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What did the ICO say, just to get advice?
Ok - then you can apply to Court under the Data Protection Act 1998.
You would need to complete form N208:
The court will list the matter down and decide whether to make an order.
If the Court does and they refuse, this could be contempt of Court which they may be warned, fined or sent to prison.
There is a Court fee of about £308 to pay to hear this, unless you are entitled to fee remission.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
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Yes, if you can ask for costs.
The form is straightforward. You just say you want personal information held under the DPA.
You say what requests have been made and why they are refused.
You take to Court the people you have asked - the data holders.
Does that clarify?
You can search in google for a template.
But dont worry - as long as the Court knows what you are asking for and why, it will be ok
Does that assist?
Yes, I would agree. You are being more than reasonable
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