Inspector's or Judge's Certificate

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Inspector's or Judge's Certificate

A form provided by the Corporation, and completed by the Inspectors of Election, attesting to the final voting results and percentages of a shareholder meeting.

Inspector's or Judge's Certificate

A certificate completed after a vote at a stockholders' meeting stating the results. For example, if shareholders are voting for a new member of the board of directors, a judge's certificate states who won and tallies how many votes each candidate received. The certificate is completed by the inspector of election.
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These include a copy of the marriage certificate, answers to set questions by the court about their petitions for divorce by the former couple, and the judge's certificate granting a decree nisi.