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    /t/

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    Is this the right abbreviation to use when a document was signed in the original but is being reproduced in a different form? Or was it /f/? Or is this totally outdated and replaced with some other indication?

    Thanks a million!!!!
    Authormairead11 Jul 06, 11:05
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    Which abbreviation are you talking about?
    #1Authorhein mück11 Jul 06, 11:08
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    Sorry if it wasn't clear. It would look something like this at the end of a letter indicating that a signed original is on file somewhere:

    Yours sincerely,

    /t/

    Person's name



    #2Authormairead11 Jul 06, 11:11
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    I would write:

    Kind regards,

    (Signature)
    Andreas S
    #3AuthorAndreasS11 Jul 06, 11:35
     
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