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verification

A sworn statement before a notary public, or other person authorized to take oaths, that the contents of a document are accurate. Contrast with acknowledgment, which is simply confirmation that one's signature was knowingly and willingly placed on an instrument.

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This paper focuses on how PI can help with one specific practical concern for LIS, namely, how one can verify the accuracy of recorded information.
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