A Public Document is a document that is issued by a government body and has a specific legal standing. Examples include birth certificates, marriage licenses, and academic transcripts.
Types of Public Documents
Vital Records: Includes birth, death, and marriage certificates.
Court Documents: Legal rulings, probate records, and more.
Administrative Documents: Licenses, permits, and other regulatory documents.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Do public documents require additional verification?
Often, these documents do require further verification, especially if they are to be used in foreign jurisdictions.
Are digital copies of public documents valid?
This varies by jurisdiction and the nature of the transaction.