I-13.011 - Act respecting the Institut de la statistique du Québec

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41. A person is guilty of an offence where the person
(1)  discloses, contrary to this Act and without reasonable excuse, information obtained for the purposes of this Act;
(2)  makes use of information obtained in the exercise of the person’s functions to obtain undue advantage for the person or any other person;
(3)  obtains or attempts to obtain, under the pretence of the exercise of the person’s functions, information that the person is not authorized to obtain;
(4)  provides false identification or pretends to be a person referred to in section 25 to obtain information;
(5)  incites or encourages a person referred to in section 25 to disclose, contrary to this Act, information obtained for the purposes of this Act;
(6)  refuses or neglects, without reasonable excuse, in the case of a request for which a reply is obligatory, to comply with a request for information, to fill out a request for information or to transmit the reply to a request for information within the time and in the form prescribed;
(7)  knowingly provides false information in reply to a request for information made under this Act;
(8)  having custody of records, registers or documents of a public body, an enterprise or an association, does not allow a person referred to in section 25 to have access thereto for the purposes of this Act.
1998, c. 44, s. 41.