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What does this mean...INVALID ADDRESS OVERRIDE PURSUANT TO

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What does this mean...INVALID ADDRESS OVERRIDE PURSUANT TO BOOKING
This is typically a command that is used in the system to note that when the address was placed into the system at time of booking it was not recognized by the system automatically and had to be manually entered. It lets those looking at the record know that while the address is in the system, it may not be a correct or valid address because it was not recognized by the system automatically at the time it was entered.


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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Just so I'm clear on this, just because the system didn't recognize the address and it was manually entered doesn't automatically imply that a false address was given by the defendent.
It does not imply the address is false, it also does not imply the address is valid as it would with an address verified by their system. It is merely notice to those looking at the record that the address was not verified through the system and had to be manually entered.
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