(1) Copies provided under section 1086 in hard copy form must be certified as true copies unless the applicant dispenses with such certification.
(2) Copies so provided in electronic form must not be certified as true copies unless the applicant expressly requests such certification.
(3) A copy provided under section 1086, certified by the registrar (whose official position it is unnecessary to prove) to be an accurate record of the contents of the original document, is in all legal proceedings admissible in evidence—
(a) as of equal validity with the original document, and
(b) as evidence (in Scotland, sufficient evidence) of
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