A Right of Inspection is a document that outlines who has the right to inspect corporate documents
and the specific documents that can be inspected. Inspection rights may include the right to inspect
corporate property, facilities or equipment. Typically a Right of Inspection document provides
directors with a nearly absolute right to inspect corporate documents, and gives members or
shareholders a wide but more limited right to inspect documents, and may require them to provide a
proper reason before being allowed access. A Right of Inspection usually includes a right to copy
documents, for which a reasonable fee may be charged. Either the individual requesting the
inspection, their agent or their attorney may perform the inspection.