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2(1)The Commissioners shall have an official seal, which shall be officially and judicially noticed.E+W+S+N.I.
(2)The Commissioners’ seal shall be authenticated by the like signature as is required under sub-paragraph (3) below for documents which are to be signed on behalf of the Commissioners.
(3)Any document which is to be signed on behalf of the Commissioners shall be signed by a commissioner, or by a secretary of the office of the Commissioners, or by a person authorised by the Commissioners to act on behalf of a secretary of that office.
(4)Any document purporting to be sealed or signed in accordance with the foregoing provisions of this paragraph shall, unless the contrary is proved, be deemed to have been duly sealed or signed by or on behalf of the Commissioners without proof of the official character or handwriting of the person appearing to have authenticated the seal or signed the document.
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