chartered accountants


chartered accountants
Persons skilled in the keeping and examination of accounts, who are employed for the purpose of examining and certifying to the correctness of accounts of corporations and others.
British Commonwealth equivalent of Certified Public Accountant

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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