Land Transport (Motor Vehicle Registration and Licensing) Regulations 2011

57 Questions

The questions are as follows:

(a)

what is your full name; and

(b)

what is your physical address; and

(c)

what is your postal address; and

(d)

what is your email or other electronic address; and

(e)

do you currently use information from the register; and

(f)

if you do, what do you use it for; and

(g)

what do you intend to use it for; and

(h)

what are your reasons for not doing any of the following:

(i)

collecting the information directly from the individual concerned:

(ii)

collecting the information from a source other than the register:

(iii)

seeking confirmation from the Registrar under section 236(1)(b) of the Land Transport Act 1998 that a specified person is registered in respect of a specified motor vehicle:

(iv)

asking for the information under the Official Information Act 1982; and

(i)

what physical and computer security systems do you have in place to ensure that—

(i)

information from the register is kept secure; and

(ii)

information from the register is used only for the purpose or purposes specified in the authorisation; and

(j)

how do you propose to tell the persons whose information has come from the register about the following:

(i)

the fact that the register was the source of the information; and

(ii)

what you use the information for; and

(iii)

the fact that the persons can notify the Registrar that they do not wish to have their names and addresses made available under an authorisation; and

(k)

have you ever been found to have breached any of the information privacy principles in the Privacy Act 1993; and

(l)

have you ever been found, in proceedings of any kind, to have breached any confidentiality obligation; and

(m)

do you have a credit rating and, if so, what is it; and

(n)

for how long, up to 5 years, do you want the authorisation to last; and

(o)

if you employ staff or engage agents,—

(i)

how many of them are likely to have access to the information from the register; and

(ii)

what are the roles of those who are likely to have access; and

(iii)

what training will you give those who are likely to have access on the proper handling of the information from the register; and

(iv)

what controls do you have in place to ensure that those who are likely to have access handle the information from the register properly; and

(v)

what disciplinary measures can you take against those who do not handle the information from the register properly; and

(p)

if you are in business,—

(i)

what is the nature of the business; and

(ii)

what locations does the business operate from; and

(iii)

how long has the business existed?