2019 Indiana Code
Title 23. Business and Other Associations
Article 0.5. Uniform Business Organizations Code
Chapter 7. Issuance of Interrogatories and Investigative Claims
23-0.5-7-6. Disclosure of information

Universal Citation: IN Code § 23-0.5-7-6 (2019)
IC 23-0.5-7-6 Disclosure of information

Sec. 6. Interrogatories propounded by the secretary of state and the answers received are not open to public inspection. The secretary of state may not disclose any facts or information obtained from the interrogatories unless:

(1) the secretary of state's official duty requires the information to be made public; or

(2) the interrogatories or the answers received are required for evidence in a criminal proceeding or in any other action or proceeding by or against the state of Indiana.

As added by P.L.118-2017, SEC.5.

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