Does the phrase "to be reviewed and approved by [someone]" indicate that the actor must take the specified actions (i.e., review and approve)?

  • Not in a sane world. Normally the power to approve involves the power to withhold approval. – TRomano Mar 21 at 18:13

It's correct. You can say like

These documents have to be reviewed and approved by the manager.

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