TRADE AND COMMERCE
RIGHT TO PRIVACY
359-C:7 Customer Authorized Disclosure.
I. A customer may authorize disclosure under RSA 359-C:4, I(a), if those seeking disclosure furnish to the financial institution or creditor a signed and dated statement by which the customer:
(a) Authorizes such disclosure for a period to be set forth in the authorization statement;
(b) Specifies the name of the agency or department to which disclosure is authorized and, if applicable, the statutory purpose for which the information is to be obtained; and
(c) Identifies the financial or credit records which are authorized to be disclosed.
II. No such authorization shall be required as a condition of doing business with such financial institution or creditor.
III. Any officer, employee or agent of a state or local agency seeking customer authorization for disclosure of customer financial or credit records shall notify the customer that the customer has the right at any time to revoke such authorization, except where such authorization is required by statute.
IV. An agency or department examining the financial or credit records of a customer pursuant to this section shall notify the customer in writing within 30 days of such examination. Such notice shall specify the financial or credit records which were examined and the reason for such examination.
Source. 1977, 594:1. 1992, 268:6, eff. July 17, 1992.