Industrial and Commercial Property (Protection) Act, 1927

Sealed copies of documents in office to be evidence.

146.—Printed or written copies or extracts, purporting to be certified by the controller or an officer of the controller and sealed with the seal of the controller, of or from patents, specifications, designs, trade marks, and other documents in the Office, and of or from registers and other books kept there, shall be admitted in evidence in all courts and in all legal proceedings without further proof or production of the originals.