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(1)An official copy of, or of any part of—
(a)a register of common land or town or village greens,
(b)any document kept by a commons registration authority which is referred to in such a register, or
(c)any other document kept by a commons registration authority which relates to an application made at any time in relation to such a register,
is admissible in evidence to the same extent as the original.
(2)Regulations may make provision for the issue of official copies and may in particular make provision about—
(a)the form of official copies;
(b)who may issue official copies;
(c)applications for official copies;
(d)the conditions to be met by applicants for official copies.
(3)Conditions under subsection (2)(d) may include conditions requiring the payment of a fee (which may be a fee determined by a commons registration authority).
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