220 Documents under seal and certain signatures to be judicially noticed


Every document bearing the seal of the Authority or the court is to be received in evidence without further proof, and the signature of a member of the Authority, or of a Judge, or of the Registrar of the court, or of an officer of the Authority is to be judicially noticed in or before any court or before any person or officer acting judicially or under any power or authority conferred by this Act, if the signature is attached to some order, certificate, or other official document made or purporting to be made under this Act or under any Act or provision of an Act repealed by this Act.


No proof is required of the handwriting or official position of any person acting under this section.

Compare: 1991 No 22 s 139