59 Public register privacy principles

The public register privacy principles are as follows:

Public register privacy principles
Principle 1
Search references
Personal information shall be made available from a public register only by search references that are consistent with the manner in which the register is indexed or organised.
Principle 2
Use of information from public registers
Personal information obtained from a public register shall not be re-sorted, or combined with personal information obtained from any other public register, for the purpose of making available for valuable consideration personal information assembled in a form in which that personal information could not be obtained directly from the register.
Principle 3
Electronic transmission of personal information from register
Personal information in a public register shall not be made available by means of electronic transmission, unless the purpose of the transmission is to make the information available to a member of the public who wishes to search the register.
Principle 4
Charging for access to public register
Personal information shall be made available from a public register for no charge or for no more than a reasonable charge.