attestor


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Synonyms for attestor

(law) a person who attests to the genuineness of a document or signature by adding their own signature

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Whereas the defensive measures include denying the bases to the miscreants in settled areas by crack down on illegal immigrants, fake CNIC holders and attestors, tenants with suspicious credentials; target hardening of the sensitive and vulnerable areas; crackdown on dissemination of hate material and misuse of loudspeaker to prevent the propagation of sectarian and anti-state sentiments in the province; and enhanced surveillance of persons belonging to proscribed organizations.
Whereas the defensive measures include denying the bases to the miscreants in the settled areas by crack down on illegal immigrants, fake CNIC holders and attestors, tenants with suspicious credentials; target hardening of the sensitive and vulnerable areas; crackdown on dissemination of hate material and misuse of loudspeaker to prevent the propagation of sectarian and anti-state sentiments in the province; and enhanced surveillance of persons belonging to proscribed organizations.
But on the other hand, perhaps the attest function must be shifted to government, where the likelihood of expected performance can be monitored and enhanced, and where attestors can receive adequate and appropriate power and protection to do the work, ask the questions, and write the assessments expected from them.
Advocacy threats--threats that arise from auditors or others in their firm promoting or advocating for or against an auditee or its position or opinion rather than serving as unbiased attestors of the auditees' financial information.
6) The Independence Standards Board's exposure draft of A Conceptual Framework for Auditor Independence (ISB 2000) identifies advocacy threats--threats that arise from auditors or others in their firm promoting or advocating for or against an auditee's position or opinion rather than serving as unbiased attestors of the auditee's financial information--as one of the five primary threats to auditor independence.
Traditionally, both accounting standards boards receive written and oral comments on due process documents only from statement preparers and attestors.
But the odd thing is that the attestors themselves were not poets at all, whereas Wheatley had gained recognition in Boston and in England for her poetry.
Members of the GASAC are chosen from a cross-section of the GASB's state and local government constituencies, including users, preparers, and attestors of financial information.
areas by crackdown on illegal immigrants, fake CNIC holders and attestors, tenants with suspicious credentials; target hardening of the sensitive and vulnerable areas; crackdown on dissemination of hate material and misuse of loudspeaker to prevent the propagation of sectarian and anti-state sentiments in the province; and enhanced surveillance of persons belonging to proscribed organizations.