Can a party resist disclosure of their own documents and transcripts in a second action?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Taherkhani v Este, 2022 BCSC 372 (CanLII):

Similarly, in Schober v. Tyson Creek Hydro Corporation, 2014 BCCA 12, at para. 25, Justice Willcock described that the undertaking does not allow a party to resist disclosure of its own documents and transcripts in a second action:

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