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Freedom of information: responding to requests
Know what to do if you receive a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act, including when you charge for a response and when you can refuse the request. Use our template letters to help you respond to requests.
- What a valid request looks like
- Steps to take before responding
- Providing a response
- Deadlines for responding
- Charging for information
- Refusing a request
- Dealing with complaints
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