Information sheets - Access and amendment


Accessing documents to pursue a legal remedy

Accessing information following a government recruitment process

Accessing information held by Government

Accessing my medical records

Applying for complaint documents

Applying for financial hardship as an individual

Applying for financial hardship - organisations

Applying for information about government tenders

Applying for medical records of a person who is deceased

Applying for workplace investigation documents

Applying to access information when incarcerated - A guide for prisoners

Applications by non-profit organisations for financial hardship status

Applications for legal and court-related documents

Can I amend my medical records?

Exempt information: Crime and Corruption Commission investigation - a guide for applicants

Explaining your review rights - a guide for applicants

How do I apply for government documents?

How to amend personal information under the IP Act - A guide for applicants

How to help someone make an access application

How to make an access application on behalf of a child

Information access requests to the Queensland Police Service

Justice Examination Order documents - a guide for applicants

Legal Professional Privilege - a guide for applicants

Neither confirm nor deny the existence of documents - a guide for applicants

Non-existent or unlocatable documents (applicants)

Overview of the application process: what to expect - a guide for applicants

Person recorded as birth father in agency documents - a guide for applicants

Previous application for same documents

Public Interest Disclosures - A guide for applicants

Substantial and unreasonable diversion of agency resources – a guide for applicants

The role of OIC’s External Review team - a guide for applicants

What does it mean if you are consulted as a third party

What is Exempt Information

What is the public interest

What to do if an agency decides access can only be given through a healthcare professional

Who is an eligible family member for a deceased person