Three months before the audit expiry date of a Business Partner, the RSP holder has the exclusive right to request a monitoring activity:
- A monitoring cycle ends: this is when the RSP holder is expected to request a full monitoring
activity to start a new cycle
- A monitoring activity is reaching expiry: this is when the RSP holder is expected to request
a follow-up monitoring
If the RSP does not act within one month (so two months before the expiry date), the RSP will become claimable by other linked members. Until the RSP is claimed, the current RSP holder retains all rights and obligations.
Therefore, if the RSP holder wants to keep the RSP when it becomes claimable, they have to request a monitoring activity for the Business Partner.