1. Criteria for setting priority. How is priority established? Is priority guaranteed by the fact of presenting firstly a document against other document that is potentially incompatible?

Priority of entries is not shown explicitely. The law states that the document that comes in first, has the first priorty (there are some exceptions). The date and time of entry is shown in the L.R. so people that inquire the L.R. can take there own conclusions.

This also has to do with the fact that a deed that is contrary to a previous deed cannot be refused by the registrar.

2. Are there any possibilities of that a document presented later may go ahead or prevail in priority rather than other documents or deeds presented earlier?

Are there any possibilities of that a document presented later may go ahead or prevail in priority rather than other documents or deeds presented earlier?

This is possible with some types of seizures. But in general the earlier deed prevails.

3. Let’s suppose a document presented firstly that consequently holds priority but is affected by defects or lack of legal requirements. How long would it keep priority against other document presented later?

Let’s suppose a document presented firstly that consequently holds priority but is affected by defects or lack of legal requirements. How long would it keep priority against other document presented later?

For some defects a deed will be refused. If a deed is refused by the registrar it will not keep it’s rank, but is retracted out of the register.

For some defects a deed will be entered but with remarks of the registrar that the applicant has to make some changes or improve the deed. In that case the deed will hold it’s rank.