(a) Legal material in an electronic record that is authenticated under § 10-1604 of this subtitle is presumed to be an accurate copy of the legal material.
(b) If another state has adopted a law substantially similar to this subtitle, legal
material in an electronic record that is designated as official and authenticated
by the official publisher in that state is presumed to be an accurate copy of the
(c) A party contesting the authentication of legal material in an electronic record
authenticated under § 10-1604 of this subtitle has the burden of proving by a preponderance of the evidence that
the record is not authentic.
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