A stock is not typically put under surveillance for an inter-creditor agreement (ICA). ICAs are legal agreements between creditors and do not directly affect the trading of a stock. However, if a company is undergoing debt restructuring or insolvency resolution processes, the stock exchange may put the stock under surveillance to monitor the trading activity and ensure that there is no market manipulation or insider trading. In such cases, an ICA may be signed among the creditors to coordinate their actions, but the stock surveillance is not specifically related to the ICA.