Statutory audits, Auditing

Statutory Audits

The audits are compulsory below statute in the case of a large amount of number of undertakings involving the following as:

 

     Undertaking

              Principal Act

   Limited Companies                                    

   Building Societies

   Banking and Financial Institutions

    Insurance Companies

   Co-operative Societies

 

          Companies Act 1962

          Building Society Act 1962

          Banking Act 1989

          Insurance Act 1984

          Co-operative Societies Act

 

 

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