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recording

Entering something into the real estate or probate records so that it serves as constructive notice of its contents to all the world. Many jurisdictions have specialized requirements before they will admit documents to recording, such as the name and address of the person who prepared the document, the book and page numbers of the source of title for the property,and prohibitions against strike-through marks or other editorial revisions apparent on the face of the document. See the sample recording information.

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9) By 1993, it was anticipated that 60 percent of law enforcement agencies would electronically record confessions in at least some cases they investigated.
Players who use anabolic steroids without a legitimate prescription are breaking the law and should not be allowed to play, much less keep their accomplishments on the record books.
For many archived document types it is essential to establish and maintain a very high record authenticity standard as is the case for any record subject to legal scrutiny such as financial statements, medical information and corporate communications (including emails).
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A student record is defined as a record that is maintained by an educational institution and contains information that is directly related to a student (National Association of Secondary School Principals, 2001).
To this end iVia supports from one to three levels of editorial review as well as a pending record database that holds records in the process of being built and reviewed prior to their being approved and moved to the main working database.
At some companies, physical and electronic record keeping has been in such a state of disarray that it has often been cheaper to pay regulatory audit fines and fees than to comply by paying the people necessary to find and locate the requested records.
The R in CD-R means you can record once onto the CD.
Garthwaite hopes he can implement an electronic medical record system that will significantly improve patient care, reduce paperwork and speed the operations of LACDHS facilities.
If a classification code is used for a record, this means that a substantial or important part of the article is related to the subject of the classification code.
An adequate accounting is an account book or similar record the taxpayer submits to the employer with supporting evidence.