68 Confidentiality of adjudication proceedings

(1)

This section applies to the following information:

(a)

any statement, admission, or document created or made for the purposes of an adjudication; and

(b)

any information (whether written or oral) that, for the purposes of the adjudication, is disclosed in the course of the adjudication.

(2)

The adjudicator and any party to a dispute must not disclose to another person any of the information to which this section applies except—

(a)

with the consent of the relevant party; or

(b)

to the extent that the information is already in the public domain; or

(c)

to the extent that disclosure is necessary for the purposes of, or in connection with, the adjudication or the enforcement of the adjudicator’s determination; or

(d)

in statistical or summary form arranged in a manner that prevents any information disclosed from being identified by any person as relating to any particular person; or

(e)

if the information is to be used for statistical or research purposes and will not be published in a form that could reasonably be expected to identify any particular person.