P-9.002 - Cultural Heritage Act

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7. The certified extracts issued by the registrar are authentic. The signature of the registrar on the copy of a document is proof that the document exists and is lawfully in the registrar’s possession.
A copy signed by the registrar is equivalent to the original itself in a court of justice, and any document purporting to bear the registrar’s signature is presumed to do so.
2011, c. 21, s. 7.