(1) A person acting in good faith in making a report under section 26 (1) is not civilly or criminally liable, or in breach of any professional code of conduct:
(a) for making the report; or
(b) for disclosing any information in the report.
(2) In any proceedings before a court, except with the court's leave:
(a) the report or evidence of its contents is not admissible; and
(b) a person cannot be compelled to give evidence, or to produce a record, about the report or the identity of the maker of the report.
(3) The leave may be granted only if:
(a) the report, evidence or record is of critical importance to the proceedings; and
(b) failure to grant the leave would prejudice the proper administration of justice.