Indiana Code Title 23. Business and Other Associations § 23-0.5-1.5-14

Sec. 14 . “Governance interest” means a right under the organic law or organic rules of an unincorporated entity, other than as a governing person, agent, assignee, or proxy, to:

(1) receive or demand access to information concerning, or the books and records of, the entity;

(2) vote for or consent to the election of the governing persons of the entity;  or

(3) receive notice of or vote on or consent to an issue involving the internal affairs of the entity.

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