Decree of registration

DECREE OF REGISTRATION, Scotch law. A proceeding by which the creditor has immediate execution; it is somewhat like a warrant of attorney to confess judgment. 1 Bell's Com. B. 1, c. 1, p. 4.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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authenticated copy of the decree of registration or patent as the case may be, which was the basis of the certificate of title;
Meanwhile transfer certificates of title (TCTs) shall be reconstituted from the same sources, and in the same order, except that a deed of transfer or other document containing description of the property covered by the TCT and on file with the Registry of Deeds, or an authenticated copy thereof indicating that its original had been registered and pursuant to which the lost or destroyed certificate of title was issued, is sufficient instead of the authenticated copy of the decree of registration or patent required for the reconstitution of an original certificate of title.
Title to the property covered by a Torrens certificate of title becomes indefeasible after the expiration of one year from the entry of decree of registration. Such decree is incontrovertible and is binding on all persons, whether they were notified of or participated in the registration proceedings.