Sec. 9 . A superintendent who, without malice, bad faith, or negligence, discloses confidential information in connection with the superintendent's compliance with section 7 of this chapter or consents to medical or surgical treatment of a patient after following the procedures required by this chapter is immune from any civil or criminal liability that might otherwise be imposed as a result of disclosing confidential information or giving or withholding the consent.
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