106/1999 Sb. Act on Free Access to Information

The request for information must contain the designation of the entity to which it is addressed and a statement that it is submitted on the basis of the Act on Free Access to Information. Natural persons are identified in the application by their name, surname, date of birth and address of permanent residence (residence), or delivery address, if this is different from the address of permanent residence (residence). The legal entity must state the name, identification number, registered office address and delivery address, if different from the registered office address. If the request does not meet the requirements set out in this paragraph, it will not be considered an application under the Freedom of Information Act.

Procedure for processing the application:

a) if the request for information meets all the necessary requirements, it shall provide the entity no later than 15 days from the receipt of the request or from the date of its completion.

(b) if the lack of information on the applicant prevents the application from being processed, he shall invite the applicant within a time limit to 7 days from the date of submission of the application to supplement the application; if the applicant does not comply with this request to 30 days from the date of its delivery, the request postpones,

(c) if the application is incomprehensible, it is not clear what information is required or it is worded too generally, it shall invite the applicant within a time limit; to 7 days from the submission of the application to specify the application, if the applicant does not specify the application to 30 days, definitely to reject the application,

(d) where the information requested does not relate to its scope, a request postpones and shall communicate this reasoned fact to 7 days applicants,

The deadline for providing information can be extended for serious reasons, but by a maximum of ten days.

In connection with the provision of information, the University Hospital in Motol (hereinafter also the obligated subject) is entitled to request a fee, which is connected with the acquisition of copies, the provision of technical data carriers and the sending of information to the applicant. She is also entitled to demand payment for an extremely extensive search for information. In this case, this information is communicated to the applicant in writing together with the amount of the payment, before providing the required information. If the applicant to 60 days from the date of notification of the above required payment, the application shall not be paid postpones. The deadline for payment does not run during the settlement of the complaint against the amount of the required payment.

An appeal may be lodged against the decision of the obliged entity to reject the application. An appeal may be lodged within 15 days of the date of notification of the decision, through the obliged entity where the request for information was made.

The appeal must show who is doing it, which matters and what is being proposed. The appeal must state the person against whom the decision is directed, the extent to which it is challenged and the conflict with the law or the incorrectness of the decision or procedure which preceded it. If the appeal does not state to what extent the appellant challenges the decision, it shall seek the annulment of the decision in its entirety. The obliged entity shall submit the appeal together with the file material to the superior body within 15 days from the date of delivery of the appeal.

A complaint against the procedure for handling a request for information may be lodged by the applicant,

- who does not agree with the processing of the request by reference to information already published,

- for which no information has been provided or a final license offer has been submitted after the deadline and no decision to reject the application has been issued,

- to whom the information was provided in part and no refusal decision was issued on the remainder of the application,

- who does not agree with the amount of the fee in connection with the provision of information.

The complaint is submitted to the liable entity, namely to 30 days from the date of receipt of the communication or expiry of the time limit for providing the information. The body superior to the liable entity shall decide on the complaint.

The current wording of the law see https://www.zakonyprolidi.cz/cs/1999-106.

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