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vinodray parmar (professor)     07 October 2016

Multiple rti applications

(1) Can I use an address other than my residential address to get the information under RTI?

The reason is: I am temporary located on outskirts of the city where delivery of posts is irregular and unreliable. 
My friend stays in city area. I want to use his address for RTI purpose.
Is there any legal/technical problem if I use his address for RTI Applications purpose?
(2)Can I send multiple RTI Applications to one organization in single envelope  (by Post with Registered A.D.) mentioning total number of applications in covering letter. Each Application will have separate Reference Number for identification.

 6 Replies

Rahul Kapoor (Legal Enthusiast)     07 October 2016

Dear Vinod,

Yes you can use another address. You just have to make sure that you receive the reply.

Why you want to file multiple applications to one single department ?

If there is only one PIO in the organization, then better to ask info in one application, subject to the word limit of 500 words.


vinodray parmar (professor)     07 October 2016

Many Many Thanks for your ptompt reply.

The reason for multiple applications is words as well as multiple topics.

Anywy its agood suggestion. I will try to combine similar topics within word limits

Thanks with regards....

Kumar Doab (FIN)     07 October 2016

You have been advised.

vinodray parmar (professor)     07 October 2016

Yes, Doab Sir.........

Thanks with regards.......yes to Lawyers Club...

Kumar Doab (FIN)     07 October 2016

You are welcome.

Sudhir Kumar, Advocate (Advocate)     05 November 2016

(1) Yes


(2) Yes

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