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Civil List Audit Act 1816

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12 Officer, after examination, to make out states according to instructions. Treasury may remit for further examination, or allow any warrant under sign manual upon such allowance to be final discharge.E+W+S+N.I.

The officer so to be appointed shall, after he has duly examined such accounts and vouchers as aforesaid, make up a state or states thereof, in such manner and form as shall be required by his instructions in that behalf, and deliver the same to the Treasury; and the Treasury are hereby authorized, if they shall see fit, to direct any further examination of the said account, or to allow the same in case they shall be satisfied therewith; and such allowance, and a warrant under his Majesty’s sign manual issued in pursuance of such allowance, shall be a full and final discharge for and upon any such account, to all intents and purposes, without any further or other audit, account, allowance, or discharge whatever; any thing contained in any Act or Acts of Parliament to the contrary notwithstanding.

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