Dear Attorney General's Office,
I would like a full disclosure, including a detailed explanation in regards to: Evidence of Life Declaration of Person entitled to Payment - Form 206 - Evidence of Life .
What Payment is a person entitled to?
Can it be used to obtain a creditor's Birth Certificate when submitted with a Ecclesiastical Deed Poll.
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Dear Mr Leslie,
Thank you for your email dated 26 January 2021.
We have considered your request and can confirm that it does not
constitute a valid request for recorded information under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (FOIA).
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