This prohibition includes aggressive behavior, physical, verbal, and psychological abuse, and violence within a dating relationship.
The Board will not tolerate any gestures, comments, threats, or actions which cause or threaten to cause bodily harm or personal degradation.
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Appendix A: Examples of Information and Sources of Information That May be Gathered During the Audit That Could Indicate That Related Parties or Relationships or Transactions with Related Parties Previously Undisclosed to the Auditor Might Exist The following auditing standard is not the current version and does not reflect any amendments effective on or after December 31, 2016.
The current version of the auditing standards can be found here. For audits of fiscal years beginning before December 15, 2010, click here] This section does not address the extent or timing of confirmation procedures.
In these situations, the auditor might use confirmation procedures rather than or in conjunction with tests directed toward documents or parties within the entity.
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[The following paragraph is effective for audits of fiscal years beginning on or after December 15, 2010. Guidance on the extent of audit procedures (that is, considerations involved in determining the number of items to confirm) is found in section 350, .
Confirmation is the process of obtaining and evaluating a direct communication from a third party in response to a request for information about a particular item affecting financial statement assertions. For audits of fiscal years beginning before December 15, 2010, click here], discusses the audit risk model.
The process includes— [The following paragraph is effective for audits of fiscal years beginning on or after December 15, 2010. It describes the concept of assessing inherent and control risks, determining the acceptable level of detection risk, and designing an audit program to achieve an appropriately low level of audit risk.
The auditor uses the audit risk assessment in determining the audit procedures to be applied, including whether they should include confirmation. For audits of fiscal years beginning before December 15, 2010, click here], which discusses the reliability of audit evidence.