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R-10.6 - Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act

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Exercising rights of another person
79Any right or power conferred on an individual by this Act may be exercised
(a) by any person, other than the Ombud, with written authorization from the individual to act on the individual’s behalf,
(b) by a committee or person appointed for the individual under the Infirm Persons Act, if the exercise of the right or power relates to the powers and duties of the committee or the person,
(c) by an attorney acting under a power of attorney granted by the individual, if the exercise of the right or power relates to the powers and duties conferred by the power of attorney,
(d) by the parent or guardian of a minor if, in the opinion of the head of the public body concerned, the exercise of the right or power by the parent or guardian would not constitute an unreasonable invasion of the minor’s privacy, or
(e) if the individual is deceased, by the individual’s personal representative if the exercise of the right or power relates to the administration of the individual’s estate.
2019, c.19, s.6
Exercising rights of another person
79Any right or power conferred on an individual by this Act may be exercised
(a) by any person, other than the Commissioner, with written authorization from the individual to act on the individual’s behalf,
(b) by a committee or person appointed for the individual under the Infirm Persons Act, if the exercise of the right or power relates to the powers and duties of the committee or the person,
(c) by an attorney acting under a power of attorney granted by the individual, if the exercise of the right or power relates to the powers and duties conferred by the power of attorney,
(d) by the parent or guardian of a minor if, in the opinion of the head of the public body concerned, the exercise of the right or power by the parent or guardian would not constitute an unreasonable invasion of the minor’s privacy, or
(e) if the individual is deceased, by the individual’s personal representative if the exercise of the right or power relates to the administration of the individual’s estate.
Exercising rights of another person
79Any right or power conferred on an individual by this Act may be exercised
(a) by any person, other than the Commissioner, with written authorization from the individual to act on the individual’s behalf,
(b) by a committee or person appointed for the individual under the Infirm Persons Act, if the exercise of the right or power relates to the powers and duties of the committee or the person,
(c) by an attorney acting under a power of attorney granted by the individual, if the exercise of the right or power relates to the powers and duties conferred by the power of attorney,
(d) by the parent or guardian of a minor if, in the opinion of the head of the public body concerned, the exercise of the right or power by the parent or guardian would not constitute an unreasonable invasion of the minor’s privacy, or
(e) if the individual is deceased, by the individual’s personal representative if the exercise of the right or power relates to the administration of the individual’s estate.