attestation (Meaning)

Wordnet

attestation (n)

the action of bearing witness

the evidence by which something is attested

Webster

attestation (n.)

The act of attesting; testimony; witness; a solemn or official declaration, verbal or written, in support of a fact; evidence. The truth appears from the attestation of witnesses, or of the proper officer. The subscription of a name to a writing as a witness, is an attestation.

attestation Sentence Examples

  1. The attestation of the document confirmed its authenticity.
  2. I need an additional attestation from a notary for this legal agreement.
  3. The financial audit included an attestation from the auditor regarding the company's financial statements.
  4. The medical certificate provided a formal attestation of the patient's condition.
  5. The marriage license was signed by both parties in the presence of an official for attestation.
  6. The witness's attestation helped establish the validity of the will.
  7. The attestation clause verifies the document's execution and the signer's identity.
  8. The forensic examination provided scientific attestation to support the prosecution's case.
  9. The expert's attestation of the artifact's age was crucial for its historical classification.
  10. The attestation of trust established the fiduciary relationship between the trustee and the beneficiary.

FAQs About the word attestation

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The attestation of the document confirmed its authenticity.

I need an additional attestation from a notary for this legal agreement.

The financial audit included an attestation from the auditor regarding the company's financial statements.

The medical certificate provided a formal attestation of the patient's condition.