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attestation

A boiler-plate-type statement made in the context of a contract—e.g., “I hereby affirm that the information I have provided is true,” etc.—that may be found on a document, to which a person agrees by his or her signature.

attestation

Managed care A document signed by a physician, stating that he/she performed the diagnostic or therapeutic procedure on a Pt for which a bill is being submitted
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The ministry has established 14 Customer Happiness Centres for this purpose in all seven emirates, to facilitate the attestation process in record time.
The municipality seeks to remove the difficulties and obstacles for residents by introducing alternative civilised solutions with regards to rental regulatory and leasing contract attestation.
Some analyses of attestation data conclude that only a third of EHs demonstrated MU in 2014, but the number is much higher when we account for the fact that MU requires a step-wise journey through each stage.
The electronic attestation of academic certificates will make the whole process more convenient for schools, parents and students.
We incorporated the proposed mutual attestation protocol in a novel trustworthy local true SSO architecture.
that the Attestation Clause "legally engrafts the Declaration of
He said the JCCI had presented a study on providing electronic attestation services a long time ago.
Specifically, a senior officer tax return attestation proposal was set forth in the Senate Finance Committee's Preliminary Staff Discussion Draft of proposed legislation to curb abusive tax shelter transactions.
The attestations will differ from the directors' examinations in that CPAs will examine and offer an opinion on the adequacy of the pertinent internal controls, drawing attention to any deficiencies.
While stating that there will be no changes in any of the procedures or documentation for attestations, the Embassy said the attestation services will be provided at the reduced charge of Dh4.
The proposals could lead to examinations of attestations rather than examinations of transactions, and greatly impair the audit process.