OGH - 6Ob127/20z

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OGH - 6Ob127/20z
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Court: OGH (Austria)
Jurisdiction: Austria
Relevant Law: Article 4(1) GDPR
Article 15(1) GDPR
Article 79 GDPR
§ 151 Austrian Trade Regulation Act (Gewerbeordnung 1994 - GewO)
§ 228 Austrian Civil Procedure Act (Zivilprozessordnung - ZPO)
Decided: 18.02.2021
Published: 01.04.2021
Parties: unknown (claimant)
Österreichische Post AG (defendant)
National Case Number/Name: 6Ob127/20z
European Case Law Identifier: ECLI:AT:OGH0002:2021:0060OB00127.20Z.0218.000
Appeal from: OLG Linz
2 R 35/20k-19
Appeal to: Not appealed
Original Language(s): German
Original Source: Rechtsinformationssystem des Bundes (RIS) (in German)
Initial Contributor: n/a

The Austrian Supreme Court held that a court must not issue a declaratory judgement that a controller has to provide access to certain data under Article 15 GDPR to a data subject if the controller had already fulfilled the data subject's requests for access and deletion and refrained from further processing the data subject's data.

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The Austrian Supreme Court overturned a decision of the Higher Regional Court Linz and restored the decision of the first instance court:


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