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1 Civil Code of Phil. on Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:52 pm

juliecang


Arresto Menor
pwede ko po bang malaman ang civil code of phil. about sa mga anak na bunsong pinamanahan ? need ko po talaga ang sagot .. maraming salamat po Smile

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2 Re: Civil Code of Phil. on Tue Mar 12, 2013 3:01 pm

tsi ming choi


Reclusion Perpetua
So do you mean na yung bunso lang ang binigyan ng mana? If so, wala ka pong makitang ganyang provision, yung illegitimate child nga may mana. Try to check on law on succession under the civil code..andyan lahat but, you need at least a law graduate to guide you..mabigat po yang law on succession, even some lawyers mahirapan dyan lalo na sa pag compute ng shares.

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3 Re: Civil Code of Phil. on Thu Mar 14, 2013 5:39 am

juliecang


Arresto Menor
musta po heto na naman ako kc gusto kong alamin kong
paano ito,,,ang property ay nasa pinas,,pero papa ko
namatay as canadian citizen,,ano pong laws ang sundin ko pinas or canada,,,pagkatapos po ako ay dual citizen
may cumplecation po ba ito...
maraming salamat @ more power

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4 Re: Civil Code of Phil. on Thu Mar 14, 2013 8:36 am

karl704


Prision Mayor
maaring may complication kung tungkol sa pagmamana.basahin mo art 16 ng civil code.

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5 Re: Civil Code of Phil. on Thu Mar 14, 2013 11:02 am

tsi ming choi


Reclusion Perpetua
juliecang wrote: ang property ay nasa pinas,,pero papa ko
namatay as canadian citizen,,ano pong laws ang sundin ko pinas or canada,,,pagkatapos po ako ay dual citizen
may cumplecation po ba ito...
maraming salamat @ more power

Accordingly, testate(father died with a WILL) or intestate(without a WILL) succession shall be governed by the national law of the person whose succession is under consideration, regardless, where his/her property may be found.

So therefore, the LAw on Canada will govern with respect to:

1. amount of successional rights(tatangapin na mana, includes the distribution)

2. order of succession.

Basically, hinde na mag aapply yung Civil code ng Pinas, particularly on law on succession with respect sa tanong mo. Better ask for a canadian lawyer.

Lastly, There is nothing wrong whether you possessed dual citizenship. Kasi ang pinagusapan dito ay yung property ng father mo which is a canadian citizen.

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6 Re: Civil Code of Phil. on Thu Mar 14, 2013 8:50 pm

juliecang


Arresto Menor
gud eve po . ask ko lang , paano po ang proseso ng judicial settlement kung ang mga kapatid ay nasa canada ? salamat po ..

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