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FAQ for management: Canadian standard on association

Published on: Feb 28, 2017

FAQ for Management: What Management Needs to Know About the New Association Standard in Canada addresses key questions that management should be aware of prior to using their audit/assurance practitioner’s communication or name with accompanying information or translated information.

FAQs include:

  • What is CSOA 5000 and when is it effective?
  • What is consent and when might you request it from your practitioner?
  • What are your practitioner's responsibilities when providing consent over accompanying information?
  • What are your practitioner's responsibilities when providing consent over translated information?
  • What is required when you use your practitioner's communication or name inappropriately?

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