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Maaari pa po bang mag tayo ang mga taong nasunugan sa hndi nila sariling lupa.

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cirelle


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Magandang umaga po..ako po ay humihingi ng advice tungkol po sa aming bahay na nasunog,kame po ay bumabalik sa dati naming bahay na nasunog sa ka dahilanan n nag iwan po ang may ari ng lupa na nagpapatunay na kmeng mga nasunugan ay pwede na ulit magtayo ng bahay ulit.ang may ari po ng lupa ay namatay noong 2005.Ang iniwan nya po bang testamonya na Pagpapatunay at may notaryo ay may bisa po ba sa batas khit 7 taon na po ito nakalipas.sana po ito ay mabasa nio agad.Maraming salamat po... Very Happy

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jd888


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The legality of instrument signed by the Lot Owner is doubtful; the interest of the Parcel of Land is now on the heirs. You may build your dwelling their, but of course you will still be considered as "Informal Settlers".


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cirelle


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kung ang heirs po ay wala pong evidence na natransfer or dinonate po sknya ang land ng namatay ng owner ng lupa may karapatan prin po b ang heirs. Maraming Salamat.. Smile

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jd888


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When a person dies, all his pieces of property which are not extinguished by his death will be transferred to his heirs through succession (Article 774, Civil Code of the Philippines). From the time of the owner's death, his other heirs will succeed to all the pieces of property that he left and will thus become owners thereof. As such, they have the right to enjoy and dispose of the things they owned without limitation other than those imposed by law (Article 428, id.).


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