22. A person carrying on an enterprise may, without the consent of the persons concerned, communicate a nominative list or any information used to establish such a list to a third person, if
(1) the communication is made pursuant to a contract that includes a stipulation prohibiting the third person from using or communicating the list or the information for purposes other than commercial or philanthropic prospection;
(2) prior to the communication, in cases where the list is a nominative list of the person’s clients, members or employees, the persons concerned are given a valid opportunity to refuse that the information be used by a third person for purposes of commercial or philanthropic prospection; and
(3) the communication does not infringe upon the privacy of the persons concerned.
A nominative list is a list of names, telephone numbers, geographical addresses of natural persons or technological addresses where a natural person may receive communication of technological documents or information.
1993, c. 17, s. 22; 2006, c. 22, s. 119.