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Delaware Code 220 Request

Delaware Law: Shareholder's Right to Examine Books and Records

Under section 220 of Delaware corporate law, shareholders have the right to examine the books and records of a corporation for a "proper purpose." But it can be challenging to determine exactly what advantages that gives a shareholder. It is clear that under code 220, a shareholder has certain information . . .
Delaware Code 220 Request

Scope of Inspection Under DGCL § 220: What's a "Proper Purpose"?

When you put money in the stock market, you are essentially buying a small portion of the companies you're investing in. Think of a company like Facebook or GM as the world's biggest pie, and when you purchase a share, you are an owner of the company. Sure, it takes millions of shares to have any real . . .
Delaware Code 220 Request

How to File a Delaware Section 220 Request

Knowing how to file a Delaware Section 220 request correctly on a Delaware corporation is the difference between getting all the information you want and need and not getting it. It is that simple. When you file your Delaware Section 220 request, you are making what the Delaware Court of Chancery calls . . .
Delaware Code 220 Request

Which Types of Information Requests Can Shareholders Make Under Delaware Law?

Which Types of Information Requests Can Shareholders Make Under Delaware Law? Anyone who is a shareholder, director, or officer of a Delaware corporation can use Section 225 of the Delaware General Corporation Law if they want to challenge the results of a vote for directors or the appointment, removal, . . .
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