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    Q. What are the duties of a registering officer when a document is presented for registration discuss. (2000)(2001)(2004)
    Q. What procedure is adopted by registering officer when a document is duly presented to him for registration? explain (2007)
    1. Introduction:

    When a document is presented for registration to the registration officer, he endorse on every document presented before him, date, place or registration and signature of the person presenting such document and gives receipt for such document to person presenting the same.
    2. Relevant provisions:
    Sec. 52-62 registration act.
    3. Duties of registering officers when document is presented:
    The duties of registering officer when document is presented, are following.
    (i) Endorsement on document:
    The day hour and place of presentation and signature of every person presenting a document for registration shall be endorsed on every such document at the time of presenting it.
    Case law
    PLD 1975 Kar. 786.
    It was held that registrar is under no obligation to verify the contents of the document sought to be registered.
    (ii) Duty to give receipt:
    A receipt of such document shall be given by the registering officer for person presenting the same.
    (iii) Duty to copy every presented document:
    A document admitted to registration shall without delay be copied in the book appropriate according to the order of its admission.
    (iv) Duty to issue certified copy:
    It is the duty of the registering office to issue certified copy of the document registered in his office to person who applied for such copies.
    (v) Certificate of registration:
    The registering officer shall endorse there on a certificate containing the word registered together with the number and page of the book in which the document has been copied. such certificate shall be admissible for purpose of proving that the document has been duly registered in manner provided by this act.
    (vi) Duty to return registered document:
    The Duty document if registered completely by the registering officer shall be returned to the person who presented the document for the registration or the person nominated by him.
    4. Conclusion:
    To conclude I can say that registering officer is empowered under the registration act to register a document presented by a person. if he is not satisfied he can refuse to register the document. on his refusal to register the document. on his refusal to register the document different remedies are available.

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