382. Accounts to give a fair representation

(1) The members of an LLP must not approve accounts for the purposes of this Chapter unless they are satisfied that they give a fair representation of the assets, liabilities, financial position and profit or loss —
(a) in the case of the LLP's individual accounts, of the LLP,
(b) in the case of the LLP's group accounts, of the undertakings included in the consolidation as a whole, so far as concerns members of the LLP.
(2) The following provisions apply to the members of an LLP which qualifies as a micro-entity in relation to a financial year (see sections 373 (LLPs qualifying as micro-entities) and 374 (LLPs excluded from being treated as micro-entities)) in their consideration of whether the individual accounts of the LLP for that year give a fair representation as required by subsection (1)(a) —
(a) where the accounts comprise only micro-entity minimum accounting items, the members must disregard any provision of an accounting standard which would require the accounts to contain information additional to those items,
(b) in relation to a micro-entity minimum accounting item contained in the accounts, the members must disregard any provision of an accounting standard which would require the accounts to contain further information in relation to that item, and
(c) where the accounts contain an item of information additional to the micro-entity minimum accounting items, the members must have regard to any provision of an accounting standard which relates to that item.
(3) The auditor of an LLP in carrying out his functions under the Companies Regulations in relation to the LLP's annual accounts must have regard to the members' duty under subsection (1).