Independent Auditors definition

Independent Auditors means the firm of Independent accountants appointed pursuant to the Management Agreement or any successor Independent accountant.
Independent Auditors has the meaning set forth in Section 3.2.
Independent Auditors means a nationally recognized accountant, or firm of accountants, that is, with respect to the Corporation, an independent public accountant or firm of independent public accountants under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended.

Examples of Independent Auditors in a sentence

  • In the absence of experience certificate from the client, proportion of payment received towards Consultancy work duly certified by statutory body like Chartered Accountant or Independent Auditors who are competent to do so as recognized by the State concerned shall be accepted.

  • The financial information presented in this report is audited information, and the accuracy of such information can be determined by reading the opinion given in the Independent Auditor's Report.

  • In the absence of experience certificate from the client, proportion of payment received towards Consultancy work duly certified by statutory body like Chartered Accountant or Independent Auditors who are competent to do so as recognised by the State concerned shall be accepted.

  • Please read it in conjunction with the District's Independent Auditor's Report, basic financial statements, accompanying notes and supplementary information to the basic financial statements.

  • Independent Auditors The independent auditors of the Issuer are Ernst & Young, an accountancy firm who are chartered accountants qualified to practice in Ireland and members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.


More Definitions of Independent Auditors

Independent Auditors means a nationally-recognized public accounting firm mutually acceptable to both the Company and the Executive.
Independent Auditors shall include such other accounting firm chosen in accordance with this clause (ii).
Independent Auditors means such independent auditors as may be agreed between the Licensor and the Licensee, or failing agreement within 10 (ten) business days from the date of a request by any Party for such agreement, appointed by the Executive President for the time being of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants from one of the 4 (four) largest (based on number of partners) independent firms of auditors in South Africa at the time;
Independent Auditors means independent public accountants who have no personal interest in the financial affairs of the entity or in affairs of the officers of the entity being audited and who audit under the standards promulgated by the AICPA for state and local governments;
Independent Auditors means the accounting firm serving as the Corporation's independent certified public accountants immediately prior to the Change in Control; provided, however, that in the event such accounting firm also serves as the independent certified public accountants for the corporation or other entity effecting the Change in Control transaction with the Corporation, then the Independent Auditors shall mean a nationally-recognized public accounting firm mutually acceptable to both the Corporation and the Executive.
Independent Auditors means, with respect to any fiscal year, the independent public accountants appointed by the Board of Directors to certify to the Board of Directors the financial statements of the Corporation.
Independent Auditors means Ernst & Young Accountants LLP or, in the event of their being unable or unwilling to carry out any action requested of them, such other reputable firm of international accountants as may be nominated by the Issuer;