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acknowledgment

A declaration by one signing an instrument, usually a deed, mortgage, or will, that their signature was free and voluntary.The declaration must be made before an authorized person,usually a notary public,but may also be designated court officials or others named by statute.

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Fox said organizations shouldn't be afraid to continue to ask within acknowledgements.
Such international acknowledgements encourage us to continue our established policy of adhering to and applying international best practice," said Mr Thamer.
For those donee organizations that are required to furnish necessary acknowledgements to donors, new Section 6720 imposes penalties to those who file misleading false or fraudulent acknowledgements, and to those who knowingly fail to furnish any required acknowledgements.
31,2005, O must provide an acknowledgement to B containing B's name and TIN, the VIN, a statement that the date of the contribution was Oct.
However, almost all VoIP providers have been able to secure acknowledgements from their existing customers showing they understand what, if any, limitations their E911 services may have.
A deduction is not allowed unless the taxpayer substantiates the contribution with a contemporaneous written acknowledgement by the donee.
At that time, the agent provides the depositor with an acknowledgement number.
In addition, Kintera's honor roll gadget provides acknowledgement on a social networking page or blog of those who gave to an individual constituent's fundraising efforts.
A completely wireless fax service and a high-speed two-way messaging system, called Acknowledgement Paging, are among the present-day and prospective future products convention-goers will have a chance to "test drive.
The TAM stated that these items represented more than a mere acknowledgement of the sponsor's generosity.
We are pleased to see that these efforts are being recognized by Governor Schwarzenegger, first through Executive Order S-02-06, and now through his acknowledgement.
The dialogue consists of data packets flowing in one direction, and acknowledgement packets flowing back.