(1) This section applies if:
(a) a warrant was issued on the basis that an interim control order was in force; and
(b) a court subsequently declares the interim control order to be void; and
(c) before the declaration was made, information was obtained as a result of:
(i) the purported execution of the warrant; or
(ii) the purported exercise of a power, or the purported performance of a function or duty, in a case where the purported exercise of the power, or the purported performance of the function or duty, is consequential on the warrant.
(2) A person may:
(a) communicate the information to another person; or
(b) make use of the information; or
(c) make a record of the information; or
(d) give the information in evidence in a proceeding;
(e) the person reasonably believes that doing so is necessary to assist in preventing, or reducing the risk, of:
(i) the commission of a terrorist act; or
(ii) serious harm to a person; or
(iii) serious damage to property; or
(f) the person does so for one or more purposes connected with a preventative detention order law.
(3) In this section:
"serious harm has the same meaning as in the Criminal Code" .