898. Inspectors’ reports
(1) The inspectors may, and if so directed by the Registrar shall, make interim reports to the Registrar, and on the conclusion of their investigation shall make a final report to it.
(2) Any persons who have been appointed under section 893 or 894 may at any time and, if the Registrar directs them to do so, shall inform it of any matters coming to their knowledge as a result of their investigations.
(3) If the inspectors were appointed under section 894 in pursuance of an order of the Court, the Registrar shall furnish a copy of any report of theirs to the Court.
(4) In any case the Registrar may, if it thinks fit—
(a) forward a copy of any report made by the inspectors to the company’s registered office,
(b) furnish a copy on request and on payment of the prescribed fee to—
(i) any member of the company or other body corporate which is the subject of the report,
(ii) any person whose conduct is referred to in the report,
(iii) the auditors of that company or body corporate,
(iv) the applicants for the investigation,
(v) the Financial Services Regulator,
(vi) any other person whose financial interests appear to the Board to be affected by the matters dealt with in the report, whether as a creditor of the company or body corporate, or otherwise, and
(c) cause any such report to be printed and published.