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Deed of Donation Process Question

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1 Deed of Donation Process Question on Thu Aug 15, 2013 2:30 am

tinioc50


Arresto Menor
My 2 sisters and myself inherited a piece of residential lot in the Philippines. The Certificate of Title indicated our names and the names of our spouses. Through a verbal agreement with my sisters, they agreed that I can own the residential lot being the youngest in the family. Now, I decided to transfer the title in my only child's name. My son is married with a son in the US. A deed of donation is being being attempted to process, but here's the problem. My other sister's husband died and part of the deed of donation requires our spouse's consent. My deceased brother-in-law obviously cannot sign because he died. What is the right approach to this situation? Pls. advise. Thank you so much.

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2 Re: Deed of Donation Process Question on Thu Aug 15, 2013 2:50 am

Lunkan


Reclusion Perpetua
tinioc50 wrote:My 2 sisters and myself inherited a piece of residential lot in the Philippines. The Certificate of Title indicated our names and the names of our spouses. Through a verbal agreement with my sisters, they agreed that I can own the residential lot being the youngest in the family. Now, I decided to transfer the title in my only child's name. My son is married with a son in the US. A deed of donation is being being attempted to process, but here's the problem. My other sister's husband died and part of the deed of donation requires our spouse's consent. My deceased brother-in-law obviously cannot sign because he  died. What is the right approach to this situation? Pls. advise. Thank you so much.
Did he die recently? = Are his assets splited yet, so it can be seen who are allowed to sign for the land instead of him?
If so, then just let the official hier/hiers of this land sign.
(I BELIEVE it's your sister signing for her dead husband too, but I'm not sure, perhaps it's needed from e g their children.)

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3 Re: Deed of Donation Process Question on Thu Aug 15, 2013 2:55 am

tinioc50


Arresto Menor
He died in 2009, but if the 3 of us are the heirs, why does it still require our spouse's consent?

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4 Re: Deed of Donation Process Question on Thu Aug 15, 2013 10:01 am

Good morning tinioc50,

Please consult a lawyer, they know what to do.
You have no problem.

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5 Re: Deed of Donation Process Question on Thu Aug 15, 2013 10:04 am

Or, you can also go to BIR and inquire.
They will tell you the requirements.

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6 Re: Deed of Donation Process Question on Thu Aug 15, 2013 3:45 pm

kolokoy7949


Prision Correccional
Your Son, was born in the U.S or in The Philippines?

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