The obligation to publish information of public interest on the website of the National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary is based on the provisions of Act. no. CXII of 2011 on informational self-determination and freedom of information, of Order no. 18/2005. (XII.27.) on forms necessary for the publication of data from publication lists issued by the Hungarian Ministry of Information and News, as well as of Government Order no. 305/2005. (XII. 25.) on the data content of the central register and detailed rules regarding data integration.
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Information on the rules of individual access to public interest information
Anyone may submit oral, written or electronic requests for access to public information.
How to make a requests for access to public information may be submitted
In writing to the address 1373 Budapest, Pf.: 561.
The order of solving requests for access to public information
If at the time of submitting a request or during any other latter phase of the procedure it may be established that the information requested or any part of it are not administered by the National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary, the request is immediately transferred to the competent authority and at the same time the claimant is informed of this transfer. If the competent authority may not be determined, the National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary shall inform the claimant of this fact.
The National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary shall solve a request within the shortest possible time, but no later than 15 days of reception by the NTCA or in case of oral request within 15 days of their putting into writing, respectively. If a request is of considerable extent or it refers to a high number of data, respectively, this deadline may be extended by 15 days once and claimants shall be informed of this within 8 days of receiving the request. The National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary shall inform claimants in a letter or – in case of requests submitted electronically or in which an electronic address is indicated – electronically of the denial to fulfil a request and the reasons of this denial within 8 days.
Claimants may receive copies of the documents containing requested data or parts of these documents. A fee may be established for making copies – up to the limit of costs incurred in relation to this service – and the National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary shall inform claimants of the amount of this fee prior to fulfilling their requests. If a document is of considerable extent, the National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary shall fulfil the request for copies within 15 days of paying the fee. The National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary shall inform claimants of the provisions of this paragraph within 8 days of receiving a request.
Legal action may be taken if the deadline (or extended deadline) for refusing or fulfilling a request for access to public interest information expires to no effect, or in order to review the amount of the fee determined for making copies – if the fee for copies has not been paid – at the Metropolitan Court of Budapest Court (1363 Budapest, Pf. 16 - 1055 Budapest, Markó utca 27.).
In case of violation of law regarding the exercise of the right to access to public interest information, claimants may also turn to the National Data Protection and Freedom of Information Authority (1024 Budapest, Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/C.).
Legal actions shall be initiated within 30 days from communicating the refusal of a request, from expiry to no effect of the deadline or from expiry of the deadline to pay the fee for making copies. If claimants submit notifications to the National Data Protection and Freedom of Information Authority for refusal or non-fulfilment of a request or for the amount of the fee determined for making copies, legal action may be taken within 30 days from receiving the notification regarding the refusal to examine the merits of the claimant’s notification, the termination or closing of examination, as well as the results of the notice submitted to the data administrator in order to remedy the breach of law or to cease the immediate danger of a breach of law.