2.4.4:Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Insolvency Resolution Process for Corporate Persons) Regulations, 2016.
4. Access to books.
(1) Without prejudice to section 17(2)(d), the interim resolution professional may access the books of account, records and other relevant documents and information, to the extent relevant for discharging his duties under the Code, of the corporate debtor held with-
(a) depositories of securities;
(b) professional advisors of the corporate debtor;
(c) information utilities;
(d) other registries that records the ownership of assets;
(e) members, promoters, partners, board of directors and joint venture partners of the corporate debtor; and
(f) contractual counterparties of the corporate debtor.
(1) On an examination of books of account and other relevant records of the corporate debtor, the interim resolution professional shall ascertain class(s) of creditors, if any.
(2) For representation of creditors in a class ascertained under sub-regulation (1) in the committee, the interim resolution professional shall identify three insolvency professionals who are-
(a) not his relatives or related parties;
(b) eligible to be insolvency professionals under regulation 3; and
(c) willing to act as authorised representative of creditors in the class.
(3) The interim resolution professional shall obtain the consent of each insolvency professional identified under sub-regulation (2) to act as the authorised representative of creditors in the class in of the Schedule.
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Insolvency Resolution Process for Corporate Persons) (Third Amendment) Regulations, 2018 dated 3.07.2018