9055.0120 No Disclosure


Published: 2015

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9055.0120 NO DISCLOSURE.


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Subpart 1.

Exceptions.

Records maintained by the department may not be disclosed without the written consent of the individual named in the records, except:

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A.

when the individual has been adjudicated incompetent; or


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B.

as in subparts 2 to 4.



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Subp. 2.

Release to individuals.

Records maintained by the department must be released to the claimant personally, a duly appointed guardian, an attorney in fact, a duly authorized representative, and as to personal matters, when the commissioner has determined that disclosure would not be injurious to the mental or physical health of the claimant.


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Subp. 3.

Release to organizations.

Records maintained by the department must be released to the duly certified representatives of veterans organizations recognized by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.


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Subp. 4.

Release under court order.

Records maintained by the department must be released when ordered by a court of competent jurisdiction in Minnesota, and then only in open court as evidence, only after a judge has ruled that the records are relevant and competent evidence in an action or proceeding according to the laws and statutes of Minnesota.