Amend CSHB 3 as follows: (1) On page 9, after line 8, by adding the following appropriately numbered section and renumbering the subsequent sections accordingly: Sec. 22.64. Confidential Information. (a) A sales price disclosure report filed with a chief appraiser under this subchapter is confidential and not open to public inspection. The report and the information it contains may not be disclosed to another person other than an employee of the appraisal district who appraises property, except as provided by Subsection (b). (b) Information that is confidential under Subsection (a) may be disclosed: (1) in a judicial or administrative proceeding under a lawful subpoena; (2) to a purchaser, grantee, seller, or grantor named in the report or in the deed to which the report applies or to a representative of the purchaser, grantee, seller, or grantor under a written authorization signed by the purchaser, grantee, seller, or grantor or otherwise to a state certified or licensed appraiser under a written authorization signed by the purchaser, grantee, seller, or grantor; (3) to the comptroller or to an assessor for a taxing unit in which the property described in the report is located; (4) in a judicial or administrative proceeding related to real property taxation: (A) to which the purchaser, grantee, seller, or grantor is a party; (B) to which an owner of the property described in the report is a party; or (C) by the appraisal district for the purpose of establishing a value of the property or of providing evidence of comparable sales to appraise another property; (5) for statistical purposes if the information is provided in a form that does not identify a specific property or specific purchaser, grantee, seller, or grantor; (6) if and to the extent that the information is required to be included in a public document or record that the appraisal office is required to prepare or maintain; or (7) to a taxing unit or its legal representative that is engaged in the collection of delinquent taxes on the property described in the report. (c) Information that is disclosed under this section does not lose its confidential character. (d) A person, other than the purchaser, grantee, seller, or grantor, who obtains a sales price disclosure report or information from the report commits an offense if the person: (1) discloses the report or information to a person who is not authorized under this section to receive the report or information; or (2) permits such a person to view, read, or copy the report or information. (e) An offense under Subsection (d) is a Class B misdemeanor. (f) It is a defense to prosecution under Subsection (d) that the person who received information contained in the sales price disclosure report obtained the information from: (1) a purchaser, grantee, seller, or grantor of the property described in the report; or (2) a document or record other than the sales price disclosure report.