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  1. From STUFF Official information denied as government agencies illegally refuse OIA request transfers, document shows https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/114510152/official-information-denied-as-government-agencies-illegally-refuse-oia-request-transfers-document-shows I am aware of many people/ACC claimants/ACC advocates etc who have been denied information under the OIA by ACC. Would like to hear from anyone that has lodged an OIA request with the ACC and or Fairway who have received an extension of time request from the ACC and or Fairway by return mail/email? It is not uncommon for ACC to ask for money as like in the above quite. I have in the past been fobbed off by the ACC with the following when requesting information from the ACC under the OIA Request Denied - Commercially Sensitive In the early 2000's I requested from the ACC all internal memo's sent between the ACC and AON in relation to the case management of one of my injury files/claims between 2000 and 2003/4 It was a long time ago but I seem to remember an inhouse ACC lawyer by the name of Sandra Mechin responding that the information requested under the OIA was commercially sensitive blah blah blah! Anything to do with the management of my injury file should be out in the open. Because ACC refused to provide those memo's it proves that the then AON case manager Leanne McDonnell was merely a puppet for the ACC! ACC had to follow the rules AON being a 3rd Party case management service provider to the ACC had no rules. I may request that info again.
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