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10 .         Seal

        (1)         The Registrar shall have a seal which shall be in a form, and applied by means, approved by the Registrar.

        (2)         Certificates of title and other documents purporting to be marked with the seal, other than copies or print-outs of documents provided under section 239(3), shall be admissible as evidence without further proof.

        (3)         The mark of the seal on any entry or memorandum entered in the Register or on any registered instrument or its duplicate shall be treated by any court or person having by law or by consent of parties authority to receive evidence as conclusive evidence that —

            (a)         the entry or memorandum has been duly entered in the Register; and

            (b)         the instrument, or the instrument to which the duplicate, entry or memorandum relates, has been duly registered.

        (4)         The mark of the seal on any memorandum referred to in section 54 shall be treated by all courts as conclusive evidence that the memorandum has been duly filed under that section.

        [Section 10 inserted: No. 81 of 1996 s. 6 3 ; amended: No. 6 of 2003 s. 7.]

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