Can a condominium refuse to provide records relating to litigation?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Steenkamp v. York Condominium Corporation No. 279, 2021 ONCAT 49 (CanLII):

Section 55(4)(b) of the Act allows a condominium to refuse to provide records relating to actual or contemplated litigation. The scope of “actual or contemplated litigation” is broader than solicitor-client privilege and litigation privilege (see Bossio v. MTCC, 2018 ONCAT 6).

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