90. In the case contemplated in paragraph 3 of article 89, the affidavit must be accompanied by the deposit in the office of the court of an amount sufficient to cover the costs of the commission to be charged with checking the authenticity of the document.
If the document denied is one of those contemplated in paragraphs 5, 5a, 6 and 7 of article 1220 of the Civil Code, and a copy only has been filed in the record, the party wishing to make use thereof must prove its authenticity and, for that purpose, may obtain from the judge an order enjoining the person who has charge of the original to deliver it to the prothonotary, who must furnish him, at the expense of the contesting party, with a certified copy.
The original the authenticity of which is denied may be attached to the commission required to obtain its proof.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 80, a. 90.