Court of Audit

Court of Audit

A Court of Audit or Court of Accounts is a Supreme audit institution, i.e. a government institution performing financial and/or legal audit (i.e. Statutory audit or External audit) on the executive branch of power.

See also

  • Liste d’institutions chargées du contrôle des comptes publics: Contrôle des comptes publics
  • La plupart de ces institutions/administrations de contrôle général sont membres de l'INTOSAI[1], International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions.
  • Government audit, Government performance auditing, Performance audit
  1. ^ Site officel INTOSAI

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