50 Matter disclosure of which would be contempt of Parliament or contempt of court

Matter is exempt matter if its public disclosure would, apart from this Act and any immunity of the Crown—

(a) be in contempt of court; or

(b) be contrary to an order made or direction given by—

(i) a royal commission or commission of inquiry; or

(ii) a person or body having power to take evidence on oath; or

(c) infringe the privileges of—

(i) Parliament; or

(ii) the Parliament of the Commonwealth or a State or a House of such a Parliament; or

(iii) the Legislative Assembly of the Australian Capital Territory, the Northern Territory or Norfolk Island.