Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Increased use of the power to extend deadlines under Canadian law

See research note from Al Roberts at University of Syracuse

"The data shows a four-fold increase in the use of discretion on extension of
deadlines over four years, largely a response to the Information
Commissioner's clamp-down on problems of "mute refusal.""

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