to the best of (one's) knowledge

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to the best of (one's) knowledge

As far as one is aware; according to one's genuine knowledge or opinion. The shopkeeper assured investigators that, to the best of his knowledge, he had not seen the suspect pass through that morning. To the best of my knowledge, we should be done with the seminar around lunchtime.
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to the best of your beˈlief/ˈknowledge

as far as you know: He never made a will, to the best of my knowledge.
See also: belief, knowledge, of
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If a knowledge and belief provision appears in a health insurance application, for practical purposes, the question becomes: If one answers to the best of one's knowledge and belief, how can he or she be penalized except due to extrinsic evidence of fraud?
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