Contingencies and provisions, Auditing

Contingencies and Provisions

(i) Receive the client's schedule of provisions and seek and contingencies supporting documentation in the form of legal opinions, correspondence along with customers, environmental and technical reports.

(ii) Assess the basis of provisions for reasonableness and compliance along with IAS 37

(iii) Certify that correct calculations have been created

(iv) Physically inspect any sites in respect of that clean up restoration provisions have been created.

(v) Consider the requirement for expert technical assistance

(vi) Assess the requirement for further similar provisions

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