A document displaying signatures which are printed or typed, rather than signed by hand.
An exact copy of a document on which has been written things that could not or were not copied, i.e., a written signature is replaced on the conformed copy with a notation that it was signed by the parties.
The exact copy of a document, with an explanation of why certain items could not be copies.
An exact copy of a document including an explanation of why certain items could not be copies.
a copy that agrees with the original and all amendments to it
an exact copy including a photostat or other photographic copy of the original document
An exact copy of a document on which has been written the items that were not copied, such as the signatures being replaced by a notation indicating that the original contained the signatures. .
A filed copy of an original document.
a copy of an original document signed by the judge, indicated by /s/ judge's name
A copy of any court document that has been filed and is stamped with the date filed. If the document is an order, it must have the name of the judge/court commissioner, who signed it written or stamped on the order.
An exact copy of a document with written explanations of things that could not be copied; e.g., a written signature might be replaced with a notation that it was signed by the person on the original.
An exact copy of a document filed with a court. To conform a copy, the court clerk will stamp the document with the filing date and add any handwritten notations to the document that exist on the original, including dates and the judge's signature. A conformed copy may or may not be certified.