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No, your not entitled to that information. You simply entitled to their financial information such as balance sheet and income statement - basically a prospectus.
That although your an owner (common and preferred) of the company - that is privileged information.
Do you think you want to make a claim for mismanagement or something and that's why you want the information or what?
Then you have to repossess or foreclose on that collateral.
That is just wrong that you can't seize bank accounts - however, you have to have a judgment to do such. That they have given you a secured interest in collateral to secure payment of debt - then what you have to do is repossess for foreclose on that collateral, sell it, then pursue them for any deficiency. Then you can obtain any and all information you want about their accounts receivable, etc. because your judgment creditor and you can send them interrogatories in aid of execution.
If your not the landlord and can "lock" them out of the property and use the inventory as collateral for the rent - then you have no alternative but to file suit against them for monies owed.
Thereafter, assuming you would win the award for the monies owed, then you can file the award as a judgment and then pursure execution against their assets for payment of the judgment.
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