A-23.1 - Act respecting the National Assembly

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123. No deed, document or writing binds the Assembly or may be attributed to the President unless it is signed by him, by the Secretary General or by another officer, and only, in this last case, to the extent determined by regulation of the Office.
The Office may, however, upon the conditions it fixes, allow the required signature to be affixed by means of an automatic device to such documents as it determines.
The Office may also allow a facsimile of the signature to be engraved, lithographed or printed on such documents as it determines. In such a case, the facsimile has the same force as the signature itself if the document is countersigned by a person authorized by the President.
Any copy of a document forming part of the records of the services of the Assembly and certified true by a person authorized to sign the document under the first paragraph is authentic and has the same force as the original.
1982, c. 62, s. 123.