Smith v Lloyds TSB Bank Plc: ChD 23 Feb 2005

The respondent declined to produce information held about the claimant saying that it was not held within a filing system so as to bring it within the Act.
Held: ‘the legislature has taken a policy decision not to bring unstructured files within the general scope of the Directive. ‘


Laddie, The Hon Mr Justice Laddie


[2005] EWHC 246 (Ch)




Data Protection Act 1998


England and Wales


CitedJohnson v Medical Defence Union Ltd ChD 9-Nov-2004
The claimant doctor had sought assistance from the defendant, and having been refused it had sought disclosure of its records about him. He had been refused access under the 1998 Act, and now sought access under the Civil Procedure Rules.
CitedDurant v Financial Services Authority CA 8-Dec-2003
The appellant had been unsuccessful in litigation against his former bank. The Financial Services Authority had subsequently investigated his complaint against the bank. Using section 7 of the Data Protection Act 1998, he requested disclosure of his . .
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Information, Banking

Updated: 01 October 2022; Ref: scu.223168