Deposit of original instruments creating powers-of-attorney
4. (a) An instrument creating a power-of-attorney, its execution being verified by affidavit, statutory declaration or other sufficient evidence, may, with the affidavit or declaration, if any, be deposited in the [High Court Division].
(b) A separate file of instruments so deposited shall be kept; and any person may search that file, and inspect every instrument so deposited; and a certified copy thereof shall be delivered out to him on request.
(c) A copy of an instrument so deposited may be presented at the office and may be stamped or marked as a certified copy, and, when so stamped or marked, shall become and be a certified copy.
(d) A certified copy of an instrument so deposited shall, without further proof, be sufficient evidence of the contents of the instrument and of the deposit thereof in the [High Court Division].
(e) The [Supreme Court] may, from time to time, make rules for the purposes of this section, and prescribing, with the concurrence of the [Government], the fees to be taken under clauses (a), (b) and (c).
(f) [Repealed by section 48 of the Lower Burma Courts Act, 1900 (Act No. VI of 1900).]
(g) This section applies to instruments creating powers-of-attorney executed either before or after this Act comes into force.