—(1) Any person desiring to register an instrument under this Act shall present to the Registrar —
in the case of instruments other than private Acts, probates, letters of administration, orders of court and certificates of appointment of trustee in bankruptcy, the original and a memorial thereof;
in the case of orders of court or certificates of appointment of trustee in bankruptcy, an office copy and a memorial thereof;
in the case of a private Act, a copy printed by the Government Printer and a memorial thereof;
in the case of probates or letters of administration, a memorial thereof prepared in accordance with the rules together with the probates or letters of administration; and
in the case of a memorandum of lien or charge, or a memorandum of discharge of lien or charge, the original and a memorial thereof.
(2) Where the Registrar has accepted any instrument for provisional registration under this Act, he shall —
allot a volume and number of the register to that instrument; and
endorse on the instrument or its memorial the volume and number which has been allotted and the date and time of acceptance of the instrument for provisional registration.
(3) As soon as conveniently may be after the provisional registration of any instrument has been effected, the instrument or its memorial shall be duly enrolled in the register by an entry made in the index to land which is maintained by the Registrar for the purposes of the registration of instruments under this Act.
(4) Upon the presentation for registration of an instrument affecting any land that has not been surveyed and demarcated to the satisfaction of the Chief Surveyor, the person on whose behalf the instrument is so presented shall be deemed to have made an application for the land to be surveyed and demarcated under the direction of the Chief Surveyor, and for the purposes of satisfying the Chief Surveyor on the survey and demarcation of the land, such person may either make application to the Chief Surveyor for the survey to be carried out by the Government Survey Department in which case the Chief Surveyor may either cause the survey to be carried out by the Government Survey Department or direct that a registered surveyor be employed to carry out the survey, or such person may satisfy the Registrar by annexing an assurance plan to the instrument which has been approved by the Chief Surveyor as provided in section 13(1)(c).