47-24-24. Personal affiliation information--Exemptions.

The provisions of §§ 47-24-21 to 47-24-23, inclusive, do not apply to:

(1)    Any report or disclosure required by state law to be filed with the secretary of state;

(2)    Any official record or minutes required by law to be maintained by a public agency if the personal affiliation information was voluntarily disclosed by the donor;

(3)    Any lawful warrant for personal affiliation information issued by a court of competent jurisdiction;

(4)    A lawful request for discovery of personal affiliation information in litigation if the following conditions are met:

(a)    The requestor demonstrates a compelling need for the personal affiliation information by clear and convincing evidence; and

(b)    The requestor obtains a protective order barring disclosure of personal affiliation information to any person not named in the litigation;

(5)    Admission of personal affiliation information as relevant evidence before a court of competent jurisdiction. However, no court filing may publicly reveal personal affiliation information absent a specific finding of good cause;

(6)    A review of personal affiliation information necessary for a sales or use tax audit of a nonprofit corporation by the Department of Revenue; or

(7)    A review of personal affiliation information necessary for purposes of an audit, examination, or investigation of a nonprofit corporation pursuant to chapter 4-11.

Source: SL 2021, ch 197, § 4.