(1) A certificate signed by the Registrar in relation to the matters referred to in subsection (2) is for all purposes sufficient evidence, in the absence of proof to the contrary, of those matters specified in the certificate.
(2) The matters are—
(a) that any person was or was not licensed at any particular time or during any period specified in the certificate; or
(b) the type of licence that a person held at any specified time or during any specified period; or
(c) that any entry in the register is as stated in the certificate.