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Paki sagot lang po.

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1 Paki sagot lang po. on Fri Dec 21, 2012 1:04 am

Adoptechild


Arresto Menor
Paki sagot lang po.

1. Pagka 5k na po ba ang utang eh pwede nang ideretso sa small claims court yun nangutang w/out any baranggay certification?

Personal po akong naniningil ng maayos pero pinangangakuan lang na huhulugan pero walang nahuhulog yun nagutang sa akin. Mangangako po ng araw pero pag dating po nun araw na yon mangangako lang po uli. Ilang ulit na pong nagyari kahit pa may pinirmahan na sya sa baranggay.

Alam ko po na maliit lang na halaga pero gusto ko lang po turuan ng leksyon yun nangutang sa akin. Alam ko pong walang nakukulong sa utang pero kailangan ko na rin po yun pera.

2. Kung sakali pong umabot sa small claims court at pabor sa akin ang decision pwede po bang isama sa babayaran nya yun charges ng small claims court pati na yun abala na dinilot ng hindi nya pagtupad sa napagkasunduan?

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2 Re: Paki sagot lang po. on Sat Dec 22, 2012 8:16 pm

shad_marasigan


Reclusion Perpetua
habang binabasa ko ito, wala akong makitang criteria doon sa 5k na utang without any barangay certification

These are the cases where there is no need for barangay certification:

[1] Where one party is the government, or any subdivision or instrumentality thereof;
[2] Where one party is a public officer or employee and the dispute relates to the performance of his official functions;
[3] Where the dispute involves real properties located in different cities and municipalities, unless the parties thereto agree to submit their difference to amicable settlement by an appropriate Lupon;
[4] Any complaint by or against corporations, partnerships or juridical entities, since only individuals shall be parties to Barangay conciliation proceedings either as complainants or respondents [Sec. 1, Rule VI, Katarungang Pambarangay Rules];
[5] Disputes involving parties who actually reside in barangays of different cities or municipalities, except where such barangay units adjoin each other and the parties thereto agree to submit their differences to amicable settlement by an appropriate Lupon;
[6] Offenses for which the law prescribes a maximum penalty of imprisonment exceeding one [1] year or a fine of over five thousand pesos (P5,000.00);
[7] Offenses where there is no private offended party;
[8] Disputes where urgent legal action is necessary to prevent injustice from being committed or further continued, specifically the following:
[a] Criminal cases where accused is under police custody or detention [See Sec. 412 b (1), Revised Katarungang Pambarangay Law];
Petitions for habeas corpus by a person illegally deprived of his rightful custody over another or a person illegally deprived of or on acting in his behalf;
[c] Actions coupled with provisional remedies such as preliminary injunction, attachment, delivery of personal property and support during the pendency of the action;
[d] Actions which may be barred by the Statute of Limitations.

[9] Any class of disputes which the President may determine in the interest of justice or upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Justice;
[10] Where the dispute arises from the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law (CARL) [Secs. 46 & 47, R. A. 6657];
[11] Labor disputes or controversies arising from employer-employee relations [Montoya vs. Escayo, et al., 171 SCRA 442; Art. 226, Labor Code, as amended, which grants original and exclusive jurisdiction over conciliation and mediation of disputes, grievances or problems to certain offices of the Department of Labor and Employment];
[12] Actions to annul judgment upon a compromise which may be filed directly in court [See Sanchez vs. Tupaz, 158 SCRA 459]

Kung may makita ka sa listahan, kasi kulang ung facts e, edi hindi na kelangan.

Saka maganda ang pagkakasabi sa katarungang pambarangay

[b]No complaint, petition, action or proceeding involving any matter within the authority of the Lupon ... shall be filed or instituted in court or any other government office for adjudication unless there has been a confrontation of the parties before the Lupon Chairman or the Pangkat and no conciliation or settlement has been reached by the parties as certified by the Lupon or Pangkat Secretary, attested by the Lupon or Pangkat Chairman ...


kung sakali man tumuloy sa small claims, isama ninyo po sa prayer ninyo ung costs, litigation expenses at attorney's fees.

hope this helps.

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