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A "place of authentication" was a legal institution peculiar to the Kingdom of Hungary. They were chapters or monasteries obliged to offer services similar the ones now provided by public notaries. For instance, they drew up contracts known as "confessions", issued authentic copies of any document kept by or presented to them, and bore witness to the scene of any sort of legal act. Besides their own archives, they also took care of private papers of local noblemen.
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