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22 December 2011

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Change in the method of recovery of cost for inspections performed by the IRBA

 

 

Johannesburg / 22 December 2011

 

I refer to our communication of 14 November 2011 relating to the above, which was e-mailed to RAs and is on our website.

 

In this communication, we stated that we would send out detailed documentation relating to the change in the process of Inspection fee billing before the end of December 2011.

 

Please note that this documentation will now be sent to you in January 2012.

 

Regards

Bernard Peter Agulhas
Chief Executive Officer

 

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