inherent risk
The *risk that items in financial statements are *misstated. Inherent risk is considered alongside *control risk and *detection risk to be one of three components of external *audit risk (definition 1). The term is sometimes also used in the sense of *gross risk.

Auditor's dictionary. 2014.

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