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      RS 51:734     


§734. Third-party disclosures and immunity

            A. If a qualified individual reasonably believes that financial exploitation of an eligible adult may have occurred, may have been attempted, or is being attempted, a qualified individual may notify any third party previously designated in writing by the eligible adult or any other person permitted under existing law, rules, regulations, or customer agreement.

            B. Disclosure shall not be made to any designated third party who is suspected of financial exploitation or other abuse of the eligible adult.

            C. A qualified individual who, in good faith and exercising reasonable care, complies with this Section shall be immune from any administrative or civil liability that might arise from such disclosure.

            Acts 2016, No. 580, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 2017.

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