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A. An individual or entity that complies with the reporting requirements of section 36-2608 is not subject to civil liability or other civil relief for reporting the information to the board.
B. Unless a court of competent jurisdiction makes a finding of malice or criminal intent, the board, any other state agency or any person or entity in proper possession of information pursuant to this article is not subject to civil liability or other legal or equitable relief for any of the following acts or omissions:
1. Furnishing information pursuant to this article.
2. Receiving, using or relying on, or not using or relying on, information received pursuant to this article.
3. Information that was not furnished to the board.
4. Information that was factually incorrect or that was released by the board to the wrong person or entity.