Patricia Pearl - Small Claims Procedure - A Practical Guide


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    When you enter into a contract, with regard to giving your consent for Company X to disclose information to CRA's etc, does the actual agreement that you sign have to mention the fact that you agree to the disclosure of your information, or, is it ok for the contract to say something along the lines of.

    'I have read the 'Use of Personal Information' section of the terms and conditions and consent to the use and disclosure of such information.'

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    Default Re: Passing information to 3rd parties (CRA's)

    IMO it would be fine for the contract to say this. However, I await correction from those more knowledgeable!

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    Default Re: Passing information to 3rd parties (CRA's)

    Yep - that would be allowed, as the onus remains with the customer to check that this off-contract addition was read in conjunction with the primary one. Of course, the firm would dream of modifying the terms of the 'Personal Information' sub-section so that what you read and what it was changed to wouldn't apply! <g> It's always best to take a copy of everything that was pertinent AT THE TIME, as it helps your case if action is required later.



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