The Auditor keeps accounts of all appropriations and expenditures made by the
County Commission; and no warrant shall be drawn or obligation incurred without
his/her certification that an encumbered balance, sufficient to pay against which such
warrant or obligation is to be charged.
The Auditor audits and examines all accounts, demands, and claims presented for payment against the County, and approves to the County Commission all lawful, true, and just accounts, payable out of the county revenue or out of any county funds before the same is allowed a warrant issued therefore.
The Auditor keeps a correct account between the County and all county officers; and the Auditor examines all records and settlements made by them for and with County Commission or with each other; and the Auditor has, at all reasonable times, access to all books, county records, or papers kept by any county or township officer, or employee.