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  490.560.  Notary's certificate of protest. — The certificate of a notary public, protesting a bill of exchange or negotiable promissory note, without as well as within this state, setting forth the demand of payment, refusal, protest therefor, and notice of dishonor to parties thereto, and the manner of each of said acts, and verified by his affidavit, shall, in all courts in this state, be prima facie evidence of such acts; provided, such certificate be filed in the cause for at least fifteen days before the trial thereof.


(RSMo 1939 § 1862)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 1698; 1919 § 5385; 1909 § 6329

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