2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Section 17B:32-40 - Confidentiality of documents, files, records, papers

17B:32-40. Confidentiality of documents, files, records, papers

10. In all proceedings and judicial reviews thereof under section 9 of this act, all records of the insurer, other documents, and all department files and court records and papers, so far as they pertain to or are a part of the record of the proceedings, shall be and remain confidential except as is necessary to obtain compliance therewith, unless and until the Superior Court, after hearing arguments from the parties in chambers, shall order otherwise; or unless the insurer requests that the matter be made public. Until such court order, all papers filed with the clerk of the Superior Court shall be held by him in a confidential file.


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