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Using the link at the bottom of this page, you can exercise your right to access public information Law 19/2014, of December 29, on transparency, access to public information and good governance recognizes all persons, individually or in the name and on behalf of any legal person.
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The administrative procedure for accessing public information must comply with the requirements, conditions and deadlines provided for in Law 19/2014, including the following:
Once the application has been submitted, you will receive a communication indicating the day on which it was received, the body responsible for resolving it, the maximum date for resolving it and the person responsible for processing it.
In general, the institution must resolve requests for access to information within one month, although this period may be suspended or extended in the cases provided for by law. In the event that you do not receive a reply within this period, you may consider your application to be deemed to have been accepted, with the limitations provided for in article 35 of the aforementioned Law.
If the request is resolved favorably, expressly or by administrative silence, the competent body must provide the information to the person concerned, preferably in the format in which it has requested it, within thirty days. Access to public information is free, but the issuance of copies and conversion to formats other than the original may be subject to a financial consideration, which may not exceed the cost of the operation.
Express or presumed resolutions may be the subject of an optional appeal for reversal before the body that issued them. These resolutions and, where applicable, those that resolve the appeal for reversal may be the subject of a free and voluntary complaint before the Commission for the Guarantee of the Right of Access to Public Information, which acts with full independence from the institution and without submission to hierarchical instructions of any kind. Interested parties may also file an administrative appeal or use any other means of challenge or defense they deem appropriate.