Arizona Revised Statute Section 23-104 addresses the ministerial issue of how records of the orders and proceedings of the Arizona Industrial Commission shall be authenticated. The statute states:
A. The commission shall have an official seal for the authentication of its orders and proceedings. Upon the seal shall be engraved the words, "industrial commission of Arizona" and such other design as the commission prescribes.
B. Copies of orders of records of the commission certified by the secretary of the commission under its seal shall be admissible in evidence.
As set forth in subsection B, properly authenticated records of the Arizona Industrial Commission may be admitted into evidence in other court proceedings. If you are involved in an Arizona employment law matter where the authenticity of evidence is an issue, you should discuss the case with an experienced Arizona lawyer.