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During the course of inspection or before and after inspection, an applicant has every right to take notes and extracts from the documents or records. He can further ask for certified copies of any such documents or record (which includes manuscripts, file, microfilm, microfiche or facsimile copy of a document, any reproduction of image embodied in such microfilm, or any other material produced by a computer or any other device as per Section 2(i). Copies of unsigned documents shall be provided duly certified that these are unsigned documents.

Ref decision – (Surya Prakash v Land and Building Deptt. DDA, CIC/WB/ (A)/2006/270 DT. 29.5.2006)

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debaprasad92

During the course of inspection or before and after inspection, an applicant has every right to take notes and extracts from the documents or records. He can further ask for certified copies of any such documents or record (which includes manuscripts, file, microfilm, microfiche or facsimile copy of a document, any reproduction of image embodied in such microfilm, or any other material produced by a computer or any other device as per Section 2(i). Copies of unsigned documents shall be provided duly certified that these are unsigned documents.

Ref decision – (Surya Prakash v Land and Building Deptt. DDA, CIC/WB/ (A)/2006/270 DT. 29.5.2006).

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Hi debaprasad92 and welcome to RTI INDIA- Right to Information! This is an introductory reply and members of our forum shall reply to your specific query shortly.

 

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member, what do you want to know kindly clarify it?

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Prasad GLN

May be , member wants to enlighten other members / contribute /enrich in the portal with such CIC decision and not seeking clarification, as can be seen from his earlier posts.

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debaprasad92

Respected Members, i want to just share some information on rti act by quoting CIC decisions. If anything wrong please guide me.

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Prasad GLN

You are welcome, and we are always obliged to members like you, as you are enriching us with such decisions, and for those who are aware it acts like refreshing memory.

We appreciate your efforts and concern, continue but as Hon.Manoj has stated please provide link.

Infact, all these decisions including the most latest are available in the portal itself, but your one liners help members and to those members that are not technical experts in searches and to rest of them who are short of time for searching in the portal.

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debaprasad92

Thank you sir.

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koteswararaonerella

the senior members of this portal are reasonably wellversed with the RTI act and its provisions and also CIC decision coming every month and all these things are available in this portal also as a link, if you have any specific querry to be clarified then you need to post your querry.

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karira

When giving extracts like above, please also provide the relevant link for the full decision of the CIC/SIC.

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colnrkurup

While inspecting documents/files, often one come across very critical note or letter that can expose serious maladministration suspected of corruption which slipped attention of Babus or rather escaped destruction. In such situation don't high light it till you take photograph of it with connecting files to establish its existence. Ask for its certified copy only after yo uhave gathered adequate evidence establishing its existance.

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