The court, as it deems desirable, may cause audits to be made of the books of the
commissioner relating to any receivership established under this act, and a report
of each audit shall be filed with the commissioner and with the court. The books, records and other documents of the receivership shall be made available
to the auditor at any time without notice. The expense of each audit shall be considered a cost of administration of the receivership.
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