(1) There continues to be a Police Registration and Services Board.
(2) The PRS Board—
(a) is a body corporate with perpetual succession; and
(b) must have a common seal; and
(c) may sue and be sued; and
(d) may acquire, hold or dispose of real and personal property; and
(e) may do and suffer all acts and things that a body corporate may by law do and suffer.
(3) The common seal of the PRS Board must be kept as directed by the Board and may only be used as authorised by the Board.
(4) All courts must take judicial notice of the common seal on a document and, until the contrary is proved, must presume that the document was properly sealed.
(5) The PRS Board is the same body as that established by section 87 of the Police Regulation Act 1958 as in force immediately before the commencement of section 278 of this Act.