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Meaning of Shop Book Rule
A rule of evidence permitting the introduction of books of original entry made in the usual course of business where it is produced from proper custody and upon general authentication. This rule is a departure from the common law principle that a party shall not be permitted to make evidence for himself. See Lassone v Boston & L.R. Co., 66 N.H. 345, 24 A. 902.
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