The audit of financial statements is defined by the objectives contained in article 65, paragraph 1 of the Accounting Act of 29 September 1994. The auditor is to express a written opinion and report on whether the financial statements audited by him are in compliance with the accounting principles and whether they reliably present the property and financial situation and financial result of the audited entity.
The auditor's objective in each audit of the financial statements is to determine, first, whether the statements and the underlying books of account are free from irregularities and, second, whether the information contained in the statements can be considered reliable and transparent.
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