INDEFEASIBLE not liable to being annulled or voided or undone, usually in reference to an interest in real property (e.g., an indefeasible ownership interest in a piece of property).
PRINCIPLES-BASED ACCOUNTING provides for few exact rules and little implementation guidance. Instead, general principles are put forward and companies must ensure that their financial statements fairly and accurately represent these principles. Proponents argue that this type of system does not allow for less than ethical financial engineering, where complex transactions are undertaken in order to get around following specific rules-based accounting standards. Critics believe a principles-based system allows too much leeway for companies, because they generally do not have to follow specific rules, only wide-arching principles. See also RULES-BASED ACCOUNTING.
OPERATING EFFECTIVENESS is how an internal control was applied, the consistency with which it was applied, and by whom.
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