- An admission, confirmation, concession, or recognition of the existence of a fact. An authentication of an instrument or writing by a declaration or statement under oath by the person whose name appears as a signer that he executed the instrument or writing; also the certificate of the officer who administered the oath under which such declaration or statement was made. 1 Am J2d Ack § 1. An instrument is acknowledged when an acknowledgment of it is made to the proper officer in the manner and under the circumstances prescribed by law. Hayden v Moffat, 74 Tex 647. See conditional acknowledgment, infra.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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