What are the rights of an auditor?

Statutory rights of auditors
· A right of access at all times to the books, accounts and vouchers of the company
· A right to require from the company's officers such information and explanations as they think necessary for the performance of their duties ad auditors
· A right to attend any general meetings of the company and to receive all notices of and communications relating to such meetings which any member of the company is entitled to receive.
· A right to be heard at general meetings which they attend on any part of the business that concerns them as auditors
· A right to receive a copy of any written resolution proposed
· A right to give notice in writing requiring that a general meeting be held for the purpose of laying the accounts and reports before the company ( of elective resolution dispensing with laying of accounts in force)