Who shall be deemed to have the custody of certified copies as per S. 76 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872?

A Court Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
B maker of the document Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
C party who has made application for certified copy. Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
D an officer authorised to deliver the certified copy as a part of his duty. Correct Answer Incorrect Answer


As per S. 76 Explanation- S. 76. Certified copies of public documents. –– Every public officer having the custody of a public document, which any person has a right to inspect, shall give that person on demand a copy of it on payment of the legal fees there for, together with a certificate written at the foot of such copy that it is a true copy of such document or part thereof, as the case may be, and such certificate shall be dated and subscribed by such officer with his name and his official title, and shall be sealed, whenever such officer is authorized by law to make use of a seal; and such copies so certified shall be called certified copies. Explanation. –– Any officer who, by the ordinary course of official duty, is authorized to deliver such copies, shall be deemed to have the custody of such documents within the meaning of this section.