—(1) In all legal proceedings relating to a protected international trade mark (Singapore), the registration of a person as the holder of a protected international trade mark (Singapore) shall be prima facie evidence of the validity of the original international registration and of any subsequent assignment or other transmission of it.
(2) Judicial notice shall be taken of the following:
the Madrid Protocol and the Common Regulations;
a copy of an entry in the International Register issued by the International Bureau;
a copy of the periodical gazette published by the International Bureau.
(3) Any document mentioned in paragraph (2)(b) or (c) shall be admissible as evidence of any instrument or other act of the International Bureau thereby ommunicated.
(4) Evidence of any instrument issued by the International Bureau or any entry in or extract from such a document may be given in any such proceedings by production of a copy; and such document purporting to be such a copy shall be received in evidence.
(5) In this rule, “legal proceedings” include proceedings before the Registrar.