113.2. If an association referred to in section 113.1 requests the name and address of the persons it is meant to represent, the pension committee must inform each person concerned of the request in a notice enclosed with the first of the following documents to be sent to the person after the committee receives the request:
(1) the annual statement sent under section 112; or
(2) the statement provided under the first paragraph of section 113.
The notice must include a note explaining that the person concerned may, within 30 days of receiving the notice, consent to the committee’s sending the information in question to the association concerned.
The committee must provide the association with the name and address of the persons who gave their consent
(1) within 30 days following the expiry of the deadline given in the second paragraph, as regards persons who gave their consent after receiving a notice enclosed with the annual statement sent out under section 112; or
(2) at the latest 30 days after the end of the fiscal year of the plan during which consent was given, as regards persons who gave their consent after receiving a notice enclosed with the statement provided for under the first paragraph of section 113.
The committee is not required to comply more than once with a request made under the first paragraph by the same association. If it does, it may charge a fee.