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Certificate Of Inspection (also, certificate of quality) [Last Updated by: admin on 2012-01-01]
A document certifying the quality, quantity and/or price of a given shipment of goods. The inspection certificate is often required by buyers, especially those paying via documentary credit, from sellers, in order to assure that the goods are of contract quality. Generally, the buyer will designate a neutral, independent inspection company.

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