DVLA selling private data

Pat James (Account suspended) made this Freedom of Information request to Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency

This request has been closed to new correspondence from the public body. Contact us if you think it ought be re-opened.

Waiting for an internal review by Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency of their handling of this request.

Pat James (Account suspended)

Dear Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I require that you provide or direct me to the document(s) in law which give the DVLA authority to sell private data obtained by compliance with legislation to any third party.

Yours faithfully,

Pat James

Angus Gill left an annotation ()

See Regulation 27 (1)(e) of the Road Vehicles (Registration and Licensing)Regulations 2002.

What constitutes reasonable cause is published online at http://www.gov.uk/request-information-fr...

Saves you waiting 20 days.

Pat James (Account suspended) left an annotation ()

My request concens law not legislation.

Pat James (Account suspended)

Dear Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, I am requesting a review of your failure to respond.

Yours faithfully,

Pat James

Common Law Jurisdiction left an annotation ()

You have them stumped. They can't respond without admitting there is no such law.

They are either ignoring you or trying to come up with a trumped up reason to reject the request.

Common Law Jurisdiction left an annotation ()

Nicking an approach from Chrissy Morris. If the establishment ever want you to provide them with something and it is something you don't mind providing offer it at a charge of £10 and highlight the DVLA do this as an example of how people like Police pay for data.

Or even better tell them they can whistle for it

Pat James (Account suspended)

Dear Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, A review response is well overdue in this matter.

Yours faithfully,

Pat James