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Shop-Book Rule

A doctrine that allows the admission into evidence of books that consist of original entries made in the normal course of a business, which are introduced to the court from proper custody upon general authentication.

In the law of evidence, the shop-book rule is one of several exceptions to the rule against HEARSAY.

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