[Solved] An auditor in a casual vacancy is appointed by the

An auditor in a casual vacancy is appointed by the

a) Board of Directors

b) Shareholders

c) Central Government

d) Company Law board

Answer: (a) An auditor in a casual vacancy is appointed by the Board of Directors. Under the sub-section (3) of section 224 of the Companies Act, 1956 the power to appoint a person as an auditor on account of such casual vacancy is vested in the Central Government.

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