Under the FOI Law, an applicant who is dissatisfied with a response is entitled to an internal review in certain circumstances.
Under section 33 of the FOI Law, an applicant may request an Internal Review of an authority's decision on an FOI request in the following instances:
and that decision was made by a person other than the responsible minister, chief officer or principal officer of the public authority.
An application for an internal review must be made within 30 calendar days from the date of receipt of the authority's decision.
An application for an internal review should be submitted in writing by post or e-mail to the Information Manager at the contacts below. The application for internal review should include your name, address, telephone number and the reference number of your FOI request and set out the reasons for seeking an internal review of the decision.
Information Manager: Angelina Partridge
SIX Cricket Square,
171 Elgin Ave,
Tel: (345) 949 7089
Fax: (345) 949 1464
Where an applicant is either dissatisfied with the outcome of an internal review or where an internal review was not available, an applicant can seek an appeal from the Information Commissioner.
An application for an appeal should be submitted in writing by post or e-mail to the Information Commissioner at the contacts below. The application for an appeal should include your name, address, telephone number and the reference number of your FOI request and set out the reasons for seeking an appeal of the decision.
Information Commissioner of the Cayman Islands
Information Commissioner's Office
3rd Floor, Anderson Square
George Town, Grand Cayman
P.O. Box 1375, Grand Cayman KY1-1108
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