part CTPI (Category 3)
126   Released - not in issue
127   Released - not in issue
128   Part CTPI (Category 1)
129   Released - not in issue
130   Released - not in issue
131   Segments 2-3: Exempt (LPP)
Balance:  CTPI (Category 3) 
132   Part CTPI (Category 3)
133   Released - not in issue
134   Released - not in issue
135   Released - not in issue
136   Segments 2-3: Exempt (LPP)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
137   Part CTPI (Category 3)
138   Part CTPI (Category 3)
139   Part CTPI (Category 1)
140   Released - not in issue
141   Released - not in issue
142   Released - not in issue
143   Released - not in issue
144   Part CTPI (Category 1)
145   Released - not in issue
146   Released - not in issue
147   Released - not in issue
148   Released - not in issue
149   Part CTPI (Category 3)
150   Part CTPI (Category 3)
151   Released - not in issue
152   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0602 File03 24-28
153   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0602 File03 24-28
154   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0602 File03 24-28
155   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0602 File03 24-28
156   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0602 File03 24-28
157   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0247 File01 additional documents 7-13
158   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0247 File01 additional documents 7-13
159   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0247 File01 additional documents 7-13
160   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0247 File01 additional documents 7-13
161   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0247 File01 additional documents 7-13
162   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0247 File01 additional documents 7-13
163   Prior release, not sought by applicant: R0247 File01 additional documents 7-13
164   Released - not in issue
165   Released - not in issue
166   Released - not in issue
167   Part CTPI (Category 3)
168   Released - not in issue
169   Segments 7-8: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name) 
170   Part CTPI (Category 3)
171   Part CTPI (Category 3)
172   Part CTPI (Category 3)
173   Part CTPI (Category 3)
174   Part CTPI (Category 3)
175   Part CTPI (Category 3)
176   Part CTPI (Category 3)
177   Part CTPI (Category 3)
178   Part CTPI (Category 3)
179   Part CTPI (Category 3)
180   Part CTPI (Category 3)
181   Exempt: LPP
182   Exempt: LPP
183   Exempt: LPP
184   Exempt: LPP
185   Exempt: LPP
186   Exempt: LPP
187   Exempt: LPP
188   Exempt: LPP
189   Exempt: LPP
190   Exempt: LPP
191   Exempt: LPP
192   Exempt: LPP
193   Exempt: LPP
194   Exempt: LPP
195   Exempt: LPP
196   Exempt: LPP
197   Exempt: LPP
198   Exempt: LPP
199   Exempt: LPP
200   Exempt: LPP
201   Exempt: LPP
202   Exempt: LPP
203   Exempt: LPP
204   Exempt: LPP
205   Exempt: LPP
206   Exempt: LPP
207   Exempt: LPP
208   Exempt: LPP
209   Exempt: LPP
210   Exempt: LPP
211   Exempt: LPP
212   Exempt: LPP
213   Exempt: LPP
214   Exempt: LPP
215   Exempt: LPP
216   Exempt: LPP
217   Exempt: LPP
218   Exempt: LPP
219   Exempt: LPP
220   Exempt: LPP
221   Exempt: LPP
222   Exempt: LPP
223   Exempt: LPP
224   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
225   Part CTPI (Category 3)
226 727 Part 94(1)(a) (name)
227 728 94(1)(a)
228 729 94(1)(a)
229   Released - not in issue
230   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
231   Segments 1-2: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
232   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
233   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
234 574, 663 94(1)(a)
235 575, 663 94(1)(a)
236 664-5 94(1)(a)
237 665-6 94(1)(a)
238   Part exempt: LPP
239   Released - not in issue
240   Released - not in issue
241   Released - not in issue
242   Released - not in issue
243   Released - not in issue
244   Released - not in issue
245   Exempt: LPP
246   Exempt: LPP
247   Released - not in issue
248   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
249   Released - not in issue
250 730 Part 94(1)(a) (name)
251   Released - not in issue
252 574, 663 94(1)(a)
253 575, 663 94(1)(a)
254   Part CTPI (Category 3)
255   Released - not in issue
256   Full CTPI (Category 3)
257   Full CTPI (Category 3)
258   Full CTPI (Category 3)
259   Full CTPI (Category 3)
260   Full CTPI (Category 3)
261   Full CTPI (Category 3)
262 739 Segment 1: LPP
Segment 2: 94(1)(a) 
263 740 94(1)(a)
264 741 94(1)(a)
265 742 94(1)(a)
266   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
267   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
268   Released - not in issue
269   Exempt: LPP
270   Exempt: LPP
271   Exempt: LPP
272   Exempt: LPP
273 592 94(1)(a)
274 593 94(1)(a)
275 594 94(1)(a)
276 595 94(1)(a)
277 596 94(1)(a)
278 596 94(1)(a)
279 597 94(1)(a)
280 623 94(1)(a)
281 624 94(1)(a)
282 625 94(1)(a)
283 626 94(1)(a)
284 627 94(1)(a)
285   Exempt: LPP
286   Exempt: LPP
287   Exempt: LPP
288   Exempt: LPP
289   Exempt: LPP
290   Exempt: LPP
291   Exempt: LPP
292   Exempt: LPP
293   Exempt: LPP
294   Exempt: LPP
295   Exempt: LPP
296   Exempt: LPP
297   Exempt: LPP
298   Exempt: LPP
299   Exempt: LPP
300   Exempt: LPP
301   Exempt: LPP
302   Exempt: LPP
303   Exempt: LPP
304 611 94(1)(a)
305 612 94(1)(a)
306 613 94(1)(a)
307 614 94(1)(a)
308 615 94(1)(a)
309 616 94(1)(a)
310 617 94(1)(a)
311 N/A 94(1)(a)
312   Exempt: LPP
313   Exempt: LPP
314   Exempt: LPP
315   Exempt: LPP
316   Exempt: LPP
317   Exempt: LPP
318   Exempt: LPP
319   Exempt: LPP
320   Exempt: LPP
321   Exempt: LPP
322   Exempt: LPP
323   Exempt: LPP
324   Exempt: LPP
325   Exempt: LPP
326   Exempt: LPP
327   Exempt: LPP
328   Exempt: LPP
329   Exempt: LPP
330 599 94(1)(a)
331 600 94(1)(a)
332 601 94(1)(a)
333 602 94(1)(a)
334 603 94(1)(a)
335 604 94(1)(a)
336 605 94(1)(a)
337   Part CTPI (Category 3)
338   Released - not in issue
339   Part CTPI (Category 3)
340   Released - not in issue
341   Exempt: LPP
342   Exempt: LPP
343 551, 561, 580 94(1)(a)
344 552, 562, 581 94(1)(a)
345 553, 563, 582 94(1)(a)
346 554, 564, 583 94(1)(a)
347 555, 565, 584 94(1)(a)
348 556, 566, 585 94(1)(a)
349 557, 567, 586 94(1)(a)
350 558, 568, 587 94(1)(a)
351   Exempt: LPP
352   Exempt: LPP
353   Exempt: LPP
354   Exempt: LPP
355 549, 559 94(1)(a)
356 550, 560 94(1)(a)
357 551, 561, 580 94(1)(a)
358 552, 562, 581 94(1)(a)
359 553, 563, 582 94(1)(a)
360 554, 564, 583 94(1)(a)
361 555, 565, 584 94(1)(a)
362 556, 566, 585 94(1)(a)
363 557, 567, 586 94(1)(a)
364 558, 568, 587 94(1)(a)
365 501 94(1)(a)
366 502 94(1)(a)
367 503 94(1)(a)
368 N/A 94(1)(a)
369   Exempt: LPP
370   Exempt: LPP
371   Exempt: LPP
372 448 94(1)(a)
373 449 94(1)(a)
374 450 94(1)(a)
375 451 94(1)(a)
376 452 94(1)(a)
377 453 94(1)(a)
378 454 94(1)(a)
379 455 94(1)(a)
380 456 94(1)(a)
381 457 94(1)(a)
382 458 94(1)(a)
383 459 94(1)(a)
384 460 94(1)(a)
385 461 94(1)(a)
386 462 94(1)(a)
387 463 94(1)(a)
388 464 94(1)(a)
389 465 94(1)(a)
390 466 94(1)(a)
391 467 94(1)(a)
392 468 94(1)(a)
393 469 94(1)(a)
394 481/482 94(1)(a)
395 481/482 94(1)(a)
396   Exempt: LPP
397   Exempt: LPP
398   Exempt: LPP
399 549, 559 94(1)(a)
400 550, 560 94(1)(a)
401 551, 561, 580 94(1)(a)
402 552, 562, 581 94(1)(a)
403 553, 563, 582 94(1)(a)
404 554, 564, 583 94(1)(a)
405 555, 565, 584 94(1)(a)
406 556, 566, 585 94(1)(a)
407 557, 567, 586 94(1)(a)
408 558, 568, 587 94(1)(a)
409   Exempt: LPP
410   Exempt: LPP
411   Exempt: LPP
412   Exempt: LPP
413   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
414   Released - not in issue
415   Released - not in issue
416   Released - not in issue
417   Released - not in issue
418   Released - not in issue
419   Released - not in issue
420   Released - not in issue
421   Released - not in issue
422   Released - not in issue
423   Released - not in issue
424 490 94(1)(a)
425 491 94(1)(a)
426 492 94(1)(a)
427 493 94(1)(a)
428 494 94(1)(a)
429   Part CTPI (Category 3)
430   Part CTPI (Category 3)
431   Released - not in issue
432   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
433   Released - not in issue
434   Released - not in issue
435   Part CTPI (Category 3)
436   Part CTPI (Category 3)
437   Part CTPI (Category 3)
438   Released - not in issue
439   Part CTPI (Category 3)
440   Part CTPI (Category 3)
441   Part CTPI (Category 3)
442   Part CTPI (Category 3)
443   Part CTPI (Category 3)
444 438 94(1)(a)
445 439 94(1)(a)
446 440 94(1)(a)
447 441 94(1)(a)
448 442 94(1)(a)
449 426 94(1)(a)
450   Exempt: LPP
451   Segments 1-2: CTPI (Category 3)
Segments 3-4: LPP 
452   Segment 1: LPP
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
453   Released - not in issue
454   Part CTPI (Category 3)
455   Part CTPI (Category 3)
456   Part CTPI (Category 3)
457   Released - not in issue
458 391 94(1)(a)
459 392 94(1)(a)
460 N/A 94(1)(a)
461 387 94(1)(a)
462 389 94(1)(a)
463 381 94(1)(a)
464 382 94(1)(a)
465 383 94(1)(a)
466 355 94(1)(a)
467 356 94(1)(a)
468 357 94(1)(a)
469 358 94(1)(a)
470 359 94(1)(a)
471 360 94(1)(a)
472 361 94(1)(a)
473 362 94(1)(a)
474 363 94(1)(a)
475 345 94(1)(a)
476 346 94(1)(a)
477 347 94(1)(a)
478 348 94(1)(a)
479 349 94(1)(a)
480 N/A 94(1)(a)
481 499/500; 446/7 94(1)(a)
482 499/500; 446/7 94(1)(a)
483   Exempt: LPP
484   Exempt: LPP
485   Exempt: LPP
486   Exempt: LPP
487   Exempt: LPP
488   Exempt: LPP
489   Exempt: LPP
490   Exempt: LPP
491   Exempt: LPP
492   Exempt: LPP
493   Exempt: LPP
494   Exempt: LPP
495   Exempt: LPP
496   Exempt: LPP
497   Exempt: LPP
498   Released - not in issue
499   Part CTPI (Category 3)
500   Released - not in issue
501   Part exempt: LPP
502   Part CTPI (Category 3)
503   Released - not in issue
504   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
505   Segment 1: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
506 91, 260 94(1)(a)
507 92, 261 94(1)(a)
508 93, 262 94(1)(a)
509 94, 263 94(1)(a)
510 95, 264 94(1)(a)
511 265 94(1)(a)
512 266 94(1)(a)
513 267 94(1)(a)
514 268 94(1)(a)
515 269 94(1)(a)
516 270 94(1)(a)
517   Exempt: LPP
518   Exempt: LPP
519   Exempt: LPP
520   Exempt: LPP
521   Exempt: LPP
522   Exempt: LPP
523   Exempt: LPP
524   Exempt: LPP
525   Exempt: LPP
526 256 94(1)(a)
527 157 94(1)(a)
528 158 94(1)(a)
529 159 94(1)(a)
530 160 94(1)(a)
531 84, 162 94(1)(a)
532 85, 163 94(1)(a)
533 86, 164 94(1)(a)
534 87, 165 94(1)(a)
535 171 94(1)(a)
536 172 94(1)(a)
537 173 94(1)(a)
538 174 94(1)(a)
539 175 94(1)(a)
540 176 94(1)(a)
541 152 94(1)(a)
542 153 94(1)(a)
543 154 94(1)(a)
544 148 94(1)(a)
545 149 94(1)(a)
546 150 94(1)(a)
547 151 94(1)(a)
548   Released - not in issue
549   Released - not in issue
550   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
551   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
552   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
553   Released - not in issue
554 142 94(1)(a)
555 143 94(1)(a)
556 144 94(1)(a)
557 145 94(1)(a)
558 146 94(1)(a)
559 147 94(1)(a)
560   Exempt: LPP
561   Exempt: LPP
562   Released - not in issue
563   Released - not in issue
564   Part exempt: LPP
565   Released - not in issue
566   Released - not in issue
567   Released - not in issue
568   Released - not in issue
569   Released - not in issue
570   Released - not in issue
571   Released - not in issue
572   Released - not in issue
573   Released - not in issue
574   Released - not in issue
575   Released - not in issue
576   Released - not in issue
577   Released - not in issue
578   Released - not in issue
579   Released - not in issue
580   Released - not in issue
581   Released - not in issue
582   Released - not in issue
583   Released - not in issue
584   Released - not in issue
585   Released - not in issue
586   Part CTPI (Category 3)
587   Released - not in issue
588   Released - not in issue
589   Released - not in issue
590   Released - not in issue
591   Released - not in issue
592   Full CTPI (Category 3)
593   Part CTPI (Category 3)
594   Part CTPI (Category 3)
595   Full CTPI (Category 3)
596   Part CTPI (Category 3)
597   Part CTPI (Category 3)
598   Full CTPI (Category 3)
599   Part CTPI (Category 3)
600   Full CTPI (Category 3)
601   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
602 728 94(1)(a)
603 729 94(1)(a)
604   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
605   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
606   Released - not in issue
607   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
608   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
609   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
610   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
611   Released - not in issue
612   Released - not in issue
613 733-734 94(1)(a)
614 733-734 94(1)(a)
615   Segments 7-8: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name) 
616   Part CTPI (Category 3)
617   Part CTPI (Category 3)
618   Part CTPI (Category 3)
619   Part CTPI (Category 3)
620   Part CTPI (Category 3)
621   Part CTPI (Category 3)
622   Part CTPI (Category 3)
623   Released - not in issue
624   Released - not in issue
625   Exempt: LPP
626   Exempt: LPP
627   Exempt: LPP
628   Exempt: LPP
629   Released - not in issue
630   Released - not in issue
631   Released - not in issue
632   Released - not in issue
633   Released - not in issue
634   Segments 1-2: (94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
635   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
636   Exempt: LPP
637   Exempt: LPP
638   Exempt: LPP
639   Exempt: LPP
640   Exempt: LPP
641   Exempt: LPP
642   Exempt: LPP
643   Exempt: LPP
644   Exempt: LPP
645   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
646   Part CTPI (Category 3)
647   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
648   Released - not in issue
649 728 94(1)(a)
650 729 94(1)(a)
651   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
652   Segments 1-2: (94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
653   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
654   Part exempt: LPP
655   Released - not in issue
656   Released - not in issue
657   Released - not in issue
658   Released - not in issue
659   Released - not in issue
660   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
661   Segments 1-2: (94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
662   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
663   Part exempt: LPP
664   Part exempt: LPP
665 665-666; 732-734 94(1)(a)
666 665-666; 732-734 94(1)(a)
667 664-666; 732-734 94(1)(a)
668 664-666; 732-734 94(1)(a)
669   Part exempt: LPP
670   Released - not in issue
671   Released - not in issue
672   Part exempt: LPP
673   Exempt: LPP
674   Exempt: LPP
675   Exempt: LPP
676   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
677   Final segment: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
678   Released - not in issue
679 739-742 94(1)(a)
680 739-742 94(1)(a)
681 739-742 94(1)(a)
682 739-742 94(1)(a)
683 739-742 94(1)(a)
684 739-742 94(1)(a)
685   Part CTPI (Category 3)
686   Full CTPI (Category 3)
687   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
688   Released - not in issue
689 574, 663 94(1)(a)
690 575, 663 94(1)(a)
691   Part CTPI (Category 3)
692   Released - not in issue
693   Released - not in issue
694   Part exempt: LPP
695   Released - not in issue
696   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
697   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
698   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
699   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
700   Released - not in issue
701   Exempt: LPP
702   Exempt: LPP
703   Exempt: LPP
704   Exempt: LPP
705 648 94(1)(a)
706 649 94(1)(a)
707 650 94(1)(a)
708 651 94(1)(a)
709 641 94(1)(a)
710 642 94(1)(a)
711 643 94(1)(a)
712 644 94(1)(a)
713 645 94(1)(a)
714 646 94(1)(a)
715 647 94(1)(a)
716   Released - not in issue
717   Released - not in issue
718   Part exempt: LPP
719   Part CTPI (Category 1)
720   Exempt: LPP
721   Exempt: LPP
722   Exempt: LPP
723   Exempt: LPP
724   Exempt: LPP
725 592, 628 94(1)(a)
726 593, 629 94(1)(a)
727 594, 630 94(1)(a)
728 595, 631 94(1)(a)
729 623 94(1)(a)
730 624 94(1)(a)
731 625 94(1)(a)
732 626 94(1)(a)
733 627 94(1)(a)
734   Released - not in issue
735   Exempt: LPP
736   Exempt: LPP
737   Exempt: LPP
738   Exempt: LPP
739   Released - not in issue
740   Part exempt: LPP
741   Exempt: LPP
742   Exempt: LPP
743   Exempt: LPP
744   Exempt: LPP
745   Released - not in issue
746   Released - not in issue
747   Released - not in issue
748   Exempt: LPP
749   Exempt: LPP
750   Exempt: LPP
751   Exempt: LPP
752   Exempt: LPP
753   Exempt: LPP
754   Exempt: LPP
755   Exempt: LPP
756   Exempt: LPP
757   Exempt: LPP
758   Exempt: LPP
759   Exempt: LPP
760   Exempt: LPP
761   Exempt: LPP
762   Exempt: LPP
763   Exempt: LPP
764   Exempt: LPP
765   Exempt: LPP
766   Exempt: LPP
767 599 94(1)(a)
768 600 94(1)(a)
769 601 94(1)(a)
770 602 94(1)(a)
771 603 94(1)(a)
772 604 94(1)(a)
773 605 94(1)(a)
774   Released - not in issue
775   Released - not in issue
776   Part CTPI (Category 3)
777   Released - not in issue
778   Part CTPI (Category 3)
779   Released - not in issue
780   Exempt: LPP
781   Exempt: LPP
782 551, 561, 580 94(1)(a)
783 552, 562, 581 94(1)(a)
784 553, 563, 582 94(1)(a)
785 554, 564, 583 94(1)(a)
786 555, 565, 584 94(1)(a)
787 556, 566, 585 94(1)(a)
788 557, 567, 586 94(1)(a)
789 558, 568, 587 94(1)(a)
790   Exempt: LPP
791   Exempt: LPP
792   Exempt: LPP
793   Exempt: LPP
794   Exempt: LPP
795   Exempt: LPP
796 549, 559 94(1)(a)
797 550, 560 94(1)(a)
798 551, 561, 580 94(1)(a)
799 552, 562, 581 94(1)(a)
800 553, 563, 582 94(1)(a)
801 554, 564, 583 94(1)(a)
802 555, 565, 584 94(1)(a)
803 556, 566, 585 94(1)(a)
804 557, 567, 586 94(1)(a)
805 558, 568, 587 94(1)(a)
806 739-742 Part 94(1)(a)
807 739-742 94(1)(a)
808 739-742 94(1)(a)
809 739-742 94(1)(a)
810   Exempt: LPP
811   Exempt: LPP
812   Exempt: LPP
813   Exempt: LPP
814   Exempt: LPP
815   Exempt: LPP
816   Exempt: LPP
817   Exempt: LPP
818   Exempt: LPP
819   Exempt: LPP
820   Exempt: LPP
821   Exempt: LPP
822   Exempt: LPP
823   Exempt: LPP
824   Exempt: LPP
825   Exempt: LPP
826   Exempt: LPP
827   Exempt: LPP
828   Exempt: LPP
829   Exempt: LPP
830   Exempt: LPP
831   Exempt: LPP
832   Exempt: LPP
833   Exempt: LPP
834   Exempt: LPP
835   Exempt: LPP
836   Exempt: LPP
837   Exempt: LPP
838   Exempt: LPP
839   Exempt: LPP
840   Exempt: LPP
841   Exempt: LPP
842   Exempt: LPP
843   Exempt: LPP
844   Exempt: LPP
845   Exempt: LPP
846   Exempt: LPP
847   Exempt: LPP
848   Exempt: LPP
849   Exempt: LPP
850   Exempt: LPP
851   Exempt: LPP
852   Exempt: LPP
853   Exempt: LPP
854   Exempt: LPP
855   Exempt: LPP
856 499/500; 446/7 94(1)(a)
857 499/500; 446/7 94(1)(a)
858 340 94(1)(a)
859 341 94(1)(a)
860 342 94(1)(a)
861 343 94(1)(a)
862 344 94(1)(a)
863 334 94(1)(a)
864 335 94(1)(a)
865 336 94(1)(a)
866 337 94(1)(a)
867 338 94(1)(a)
868 339 94(1)(a)
869   Full CTPI (Category 3)
870 499/500; 446/7 94(1)(a)
871 499/500; 446/7 94(1)(a)
872   Exempt: LPP
873   Exempt: LPP
874   Exempt: LPP
875   Released - not in issue
876 448 94(1)(a)
877 449 94(1)(a)
878 450 94(1)(a)
879 451 94(1)(a)
880 481/482 94(1)(a)
881 481/482 94(1)(a)
882   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
883   Exempt: LPP
884   Exempt: LPP
885   Exempt: LPP
886   Exempt: LPP
887   Exempt: LPP
888   Exempt: LPP
889   Exempt: LPP
890   Exempt: LPP
891   Exempt: LPP
892   Exempt: LPP
893   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
894 490 94(1)(a)
895 491 94(1)(a)
896 492 94(1)(a)
897 493 94(1)(a)
898 494 94(1)(a)
899   Part CTPI (Category 3)
900   Released - not in issue
901   Part exempt: LPP
902   Exempt: LPP
903   Exempt: LPP
904   Exempt: LPP
905   Part CTPI (Category 3)
906   Part CTPI (Category 3)
907   Part CTPI (Category 3)
908   Part CTPI (Category 3)
909   Part CTPI (Category 3)
910   Part CTPI (Category 3)
911   Released - not in issue
912   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
913   Released - not in issue
914   Part CTPI (Category 3)
915   Part CTPI (Category 3)
916   Part CTPI (Category 3)
917   Part CTPI (Category 3)
918   Released - not in issue
919   Released - not in issue
920   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
921   Released - not in issue
922   Released - not in issue
923   Part CTPI (Category 3)
924   Part CTPI (Category 3)
925   Part CTPI (Category 3)
926   Released - not in issue
927   Segments 1-2: CTPI (Category 2(c))
Segment 3: CTPI (Category 3) 
928 903 94(1)(a)
929 904 94(1)(a)
930 905 94(1)(a)
931   Segments 1-2: CTPI (Category 2(c))
Segment 3: CTPI (Category 3) 
932   Released - not in issue
933   Part CTPI (Category 3)
934   Released - not in issue
935   Part exempt: LPP
936   Exempt: LPP
937   Exempt: LPP
938   Exempt: LPP
939   Exempt: LPP
940   Segments 1-3: CTPI (Category 3)
Segment 4: 94(1)(a) (name) 
941 904 94(1)(a)
942   Released - not in issue
943   Part CTPI (Category 3)
944   Part CTPI (Category 3)
945   Part CTPI (Category 3)
946   Part CTPI (Category 3)
947   Part CTPI (Category 3)
948   Released - not in issue
949   Segments 1-2: CTPI (Category 3)
Segment 3: LPP 
950   Part CTPI (Category 3)
951   Part CTPI (Category 3)
952   Part CTPI (Category 3)
953   Part CTPI (Category 3)
954   Part CTPI (Category 3)
955 426 94(1)(a)
956   Exempt: LPP
957   Segments 1-2: CTPI (Category 3)
Segments 3-4: LPP 
958   Segment 3: LPP
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
959   Released - not in issue
960   Part CTPI (Category 3)
961   Part CTPI (Category 3)
962   Part CTPI (Category 3)
963   Released - not in issue
964   Exempt: LPP
965   Exempt: LPP
966   Exempt: LPP
967   Segments 1-3: CTPI (Category 2(a))
Segment 4: CTPI (Category 1) 
968   Part CTPI (Category 2(a))
969   Segment 1: CTPI (Category 2(a))
Segment 4: CTPI (Category 1) 
970 387 94(1)(a)
971 389 94(1)(a)
972 903 94(1)(a)
973 904 94(1)(a)
974 905 94(1)(a)
975 902 94(1)(a)
976 903 94(1)(a)
977 904 94(1)(a)
978 905 94(1)(a)
979   Full CTPI (Category 3)
980   Part CTPI (Category 3)
981   Part CTPI (Category 3)
982   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
983   Released - not in issue
984 902 94(1)(a)
985 903 94(1)(a)
986 904 94(1)(a)
987 905 94(1)(a)
988 906 94(1)(a)
989   Released - not in issue
990   Exempt: LPP
991   Exempt: LPP
992   Exempt: LPP
993 381 94(1)(a)
994 382 94(1)(a)
995 383 94(1)(a)
996   Released - not in issue
997   Part exempt: LPP
998   Exempt: LPP
999   Exempt: LPP
1000   Released - not in issue
1001   Exempt: LPP
1002   Exempt: LPP
1003   Exempt: LPP
1004 376 94(1)(a)
1005 377 94(1)(a)
1006 378 94(1)(a)
1007 379 94(1)(a)
1008   Segments 1-2: 94(1)(a) (name)
Segment 3: CTPI (Category 2(a)) 
1009 360 94(1)(a)
1010 361 94(1)(a)
1011 362 94(1)(a)
1012 363 94(1)(a)
1013 N/A 94(1)(a)
1014 896 Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1015   Part CTPI (Category 2(c))
1016   Released - not in issue
1017   Released - not in issue
1018   Part exempt: LPP
1019   Exempt: LPP
1020   Released - not in issue
1021 899 94(1)(a)
1022 900 94(1)(a)
1023 901 94(1)(a)
1024 N/A 94(1)(a)
1025 355 94(1)(a)
1026 356 94(1)(a)
1027 357 94(1)(a)
1028 358 94(1)(a)
1029 359 94(1)(a)
1030 360 94(1)(a)
1031 361 94(1)(a)
1032 362 94(1)(a)
1033 363 94(1)(a)
1034 345 94(1)(a)
1035 346 94(1)(a)
1036 347 94(1)(a)
1037 348 94(1)(a)
1038 349 94(1)(a)
1039 N/A 94(1)(a)
1040   Exempt: LPP
1041   Exempt: LPP
1042 322 94(1)(a)
1043 323 94(1)(a)
1044 324 94(1)(a)
1045 325 94(1)(a)
1046 326 94(1)(a)
1047 327 94(1)(a)
1048   Released - not in issue
1049 314 94(1)(a)
1050 315 94(1)(a)
1051 316 94(1)(a)
1052 317 94(1)(a)
1053   Released - not in issue
1054   Exempt: LPP
1055   Exempt: LPP
1056   Exempt: LPP
1057   Exempt: LPP
1058   Exempt: LPP
1059   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1060   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1061   Segments 1-3: 94(1)(a) (name)
Segment 4: CTPI (Category 2(a)) 
1062   Released - not in issue
1063   Released - not in issue
1064   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1065   Part CTPI (Category 2(a))
1066   Released - not in issue
1067   Exempt: LPP
1068   Exempt: LPP
1069   Exempt: LPP
1070   Exempt: LPP
1071   Exempt: LPP
1072   Exempt: LPP
1073 300 94(1)(a)
1074 301 94(1)(a)
1075 302 94(1)(a)
1076   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1077   Released - not in issue
1078   Released - not in issue
1079   Released - not in issue
1080   Released - not in issue
1081   Released - not in issue
1082   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1083   Released - not in issue
1084   Released - not in issue
1085   Released - not in issue
1086   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1087   Released - not in issue
1088   Part exempt: LPP
1089   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1090   Released - not in issue
1091   Segment 1: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
1092   Segments 1-2: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
1093   Released - not in issue
1094   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1095   Segment 1: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
1096   Segments 1-3: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
1097   Released - not in issue
1098   Segments 1-4, 9: 94(1)(a) (names)
Balance CTPI: Category 3 
1099   Segments 1-2, 5, 8 : 94(1)(a) (names)
Balance CTPI: Category 3 
1100   Segments 1-2 : 94(1)(a) (names)
Balance CTPI: Category 3 
1101   Released - not in issue
1102   Released - not in issue
1103   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1104   Exempt: LPP
1105   Exempt: LPP
1106   Exempt: LPP
1107   Exempt: LPP
1108   Exempt: LPP
1109   Exempt: LPP
1110   Exempt: LPP
1111   Exempt: LPP
1112   Exempt: LPP
1113   Released - not in issue
1114   Released - not in issue
1115   Released - not in issue
1116   Released - not in issue
1117   Released - not in issue
1118   Released - not in issue
1119 91, 260 94(1)(a)
1120 92, 261 94(1)(a)
1121 93, 262 94(1)(a)
1122 94, 263 94(1)(a)
1123 95, 264 94(1)(a)
1124   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1125   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1126   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1127   Exempt: LPP
1128   Exempt: LPP
1129   Exempt: LPP
1130   Exempt: LPP
1131   Exempt: LPP
1132   Exempt: LPP
1133   Exempt: LPP
1134   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1135   Released - not in issue
1136   Exempt: LPP
1137   Exempt: LPP
1138   Exempt: LPP
1139   Exempt: LPP
1140   Exempt: LPP
1141   Exempt: LPP
1142   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1143   Released - not in issue
1144   Released - not in issue
1145   Released - not in issue
1146   Released - not in issue
1147   Released - not in issue
1148   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1149   Released - not in issue
1150   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1151   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1152   Released - not in issue
1153   Exempt: LPP
1154   Exempt: LPP
1155   Exempt: LPP
1156   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1157   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1158   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1159   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1160   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1161   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1162   Released - not in issue
1163   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1164   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1165   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1166   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1167   Exempt: LPP
1168   Exempt: LPP
1169   Exempt: LPP
1170   Exempt: LPP
1171   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1172   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1173   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1174   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1175   Released - not in issue
1176   Segments 3, 5-6: CTPI (Category 2(c))
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name) 
1177   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1178   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1179   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1180   Released - not in issue
1181 171 94(1)(a)
1182 172 94(1)(a)
1183 173 94(1)(a)
1184 174 94(1)(a)
1185 175 94(1)(a)
1186 176 94(1)(a)
1187   Exempt: LPP
1188   Exempt: LPP
1189   Exempt: LPP
1190   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1191   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1192   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1193   Released - not in issue
1194   Released - not in issue
1195   Released - not in issue
1196   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1197   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1198   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1199   Released - not in issue
1200   Released - not in issue
1201   Released - not in issue
1202   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1203   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1204   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1205   Released - not in issue
1206   Exempt: LPP
1207   Exempt: LPP
1208   Exempt: LPP
1209   Exempt: LPP
1210   Exempt: LPP
1211   Exempt: LPP
1212   Exempt: LPP
1213   Released - not in issue
1214   Part exempt: LPP
1215   Released - not in issue
1216   Released - not in issue
1217   Part exempt: LPP
1218   Part exempt: LPP
1219   Released - not in issue
1220 129 94(1)(a)
1221 130 94(1)(a)
1222 131 94(1)(a)
1223 132 94(1)(a)
1224   Segments 1-2: CTPI (Category 3)
Segment 3: LPP 
1225   Part exempt: LPP
1226   Released - not in issue
1227   Released - not in issue
1228   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1229   Part exempt: LPP
1230   Part exempt: LPP
1231   Released - not in issue
1232   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1233   Part exempt: LPP
1234   Part exempt: LPP
1235   Released - not in issue
1236   Released - not in issue
1237   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1238   Segment 1: CTPI (Category 3)
Segment 2: LPP 
1239   Part exempt: LPP
1240   Released - not in issue
1241   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1242   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1243   Segments 1-2: CTPI (Category 3)
Segment 3: LPP 
1244   Part exempt: LPP
1245   Released - not in issue
1246   Released - not in issue
1247   Exempt: LPP
1248   Exempt: LPP
1249 125 94(1)(a)
1250 126 94(1)(a)
1251 126 94(1)(a)
1252   Released - not in issue
1253   Released - not in issue
1254   Part CTPI (Category 1)
1255   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1256   Released - not in issue
1257   Released - not in issue
1258   Released - not in issue
1259   Released - not in issue
1260   Released - not in issue
1261   Released - not in issue
1262   Released - not in issue
1263   Released - not in issue
1264   Released - not in issue
1265   Released - not in issue
1266   Released - not in issue
1267   Released - not in issue
1268   Released - not in issue
1269   Released - not in issue
1270   Released - not in issue
1271   Released - not in issue
1272   Part CTPI (Category 1)
1273   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1274   Released - not in issue
1275   Released - not in issue
1276   Released - not in issue
1277   Released - not in issue
1278   Released - not in issue
1279   Released - not in issue
1280   Released - not in issue
1281   Released - not in issue
1282   Released - not in issue
1283   Released - not in issue
1284   Released - not in issue
1285   Released - not in issue
1286   Released - not in issue
1287   Released - not in issue
1288   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1289   Released - not in issue
1290   Released - not in issue
1291   Released - not in issue
1292   Released - not in issue
1293   Released - not in issue
1294   Released - not in issue
1295   Released - not in issue
1296   Released - not in issue
1297   Released - not in issue
1298   Released - not in issue
1299   Released - not in issue
1300   Released - not in issue
1301   Released - not in issue
1302   Released - not in issue
1303   Released - not in issue
1304   Released - not in issue
1305   Released - not in issue
1306   Released - not in issue
1307   Released - not in issue
1308   Released - not in issue
1309   Released - not in issue
1310   Released - not in issue
1311   Released - not in issue
1312   Released - not in issue
1313   Released - not in issue
1314   Released - not in issue
1315   Released - not in issue
1316   Released - not in issue
1317   Released - not in issue
1318   Released - not in issue
1319   Released - not in issue
1320   Released - not in issue
1321   Released - not in issue
1322   Released - not in issue
1323   Released - not in issue
1324   Released - not in issue
1325   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1326   Released - not in issue
1327   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1328   Released - not in issue
1329 728 94(1)(a)
1330 729 94(1)(a)
1331   Released - not in issue
1332   Released - not in issue
1333   Released - not in issue
1334   Released - not in issue
1335   Released - not in issue
1336   Released - not in issue
1337   Released - not in issue
1338   Released - not in issue
1339   Released - not in issue
1340   Released - not in issue
1341   Released - not in issue
1342   Released - not in issue
1343   Released - not in issue
1344   Released - not in issue
1345   Released - not in issue
1346   Released - not in issue
1347   Released - not in issue
1348   Released - not in issue
1349   Released - not in issue
1350   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1351   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1352   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1353   Released - not in issue
1354   Released - not in issue
1355   Released - not in issue
1356   Released - not in issue
1357   Released - not in issue
1358   Released - not in issue
1359   Released - not in issue
1360   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1361   Released - not in issue
1362   Released - not in issue
1363   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1364   Released - not in issue
1365   Released - not in issue
1366   Released - not in issue
1367   Released - not in issue
1368   Released - not in issue
1369   Released - not in issue
1370   Released - not in issue
1371   Released - not in issue
1372   Released - not in issue
1373   Released - not in issue
1374   Released - not in issue
1375   Released - not in issue
1376   Released - not in issue
1377   Released - not in issue
1378   Released - not in issue
1379   Released - not in issue
1380   Released - not in issue
1381   Released - not in issue
1382   Released - not in issue
1383   Released - not in issue
1384   Released - not in issue
1385   Released - not in issue
1386   Released - not in issue
1387   Released - not in issue
1388   Released - not in issue
1389   Released - not in issue
1390   Released - not in issue
1391   Released - not in issue
1392   Released - not in issue
1393   Released - not in issue
1394   Released - not in issue
1395   Part CTPI (Category 1)
1396   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1397   Released - not in issue
1398   Released - not in issue
1399   Released - not in issue
1400   Released - not in issue
1401   Released - not in issue
1402   Released - not in issue
1403   Released - not in issue
1404   Released - not in issue
1405   Released - not in issue
1406   Released - not in issue
1407   Released - not in issue
1408   Released - not in issue
1409   Released - not in issue
1410   Released - not in issue
1411   Released - not in issue
1412   Released - not in issue
1413   Released - not in issue
1414   Released - not in issue
1415   Released - not in issue
1416   Released - not in issue
1417   Released - not in issue
1418   Released - not in issue
1419   Released - not in issue
1420   Released - not in issue
1421   Released - not in issue
1422   Released - not in issue
1423   Released - not in issue
1424   Released - not in issue
1425   Released - not in issue
1426   Released - not in issue
1427   Released - not in issue
1428   Released - not in issue
1429   Released - not in issue
1430   Released - not in issue
1431   Released - not in issue
1432   Released - not in issue
1433   Released - not in issue
1434   Released - not in issue
1435   Released - not in issue
1436   Released - not in issue
1437   Released - not in issue
1438   Released - not in issue
1439   Released - not in issue
1440   Released - not in issue
1441   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1442   Released - not in issue
1443 728 94(1)(a)
1444 729 94(1)(a)
1445   Released - not in issue
1446   Released - not in issue
1447   Released - not in issue
1448   Released - not in issue
1449   Released - not in issue
1450   Released - not in issue
1451   Released - not in issue
1452   Released - not in issue
1453   Released - not in issue
1454   Released - not in issue
1455   Released - not in issue
1456   Released - not in issue
1457   Released - not in issue
1458   Released - not in issue
1459   Released - not in issue
1460   Released - not in issue
1461   Released - not in issue
1462   Released - not in issue
1463   Released - not in issue
1464   Released - not in issue
1465   Released - not in issue
1466   Released - not in issue
1467   Released - not in issue
1468   Released - not in issue
1469 618 94(1)(a)
1470   Released - not in issue
1471   Released - not in issue
1472   Released - not in issue
1473   Released - not in issue
1474   Released - not in issue
1475   Released - not in issue
1476   Released - not in issue
1477   Released - not in issue
1478   Released - not in issue
1479   Released - not in issue
1480   Released - not in issue
1481   Part exempt: LPP
1482   Released - not in issue
1483   Released - not in issue
1484   Released - not in issue
1485   Released - not in issue
1486   Released - not in issue
1487 670, 708 94(1)(a)
1488 670, 709 94(1)(a)
1489 671, 710 94(1)(a)
1490 671, 711 94(1)(a)
1491 672, 712 94(1)(a)
1492 672, 713 94(1)(a)
1493 673, 714 94(1)(a)
1494 673, 715 94(1)(a)
1495 674, 716 94(1)(a)
1496 674, 717 94(1)(a)
1497 675, 718 94(1)(a)
1498   Released - not in issue
1499   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1500   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1501   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1502   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1503   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1504   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1505   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1506   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1507   Released - not in issue
1508   Released - not in issue
1509   Released - not in issue
1510   Part CTPI (Category 1)
1511   Part CTPI (Category 1)
1512   Released - not in issue
1513   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1514   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1515   Released - not in issue
1516   Released - not in issue
1517   Released - not in issue
1518   Released - not in issue
1519   Released - not in issue
1520   Part CTPI (Category 2(c))
1521   Part CTPI (Category 2(c))
1522   Released - not in issue
1523   Part CTPI (Category 2(a))
1524   Segment 1: Part CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: Part CTPI (Category 2(c)) 
1525   Released - not in issue
1526   Released - not in issue
1527   Released - not in issue
1528   Released - not in issue
1529   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1530   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1531   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1532   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1533   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1534   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1535   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1536   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1537   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1538   Full CTPI (Category 4)
1539   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1540   Released - not in issue
1541 728 94(1)(a)
1542 729 94(1)(a)
1543   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1544   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1545   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1546   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1547   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1548   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1549   Released - not in issue
1550   Released - not in issue
1551   Released - not in issue
1552   Released - not in issue
1553   Released - not in issue
1554   Released - not in issue
1555   Released - not in issue
1556   Released - not in issue
1557   Released - not in issue
1558   Released - not in issue
1559   Released - not in issue
1560   Exempt: LPP
1561   Exempt: LPP
1562   Exempt: LPP
1563   Exempt: LPP
1564   Exempt: LPP
1565   Exempt: LPP
1566 592 94(1)(a)
1567 593 94(1)(a)
1568 594 94(1)(a)
1569 595 94(1)(a)
1570 596 94(1)(a)
1571 596 94(1)(a)
1572 597 94(1)(a)
1573   Exempt: LPP
1574   Exempt: LPP
1575   Exempt: LPP
1576   Exempt: LPP
1577   Exempt: LPP
1578   Exempt: LPP
1579   Exempt: LPP
1580   Exempt: LPP
1581   Released - not in issue
1582   Exempt: LPP
1583   Exempt: LPP
1584   Exempt: LPP
1585   Exempt: LPP
1586   Released - not in issue
1587   Released - not in issue
1588   Released - not in issue
1589   Released - not in issue
1590   Released - not in issue
1591   Released - not in issue
1592   Released - not in issue
1593   Released - not in issue
1594   Released - not in issue
1595   Released - not in issue
1596   Released - not in issue
1597   Released - not in issue
1598   Released - not in issue
1599   Released - not in issue
1600   Released - not in issue
1601 623 94(1)(a)
1602 624 94(1)(a)
1603 625 94(1)(a)
1604 626 94(1)(a)
1605 627 94(1)(a)
1606 592 94(1)(a)
1607 593 94(1)(a)
1608 594 94(1)(a)
1609 595 94(1)(a)
1610 596 94(1)(a)
1611 596 94(1)(a)
1612 597 94(1)(a)
1613   Exempt: LPP
1614   Exempt: LPP
1615   Exempt: LPP
1616   Exempt: LPP
1617   Exempt: LPP
1618   Released - not in issue
1619   Released - not in issue
1620   Released - not in issue
1621   Released - not in issue
1622   Released - not in issue
1623   Released - not in issue
1624   Exempt: LPP
1625   Exempt: LPP
1626   Exempt: LPP
1627   Exempt: LPP
1628   Exempt: LPP
1629   Exempt: LPP
1630 735 94(1)(a)
1631 736 94(1)(a)
1632 737 94(1)(a)
1633 738 94(1)(a)
1634 668 94(1)(a)
1635 669 94(1)(a)
1636 670, 708 94(1)(a)
1637 670, 709 94(1)(a)
1638 671, 710 94(1)(a)
1639 671, 711 94(1)(a)
1640 672, 712 94(1)(a)
1641 672, 713 94(1)(a)
1642 673, 714 94(1)(a)
1643 673, 715 94(1)(a)
1644 674, 716 94(1)(a)
1645 674, 717 94(1)(a)
1646 675, 718 94(1)(a)
1647 676 94(1)(a)
1648 691 94(1)(a)
1649 692 94(1)(a)
1650 693 94(1)(a)
1651 694 94(1)(a)
1652 695 94(1)(a)
1653 696 94(1)(a)
1654 697 94(1)(a)
1655 698 94(1)(a)
1656 699 94(1)(a)
1657 700 94(1)(a)
1658 701 94(1)(a)
1659 702 94(1)(a)
1660 703 94(1)(a)
1661 704 94(1)(a)
1662 705 94(1)(a)
1663 706 94(1)(a)
1664 707 94(1)(a)
1665   Released - not in issue
1666   Released - not in issue
1667   Released - not in issue
1668   Released - not in issue
1669   Released - not in issue
1670 739-742 Segment 1: LPP
Segment 2: 94(1)(a) 
1671 739-742 94(1)(a)
1672 739-742 94(1)(a)
1673 739-742 94(1)(a)
1674   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1675   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1676   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1677   Released - not in issue
1678   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1679   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1680   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1681   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1682   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1683   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1684   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1685   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1686   Released - not in issue
1687 574, 663 94(1)(a)
1688 575, 663 94(1)(a)
1689 739-742 94(1)(a)
1690 739-742 94(1)(a)
1691 739-742 94(1)(a)
1692 664-666 94(1)(a)
1693 664-666 94(1)(a)
1694 664-666 94(1)(a)
1695   Part exempt: LPP
1696   Released - not in issue
1697   Released - not in issue
1698   Released - not in issue
1699   Released - not in issue
1700   Released - not in issue
1701   Released - not in issue
1702 664-666 94(1)(a)
1703 664-666 94(1)(a)
1704 664-666 94(1)(a)
1705   Part exempt: LPP
1706   Part exempt: LPP
1707   Part exempt: LPP
1708   Released - not in issue
1709   Released - not in issue
1710   Released - not in issue
1711   Released - not in issue
1712   Released - not in issue
1713   Released - not in issue
1714   Released - not in issue
1715   Part exempt: LPP
1716   Released - not in issue
1717   Released - not in issue
1718   Released - not in issue
1719   Released - not in issue
1720   Released - not in issue
1721   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1722   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1723   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1724 728 94(1)(a)
1725 729 94(1)(a)
1726   Released - not in issue
1727   Released - not in issue
1728   Exempt: LPP
1729   Exempt: LPP
1730   Exempt: LPP
1731   Exempt: LPP
1732   Exempt: LPP
1733   Exempt: LPP
1734   Exempt: LPP
1735   Exempt: LPP
1736   Exempt: LPP
1737   Exempt: LPP
1738   Exempt: LPP
1739   Exempt: LPP
1740   Exempt: LPP
1741   Exempt: LPP
1742   Exempt: LPP
1743   Exempt: LPP
1744   Exempt: LPP
1745   Exempt: LPP
1746   Exempt: LPP
1747   Exempt: LPP
1748   Exempt: LPP
1749   Exempt: LPP
1750   Exempt: LPP
1751   Exempt: LPP
1752   Exempt: LPP
1753   Exempt: LPP
1754   Exempt: LPP
1755   Exempt: LPP
1756   Exempt: LPP
1757   Exempt: LPP
1758   Exempt: LPP
1759   Exempt: LPP
1760   Exempt: LPP
1761   Exempt: LPP
1762   Exempt: LPP
1763   Exempt: LPP
1764   Exempt: LPP
1765   Exempt: LPP
1766   Exempt: LPP
1767   Exempt: LPP
1768   Exempt: LPP
1769   Exempt: LPP
1770   Exempt: LPP
1771   Exempt: LPP
1772   Exempt: LPP
1773   Exempt: LPP
1774   Exempt: LPP
1775   Exempt: LPP
1776   Exempt: LPP
1777   Exempt: LPP
1778   Exempt: LPP
1779   Exempt: LPP
1780   Exempt: LPP
1781   Exempt: LPP
1782   Exempt: LPP
1783   Exempt: LPP
1784   Exempt: LPP
1785   Exempt: LPP
1786   Exempt: LPP
1787   Exempt: LPP
1788   Exempt: LPP
1789   Exempt: LPP
1790   Segments 7-8: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name) 
1791   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1792   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1793   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1794   Segments 7-8, 11-12: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name) 
1795   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1796   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1797   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1798   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1799   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1800   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1801   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1802   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1803   Released - not in issue
1804   Released - not in issue
1805   Released - not in issue
1806   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1807   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1808   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1809   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1810   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1811   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1812   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1813   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1814   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1815   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1816   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1817   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1818   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1819   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1820   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1821   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1822   Full CTPI (Category 3)
1823   Released - not in issue
1824   Released - not in issue
1825   Released - not in issue
1826   Released - not in issue
1827   Released - not in issue
1828   Released - not in issue
1829   Released - not in issue
1830   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1831   Released - not in issue
1832 381 94(1)(a)
1833 382 94(1)(a)
1834 383 94(1)(a)
1835   Exempt: LPP
1836   Exempt: LPP
1837   Exempt: LPP
1838   Released - not in issue
1839   Segments 2-3, 7: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name) 
1840   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1841 387 94(1)(a)
1842 389 94(1)(a)
1843   Released - not in issue
1844 389 94(1)(a)
1845   Exempt: LPP
1846   Exempt: LPP
1847   Exempt: LPP
1848   Exempt: LPP
1849 391 94(1)(a)
1850 392 94(1)(a)
1851 N/A 94(1)(a)
1852   Segments 1-2: CTPI (Category 3)
Segments 3-4: LPP 
1853   Segment 1: LPP
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
1854   Released - not in issue
1855   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1856   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1857   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1858   Released - not in issue
1859   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1860   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1861   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1862   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1863   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1864   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1865 903, 904 Segments 1-3: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) 
1866 904 94(1)(a)
1867 905 94(1)(a)
1868   Released - not in issue
1869   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1870   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1871   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1872   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1873   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1874   Released - not in issue
1875   Part exempt: LPP
1876   Exempt: LPP
1877   Exempt: LPP
1878   Exempt: LPP
1879   Exempt: LPP
1880   Released - not in issue
1881   Released - not in issue
1882   Part CTPI (Category 2(c))
1883   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1884   Segments 1-2: CTPI (Category 2(c))
Segment 3: CTPI (Category 3) 
1885   Released - not in issue
1886   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1887   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1888   Released - not in issue
1889   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1890   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1891   Released - not in issue
1892   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1893   Part CTPI (Category 3)
1894   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1895   Released - not in issue
1896   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
1897   Released - not in issue
1898 549, 559 94(1)(a)
1899 550, 560 94(1)(a)
1900 551, 561 94(1)(a)
1901 552, 562 94(1)(a)
1902 553, 563 94(1)(a)
1903 554, 564 94(1)(a)
1904 555, 565 94(1)(a)
1905 556, 566 94(1)(a)
1906 557, 567 94(1)(a)
1907 558, 568 94(1)(a)
1908 490 94(1)(a)
1909 491 94(1)(a)
1910 492 94(1)(a)
1911 493 94(1)(a)
1912 494 94(1)(a)
1913   Exempt: LPP
1914   Exempt: LPP
1915   Exempt: LPP
1916   Exempt: LPP
1917   Exempt: LPP
1918   Exempt: LPP
1919   Exempt: LPP
1920 549, 559 94(1)(a)
1921 550, 560 94(1)(a)
1922 551, 561 94(1)(a)
1923 552, 562 94(1)(a)
1924 553, 563 94(1)(a)
1925 554, 564 94(1)(a)
1926 555, 565 94(1)(a)
1927 556, 566 94(1)(a)
1928 557, 567 94(1)(a)
1929 558, 568 94(1)(a)
1930   Exempt: LPP
1931   Exempt: LPP
1932   Exempt: LPP
1933   Exempt: LPP
1934 448 94(1)(a)
1935 449 94(1)(a)
1936 450 94(1)(a)
1937 451 94(1)(a)
1938 452 94(1)(a)
1939 453 94(1)(a)
1940 454 94(1)(a)
1941 455 94(1)(a)
1942 456 94(1)(a)
1943 457 94(1)(a)
1944 458 94(1)(a)
1945 459 94(1)(a)
1946 460 94(1)(a)
1947 461 94(1)(a)
1948 462 94(1)(a)
1949 463 94(1)(a)
1950 464 94(1)(a)
1951 465 94(1)(a)
1952 466 94(1)(a)
1953 467 94(1)(a)
1954 468 94(1)(a)
1955 469 94(1)(a)
1956 501 94(1)(a)
1957 502 94(1)(a)
1958 503 94(1)(a)
1959 N/A 94(1)(a)
1960   Released - not in issue
1961   Released - not in issue
1962   Released - not in issue
1963   Released - not in issue
1964   Released - not in issue
1965   Released - not in issue
1966   Released - not in issue
1967   Released - not in issue
1968   Released - not in issue
1969   Released - not in issue
1970   Released - not in issue
1971   Released - not in issue
1972   Released - not in issue
1973   Released - not in issue
1974   Released - not in issue
1975 544 94(1)(a)
1976 545 94(1)(a)
1977 546 94(1)(a)
1978 504 94(1)(a)
1979 505 94(1)(a)
1980 506 94(1)(a)
1981 507 94(1)(a)
1982 508 94(1)(a)
1983 509 94(1)(a)
1984 510 94(1)(a)
1985 511 94(1)(a)
1986 512 94(1)(a)
1987 513 94(1)(a)
1988 514 94(1)(a)
1989 515 94(1)(a)
1990 516 94(1)(a)
1991 517 94(1)(a)
1992 518 94(1)(a)
1993 519 94(1)(a)
1994 520 94(1)(a)
1995 521 94(1)(a)
1996 522 94(1)(a)
1997 523 94(1)(a)
1998 524 94(1)(a)
1999 525 94(1)(a)
2000 526 94(1)(a)
2001 527 94(1)(a)
2002 528 94(1)(a)
2003   Part CTPI (Category 1)
2004   Part CTPI (Category 1)
2005   Part CTPI (Category 1)
2006   Part CTPI (Category 1)
2007   Part CTPI (Category 1)
2008   Part CTPI (Category 1)
2009   Part CTPI (Category 1)
2010   Part CTPI (Category 1)
2011   Part CTPI (Category 1)
2012   Released - not in issue
2013   Released - not in issue
2014   Released - not in issue
2015   Exempt: LPP
2016   Exempt: LPP
2017 549, 559 94(1)(a)
2018 550, 560 94(1)(a)
2019 551, 561, 580 94(1)(a)
2020 552, 562, 581 94(1)(a)
2021 553, 563, 582 94(1)(a)
2022 554, 564, 583 94(1)(a)
2023 555, 565, 584 94(1)(a)
2024 556, 566, 585 94(1)(a)
2025 557, 567, 586 94(1)(a)
2026 558, 568, 587 94(1)(a)
2027   Released - not in issue
2028   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2029   Exempt: LPP
2030   Exempt: LPP
2031   Exempt: LPP
2032   Exempt: LPP
2033 551, 561, 580 94(1)(a)
2034 552, 562, 581 94(1)(a)
2035 553, 563, 582 94(1)(a)
2036 554, 564, 583 94(1)(a)
2037 555, 565, 584 94(1)(a)
2038 556, 566, 585 94(1)(a)
2039 557, 567, 586 94(1)(a)
2040 558, 568, 587 94(1)(a)
2041   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2042   Released - not in issue
2043   Outside Scope
2044   Outside Scope
2045   Outside Scope
2046   Outside Scope
2047   Outside Scope
2048   Outside Scope
2049   Outside Scope
2050   Outside Scope
2051   Outside Scope
2052 599 94(1)(a)
2053 600 94(1)(a)
2054 601 94(1)(a)
2055 602 94(1)(a)
2056 603 94(1)(a)
2057 604 94(1)(a)
2058 605 94(1)(a)
2059   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
2060   Released - not in issue
2061   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
2062   Released - not in issue
2063   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2064   Part exempt: LPP
2065   Part exempt: LPP
2066   Released - not in issue
2067   Exempt: LPP
2068   Part exempt: LPP
2069   Released - not in issue
2070   Released - not in issue
2071   Part exempt: LPP
2072   Part exempt: LPP
2073   Released - not in issue
2074   Exempt: LPP
2075   Part exempt: LPP
2076   Released - not in issue
2077   Part exempt: LPP
2078   Released - not in issue
2079   Released - not in issue
2080   Released - not in issue
2081   Released - not in issue
2082 140 94(1)(a)
2083 141 94(1)(a)
2084   Exempt: LPP
2085   Exempt: LPP
2086   Exempt: LPP
2087 142 94(1)(a)
2088 143 94(1)(a)
2089 144 94(1)(a)
2090 145 94(1)(a)
2091 146 94(1)(a)
2092 147 94(1)(a)
2093 N/A 94(1)(a)
2094 148 94(1)(a)
2095 149 94(1)(a)
2096 150 94(1)(a)
2097 151 94(1)(a)
2098 152 94(1)(a)
2099 153 94(1)(a)
2100 154 94(1)(a)
2101 171 94(1)(a)
2102 172 94(1)(a)
2103 173 94(1)(a)
2104 174 94(1)(a)
2105 175 94(1)(a)
2106 176 94(1)(a)
2107 162 94(1)(a)
2108 163 94(1)(a)
2109 164 94(1)(a)
2110 165 94(1)(a)
2111 166 94(1)(a)
2112 167 94(1)(a)
2113 168 94(1)(a)
2114 160 94(1)(a)
2115 157 94(1)(a)
2116 158 94(1)(a)
2117 159 94(1)(a)
2118 83, 256 94(1)(a)
2119 157 94(1)(a)
2120 158 94(1)(a)
2121 159 94(1)(a)
2122 83, 256 94(1)(a)
2123 81, 155 94(1)(a)
2124 82, 156 94(1)(a)
2125 N/A 94(1)(a)
2126 83, 256 94(1)(a)
2127   Exempt: LPP
2128   Exempt: LPP
2129   Exempt: LPP
2130   Exempt: LPP
2131   Exempt: LPP
2132   Exempt: LPP
2133 265 94(1)(a)
2134 266 94(1)(a)
2135 267 94(1)(a)
2136 268 94(1)(a)
2137 269 94(1)(a)
2138 270 94(1)(a)
2139   Exempt: LPP
2140   Exempt: LPP
2141   Exempt: LPP
2142   Exempt: LPP
2143   Exempt: LPP
2144   Exempt: LPP
2145 83, 256 94(1)(a)
2146   Full CTPI (Category 3)
2147   Full CTPI (Category 3)
2148   Full CTPI (Category 3)
2149 257 94(1)(a)
2150 258 94(1)(a)
2151 259 94(1)(a)
2152 91, 260 94(1)(a)
2153 92, 261 94(1)(a)
2154 93, 262 94(1)(a)
2155 94, 263 94(1)(a)
2156 95, 264 94(1)(a)
2157   Part 94(1)(a) (names)
2158   Segments 1, 5, 6-7: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
2159   Segments 2-3: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name) 
2160   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2161   Exempt: LPP
2162   Exempt: LPP
2163   Exempt: LPP
2164   Exempt: LPP
2165   Exempt: LPP
2166   Exempt: LPP
2167   Exempt: LPP
2168   Exempt: LPP
2169   Full CTPI (Category 3)
2170   Full CTPI (Category 3)
2171   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
2172   Segments 1, 5, 6-7: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
2173   Segments 2-3: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name) 
2174   Segment 1: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
2175   Released - not in issue
2176   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
2177   Segment 1: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
2178   Segments 1-2: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
2179   Released - not in issue
2180   Part exempt: LPP
2181   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2182   Released - not in issue
2183   Part exempt: LPP
2184   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2185   Released - not in issue
2186   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2187   Released - not in issue
2188   Released - not in issue
2189   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2190   Released - not in issue
2191   Released - not in issue
2192   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2193   Released - not in issue
2194 303 94(1)(a)
2195 304 94(1)(a)
2196 305 94(1)(a)
2197 306 94(1)(a)
2198 307 94(1)(a)
2199 308 94(1)(a)
2200   Released - not in issue
2201   Released - not in issue
2202   Released - not in issue
2203   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
2204   Part CTPI (Category 2(a))
2205   Exempt: LPP
2206   Exempt: LPP
2207   Exempt: LPP
2208   Exempt: LPP
2209   Exempt: LPP
2210   Segments 1-4: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
2211   Segments 2-3: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name) 
2212   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2213   Part 94(1)(a)
2214   Segment 1: 94(1)(a) (name)
Segment 2: CTPI (Category 2(a)) 
2215 319 94(1)(a)
2216 320 94(1)(a)
2217 321 94(1)(a)
2218 n/a 94(1)(a)
2219   Exempt: LPP
2220   Exempt: LPP
2221   Exempt: LPP
2222   Exempt: LPP
2223 322 94(1)(a)
2224 323 94(1)(a)
2225 324 94(1)(a)
2226 325 94(1)(a)
2227 326 94(1)(a)
2228 327 94(1)(a)
2229   Exempt: LPP
2230   Exempt: LPP
2231 340 94(1)(a)
2232 341 94(1)(a)
2233 342 94(1)(a)
2234 343 94(1)(a)
2235 344 94(1)(a)
2236 345 94(1)(a)
2237 346 94(1)(a)
2238 347 94(1)(a)
2239 348 94(1)(a)
2240 349 94(1)(a)
2241 N/A 94(1)(a)
2242 499/500; 446/7 94(1)(a)
2243 499/500; 446/7 94(1)(a)
2244 350 94(1)(a)
2245 351 94(1)(a)
2246 352 94(1)(a)
2247 353 94(1)(a)
2248 354 94(1)(a)
2249 355 94(1)(a)
2250 356 94(1)(a)
2251 357 94(1)(a)
2252 358 94(1)(a)
2253 359 94(1)(a)
2254   Released - not in issue
2255   Part exempt: LPP
2256   Exempt: LPP
2257   Exempt: LPP
2258 360 94(1)(a)
2259 361 94(1)(a)
2260 362 94(1)(a)
2261 363 94(1)(a)
2262   Part exempt: LPP
2263   Exempt: LPP
2264   Exempt: LPP
2265   Released - not in issue
2266   Released - not in issue
2267   Released - not in issue
2268   Released - not in issue
2269   Released - not in issue
2270   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2271   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2272   Exempt: LPP
2273   Exempt: LPP
2274   Exempt: LPP
2275   Segment 1: 94(1)(a) (name)
Segment 2: CTPI (Category 2(a)) 
2276   Segments 1-2, 5,8: 94(1)(a) (names)
Balance CTPI: Category 3 
2277   Segments 1-2: 94(1)(a) (name)
Balance: CTPI (Category 3) 
2278   Released - not in issue
2279   Released - not in issue
2280   Part exempt: LPP
2281   Exempt: LPP
2282   Exempt: LPP
2283   Segment 1: 94(1)(a) (name)
Segment 2: CTPI (Category 3) 
2284   Exempt: LPP
2285 549, 559 94(1)(a)
2286 550, 560 94(1)(a)
2287   Exempt: LPP
2288   Exempt: LPP
2289 551, 561, 580 94(1)(a)
2290 552, 562, 581 94(1)(a)
2291 553, 563, 582 94(1)(a)
2292 554, 564, 583 94(1)(a)
2293 555, 565, 584 94(1)(a)
2294 556, 566, 585 94(1)(a)
2295 557, 567, 586 94(1)(a)
2296 558, 568, 587 94(1)(a)
2297   Released - not in issue
2298   Part exempt: LPP
2299   Released - not in issue
2300   Released - not in issue
2301   Released - not in issue
2302   Released - not in issue
2303   Released - not in issue
2304   Released - not in issue
2305   Released - not in issue
2306   Released - not in issue
2307   Released - not in issue
2308   Released - not in issue
2309   Released - not in issue
2310   Released - not in issue
2311   Released - not in issue
2312   Released - not in issue
2313   Released - not in issue
2314 687-688 94(1)(a)
2315 688-689 94(1)(a)
2316 690 94(1)(a)
2317 695 94(1)(a)
2318 696 94(1)(a)
2319 697 94(1)(a)
2320 698 94(1)(a)
2321 699 94(1)(a)
2322 700 94(1)(a)
2323 701 94(1)(a)
2324 702 94(1)(a)
2325 703 94(1)(a)
2326 704 94(1)(a)
2327 705 94(1)(a)
2328 706 94(1)(a)
2329 707 94(1)(a)
2330 691 94(1)(a)
2331 692 94(1)(a)
2332 693 94(1)(a)
2333 694 94(1)(a)
2334   Segments 7-8: CTPI (Category 3)
Balance: 94(1)(a) (name) 
2335   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2336   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2337   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2338   Released - not in issue
2339   Full CTPI (Category 3)
2340   Released - not in issue
2341   Segments 1-2: CTPI (Category 3)
Segment 3: LPP 
2342   Part exempt: LPP
2343   Released - not in issue
2344   Released - not in issue
2345   Released - not in issue
2346   Released - not in issue
2347   Part CTPI (Category 2(a))
2348   Released - not in issue
2349 389 94(1)(a)
2350   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
2351   Released - not in issue
2352 110, 488 94(1)(a)
2353   Released - not in issue
2354   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2355   Released - not in issue
2356   Released - not in issue
2357   Released - not in issue
2358   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2359 108, 486 94(1)(a)
2360 109, 487 94(1)(a)
2361   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
2362   Released - not in issue
2363   Released - not in issue
2364   Released - not in issue
2365   Released - not in issue
2366   Released - not in issue
2367   Released - not in issue
2368   Released - not in issue
2369   Released - not in issue
2370   Released - not in issue
2371   Part CTPI (Category 2(c))
2372   Part 94(1)(a) (name)
2373   Segment 1: 94(1)(a)
Balance: CTPI (Category 2(b)) 
2374   Segment 1: 94(1)(a)
Balance: CTPI (Category 2(b)) 
2375   Segment 1: 94(1)(a)
Balance: CTPI (Category 2(b)) 
2376   Released - not in issue
2377   Segment 1: 94(1)(a)
Balance: CTPI (Category 2(b)) 
2378   Segment 1: 94(1)(a)
Balance: CTPI (Category 2(b)) 
2379   Segment 1: 94(1)(a)
Balance: CTPI (Category 2(b)) 
2380   Segment 1: 94(1)(a)
Balance: CTPI (Category 2(b)) 
2381   Released - not in issue
2382   Released - not in issue
2383   Released - not in issue
2384   Released - not in issue
2385   Released - not in issue
2386   Released - not in issue
2387   Part CTPI (Category 2(d))
2388   Part CTPI (Category 2(d))
2389   Released - not in issue
2390   Released - not in issue
2391   Released - not in issue
2392   Part CTPI (Category 3)
2393   Released - not in issue
2394   Released - not in issue
2395   Part CTPI (Category 2(a))
2396   Part CTPI (Category 2(b))
2397   Part CTPI (Category 2(b))
2398   Released - not in issue
2399   Released - not in issue
2400   Released - not in issue
2401   Released - not in issue
2402   Released - not in issue
2403   Part CTPI (Category 2(a))
2404   Released - not in issue
2405   Released - not in issue
2406   Released - not in issue
2407   Part CTPI (Category 2(a))
2408   Released - not in issue
2409   Released - not in issue
2410   Released - not in issue
2411   Released - not in issue
2412   Released - not in issue
2413   Released - not in issue
2414   Released - not in issue
2415   Segment 1: CTPI (Category 2(d))
Segment 2: CTPI (Category 2(c)) 
2416   Released - not in issue
2417   Released - not in issue
2418   Released - not in issue
2419   Released - not in issue
2420   Segment 1: CTPI (Category 2(c))
Segment 2: CTPI (Category 2(d)) 
2421   Part CTPI (Category 2(c))
2422   Released - not in issue
2423   Released - not in issue
2424   Released - not in issue
2425   Released - not in issue
2426   Released - not in issue
2427   Part CTPI (Category 2(d))
2428 389 94(1)(a)
2429   Released - not in issue
2430   Released - not in issue
2431   Released - not in issue
2432   Released - not in issue
2433   Released - not in issue
2434 229; 1233; 1280 94(1)(a)
2435 230; 1234; 1281 94(1)(a)
2436 231; 1235; 1282 94(1)(a)
2437 232; 1236; 1283 94(1)(a)
2438 233; 1284 94(1)(a)
2439 234; 1285 94(1)(a)
2440 235; 1237; 1286 94(1)(a)
2441 1238; 1287 94(1)(a)
2442 1239; 1288 94(1)(a)
2443 1240; 1289 94(1)(a)
2444   Released - not in issue

1 Application dated 2 December 2010.
2 External review application dated 4 April 2011, received 5 April 2011.
3 By decision dated 9 February 2012. 
4 Underwood and Department of Housing and Public Works; Minister for Housing and Public Works and Information Commissioner (APL075-12), per Justice Cullinane.  Three other matters were also remitted by way of this order, all of which have since been finalised by OIC: see Underwood and Minister for Housing and Public Works [2015] QICmr 27 (29 September 2015) (Underwood and Minister), Underwood and Department of Housing and Public Works (No. 1) [2016] QICmr 11 (17 March 2016) (Underwood (No. 1)), and Underwood and Department of Housing and Public Works (No. 2) [2016] QICmr 36 (15 September 2016) (Underwood (No. 2)).
5 Notice of which was given to the applicant by letter from Communities dated 4 April 2011.
6 (1984) 57 ALR 550.
7 At 562.
8 Submissions dated 5 April 2017.
9 A position consistent with that adopted by OIC and explained to the applicant in related reviews: see, for example, Underwood and Minister at [18]-[19], and Underwood (No. 1) at [15]-[16].
10 Section 95(1)(a) of the RTI Act.  I advised the applicant of OIC’s discretion in this regard by letter dated 8 September 2016, in reply to a letter from her dated 6 September 2016 concerning procedural matters.
11 (Unreported, Queensland Information Commissioner, 18 May 2012).  The applicant’s appeal of this decision to QCAT – APL184-12 – was dismissed on 23 October 2014.
12 Also identified in Appendix 2.
13 See paragraphs [63]-[68] and [69]-[73].
14 Price and Local Government Association of Queensland Inc (S 111/01) (Unreported, Queensland Information Commissioner, 29 June 2001) (Price and LGAQ).  This decision concerned section 77(1)(a) of the repealed Freedom of Information Act 1992 (Qld) (FOI Act).  I am satisfied that section 77(1)(a) of the FOI Act was the material equivalent of section 94(1)(a) of the RTI Act, differing only in superficial respects.  The comments of the Deputy Information Commissioner in Price and LGAQ are therefore applicable in this case.
15 Price and LGAQ, at [15].  The Deputy Information Commissioner went on to note that ‘[i]t is equally vexatious and oppressive to agencies to make repeated applications for the same documents…’: [16].  The notion that frivolous or vexatious conduct may incorporate ‘oppressive’ conduct as alluded to by the Information Commissioner in this passage has been recognised by the Court of Appeal: Mudie v Gainriver Pty Ltd (No 2) [2003] 2 Qd R 271, [36]-[37] (Mudie v Gainriver).
16 Or not to further deal.
17 Such as name of recipient, date of printing for the purposes of generating hard copies to collate in response to the applicant’s applications, and/or in the text of automatically-generated disclaimer ‘boilerplate’.  The latter occasionally causes a line break and thus generates an additional page not mirrored in its 310671 equivalent.  These extra pages contain nothing more than mere ‘spillover’ of such ‘boilerplate’ text.
18 Adopting the ordinary meaning of the word, which includes ‘of little or no worth, weight or importance’: Mudie v Gainriver, at [35].
19 As asserted by the applicant in submissions made by her in Underwood (No. 2) – see footnote 20 of that decision.
20As in Underwood (No. 1), I have not conducted an exhaustive re-examination of the issues determined in review no. 310671, which, by necessitating a re-hearing of said issues would defeat the purpose of my invoking section 94(1)(a) of the RTI Act, and occasion the very prejudice to OIC and others my decision in this regard is intended to avoid.  As in that case, however, I am satisfied that where information was refused in review no. 310671, it was refused on grounds that would apply regardless of which agency – Communities or HPW – held the documents.
21 Identified in the schedule at Appendix 2, together with earlier file and page references.
22 Noted in Appendix 2.
23 Section 23 of the RTI Act.
24 Section 47(3)(a) of the RTI Act.
25 Section 48 and schedule 3, section 7 of the RTI Act.
26 Esso Australia Resources Ltd v Commission of Taxation (1999) 201 CLR 49; Daniels Corporation International Pty Ltd v Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (2002) 213 CLR 543 at 552.
27 Australian Federal Police v Propend Finance Pty Ltd (1997) 188 CLR 501.
28 Brambles Holdings v Trade Practices Commission (No. 3) (1981) 58 FLR 452 at pages 458-459; Komacha v Orange City Council (Unreported, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Rath J, 30 August 1979).  Qualifications and exceptions to LPP – such as waiver and improper purpose – may in some cases raise a question as to whether information attracts or remains subject to LPP.  There is nothing in any of the material before me to suggest any such qualification or exception applies in this case.
29 As explained at paragraph 26 of Underwood (No. 1), extracted above at paragraph 31.
30 Noting that proceedings in administrative tribunals such as QCAT have been held to attract the privilege: SZHWY v Minister for Immigration and Citizenship (2007) 159 FCR 1; Re Farnaby and Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission (2007) 97 ALD 788; VCA and Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (2008) 105 ALD 236 (all three decisions concerning proceedings in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal); Cianfrano v Director General, Attorney General's Department [2008] NSWADTAP 10 at [16] (concerning proceedings in the former Administrative Decisions Tribunal of NSW).  
31 Sections 47(3)(b) and 49 of the RTI Act.  The term public interest refers to considerations affecting the good order and functioning of the community and government affairs for the well-being of citizens. This means that, in general, a public interest consideration is one which is common to all members of, or a substantial segment of, the community, as distinct from matters that concern purely private or personal interests.
32 Section 49(3) of the RTI Act.
33 Insofar as any of that material is relevant, noting my comments at paragraph 21.
34 Schedule 4, part 4, section 6 of the RTI Act.  
35 Section 10 and schedule 6 of the RTI Act, and section 12 of the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) (IP Act).
36 Schedule 4, part 3, item 3 of the RTI Act.
37 See Marshall and Department of Police (Unreported, Queensland Information Commissioner, 25 February 2011) at [27] paraphrasing the Australian Law Reform Commission’s definition of the concept in ‘For your information: Australian Privacy Law and Practice’ Australian Law Reform Commission Report No. 108 released 11 August 2008, at paragraph 1.56.
38 Implicit in, for example, the objects of the RTI Act, and the pro-disclosure bias enshrined in section 44 of the RTI Act.  I have discussed the application and weighting of this consideration again below in the context of certain other categories of information;   however, to avoid any ambiguity, I am content to record that I accept it applies to favour disclosure of all CTPI Information.  Given the nature of this information, and the circumstances in which it came into the possession of government, I am satisfied the consideration warrants, at its highest, only moderate weight (and in most cases much lower weight, as I have specified in various instances below).
39 Schedule 4, part 2, item 1 of the RTI Act.
40 Schedule 4, part 2, item 2 of the RTI Act.
41 Schedule 4, part 2, item 19 of the RTI Act.
42 And thus the factor favouring disclosure prescribed in schedule 4, part 2, item 6 of the RTI Act does not arise for consideration in this case, in relation to any of the CTPI Information.    
43 And there is therefore no basis to conclude that their disclosure could reasonably be expected to give rise to the factor favouring disclosure in schedule 4, part 2, item 12 of the RTI Act.
44 As alleged at paragraph 1 of the annexure to the applicant’s external review application dated 4 April 2011, and repeated across her submissions in related reviews: see, for example, Underwood and Minister at [64].
45 The OIC decision noted at [66] of my decision in Underwood and Minister is Kiepe and the University of Queensland (Unreported, Queensland Information Commissioner, 1 August 2012), specifically [18]-[21].  The nested passage quoting the Assistant Information Commissioner appears at paragraph [20] of Kiepe.
46 Schedule 4, part 3, item 3 of the RTI Act.
47 Review no. 100103, resulting in the decision in Underwood (No. 2).
48 Under section 47(3)(b) of the RTI Act.
49 Including mobile telephone numbers.
50 Eg, mobile telephone numbers and signatures.
51 And again noting that refusing the applicant access to this information does not deny her any opportunity to have it amended, for the reasons explained at paragraph 53.
52 Schedule 4, part 2, item 1 of the RTI Act.
53 Schedule 4, part 2, item 2 of the RTI Act.
54 Schedule 4, part 2, item 15 of the RTI Act.
55 As it is information about individuals whose identity is apparent or could reasonably be ascertained from the information (eg, mobile telephone numbers, through calling same).
56 Schedule 4, part 4, section 6 of the RTI Act.
57 Schedule 4, part 3, item 3 of the RTI Act.
58 That is, the specific information itself, the applicant’s submissions, and the list of factors favouring disclosure in the public interest set out in schedule 4, part 2 of the RTI Act.
59 It being difficult to see how disclosure of the names of individuals employed outside the public sector could, for example, enhance government accountability or official transparency, and otherwise once again noting that there is no objective material before me to suggest relevant information is fabricated and/or in any way incorrect, out of date, misleading etc so as to support the application of schedule 4, part 2, item 12 of the RTI Act in favour of release.
60 Underwood, at [67].
61 Schedule 4, part 4, section 6 of the RTI Act.
62 Schedule 4, part 3, item 3 of the RTI Act.
63 Noting that I am satisfied that related personal particulars – eg signatures and mobile telephone numbers – comprise personal information for the purposes of the RTI Act, as information about individuals whose identity is apparent or could reasonably be ascertained from the information.
64 Schedule 4, part 2, items 1, 3 and 4 of the RTI Act.
65 That is, material and considerations as identified in paragraphs 49 and 63.
66 There is nothing before me to support any assertion that this information is ‘fabricated’, and nothing to suggest it is anything other than correct, relevant etc (precluding application of schedule 4, part 2, item 12 of the RTI Act).  Further, by its very nature, it would not appear to be information disclosure of which might advance public interest considerations favouring disclosure beyond those I have identified above.  Additionally, it is plainly not personal information of the applicant that might be the subject of an application by her for its amendment.
67 Schedule 4, part 3, items 2 and 15 of the RTI Act.
68 Schedule 4, part 4, section 7(1)(c) of the RTI Act.  The relevant information clearly concerns the business, professional, commercial or financial affairs of relevant entities, as required by schedule 4, part 4, section 7(1)(c)(i) of the RTI Act.  A small segment appearing at the bottom of one of the body corporate pages (page 2388) also describes a familial relationship, thus comprising another individual’s personal information and information disclosure of which would prejudice the protection of an individual’s right to privacy.  I can identify no public interest considerations of weight sufficient to displace the privacy interests attaching to this information, and thus access to it may in my view be refused under section 47(3)(b) of the RTI Act.
69 Or information which discloses a relationship or proximity to the applicant which could reasonably be expected to identify other individuals.
70 Schedule 4, part 4, section 6 of the RTI Act.
71 Schedule 4, part 3, item 3 of the RTI Act.  OIC has previously found that a person’s dealings with an agency concerns a central aspect of their ‘personal sphere’: 0P5BNI and Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing (Unreported, Queensland Information Commissioner, 12 September 2013) at [45].  
72 As contained in the annexure to her external review application dated 4 April 2011.
73 See, for example, note 43.  To repeat, the factor is set out in schedule 4, part 2, item 12 of the RTI Act.
74 See, for example, Underwood (No. 2), at [80].
75 Matthews and Gold Coast City Council (Unreported, Queensland Information Commissioner, 23 June 2011) at [17]-[18].
76 I am further of the view that the applicant is not being denied any right to amend any information.  Some of this information is plainly not her personal information (and thus not amenable to amendment – see above), while there is nothing to suggest any of it is inaccurate, incomplete, out of date or misleading, which is a ground for refusing a request for amendment: section 72(1)(a)(i) of the IP Act.  I should also make clear that I can, having reviewed relevant material, identify no other factors favouring disclosure in the public interest beyond those discussed above, for reasons analogous to those set out above at paragraphs [49]-[52] and [63]-[64].
77 In the context of the equivalent of the Category 3 information in this review.
78 Set out at [73].
79 At [76].
80 Schedule 4, part 2, item 11 of the RTI Act.
81 Drafts of which were also released during the course of this external review – see, for example, pages 9-13.
82 Remembering that this is a factor favouring disclosure: schedule 4, part 2, item 7 of the RTI Act.
83 Schedule 4, part 4, section 6 of the RTI Act.
84 Schedule 4, part 3, item 3 of the RTI Act.
85 A factor favouring nondisclosure: schedule 4, part 3, item 19 of the RTI Act.
86 Noting that as regards ‘sufficiency of search’ or missing documents claims, an applicant asserting same bears responsibility for establishing that reasonable grounds exist to suspect the existence of missing documents: Gapsa and Public Service Commission [2016] QICmr 6 (11 February 2016) at [15].

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