At any formal meeting, you appoint a secretary to takes the minutes, and another person to go through the minutes after the meeting and check that everything is correct, right? Now I'm wondering what you call this other person? I was thinking perhaps "attestant" (because they attest that the minutes are correct), but I haven't been able to find any support for this in dictionaries or when I google it.
Note that this is not a duplicate of the post "What is the person who takes minutes in a meeting called?" since I'm asking about a different role, which is not discussed at all in that post. Thing is, the role discussed in the other post is ”the minute-taker”, which has an exact match in my language/culture. In my culture, the minute-taker role is, however, separate from the role I’m asking about in this post; that is, we have both a minute-taker and a role called ”justerare” (i.e. a person whose sole responsibility is to proofread the minutes and sign off on them). Apparently, this latter role doesn’t exist in an English meeting context; instead, the duty of this role is taken over by other roles (among them the minute-taker), but this is not clear from (or even discussed in) the suggested duplicate. Consequently, I think the present post serves its own purpose :)