Dear British Broadcasting Corporation,
Other than actions accompanied by a valid court warrant, do the BBC or it's agents (both companies and individuals) have any statutory protection or immunity from being sued by landowners/occupiers under the civil tort of trespass as a result of entering onto land without permission when conducting so-called 'enquiry' or investigation visits to addresses in relation to television licences?
With my sincerest regards and thanks,
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Dear Mr Forza,
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Dear FOI Enquiries,
The response from BBC contains no information relevant to my query.
Dear Mr Forza,
If you are not satisfied with the response provided you are entitled to an internal review by a BBC senior manager or legal advisor. Therefore, please confirm whether you would like an internal review in regards to you response RFI20190264.
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Dear BBC FOI Enquiries,
I would very much like for you to answer the question rather than reply with a statement merely my repeating back my request, however, if you refuse to do so then i do request an official and formal review.
Please accept that this is not a frivolous or vexatious request.