The Agent may, to the extent necessary to carry out its appointment or as otherwise permitted under the  Privacy Act, disclose such information to third parties including potential buyers, newspaper and other media organizations involved in property advertising, persons engaged to evaluate the property, owner’s corporations, government and statutory bodies, and financial institutions.

The Agent may also disclose certain details about the Clients property listing or sale to other existing and potential clients in order to promote and provide its services to those clients.

The Client can gain access to any personal information which the Agent holds about the Client, by contacting the Agent. The Agent’s contact details are provided in the appointment form. The Agent may refuse access to such information in the limited circumstances provided for in the Privacy Act. The Agent may charge the Client a reasonable fee to provide the requested access.

The Agent will take all reasonable steps to correct any information which the Client shows to be inaccurate, incomplete or out-of-date.

Real estate and tax laws require some of the information described in the4 appointment form to be collected. If certain information is not provided, the Agent may not be able to act effectively on the Clients behalf or act for the Client at all.