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True and Fair – An Imaginary View Presentation

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But this is not necessarily so in the real world.” ________________ 1) What is the problem that Leibler identifies in his paper with respect’s to the ‘true and fair’ requirement A ‘true and fair’ view means that financial statements are free from material misstatements and faithfully represent the financial performance and position of the entity. However, there is no definite or “authoritative court judgements on what ‘true and fair’ view means. Moreover the requirement is to give ‘a true and fair’ view not ‘the true and fair view’. Thus the failure to identify a ‘one size fits all’ definition allows a range of acceptable ‘true and fair’ views in any given case”. ________________ 2) What solutions does Le...
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