2013 Arizona Revised Statutes
Title 42 - Taxation
§ 42-2002 Disclosure of confidential information prohibited


AZ Rev Stat § 42-2002 (through 1st Reg Sess 51st Leg. 2013) What's This?

42-2002. Disclosure of confidential information prohibited

A. A person, including a former employee or agent of the department or the office of administrative hearings or a person previously having an administrative duty for the department or the office of administrative hearings, who has received confidential information while an employee or agent of the department or the office of administrative hearings, while performing an administrative duty for the department or the office of administrative hearings, shall not disclose that information except as provided in this article.

B. A person who has received confidential information pursuant to an exception under section 42-2003, subsection B or H shall not disclose that information except as provided in this article.

C. Confidential information may not be disclosed relating to applications for cannabis or controlled substance tax licenses or payments under prior law.

D. Confidential information shall not be disclosed if the department determines that disclosure would seriously impair any civil or criminal tax investigation or if the disclosure would be contrary to section 6103(d), 6103(p)(8) or 7213 of the internal revenue code.

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