Freedom of Information
Q: What is FOI?
The FOI Act provides that from 21 April, 1998, every person has the following legal rights:
These rights mean that from 21 April, 1998, people can seek access to personal information held on them - no matter when the information was created - and to other records created after 21 April, 1998.
Q: What records can be requested?
Under the Act, the following records are accessible:
Q: How do I make an FOI Request to Inland Fisheries Ireland?
You can download the form here: Request for Access to Records under the Freedom Information Acts 1997 & 2003(83.27 kB)
Or you can request an FOI application form from:
All requests, except for requests for personal information, need to be accompanied by the relevant fee of €15. This can be sent by postal order, cheque or money order.