The authorities are designated only by their character, and if they are not national in scope, by place.
The registration by virtue of a will will express, where appropriate, in addition to its date, the date of the notarization and the Notary Public authorizing it.
Additions, apostilles, line spacing, scratches, tested amendments will not be used in the entries and certifications. However, a line will be put on the wrong or unnecessary words so that it does not impede their reading.
These erasures and omissions will be saved at the end, before the date and signature, by the person issuing the entry or certification; In this case, the data box will be covered with an ink line and the data will be entered by hand; After the erasures or omissions, with correlative numbers in parentheses, the appropriate calls will be made to the place where they are saved.
The boxes, when they are unnecessary, will be covered with an ink line, without the need to save them.
A seat will not be closed without the person who must subscribe it knowing its content; if he cannot read, the Warden will read him.
The office seal will not be affixed to the entries and proceedings of the Registry books.
The annotation will include the fact that it informs, and prominently, both in the entry and in the certification, the nature of such, its merely informative value and that in no case constitutes the proof that the registration provides.
Once a fact has been recorded, its registration may be practiced marginally by simple reference to the content of the annotation.
The annotations can be rectified and canceled by virtue of a governmental file in which the inaccuracy is accredited or by sufficient title to rectify or cancel the corresponding registration.
The procedure annotation will refer to the claim deducted insofar as it affects the content of the Registry. The margin of the affected folio will be extended, but if a main registration is intended in the procedure, the annotation will open the registry folio.
The title to practice it is the judicial order, issued ex officio or at the request of a party, by virtue of a principle of sufficient proof. In canonical matrimonial proceedings, the competent body for the command is the one that is competent to adopt civil measures derived from the filing of the claim.
The entry will expire and will be canceled ex officio four years after its date; Successive extensions for the same term are possible, obtained as the entry, and will be recorded, like this one, in the Registry.