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37. Procedure and Evidence for Evidential Purposes

1. The register referred to in section 11(c) serves as evidence of all matters which, in terms of this Act, are required or permitted to be noted therein.

2. A certificate purporting to be signed by the registrar to the effect that an entry has or has not been made in the register or that any other function authorised by this Act to be performed, has or has not been performed, is evidence of the matters specified in that certificate.

3. A copy of an entry in the register or of a document in the custody of the registrar, or an extract from the register or from any such document, purporting to be certified by the registrar, may be admitted as evidence in all courts without further proof or production of the original.

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