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Companies Act 2006

Section 493: Disclosure of terms of audit appointment

752.This section creates a new power for the Secretary of State to require companies to disclose information about the terms on which they engage their auditors. Subsection (2) provides some examples of the detailed requirements that the Secretary of State could specify in regulations. Subsection (3) provides that regulations can require disclosure of changes in terms as well as the terms at the time of appointment. Subsection (4) specifies that the regulations are to be made by affirmative resolution procedure.

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