SEC. 75-21-33. Right to examine books, records and accounts of corporations.
The state or any person, natural or artificial, in the manner and in such instances as now provided by law shall always have the right to investigate the books, records and accounts of all corporations created by it and of all corporations doing business in this state, but this right shall not be exercised further than to examine books, records and accounts made and kept within three years next preceding the beginning of the examination thereof, unless an examination of books, records and accounts made before that time be necessary to an understanding of the books, records and accounts made within said three years.
SOURCES: Codes, 1930, Sec. 3452; 1942, Sec. 1104; Laws, 1926, ch. 182.