Confidential communication definition

Confidential communication means a communication not intended to be disclosed to third persons other than those to whom disclosure is in furtherance of the rendition of professional legal services to the client or those reasonably necessary for the transmission of the communication.
Confidential communication means information shared between a crime victim and a victim counselor within the counseling relationship, and includes all information received by the counselor and any advice, report, or working paper given to or prepared by the counselor in the course of the counseling relationship with the victim. “Confidential information” is confidential information which, so far as the victim is aware, is not disclosed to a third party with the exception of a person present in the consultation for the purpose of furthering the interest of the victim, a person to whom disclosure is reasonably necessary for the transmission of the information, or a person with whom disclosure is necessary for accomplishment of the purpose for which the counselor is consulted by the victim.
Confidential communication means all information, oral, written or nonverbal, that is transmitted between a vic- tim of domestic violence and an employee or supervised vol- unteer of a domestic violence agency in the course of their relationship and in confidence by means which, so far as the victim is aware, does not disclose the information to a third person.

Examples of Confidential communication in a sentence

Confidential communication between attorneys, solicitors and other admitted legal representatives and their clients is a justification for declining exchange of information.55 49 OECD Commentary of article 26, nineteenth paragraph, sixth subparagraph.


More Definitions of Confidential communication

Confidential communication means any
Confidential communication means a communication that a client has a reasonable expectation is not being disclosed to persons other than a privileged interpreter and any client to whom the communication is intended to be made.[PL 2003, c. 685, §2 (NEW).]
Confidential communication means a communication not intended to be disclosed to third persons except:
Confidential communication means information given to a sexual assault counselor by a victim and includes reports or working papers made in the course of the counseling relationship.
Confidential communication means a communication by a spouse to the other spouse and not intended to be disclosed to any other person.
Confidential communication means information obtained by an individual licensed under this chapter, including information obtained by the individual's examination of the client or patient, which is:
Confidential communication means information transmitted between a victim, as defined in paragraph VI, of an alleged sexual assault, alleged domestic abuse, alleged sexual harassment, or alleged stalking, and a sexual assault or domestic violence counselor in the course of that relationship and in confidence by means which, so far as the victim is aware, does not disclose the information to a third person. The presence of an interpreter for the hearing impaired, a foreign language interpreter, or any other interpreter necessary for that communication to take place shall not affect the confidentiality of the communication nor shall it be deemed a waiver of the privilege. The term includes all information received by the sexual assault or domestic violence counselor in the course of that relationship.