Ghosn needs court permission to see his wife which his lawyer says violate the UN's International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
While on bail, former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn is allowed to go out but has pledged not to leave Japan and to stay away from the internet.
Under Nissan's current corporate charter, the position of board chair is automatically appointed to head the company board.
For the quarter, Nissan records operating profit of 103.3 billion yen (RM3.8 billion) on net revenues of 3.05 trillion yen, equivalent to an operating margin of 3.4%.
Renault's lawyers say they have serious concerns about the methods used by the company and its legal team, including the way they treated some Renault employees
Ghosn's second marriage to his new wife Carole was a Marie Antoinette-themed dinner party at Chateau de Versailles last Oct 2016.
The decision to turn over Ghosn's board seat to Jean-Dominique Senard must still be ratified by shareholders.
Nissan was also charged by Japanese prosecutors for under-reporting Ghosn's pay and has since pledged to overhaul its governance.
France's finance minister says no one would understand if the severance pay of Carlos Ghosn were exorbitant.
The decision means the 64-year-old auto tycoon is likely to stay in custody until his trial.
Carole Ghosn wants the Human Rights Watch to press Tokyo to reform its draconian system of pretrial detention and interrogation.
The allegations centred on Renault executive Mouna Sepehri, who is close to Ghosn.
Following Ghosn's arrest for allegations last month, he will be held for trial.
Ghosn stands accused of under-reporting his income in documents to investors.
E.A. Juffali & Brothers defended Ghosn by stating that the $14.7 million (RM 60.4 million) in payments now under scrutiny by Tokyo prosecutors were for legitimate business purposes.
Anthony Ghosn told the JDD that his father’s lawyer has still not seen the prosecutor’s full case file.
Nissan says Munoz has taken leave to allow him to assist the company by concentrating on special tasks arising from recent events.
Nissan said the claim would allow it the option of pursuing further legal action.
The prosecutors also indicted Nissan for filing false financial statements, making the Japanese automaker culpable for the scandal that has shocked the auto industry.
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Renault SA, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors Corp CEOs say they are 'completely aligned on direction'.
The source says the misreporting started when a new law came into force requiring any company executives earning 100 million yen or more to declare it.
All three carmakers have stressed that operations and alliance business are proceeding as normal. Nissan, however, called off the launch of a high-performance Leaf electric car this month.
Ghosn has told investigators that he had no intention of under-reporting his remuneration on financial documents and has denied allegations against him.