The act of attesting testimony witness a solemn or formal declaration verbal or printed in assistance of a fact evidence the facts appears from attestation of witnesses or of correct officer The membership of a name to a writing as a witness is an attestation
- the activity of bearing experience
- the evidence through which one thing is attested
- The act of attesting; testimony; witness; a solemn or official declaration, spoken or written, in support of a well known fact; research. The truth appears from the attestation of witnesses, or of the proper officer. The registration of a name to a writing as a experience, is an attestation.
n. the work of witnessing a signature for the intended purpose of declaring that a document (like a will) had been correctly signed and announced by the signer to be his / her signature.
The act of witnessing a guitar written down, on request associated with party making the exact same, and subscribing it as a witness. See ATTEST. Execution and attestation tend to be clearly distinct formalities; the former becoming the work regarding the celebration, the latter of the witnesses only.
mid-15c., from Middle French attestation and directly from Latin attestationem (nominative attestatio) "an attesting, testimony," noun of activity from past participle stem of attestari "to prove, verify" (see attest).
A statement attached to an audit report that contains the opinion associated with auditor about the accuracy of a financial statement.
(letter.) The work of attesting; testimony; witness; a solemn or official declaration, spoken or written, to get a fact; research. The facts appears through the attestation of witnesses, or of this proper officer. The registration of a name to a writing as a witness, is an attestation.
Nor must there be omitted another strange attestation of the antiquity of the whale, in his own osseous post-diluvian reality, as set down by the venerable John Leo, the old Barbary traveller.