ARTICLE 159: REQUIREMENTS TO BE MET BY THE LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE TO HAVE ACCESS TO CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
For the purposes of article 80 of the Law (LCE: Art. 80) the individual who has the authorization of the Ministry (RLCE: Art. 1) will be considered accredited legal representative to have access to confidential information, after meeting the following requirements:Submit a written request to the Ministry stating the need to review confidential information;
Present the original document or certified copy of it, with which it prove its representation;
Exhibit the public deed or certified copy thereof, with which it accredits the name and faculties of the company official that grants the representation;
Be a resident in Mexico;
Assume and present the commitment of confidentiality, in the terms established by the Ministry in accordance with the provisions of the Law and these Regulations;
To express in writing the acknowledge of responsibilities and sanctions that could be incurred in case of violating the confidentiality of the information entrusted to;
State in writing the reasons why the confidential information it requests to review is relevant to the defense of their case. In this situation, the Ministry may qualify when it will be considered that confidential information may be useful in defending the case in question,
Commit before the Ministry to return of the original versions of their notes or summaries made in the review of the confidential information, within ten days after the final resolution has been issued, and
Submit the format issued for this purpose by the Ministry.
The confidential information that, in accordance with these Regulations, has the right to review the legal representatives of the interested parties and the people who, under the international treaties or conventions of which Mexico is a part of may have access to it, will be strictly personal use and will not be transferable by any title.