Inspect your local council reciepts

Inspect your local council reciepts

Postby indoctrinated » Sun Mar 27, 2011 3:11 am

Local Government Finance act you can inspect council receipts for 2 weeks per year or public listed company you can visit to inspect -watch 4 and 5

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Re: Inspect your local council reciepts

Postby huntingross » Sun Mar 27, 2011 9:01 am

Can you post the Act and Section please, because I can't find it.
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Re: Inspect your local council reciepts

Postby BaldBeardyDude » Sun Mar 27, 2011 10:23 am

Mark Thomas did a programme on this, as part of his Secret Map of Britain .... I will try to find and link here. If its the wrong one, let me know and I will have another look-see.

I think its this one... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQnPVI5IS6s this is part1/5

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Re: Inspect your local council reciepts

Postby indoctrinated » Sun Mar 27, 2011 8:16 pm

Yes secret britain end of part 4 and begining of part 5

think this is it

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2011/817/body/made (The Accounts and Audit (England) Regulations 2011)

Procedure for public inspection of accounts

9. The procedure for public inspection of accounts for a larger relevant body, mentioned in regulation 22, is that it must make the documents mentioned in that regulation available for public inspection for 20 working days before the date appointed by the auditor under regulation 21.
Notice of public rights

10.—(1) The procedure for a larger relevant body to give notice of public rights, mentioned in regulation 24, is that, not later than 14 days before the commencement of the period during which the accounts and other documents are made available in pursuance of regulation 9, the body must give notice by advertisement and on its website of the matters set out in paragraph (2).

(2) The matters referred to in paragraph (1) are—

(a)
the period during which the accounts and other documents referred to in paragraph (1) will be available for inspection in accordance with regulation 9;



(b)
the place at which, and the hours during which, they will be so available;



(c)
the name and address of the auditor;



(d)
the provisions contained in section 15 (inspection of documents and questions at audit)(28) and section 16(29) (right to make objections at audit) of the 1998 Act; and



(e)
the date appointed under regulation 21 for the exercise of rights of electors.


Notice of conclusion of audit

11. As soon as reasonably possible after conclusion of an audit, a larger relevant body must give notice by advertisement and on its website stating that the audit has been concluded and that the statement of accounts is available for inspection by local government electors and including—

(a)
a statement of the rights conferred on local government electors by section 14 (inspection of statements of accounts and auditors’ reports) of the 1998 Act;



(b)
the address at which and the hours during which those rights may be exercised; and



(c)
details of where the statement of accounts can be found on the body’s website.




Audit procedure
Appointment of date for the exercise of rights of electors

21. The auditor must, for the purpose of the exercise of rights under section 15 (right of local government elector to request an opportunity to question the auditor about the accounts) and 16 (right of local government elector to make objections to the auditor) of the 1998 Act, appoint a date on or after which those rights may be exercised, and must notify the relevant body concerned of that date.
Public inspection of accounts

22. A relevant body notified under regulation 21 must make the accounts and other documents mentioned in section 15 (inspection of documents and questions at audit) of the 1998 Act available in accordance with the procedure specified for larger relevant bodies in regulation 9, or for smaller relevant bodies in regulation 14, as appropriate.


Procedure for public inspection of accounts

14. The procedure for public inspection of accounts for a smaller relevant body, mentioned in regulation 22, is that the body must make the documents mentioned in that regulation available for public inspection on reasonable notice, during a period of 20 working days before the date appointed by the auditor under regulation 21.
Notice of public rights

15.—(1) The procedure for a smaller relevant body to give notice of public rights, mentioned in regulation 24, is that it must display, in a conspicuous place or places in the area of the body for a period of at least 14 days immediately prior to the period during which the accounts and other documents are made available under regulation 14, a notice containing the matters set out in paragraph (2).

(2) The matters referred to in paragraph (1) are—

(a)
the period during which the accounts and other documents referred to in paragraph (1) will be available for inspection in accordance with regulation 14;



(b)
details of the manner in which notice should be given of an intention to inspect the accounts and other documents;



(c)
the name and address of the auditor;



(d)
the provisions contained in section 15 (inspection of documents and questions at audit) and section 16 (right to make objections at audit) of the 1998 Act; and



(e)
the date appointed under regulation 21 for the exercise of rights of electors.


Notice of conclusion of audit



So you can see the accounts and receipts legally
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Re: Inspect your local council reciepts

Postby huntingross » Sun Mar 27, 2011 8:23 pm

Thanks
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Re: Inspect your local council reciepts

Postby indoctrinated » Sun Mar 27, 2011 8:33 pm

Would be a convenient way to research public bodies and their activities - plus criminal behaviour and fraud.

I was thinking council tax, but there is far greater scope.
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