Under the six elements of quality control, what is ethical requirements?
Ethical requirements address the fact that all personnel on engagements should maintain independence in mind and in appearance, perform all professional responsibilities with integrity, and maintain objectivity in performing their professional responsibilities.
Ethical requirements will consist of the following:
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