<This section is suspended through the COVID-19 disaster emergency relief period. See Executive Order No. 20-04 (2019 HI EO 20-04) signed on April 16, 2020, and executive actions issued subsequent thereto.>
The certificate first registered in pursuance of a decree of registration in regard
to any parcel of land shall be entitled in the registration book “original certificate
of title, entered pursuant to decree of the land court, dated at” (stating time and
place of entry of decree and the number of the case). The certificate shall take effect from the date of the transcription of the decree.
Subsequent certificates relating to the same land shall be in like form, but shall
be entitled “transfer from No․․․․ ” (the number of the next previous certificate relating to the same land); and also
the words “originally registered” (date, volume, and page of registration); except
that where land after original registration is registered in heirs or devisees, the
certificate shall be entitled “registered transfer by descent or devise from No․․․․ ” and shall contain the same information as to the decree as an original certificate.
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