Many documents which may assist in determining boundaries may be admissible by virtue of the Civil Evidence Act 1995, which provides that a document1 which is shown to form part of the records2 of a business3 or public authority4 may be received in evidence without further proof5. For a document to be taken to form part of the records of a business or public authority, a certificate to that effect signed by an officer
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