Crimes (Domestic and Personal Violence) Act 2007 No 80
Current version for 28 March 2020 to date (accessed 4 June 2020 at 06:27)
Part 13B Division 5 Section 98ZT
98ZT   Certificate evidence—notification
(1)  An authorised officer of New South Wales may issue a certificate in writing certifying any of the following matters—
(a)  that the making of a local DVO has been properly notified under the law of New South Wales,
(b)  that a variation to a DVO that was done in New South Wales has been properly notified under the law of New South Wales.
(2)  The certificate is admissible in evidence in any proceedings and is evidence of the matters certified.
(3)  A certificate in writing purporting to be signed by an authorised officer of another jurisdiction and certifying any of the following matters is admissible in evidence in any proceedings and is evidence of the matters certified—
(a)  that the making of a DVO in that jurisdiction has been properly notified under the law of that jurisdiction,
(b)  that a variation to a DVO that was done in that jurisdiction has been properly notified under the law of that jurisdiction.
(4)  In any document, the words “authorised officer” after a signature are evidence that the person whose signature it purports to be is in fact an authorised officer.
(5)  In this section—
authorised officer of another jurisdiction means a person (whether or not designated as an authorised officer) who is authorised under the law of another jurisdiction to issue a certificate certifying that the making or variation of a DVO has been properly notified under the law of that jurisdiction.
authorised officer of New South Wales means—
(a)  a registrar of a court of New South Wales, or
(b)  a police officer in the NSW Police Force of or above the rank of sergeant.
Note.
 The meaning of authorised officer in this section is different from the meaning of that term in the rest of this Act or from the meaning that the term has in the Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act 2002.