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SUPREME COURT ACT 1935 - SECT 15

15—Seal of court

        (1)         The court shall continue to have and use a seal bearing a device or impression of the Royal Arms, within an exergue or label surrounding the same, and with the following inscription: "Supreme Court, South Australia"; and the said seal shall be kept in the custody of the registrar.

        (2)         There shall also be kept and used such other seals as are required for the business of the court, and such seals shall be in such form and kept in such custody as the Chief Justice directs.

        (3)         All documents and exemplifications and copies thereof purporting to be sealed with any such seal shall be receivable in evidence without further proof of the seal.



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