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Sec. 6. To the extent that a power of attorney expressly grants an attorney in fact authority over the content of electronic communications sent or received by the principal, and unless directed otherwise by the principal or a court, a custodian shall disclose to the principal's attorney in fact the content of the electronic communications of the principal if the attorney in fact gives the custodian:
(1) a written request for disclosure of the electronic communications in physical or electronic form;
(2) an original or copy of the power of attorney expressly granting the attorney in fact authority over the content of electronic communications of the principal;
(3) a certification by the attorney in fact, under penalty of perjury, that the power of attorney is in effect; and
(4) if requested by the custodian:
(A) a number, username, address, or other unique subscriber identifier or account identifier assigned by the custodian to identify the principal's account; or
(B) evidence linking the account to the principal.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 32. Property § 32-39-2-6 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-32-property/in-code-sect-32-39-2-6/
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