certificate of authentication

certificate of authentication
The certificate of an officer of a court of record, or like official, to the effect that the officer taking an acknowledgment or proof by affidavit was, at the date thereof, such officer as he claimed to be, and authorized to take the acknowledgment or proof, and that signature appended to the acknowledgment or proof is the genuine signature of the officer. Such certificate is sometimes known as a county clerk's certificate. 1 Am J2d Ack § 78; the authentication of a document or copy by the officer, such as a clerk of court, who has custody of the document. 30 Am J2d Ev § 997.

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