Communicating Information About a Trust
Under the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal information and the Tax Administration Act, you, as the trustee, have the right (subject to the exceptions provided for by these laws):
- to obtain all information regarding the trust;
- to consult any document that contains such information; and
- to request that information be corrected.
For more information, see Access to Information.
Communication of confidential information to a person designated by the trust
If you, as the trustee, wish to have us transmit information concerning the trust's tax file to a person that you have designated, you must complete and sign form MR-69-V, Authorization to Communicate Information or Power of Attorney.
The authorization or power of attorney will remain valid indefinitely, unless the trustee enters the date on which the authorization or power of attorney ceases to be valid.
To cancel an authorization or power of attorney previously granted, you must use form MR-69.R-V, Revocation of Authorization to Communicate Information or Power of Attorney.