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RONR has no rule on this, but common sense would indicate that the books should be returned once they are no longer needed by the audit team, presuming that it was necessary to remove them in order to do an audit in the first place.  That's not always the case.

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13 hours ago, Gary Novosielski said:

RONR has no rule on this, but common sense would indicate that the books should be returned once they are no longer needed by the audit team, presuming that it was necessary to remove them in order to do an audit in the first place.  That's not always the case.

Actually, RONR does have a rule on this.

”When a committee is discharged from considering a matter, either by the adoption of a motion to discharge it or by the submission of its final report, the committee continues in existence if it is a standing committee, but ceases to exist if it is a special committee that was appointed to take up the matter. In any case, when a committee is thus discharged, its chairman returns to the secretary of the society all papers relating to the referred matter that were previously entrusted to him.” (RONR, 11th ed., pg. 313)

So they should be returned no later than the submission of the audit committee’s report.

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