2009 New Jersey Code
45:2B-65 Disclosure of client information
TITLE 45 - PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
45:2B-65 - Disclosure of client information
24. Except by permission of the client engaging a licensee or firm under this act, or the heirs, successors, or personal representatives of that client, no licensee or partner, officer, member, manager, shareholder, or employee of a licensee or firm shall disclose information communicated to the licensee or firm by the client relating to and in connection with services rendered to the client by the licensee or firm in the practice of public accountancy. Such information shall be deemed confidential; except that nothing herein shall be construed as prohibiting the disclosure of information required to be disclosed by the standards of the public accounting profession in reporting on the examination of financial statements or as prohibiting disclosures in court proceedings, investigations or proceedings under this act, in ethical investigations conducted by private professional organizations, or in the course of quality reviews.
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