23. For the purposes of preserving the secrecy of confidential information that becomes known to them in the practice of their profession, bailiffs must, in addition to fulfilling their own obligations in that regard, take the necessary measures to prevent their colleagues and the persons under their authority or supervision or in their employ or who practise the profession within the same partnership or joint-stock company as the bailiffs from disclosing or making use of such information that becomes known to them in the performance of their duties.
O.C. 550-2002, s. 23; O.C. 647-2009, s. 7.