The Certificate of Title is an owner’s evidence of ownership issued by the State of Hawaii for Land Court Property. It takes affect from the date of the transcription of the decree (see Final Decree/Decree). This transcription is the Original Certificate of Title. The Certificate of Title also shows that the owner holds it free from all encumbrances except those noted on it and certain statutory encumbrances. An owner desiring to convey in full his registered land or any portion there of, shall execute a deed of conveyance. Upon presentation to the Assistant Registrar at the Bureau of Conveyances, a new Certificate of Title is issued in the name of the new owner called the Transfer Certificate of Title. All Certificates are numbered.