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First of all, they are required to provide whatever information shareholder agreement demands. Therefore that document controls. However even without that, default law in Michigan demands that the company must - at the shareholder's request - provide an inspection of records, financial records, balances, etc - see here:
As such, this request can be made and the information sought may be ascertained via the record provided. If the company does not reply or replies poorly, the shareholder can file a Writ of Mandamus in court to force the issue.
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