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The director may make the examination and require further information the director considers advisable. Upon presentation of satisfactory evidence that the domestic society has complied with all the provisions of law, the director shall issue to the society a certificate of authority to that effect and that the society is authorized to transact business under this chapter. The certificate of authority shall be prima facie evidence of the existence of the society at the date of the certificate. The director shall cause a record of the certificate of authority to be made. A certified copy of the record may be given in evidence with like effect as the original certificate of authority.
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