Accounting Controls, Procedures & Records

Applicable laws and Company policy require the Company to keep books and records that accurately and fairly reflect its transactions and the dispositions of its assets. In addition, the Company must maintain a system of internal accounting controls that will ensure the reliability and adequacy of its books and records. Failure to meet such requirement may constitute a violation of law.

To satisfy these requirements the Company has adopted policies to ensure that only proper transactions are entered into by the Company, that such transactions have proper management approval, that such transactions are properly accounted for in the books and records of the Company and that the reports and financial statements of the Company are timely prepared, understandable and fully, fairly and accurately reflect such transactions. All Directors and employees having any responsibility for such functions must be familiar with the Company's policies, accounting controls, procedures and records and must comply with their requirements.