Agricultural Credit Act, 1947


Miscellaneous Provisions.

Evidence of indebtedness to the Corporation.

53.—Notwithstanding anything contained in any rules of court or in the Enforcement of Courts Orders Acts, 1926 to 1940, in any proceedings in any court of law for the recovery by the Corporation of any moneys owing to the Corporation whether for principal, interest, or otherwise in respect of any loan or advance made (whether before or after the passing of this Act) by the Corporation, a certificate in writing purporting to be sealed with the seal of the Corporation stating that a specified sum of money was due at the date of such certificate to the Corporation by a specified person on account of a specified loan or advance by the Corporation shall, at any time within one month after the date purported to be borne by such certificate and without proof of the seal of the Corporation or of the due affixing thereof to such certificate, be prima facie evidence that the sum specified in such certificate is and remains due and owing to the Corporation by the person and on the account specified in such certificate.