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Online PMES - BLP and PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT

  1. 1. PreMembershipEducationSeminarBLP MULTI-PURPOSE COOPERATIVESeries of 2012 1
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  3. 3. THE PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT WAIVED ITS RIGHTSThe Republic of the Philippineswaived its rights over the land thathas been presently found in PUBLICLAND or TITLED LAND but fromFRAUDULENT SOURCE orFRAUDULENT in CHARACTER.(Page 117, DWCA, Civil Case No. 3957-P) 3
  4. 4. P.D. 1529, SEC. 108, COMMONWEALTHACT 141, It is conclusive upon the wholeworld including the GOVERNMENT.Because ALL LAND to which claimanthave acquired imperfect TITLE within thecontemplation of SEC. 48 ofCOMMONWEALTH ACT NO. 141 --- Mostof the land occupied or possessed bythe people throughout the Philippinesare not covered by TITLES issued by theGOVERNMENT. 4
  5. 5. ACT 496 - LAND REGISTRATION ACT REAL PROPERTY 1898 LAW OF ACT 1858 (Modified Version ofTHE LAND Authentic Torrens Torrens System Law) Vaudeville and Hoax, System Law Civil Case 3957-P DWCA TORRENS TORRENS SYSTEM 1898SYSTEM SYSTEM 1858 (Modified Version) (IN REM) Vaudeville and Hoax, Res Judicata Civil Case 3957-P DWCA 5
  6. 6. JUDICIARY LAW ADMINISTRATIVE SUPREME COURT EN LAW BANC G.R. No. 103727 and G.R. 106496EXISTING LAW TORRENS TORRENS SYSTEM SYSTEM REAL PROPERTY 1898 ACT 1858 (IN REM) Act 496 Res Judicata (Modified Version) 6
  7. 7. • TORRENS SYSTEM REAL PROPERTY ACT 1858 RN: A2009-3033, National LibraryCOPYRIGHT • TORRENS SYSTEM PROCEEDING NONE Registration of Real Property Titles and Deeds RN: A2004-1375, National Library 7
  8. 8. TITLING TITLE BY REGISTRATIONPROCESS REGISTRATION OF TITLE MOTHER OCT – 779LAND TITLE Supreme Court EN BANC DECISION NONE 8
  9. 9. TCT e.g. PATENTS: POSSESSORY HOMESTEAD, FREE, LAND DOCUMENT EMANCIPATION, PATRIMONIAL andTITLING Art. 521, 523 and 525, SALES R.A 386 – CIVIL CODE (co-terminus) PRIVATE PUBLICLAND EMINENT DOMAINOWNERSHIP Since Time No Eminent Domain in Immemorial the Philippines - Civil Case No. 3957-P DWCA 9
  10. 10. TEMPORARY LAND PERMANENT but MULTIPLETENURE OWNERSHIP EMINENT DOMAIN PRIVATE PUBLIC LANDDOMAIN LAND No Eminent Domain Since Time in the Philippines – CIVIL CASE NO. 3957- Immemorial P, DWCA 10
  11. 11. ACTUAL / NON-ACTUAL ACTUAL POSSESSION (Multiple ownership, LandAPPLICANT STATUS POSSESSION grabbing scheme and silent confiscation of private property.) Through DENR, DAR, NHA, HLURB, PAG-IBIG, THROUGH GSIS, SSS, Real EstateAPPLICATION BLP COOP Developers and Financing Institutions MEMBERSHIP (Land grabbing scheme and silent confiscation of private property.) 11
  12. 12. NONE Exemptions • Art. 61 and Art 62, YES RA. 9520TAXATION • Section 109 of NIRC, RR No. 20- • Real Property 2001 Tax • Local Government R.A. 7160 Code of 1991 Section 133 and Section 234 12
  13. 13. PRIVILEGES OF NONE TORRENS 13
  14. 14. PRIVILEGES OF NONE TORRENS 14
  15. 15. YESPRESCRIPTION NONE 5 Years (Co-Terminus) Absolute ADMINISTRATORMANAGEMENT Owner (EXECUTIVE (BLP Co-Op) BRANCH) Implementing Arms 15
  16. 16. EMINENT AUTONOMOUS POWER POWER DOMAIN No Eminent Domain in AND • R.A. 5185 the Philippines - CivilAUTHORITY • Art. 4 (4), R.A. 9520 Case No. 3957-P DWCA • Art. 428, R.A. 386 (PRIVATELY OWNED since TIME IMMEMORIAL) THE CHAIRMAN, • Register of Deeds (RD)AUTHRORIZED DR. ALMIRANTE • LRA Administrator SIGNATURE “ALVIN” G. • Secretary: DENR, BERSALES, PH.D. DAR • President of R.P. 16
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