> The primary entry book or day book is a record of all instruments, including copies of writs and processes, affecting registered lands, which are entered by the RD in the order of their filing, upon payment of the proper fees

> The recording is a preliminary process in registration and shall note the date, hour, and minute of receipt of said instruments

> An instrument shall be regarded as registered only from the time it is noted

> Every deed of instrument shall be numbered and endorsed by the RD with proper reference to the certificate of title

> All records and papers relative to registered land shall be open for examination by the public, subject to such reasonable regulations as the RD may prescribe

> All deeds and voluntary instruments and copies thereof shall be attested and sealed with the RD and copies with the corresponding file number shall be delivered to the person presenting them