(1) A person is not excused from producing a document under section 3ZQN or 3ZQO on the ground that to do so:
(a) would contravene any other law; or
(b) might tend to incriminate the person or otherwise expose the person to a penalty or other liability; or
(c) would disclose material that is protected against disclosure by legal professional privilege or any other duty of confidence; or
(d) would be otherwise contrary to the public interest.
(2) However, neither:
(a) the production of the document; nor
(b) any information, document or thing obtained as a direct or indirect consequence of producing the document;
is admissible in evidence against the person in proceedings other than proceedings for an offence against section 137.1, 137.2 or 149.1 of the Criminal Code that relates to this Act.
(3) A person is not liable to any penalty by reason of his or her producing a document when required to do so under section 3ZQN or 3ZQO.
(4) The fact that a person is not excused under subsection (1) from producing a document does not otherwise affect a claim of legal professional privilege that anyone may make in relation to that document.