Do Shareholders of a Small Closely Held New York Corporation have the Right to Inspect the Corporations Books and Records?
Yes. Pursuant to New York Business Corporation Law Section 624, shareholders of a New York corporation possess, among other things, the right to (a) inspect the corporations records, minutes and stock ledgers and (b) demand copies of prior year financial statements.
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