38 Miss. Code. R. § 4-7.2 - Disclosure of Certain Information, Reports, and Records; Mississippi Public Records Act of 1983

A. The Treasurer may disclose statistical information gathered from confidential information, provided that no such information is attributable to any one claimant.
B. Confidential information, obtained as required for proper administration of the Act or this regulation, may be disclosed to:
1. Any employee of the Treasurer whose official duties involve unclaimed property;
2. The State Auditor, or his duly authorized agent, in connection with any audit of the Treasurer; or
3. The Office of the Attorney General for its use in providing counsel relating to unclaimed property administration or in preparation for any proceeding involving unclaimed property before any agency or board of this state or before any grand jury or any state or federal court.
C. Nothing in these rules shall be construed to prevent the disclosure of information in accordance with the Mississippi Public Records Act of 1983.


38 Miss. Code. R. § 4-7.2
Miss. Code Ann. Sections 25-61-1 et seq., 89-12-27, 89-12-49
Adopted 1/1/2015

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