N.J.S.A 17:51A-4. Confidentiality of information; exceptions

17:51A-4. Confidentiality of information; exceptions

4. a. Proceedings, hearings, notices, correspondence, reports, records and other information in the possession of the commissioner or the department relating to the supervision of any insurer are confidential except as provided by this section.

b. The personnel of the department shall have access to these proceedings, hearings, notices, correspondence, reports, records or information as permitted by the commissioner.

C.The commissioner may open the proceedings or hearings or disclose the notices, correspondence, reports, records or information to a department, agency or instrumentality of this or another state of the United States if the commissioner determines that the disclosure is necessary or proper for the enforcement of the laws of this or another state of the United StateS.

d. The commissioner may open the proceedings or hearings or make public the notices, correspondence, reports, records or other information to the public if the commissioner deems that it is in the best interest of the public or in the best interest of the insurer, its insureds or creditorS.

e. This section does not apply to hearings, notices, correspondence, reports, records or other information obtained upon the appointment of a receiver for the insurer by a court of competent jurisdiction.

L.1993,c.245,s.4.

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