certify documents

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  • It was used to certify documents issued and laws passed by the congress.
  • Some military members have authority to certify documents or administer oaths, without being given all notarial powers.
  • Only members holding a Certificate of Practice may act as auditors or certify documents required by various tax and financial regulatory authorities in India.
  • It offers a paperless online digital signature solution to access, verify, sign, and certify documents from anywhere in the world.
  • A notary public is a person who is authorized to administer oaths, certify documents, perform official acts, and declare the credibility of signatures.
  • All Australian jurisdictions also have justices of the peace (JP) or commissioners for affidavits and other unqualified persons who are qualified to take affidavits or statutory declarations and to certify documents.
  • Some military members have authority to certify documents or administer oaths, without being given all notarial powers (10 U.S.C. sections 502, 936, and 1031).
  • Cylinder seals were a related form of early typography capable of printing small page designs in relief (cameo) on wax or clay -- a miniature forerunner of rotogravure printing used by wealthy individuals to seal and certify documents.