CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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36. The following acts, in particular, may be considered as invasions of the privacy of a person:
(1)  entering or taking anything in his dwelling;
(2)  intentionally intercepting or using his private communications;
(3)  appropriating or using his image or voice while he is in private premises;
(4)  keeping his private life under observation by any means;
(5)  using his name, image, likeness or voice for a purpose other than the legitimate information of the public;
(6)  using his correspondence, manuscripts or other personal documents.
1991, c. 64, a. 36.