Full Faith and Credit Clause

Definition of "Full Faith and Credit Clause"
  1. A provision within Article IV of the U.S. Constitution that mandates states to recognize and respect the public actions, documents, and court decisions of the other states
How to use "Full Faith and Credit Clause" in a sentence
  1. The Full Faith and Credit Clause ensures a driver's license issued in one state is recognized in all other states.
  2. Because of the Full Faith and Credit Clause, a marriage legally performed in any state is recognized by all other states.
  3. The Full Faith and Credit Clause obligates states to uphold the judgments passed by courts in other states.

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