Court of Audit

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  • They are appointed by the President of the Court of Audit for a term of nine years.
  • No payment can be made without the approval of the Court of Audit.
  • The Court of Audit is divided a French-speaking and a Dutch-speaking chamber.
  • If the ruling shows a deficit the officer has to appear before the Court of Audit.
  • The Court of Audit is independent from the legislative and executive branches of Government.
  • The Court of Audit controls the use of state funds by all state governmental bodies.
  • This law gives the Court of Audit a large independence and a wide autonomy to perform its missions.
  • The Court of Audit carries out its tasks at its own initiative.
  • The legislative assemblies can charge to charge the Court of Audit with specific missions of management analysis.
  • Prior to 1982, France only had a single national Court of Audit.
  • The Court of Audit may audit any act on past operations as well as the act on the planned operations of public fund users.
  • A decision from a lower audit court may be appealed at the main Court of Audit within two months of its being handed down.
  • If the Court of Audit withholds its approval, the Government can decide that payment should still take place.
  • The Court of Audit cannot be categorized within any of the three branches of power, legislative, executive or judicial.
  • The Court of Audit is represented and headed by its President, who simultaneously holds the office of State Auditor-general.
  • The Court of Audit of the Republic of Slovenia has three members: a president and two deputy presidents.
  • A regional audit court's ruling may be appealed in the same court or to the Court of Audit of France.
  • The Court of Audit is in charge of controlling, storing and publishing these documents.
  • He was forced to resign soon after, however, in order to be appointed councillor for life of the Court of Audit in Athens.
  • After a public procedure the Court of Audit either exonarates the accounting officer or condemns him to make good that amount or part of it.
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