I-15.1 - Act respecting market intermediaries

Full text
217. The signature of the Inspector General on copies of documents, registers or records is proof of the existence of the documents and that they are lawfully in the possession of the Inspector General.
Any copy signed by the Inspector General is equivalent to the original itself in any court of justice and any document or copy purporting to bear his signature is deemed to do so until proof of the contrary.
1989, c. 48, s. 217.