What Is a Bates Number?

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A bates number is a unique serial number affixed to every page of a document collected. It is usually attached to a document image electronically. It is mainly used in the legal, medical and business fields to place identifying numbers and/or time-marks/date on images and documents.
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The Bates system allows legal personnel to organize and recover individual pages from legal documents. Individual pages are marked with an alphanumeric code comprising a relevant
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The Bates Numbering Machine was named after the inventor Edxin G. Bates of New York. He recieved several patents for his device that were valid between 1891 to 1901.
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