validate
val·i·date /'va-lə-ˌdāt/ vt -dat·ed, -dat·ing
1 a: to make valid
b: to grant official sanction to by marking
2: to confirm the validity of (an election)
val·i·da·tion /ˌva-lə-'dā-shən/ n

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

validate
I verb accept, affirm, approve, attest, authorize, certify, circumstantiate, confirm, corroborate, declare legal, declare valid, endorse, give legal force, legalize, legitimatize, legitimize, make binding, make legal, make valid, prove, qualify, ratify, sanction, seal, stamp, substantiate, verify, warrant associated concepts: validate a sale, validate records II index accredit, affirm (uphold), approve, attest, authorize, bear (adduce), certify (approve), certify (attest), confirm, constitute (establish), corroborate, cosign, demonstrate (establish), document, endorse, establish (show), formalize, indorse, legalize, legitimate, notarize, pass (approve), prove, quote, sanction, seal (solemnize), sign, substantiate, support (corroborate), sustain (confirm), verify (confirm), witness (attest to)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


validate
v.
To make valid.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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