Questions and Answers
If you know the property address then you can use RTI to get documents regarding your property.
In most cases you won't get this. Some public information officers are fine with this and they do give such information if they have, most officers will not give information older than 20 years.
You can use RTI to get documents given a particular property. However you cannot get property details of a person.
RTI can be used to obtain service records of government employees
Recorded Phone conversations cannot be obtained through RTI.
CCTC footages captured by government departments like Railways, Banks can be availed through RTI.
We can know this only after knowing your application number and the response. Please send both to email@example.com
It is a private company and not a government organisation, hence, not covered under RTI act.
RTI is application to only those organisation that are owned or funded by the government.
All gram panchayats are government department, hence, under RTI.
One can file RTI seeking information about scheme implemented, total funds allocated and utilized, any land ownership changes or any other details on implementation of government schemes.
It is a private organisation and not a government organisation, hence, not covered under RTI act.
However, if the temple is owned or funded by the government, it will come under RTI.
However, if the NGO is owned or funded by the government, it will come under RTI.
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