Comptroller's Grounds for Audit Need No Explaining

, New Jersey Law Journal

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The New Jersey Office of the State Comptroller has nearly unfettered authority to conduct random audits of any government agency, and does not have to explain its reasons why it decides to conduct an audit, a state appeals court said in a published decision.

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