Examine the circumstances in which the affairs of a company may be investigated the registrar of companies.

• If the registrar has reasonable cause to believe that the provisions of the Companies Act are not being complied with the company.
• If a document submitted to the registrar in compliance with the provisions of the Companies Act, does not disclose a full and fair statement of the matters which it purports to relate to.
• If the registrar has good reason to investigate the ownership of any shares or debentures of a company.

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