All copies of identification for account opening purposes must be certified by a suitable person such as a lawyer, senior civil servant, bank manager, member of the judiciary, accountant, British embassy official, notary public or a serving police officer. They must confirm that the copy document is "a true copy of the original" and then sign the copy document. The certifier should also clearly print their name, position and/or capacity as a certifier together with stamping the document with his/her business stamp.
1. Written attestation. 2. Authorized declaration verifying that an instrument is a true and correct copy of the original.
(of conformance) a document attesting that an implementation conforms.
The process by which a trusted third part attests to the authenticity of a user's identity.
The procedure and action by a duly authorized body of determining, verifying, and attesting in writing to the qualifications of personnel, processes, procedures, or items in accordance with applicable requirements.
the act of attesting that a vessel has met specific legal requirements by the issuance of various certificates or validation of documents by certain governmental or private agencies.
The confirmation that images recorded on microfilm are accurate, complete, and unaltered reproductions of the original records. Sometimes referred to as "Camera Operator's Certificate."
confirmation by document under hand or seal as to the competence of a worker
The process of confirming that a system or component complies with its specified requirements and is acceptable for operational use. From [IEEE].
The act of attesting that something is true or meets a standard. The financial aid officer confirms for the lender and guarantor that a loan applicant meets certain eligibility criteria.
The approval process (detailed in State laws or regulations) that takes place to ensure, insofar as possible, that adoptive or foster parents are suitable, dependable, and responsible. "Certification" of documents involves a seal or apostille required by law or regulation affixed to a public document (such as a birth or marriage certificate or court record) to attest to its authenticity or to a general document to attest that the document. has been notarized by an authorized official.
The process by which mailers demonstrate their ability to meet Canada Post's technical specifications (such as machine readability), in order to qualify for Machineable prices. Certification will be maintained as long as periodical audits confirm that the mailer continues to meet the specifications. (confirmation de l'admissibilité; admissibilité)
Function performed by SITA Airport Services QA (Quality Assurance) dept. The primary aim of ertification of an application is to includes simulated field-use testing. This confirm the product's functionality, its ability to coexist with other app lication s, and its compatibility with hardware devices and other CUTE specifications and variables. (See Integration, Integration/Certification Process)
issuance of a formal document attesting to a set of skills, knowledge and abilities possessed by the holder often linked to completion of education/training requirements.
A formal attestation of a matter of fact.
The act of attesting that something is true or meets a certain standard. For example, the school completes its section of the application, thereby confirming the borrower's eligibility for the guarantee and, if applicable, interest benefits and special allowance. The borrower completes that section of an application or deferment form, thereby confirming that certain eligibility criteria have been met.
the process used to legitimately authenticate official documents. This typically requires that a seal or apostille (see above term) be affixed to the document in the manner that is specifically required by law or regulation to confirm its authenticity.
The formal attestation of the regularity and validity of a document by means of the signed statement of an authorized person.
A process normally carried out by embassies, consulates, chambers of commerce or other official bodies whereby documents or signatures and other details borne by documents are confirmed as being authentic.