Home  > LawServer Pro  > Business Law  > Financial Services  > Banking  > South Carolina Code 34-3-540. Copies and reproductions of bank records; admissibility in evidence 
Search the Code of Laws of South Carolina

South Carolina Code 34-3-540. Copies and reproductions of bank records; admissibility in evidence

(A) Any corporation, institution, or association whose deposits are insured by the federal government or an agency or a nonprofit corporation that has been designated by the State to originate or hold educational loans made to or on behalf of students may cause promissory notes, checks, drafts, and records kept by the corporation, institution, association, or agency to be copied or reproduced by:

(1) photostatic, photographic, or microfilming process; or

(2) electronic graphic imaging through scanning, digitizing, or other means.

(B) These processes or means must correctly copy, reproduce, or form a medium for copying or reproducing the original record so that an accurate facsimile of the original can be printed or otherwise reproduced on paper, film, or similar medium. The reproduction is considered an original record for all purposes and must be treated as an original record in all courts or administrative agencies for the purpose of its admissibility into evidence, regardless of whether the institution retains or disposes of the original, provided that the original document otherwise qualified as a business record pursuant to the South Carolina Uniform Business Records as Evidence Act or the appropriate state or federal rules of evidence.

Legislative history
1962 Code Section 8-268; 1956 (49) 1673; 1957 (50) 179; 1960 (51) 1673; 1985 Act No. 128, Section 4; 1995 Act No. 132, Section 1, eff June 28, 1995; 1998 Act No. 331, Section 1, eff June 9, 1998.
Comments (0)add comment

Post a comment or question below.
smaller | bigger

busy
 
Email  Email Print  Print   Digg

monotone-frail