|602.01||CERTAIN STATEMENTS PRESUMED TO BE FRAUDULENT.|
|602.02||FACT OF MARRIAGE, HOW PROVED.|
|602.03||EVIDENCE OF CORPORATION OR COPARTNERSHIP.|
|602.04||[Repealed, 1978 c 491 s 1; 1978 c 674 s 46]|
Any statement secured from an injured person at any time within 30 days after such injuries were sustained shall be presumably fraudulent in the trial of any action for damages for injuries sustained by such person or for the death of such person as the result of such injuries. No statement can be used as evidence in any court unless the party so obtaining the statement shall give to such injured person a copy thereof within 30 days after the same was made.
When the fact of marriage is required or offered to be proved before any court, evidence of the admission of such fact by the party against whom the proceeding is instituted, or of general repute, or of cohabitation as married persons, or any other circumstantial or presumptive evidence from which the fact may be inferred, shall be competent.
In actions brought by a corporation or by any persons as copartners, or by the endorsees of any such corporation or copartners, upon any written instrument for the payment of money only, executed by the defendant to such corporation by its corporate name, or to such copartners by their firm name, the production in evidence of the instrument upon which the action is brought shall be prima facie evidence of the existence of such corporation, or that the persons named as payees in such instrument are, and at the time of its execution were, such copartners.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes