Attestation Clause

Attestation Clause definition

/ˌatɛˈsteɪʃ(ə)n/ /klɔːz/

What does Attestation Clause mean?

The attestation clause is the place in the agreement where the parties sign to indicate their consent to the provisions of the agreement. The execution clauses and signature blocks are found at the end of the agreement, preferably after the schedules and before the appendices and annexures.

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