How do you say "To the best of your knowledge." in Spanish?

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I would like to know how to interpret the following sentence into Spanish, please. "To the best of your knowledge."

Thanks

Gloria

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updated SEP 1, 2009
posted by gherrera

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Another internet web site, About.Com:Spanish Language, translates two probably pertinent phrases this way:

que yo sepa — as far as I know

según mi leal saber y entender — to the best of my knowledge

if these are correct, then **is the following also correct?:

según su leal saber y entender — to the best of your knowledge and belief and,

is the answer to Gloria's question simply:

según su leal saber — to the best of your knowledge

Also, does Gloria's question here cause us to confront the difference between "saber" and "conocer" once again. If it does, I suggest no answer that uses "conocer" as its dominant verb is correct. But, what do others think??

Recuerdos/Best Wishes

Moe

updated SEP 1, 2009
edited by Moe
posted by Moe
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"De lo que sepa(s)." - Of what you know.

"Al mejor de su conocimiento." - To the best of your knowledge (familiarity).

updated SEP 1, 2009
posted by Nathaniel
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Hola Gloria

According to the translator on this site, it is ...

a lo mejor de su conocimiento

updated SEP 1, 2009
edited by debdelafuente
posted by debdelafuente