(1) Nothing effected by this Part or suffered under this Part—
(a) is to be taken as placing any person in breach of contract or confidence or as otherwise exposing the person to civil liability; or
(b) is to be taken as placing any person in breach of or as constituting a default under, any Act or other law or any provision in any agreement, arrangement or understanding including, but not limited to, any provision prohibiting or restricting the assignment or transfer of any property or right or the disclosure of any information; or
(c) is to be taken as fulfilling any condition which allows a person to exercise a power, right or remedy in respect of, or to terminate, any agreement or obligation; or
(d) is to be taken as giving rise to any remedy for a party to a contract or an instrument or as causing or permitting the termination of any contract or instrument because of a change in the beneficial or legal ownership of any property, right or liability; or
(e) is to be taken as causing any contract or instrument to be void or otherwise unenforceable; or
(f) is to be taken as frustrating any contract; or
(g) releases any surety or other obligor wholly or in part from any obligation.
(2) In this section "Act" does not include the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 .