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" An auditor is not bound to be a detective, or, as was said, to approach his work with suspicion or with a foregone conclusion that there is something wrong. He is a watch-dog, but not a bloodhound. He is justified in believing tried servants of the company... "
Fraud 101: Techniques and Strategies for Detection - Página 16
por Howard Silverstone, Howard R. Davia - 2005 - 288 páginas
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Reports of Bankruptcy and Company Cases Decided in the High Court of Justice ...

1896 - 386 páginas
...said, to approach his work with suspicion, or with a foregone conclusion that there is something wrong. He is a watchdog, but not a bloodhound. He is justified in believing tried servants of the company, in whom confidence is placed by the company. He is entitled to assume that they are honest, and to...
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Auditing: A Practical Manual for Auditors

Lawrence Robert Dicksee - 1900 - 730 páginas
...said, to approach his work with suspicion or with a foregone conclusion that there is something wrong. He is a watch-dog, but not a bloodhound. He is justified in believing tried servants of the company in whom confidence is placed by the company. He is entitled to assume that they are honest and to rely...
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The Companies Act 1900: With Commentaries and Forms

Paul Frederick Simonson - 1901 - 206 páginas
...to approach his work with suspicion " or with a foregone conclusion that there is something wrong. " He is a watch-dog, but not a bloodhound. He is justified in " believing tried servants of the company in whom confidence is " placed by the company. He is entitled to assume that they " are honest, and...
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Encyclopædia of Accounting, Volumen1

George Lisle - 1903 - 560 páginas
...work with suspicion, or with a foregone conclusion that there is something wrong. . He is a watch dog, but not a bloodhound. He is justified in believing tried servants of the company in whom confidence is placed by the company. He is entitled to assume that they are honest, and to...
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Encyclopædia of Accounting, Volumen6

George Lisle - 1904 - 514 páginas
...said, to approach his work with suspicion or with a foregone conclusion that there is something wrong. He is a watchdog, but not a bloodhound. He is justified in believing tried servants of the company in whom confidence is placed by the company. He is entitled to assume that they are honest and to rely...
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Auditing; a Practical Manual for Auditors. 6th Ed., Rev. and Enl

Lawrence Robert Dicksee - 1904 - 936 páginas
...said, to approach his work with suspicion or with a foregone conclusion that there is something wrong. He is a watch-dog, but not a bloodhound. He is justified in believing tried servants of the company in whom confidence is placed by the company. He is entitled to assume that they are honest and to rely...
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Insurance Office Organisation, Management, and Accounts

Thomas Emley Young, Richard Masters - 1904 - 156 páginas
...or imprudence of making advances ; or with the profitable or unproductive conduct of the business ; he is a " watchdog " but " not a bloodhound " ; he is justified in trusting the tried servants of the company in whom the board reposes confidence ; he is entitled to...
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Auditing: A Practical Manual for Auditors

Lawrence Robert Dicksee - 1907 - 936 páginas
...to approach his work with suspicion or with a foregone conclusion that there is something wrong, lie is a watch-dog, but not a bloodhound. He is justified in believing tried servants of the company in whom confidence is placed by the company. He is entitled to assume that they are honest and to rely...
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Die bilanzen der privaten unternehmungen: mit besonderer Berücksichtigung ...

Richard Passow - 1910 - 376 páginas
...said, to approach his work with suspicion or with a foregone conclusion that there is something wrong. He is a watch-dog, but not a bloodhound. He is justified in believing tried servants of the company, in whom confidence is placed by the company. He is entitled to assume, that they are honest, and to...
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Practical Auditing

Ernest Evan Spicer - 1911 - 796 páginas
...said, to approach his work with suspicion or with a foregone conclusion that there is something wrong. He is a watch-dog, but not a bloodhound. He is justified in believing tried servants of the company in whom confidence is placed by the company. He is entitled to assume that they are honest, and to...
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