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Except where specified to the contrary, the web resources are provided as an information guide only, to persons or organisations permitted preferred access to LAQ's website. It is not intended that LAQ's technical and helpdesk support will extend to support the use of the web resources.
Grants Online is supported by LAQ's helpdesk to the extent specified in accordance with the Elodgement User Manual.
The precedent templates provided in the Online Precedent Documents are in Microsoft Word format. The templates can be used in any version of Microsoft Word for Windows above and including Word 97.
The templates cannot be used in any version of Microsoft Works, Windows WordPad or any other third party application that can use/import/open Microsoft Word documents. Instructions on how to use the templates are provided in the Online Precedent Documents.
The information submitted in Grants Online will be used by LAQ to assess applicants eligibility for legal assistance. LAQ may also use this information to assist lawyers with legal representation and to update client details in LAQ records.
Pursuant to s 75 of the Legal Aid Queensland Act 1997, information provided to LAQ will remain confidential in most cases. However, LAQ may disclose information when it is required by law or in the public interest to do so. LAQ may also disclose information when it is necessary for the efficient listing of criminal cases, when it will assist LAQ to recover costs or a client contribution and to evaluate applicant or client satisfaction with our services.
LAQ also provides statistical information, after removing the names of applicants, to the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department.