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1. Q:

Which ordinance should an OC follow in managing its accounts?

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Explanation
     
  A:
A. Prevention of Bribery Ordinance
B. Building Management Ordinance
C. Buildings Ordinance
2. Q:

Is it an offence for Uncle Chuen, OC Chairman to accept frequent and lavish entertainment from Mr Ho, the building property officer?

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Explanation
     
  A:
A. depending on the situation
B. no
C. yes
3. Q:

Which ordinance should OCs observe in procurement of services or goods?

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Explanation
     
  A:
A. Summary Offences Ordinance
B. Building Management Ordinance
C. Buildings Ordinance
4. Q:

If an MC member or employee uses  false records to pocket car park fees, which section of the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance may be breached?

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Explanation
     
  A:
A. S.9(3)
B. S.10
C. S.4
5. Q:

If Uncle Chuen, OC Chairman did not disclose his relationship with the OC auditor, which rule would he violate?

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Explanation
     
  A:
A. Police Code
B. Code of Practice on Procurement of Supplies, Goods and Services
C. ICAC Code
 
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