53.These provisions enable Audit Scotland to make reasonable charges in respect of the following circumstances:
services provided by Audit Scotland on a voluntary basis to or in respect of another public body or office-holder (see section 10(5)).
audits of and reports on accounts required to be undertaken under the Act under the control of the Auditor General (sections 21 and 22), other than audits of the accounts of the Scottish Administration and any other direct funded bodies (sections 19(1) to 19(3)) or audits of consolidated public accounts (section 20).
economy, efficiency and effectiveness examinations carried out under the Act under the control of the Auditor General (section 23), other than examinations in respect of office holders in the Scottish Administration or any other direct funded body.
audits of accounts in pursuance of Part VII of the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973, which mainly deals with the audit of local authority accounts under the control of the Accounts Commission.
studies undertaken under sections 97A or 105A of the 1973 Act, which mainly concerns studies in relation to local authorities under the control of the Accounts Commission.
work undertaken on behalf of the Accounts Commission under section 1 of the Local Government Act 1992. This concerns the giving of directions requiring local authorities and other relevant bodies to publish performance standards relating to their activities in any financial year.