New York Rapid Transit Law
Sec. § 106
Records; Prima Facie Evidence


The record of the proceedings of the board of transportation, and the records and printed minutes of the transit commission, of the former transit construction commissioner, of the former public service commission for the first district, and of the former board of rapid transit railroad commissioners, transferred to the board of transportation, or certified copies thereof when such certified copies are authorized by this chapter to be delivered to the board of transportation instead of originals, shall be prima facie evidence of the proceedings of the board of transportation, of the transit commission, of the former transit construction commissioner, of the former public service commission for the first district, or of the former board of rapid transit railroad commissioners, as the case may be, in respect to matters concerning which such records or minutes relate. Certified copies of such records or papers shall in like manner constitute prima facie evidence.
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Dec. 13, 2016