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What Is a Verification? Definition, Uses and Importance.

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An oral or written statement that something is true, usually sworn to under oath. This can be used in court as evidence and could help you win your case!

An oath or declaration under penalty of perjury under which a statement or pleading is proven to be accurate is known as verification in the legal context. The document’s verification is at the very end. The answer to a complaint must also be validated if the complaint is proven to be true. False statements made in a validated court document are punishable as perjury.

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