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SUPREME COURT (CRIMINAL PROCEDURE) RULES 2017 - REG 1.13

Authentication

    (1)     A judgment or order of the Court in a proceeding to which these Rules relate may be authenticated in accordance with this Rule.

    (2)     Subject to paragraph (3), a judgment or order of the Court is authenticated when the judgment or order, having been drawn up, is signed by a Judge of the Court, an Associate Judge or a judicial registrar, as the case requires, or sealed by the Prothonotary.

    (3)     In a proceeding in the Court of Appeal, a judgment or order of the Court is authenticated when the judgment or order, having been drawn up, is signed by a member of the Court of Appeal or the Registrar.



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