BANKRUPTCY ACT 1966

PART XIII - EVIDENCE  

SECTION 255   RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS OR EVIDENCE  

255(1)   [Transcripts]  

A transcript or electronic or magnetic recording that purports to be a record of proceedings under section 77C or 81 , or of proceedings before a court, is to be taken to be a record of that kind, unless the contrary is proved.

255(2)   [Admissibility of transcript]  

The transcript or recording is admissible as evidence of the matters described by a person whose words are recorded in the transcript or recording, unless the Court, or a court in which the transcript is sought to be introduced, makes an order to the contrary.

255(3)   [Costs]  

The cost of preparing a transcript or recording is an expense of administration of the estate of the bankrupt or debtor to which the matters recorded relate.




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