[(1) This section applies where a charge is registered in accordance with a provision of this Chapter.
(2) The registrar must—
(a) allocate to the charge a unique reference code and place a note in the register recording that reference code; and
(b) include in the register any documents delivered under section 859A(3) or (5), 859B(3), (4) or (7), or 859C(3).
(3) The registrar must give a certificate of the registration of the charge to the person who delivered to the registrar a section 859D statement of particulars relating to the charge.
(4) The certificate must state—
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