41. The Commissioner may act or authorize any person to act as an inspector to determine whether the legislative provisions or the provisions of the code of conduct are being complied with.
A person acting as an inspector may
(1) enter, at any reasonable time, the establishment of a lobbyist or a public office holder or the establishment where the lobbyist or the public office holder engages in his or her activities or exercises his or her functions ;
(2) require the persons present to provide any information concerning the activities engaged in or the functions exercised by the lobbyist or the public office holder, and to produce any book, register, account, record or other related document ; and
(3) examine and make copies of documents containing information relating to the activities engaged in or the functions exercised by the lobbyist or the public office holder.
Every person who has custody, possession or control of the documents referred to in this section must, on request, give access to them to the person conducting the inspection and facilitate their examination.