53. Evidentiary provisions
(1) The register shall be received by all courts and tribunals as evidence of all matters required or authorised by this Part to be entered in the register.
(2) The Minister may, on payment of the prescribed fee, supply copies of or extracts from the register or of or from any instrument lodged with him under this Part certified by writing under his hand, and a copy or extract so certified is admissible in writing in all courts and proceedings without further proof or production of the original.
(3) The Minister may, on payment of the prescribed fee by instrument in writing under his hand, certify that an entry, matter or thing required or permitted by or under this Part to be made or done has or has not, as the case may be, been made or done and such a certificate is evidence in all courts and proceedings of the statements contained in the certificate.