Seals and Signatures

This phrase refers to a requirement to certify documents between different jurisdictions. Generally, certification requires signature(s) from certain public officials (such as a judge, the clerk of Court, and, in some instances, the Secretary of State) and the official seal of the court (which is usually imprinted as a raised seal on certified court documents). The seals and signatures is a way to ensure the documents are authentic.

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