1 property issues on Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:57 pm
2 Re: property issues on Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:26 pm
Now comes marriage, that property becomes or forms part of the absolute community property, which means it is a common property of both spouses(parang co-ownership rin ang concept). Being as such, your husband alone CANNOT transfer the same to his sister UNLESS and UNTIL you give your consent.
Now, since the property is already transferred to his sister, the best thing you can do is to file for recovery of ownership or reconveyance of title over the property, and state therein that you did not give your consent in transfering that property, you can institute that action notwithstanding your marital status.
4 Re: property issues on Thu Mar 21, 2013 4:45 pm
Yes, pwede mo habulin yun, but then, you must prove that there was an illegal transfer from your husband to his sister and consequently to another person. The burden in proving lies on you.
Getting your share as part owner is another thing and again you must prove that you were a part owner over the thing sold, specially when it was sold to another person.
5 Re: property issues on Thu Mar 21, 2013 6:32 pm
salamat sa advice's, much better ciguro if i talk to a lawyer at least i would know what are the things i needed to provide if i have to file a proper claim regarding the said property..
I do hope your dream of becoming a lawyer will come true.Thanks a lot!
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