Investigation of companys affairs, Business Law and Ethics

Investigation of Company's Membership:

Section (1) empowers the registrar to appoint one or   more competent inspectors to investigate and report on the membership of any company for the purpose of  determining the true persons who are or have been  financially interested in the success or failure of the company or able to control or materially to influence the policy of the company.

For the purpose of that investigation, subsection 5 of the section confers on the inspector, or inspectors,  power to investigate the membership of the company's  subsidiary or holding company for the same purpose. A company and its subsidiary, or subsidiaries, are thereby regarded as one entity for the purpose of the  investigation, and the veil of incorporation thereby lifted.

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