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In a written statement testifying to the qualifications of a Notary Public "His acts are entitled to full fiath and credit."...meaning that he is fully qualified, etc. I'm sorry, I believe I've posted this before but did not put it in the glossary. Thanks for your assistance!
Thanks! I'll go look it up. I'm fairly new at using some of the functions Proz and wondered where that "open" question went. When I connected to the web address from my email, I always got error messages. -Lynelle 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
Explanation: Yes you did. And please go to the glossary, search for "full credit" (source language English)
You will find the the question from "aurora" (September 24)in Spanish no points awarded
from "Hernan Naves" (June 29 points awarded
and the one from you on November 12, with 4 answers, no points awared. Pleased award your points th one of them.
Maya Jurt Switzerland Local time: 18:26 Native speaker of: German, French PRO pts in pair: 491
Thanks! I'll go look it up. I'm fairly new at using some of the functions Proz and wondered where that "open" question went. When I connected to the web address from my email, I always got error messages. -Lynelle