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FAQ
  Great Seal/Authentications
What is a certified copy of a document?
 
Answer:
A certified copy is a duplicate of an original document that is certified as a true copy by the officer having custody of the original. Michigan notaries are prohibited from issuing certified copies of any records or documents. Requests for certified copies should be directed to the agency that holds or issued the original.

 

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