137. The application for review must be made in writing; it may state briefly the reasons for which the decision should be reviewed.
Notice of the application is given to the public body by the Commission.
Where the application for review deals with the refusal to release information provided by a third person, the Commission must so notify the third person concerned.
If the Commission does not succeed in notifying a third person by mail after taking reasonable steps to do so, the third person may be notified in another manner, such as by public notice in a newspaper in the place where the last known address of the third person is located. If there is more than one third person and more than one notice is required, all third persons are deemed to have been notified only once all the notices have been published.
1982, c. 30, s. 137; 2006, c. 22, s. 91.