Title 24, Chapter 5, Section 23
(a) When a record has been burned or otherwise destroyed, its
contents may be proved by secondary evidence which does not disclose
the existence of other and better evidence.
(b) If the registry has also been destroyed before a copy of an
original paper has been made and certified, any secondary evidence
shall be admissible to prove the original and its registry which
does not disclose the existence of other and better evidence.
(c) If the original is found to have been recorded and it does not
appear whether it was done on proper probate, the court shall
presume, until the contrary appears, that the same was done on