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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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For taxpayers filing 1994 returns, the Service extended the deadline for obtaining a written acknowledgment from a donee organization or charity.
Physicians should contact their local Medicare Administrative Contractor for information on acknowledgment testing, according to the CMS.
Acknowledgment is significantly different from recognition, and this causes many people a lot of confusion.
The Durdens produced a letter from their church acknowledging the contributions, as well as canceled checks supporting the amounts of the claimed deduction, but the IRS declined to accept the acknowledgment on the grounds that it did not contain the required statement regarding whether goods or services were received in consideration for the contributions.
The Durdens subsequently obtained a second written acknowledgment from their church with the required language, but the IRS disregarded it because it did not meet the contemporaneous written acknowledgment requirement of Sec.
The purpose of this study was to determine whether the acknowledgment of medical writers' contributions to papers published in medical journals has increased over time.
That way, donors are receiving the same acknowledgment letters again and again, he said.
Acknowledgment plaque presented at conference social function.
Cohen's philosophy of religion marked an advance over Kant's; his account of moral activity as one of acknowledgment of God made the role of God in his system more robust than in Kant's Critique of Practical Reason, in which God serves only as a postulate.
acknowledgment of contributions by Sandia National Laboratories, New Mexico State University, New Mexico Department of Agriculture, and Kansas State University were omitted.
The theme for this year's dinner will be "Building Blocks for a Better New York," a nod to those CoreNet members who are in charge of literally building entire blocks of the city, as well as an acknowledgment of the health of the real estate industry.
Yet more interesting in this regard (or at least more interesting than any checklist) was the degree to which the exhibition's conception seemed to recapitulate several of the theoretical impulses behind Bourriaud and Sans's Palais de Tokyo--including the fundamental acknowledgment that developments in technology during the past decade (and the corporate strategies for disseminating them) have continually altered the fabric of our experience and, more specifically, have made the kinds of time we encounter (and that artists, like "film editors," produce) more variable and diverse.