Tip 53 – Records – Privileged records

Before releasing anything sensitive to anyone, consider whether the record is privileged.  That is, legally privileged and not for example “private” under the privacy legislation.  Legal privilege applies typically to (a) communications between the body corporate and its solicitors and (b) other materials that are produced in the expectation of, or during the conduct of, litigation.  If you have any doubts, seek legal advice.