1. Under S. 63 (1) of Evidence Act, "certified copy" means copy given under S. 76 of the Act by public officer having the custody of that document by paying the necessary fee and the officer shall provide a copy with his signature, date and seal and a certificate that it is a true copy. Certified copy does not mean attested copy.
2. Arbitrator can give a certified copy of the award.
Section 19(4) of Arbitration &conciliation act 1996 said "The power of arbitral tribunal under sub section (3)includes the power to determine the admissibility, relevance ,materiality & weight of any evidence.
My Question are:
Q.1. On which provisions of law ,The Arbitral tribunal can determine the validity & admissibility of evidences?
Q.2. Is the Evidence Submitted under the provisions of Section 65B of Indian Evidence act 1872 is admissible in the Arbitral Tribunal?