5. The data transmitted in accordance with this Article shall not be communicated by the recipient without authorisation and shall only be processed or used for the purposes of implementing this Agreement or the legislation to which it applies. The transmission of such data by the recipient for other purposes is permitted under the law of the receiving party, provided that this is for social security purposes, including related legal proceedings. However, the foregoing does not prevent the receiving party from disclosing it in cases that are mandatory for the interests protected by criminal law or for tax purposes under the laws and regulations of that party. In all other cases, transmission to bodies other than those referred to in Article 16 shall be authorised only with the prior consent of the bodies transmitting them. 5. Where a person relates to one or both benefits under this Agreement and is in a third country, the Party paying that benefit or benefits shall continue to pay that benefit or benefits if that Contracting Party has concluded a social security agreement with that third country providing for the portability of that benefit or benefits. 1. The rate of portability of a person for international agreements shall be as follows: (x) `2001 Agreement` means the Social Security Agreement between the Australian Government and the Government of New Zealand, signed on the twenty-eighth day of March 2001 and amended by a banknote exchange concluded on the twenty-first day of February 2002 (entered into force on 1 July 2002). 2.
Subject to this Agreement, if a person is entitled to a benefit under New Zealand social security law (including a person entitled under paragraph 1 or Article 7 or both) but payment of that benefit is contingent on presence in New Zealand, the payment of that benefit shall be deemed to be present in New Zealand for the purpose of payment of that benefit; if he or she has his or her habitual residence and residence in Australia. (a) contain provisions ensuring, in respect of New Zealand, that the safeguards provided for in New Zealand data protection legislation are complied with in the information reconciliation agreements and that the agreements comply with the data protection rules laid down in New Zealand data protection legislation; b. for the granting of aid for the recovery of the social security debts of a Contracting Party, the Party providing the assistance shall not be required: 6……… Outside social security law, by the draft international agreement on social security 2 1. The competent authority of Australia and a province of Canada may enter into agreements on all matters of social security within the jurisdiction of the province in Canada, unless such agreements are contrary to the provisions of this Agreement. A law implementing international conventions on social security and related purposes 4. Where a person is not entitled to a benefit after the application of paragraph 1, the competent institution of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia shall also take into account the periods of insurance or residence completed by his nationals in a third country which has concluded a social security agreement with the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; this includes the possibility of combining periods of insurance. . . .