[11(1)In any proceedings under section 28I, 28K or 28L, a certificate signed by or on behalf of a Minister of the Crown and certifying that any conditions or requirements specified in the certificate—
(a)were imposed by a Minister of the Crown, and
(b)were in operation at a time or throughout a time so specified,
shall be conclusive evidence of the matters certified.
(2)A document purporting to be such a certificate shall be received in evidence and, unless the contrary is proved, be deemed to be such a certificate.]
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