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Since the trust is the legal owner of the home, the trustee is the only one who can request that information from the HOA. So it is the trustee who would have to request it and could then file suit against the HOA if they refused to provide it to the "owner" (i.e. the trust for whom the trustee is the legal representative).
In most Bylaws, it states that the "prevailing party" is entitled to their attorney fees and costs, so if this HOA is typical, if suit had to be filed, they would end up paying for it as well..