HimalayaHimalaya asked 1 year ago
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RaviRavi Staff answered 1 year ago

From SA 600
In all circumstances, if the other auditor issues, or intends to issue, a modified auditor’s report, the principal auditor should consider whether the subject of the modification is of such nature and significance, in relation to the financial information of the entity on which the principal auditor is
reporting that it requires a modification of the principal auditor’s report.
So principal auditor is suppose to assess is it material and whether it should be included in his report.

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