Tangible non current assets, Auditing

Tangible Non Current Assets

The verification approach is fundamentally similar in each of these.  Extensive disclosure is utilized in most countries and IAS 16 Property Equipment and Plant, IFRS 5 Non Current Assets held for Sale and IAS 36 Impairment of Assets and Discontinued Operations are the authoritative accounting documentations IAS 8 also.

A. Buildings and Land - Freehold

  • Accounting Principles
  • Verification Procedures
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