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DSAR  Application

A DSAR is a [Data Subject Access Request].
It can be one of your best sources of information when fighting State allowed Banking Corruption

A DSAR will help you reveal much more than the bank will show on statements. A DSAR is like pulling open curtains and seeing what's in the garden, rather than just in the room. A DSAR may open your case to a whole new level.

    Accessing your inner and deeper data

  • Individuals have the right to access and receive a copy of their personal data, and other supplementary information.
     

  • This is commonly referred to as a data subject access request or ‘DSAR’ or simply a subject access request, a "SAR"
     

  • Individuals can make DSARs verbally or in writing, including via social media.  A third party can also make a DSAR on behalf of another person.
     

  • In most circumstances, the party you are writing to cannot charge a fee to deal with a request. A DSAR should be free.
     

  • Response to you should be without delay and within one month of receipt of the request.
     

  • Banks typically write to say they wish to extend the time limit by a further two months if the request is complex or if a number of requests are sent from the individual.
     

  • You should perform a reasonable search for the requested information.
     

  • DSARs should be provided where the information is in an accessible, concise and intelligible format and the information should be disclosed securely.
     

  • The ICO (Information Commissioners Office) states the bank or lawyers can only refuse to provide the information if an exemption or restriction applies, or if the request is manifestly unfounded or excessive.
     

  • More information available from the ICO  link here

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What exemptions are there?


The exemptions are set out in Schedules 2 and 3 of the DPA 2018 and they are as follows:
 

  • Crime and taxation: general

  • Crime and taxation: risk assessment

  • Legal professional privilege

  • Functions designed to protect the public

  • Regulatory functions relating to legal services, the health service and children’s services

  • Other regulatory functions

  • Judicial appointments, independence and proceedings

  • Journalism, academia, art and literature

  • Research and statistics

  • Archiving in the public interest

  • Health, education and social work data

  • Child abuse data

  • Management information

  • Negotiations with the requester

  • Confidential references

  • Exam scripts and exam marks

  • Other exemptions

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