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Court order must be obtained if consent to collateral use is not obtained

This book was written by Michael Dew, a Vancouver lawyer who practices civil litigation, including assisting persons who have been denied insurance coverage by insurance companies, and persons dealing with builders lien issues.
If the party that disclosed the information subject to an implied undertaking does not consent to subsequent use of the information in other proceedings, the proper course is to apply for a court order permitting such use:
Here, if the parents of the victim or other party wished to disclose the appellant’s transcript to the police, he or she or they could have made an application to the B.C. Supreme Court for permission to make disclosure…
(Juman v. Doucette, 2008 SCC 8 at para. 5).
See also Chonn v. DCFS Canada Corp dba Mercedez-Benz Credit Canada, 2009 BCSC 1474 at para. 62.