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Embosser

A pliersā€like device, that when squeezed together with paper between the jaws, makes raised areas and indentations on paper. Used as a protection device.

Escrow

Putting documents, property, or funds in the hands of an independent third party. Place in trust.

ex officio

By virtue of the characteristics inherent in the holding of a particular office without the need of specific authorisation or appointment

Execute a document

To perform all formalities necessary to make a document fully effective; often a matter of signing, but may require delivery or other elements.

Expungement

Expungement of a Criminal record means that the record of the criminal record is sealed and the details are not revealed. 

Exucution

The act of generating a public document. This will generally involve drafting the document, and having it signed by the issuing official and/or sealed or stamped by the issuing authority. The execution of a public document is governed by the law that applies in the territory where the document is executed.

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