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An example of "full faith and credit" (recognizing each states public acts and records and judicial proceedings) would be: a. recognizing an automobile title c. returning fugitives b. recognizing
agreements between states d. lawsuits against two or more states
An example of "full faith and credit" (recognizing each states public acts and records and judicial proceedings) would be: b. recognizing agreements between states.
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