67. Where the law, otherwise than in the cases contemplated in sections 59, 61 and 61.1 of this Act, authorizes a public body to release nominative information to another public body without the consent of the person concerned, the release must be made under the terms of a written agreement between the bodies.
Where nominative information, the release of which is thus authorized, is required for the carrying out of an Act, a public body may, if there is no agreement, apply to the Commission for its opinion on the content of the proposed agreement.
After giving the other public body an opportunity to submit its observations, the Commission shall give its own opinion to the bodies concerned.
If, after considering the opinion, the proposed agreement is not accepted, the Commission may, at the request of one of the bodies concerned, determine the content of the agreement and submit it to the Government for approval. The order binds the public bodies concerned and constitutes an agreement for the purposes of this Act.
1982, c. 30, s. 67; 1984, c. 27, s. 3.