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acknowledge + to infinitive or + verb ing

Obviously, your source is misleading. I do not say wrong, but “circumstances alter cases.” Your source is talking about a gerund, which is a participle used as a noun. The governor acknowledged ...
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acknowledge + to infinitive or + verb ing

So we're talking here about the catenative construction, where the catenative verb "acknowledge" has a non-finite clause as its complement. The admissibilty of the non-finite clause depends ...
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for using our equipment

In neither pair of sentences is there any indication about when the payment was made. It could have been before, after or even some time during the equipment use / car driving. As far as I am aware ...
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