Conforming documents

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1. Letters of credit.

In the context of letters of credit, conforming documents are documents specified in the letter of credit, and which are in strict compliance with the terms and conditions of the letter of credit.

These conformed documents would normally include, among others, the bill of lading, invoice and relevant certificates.


2. Law - conformed copies.

A conformed copy of a transaction document is one in which all handwritten signatures and any amendments are recorded in typed form.


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