From 1 July 2010, the
Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (the GIPA Act) requires the Department's Business Centres to publish 'open access information' on their websites unless there is an overriding public interest against disclosing this information. Open access information includes policies and documents created by the Business Centre that are tabled in Parliament.
Listed below are the Registry's Policies and Tabled Documents.
The Registry currently has no documents tabled in Parliament.
The Registry is committed to understanding the needs and expectations of its customers and provides various opportunities for customers to provide feedback and contribute to the development of its services.
The Registry conducts an annual Customer Satisfaction Survey. The survey is conducted by an independent research company and seeks feedback from customers about their experiences with the Registry. Customers that contact us during the designated survey period are asked to voluntarily take part.
We value your feedback all year round. Let us know what you are thinking at:
Feedback & complaints.
For information on how to apply for departmental release of information under the GIPA Act, 2009 please refer to the: NSW Department of Justice website.
Apply to the GIPAA Officer:
For more about your right to information and new ways to access NSW government information visit: