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is not notarized contract valid?

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1 is not notarized contract valid? on Wed Sep 16, 2015 6:38 am

ass888


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hi...itatanong ko lang po sana ang kasalukuyan kong problema sa pinaupahan kung restobar, 5 yrs po ang term of contract at sa oct2015 po ito macocomplete ang term pero nung katapusan ng aug2015 isinara na ng umuupa ang restobar. ang malaking problema ko po ay lahat ng improvements sa restobar ay tinanggal ng umupa at ang natira lang ang poste at bubong kahit nakasaad sa kontrata na pagkatapos ng 5 yrs or kontrata wala silang gagalawin sa mga fixed improvements sa restobar kagaya nung mga electric wirings, kitchen, bar etc...ang tanong ko po ngayon ang kontrata po namin ay hindi notarized pero pirmado namin ng umuupa at may witnesses...valid po ba ito kung sakaling ireklamo ko ito ng breached of contract or kung hindi man ito valid pwede ko po ba itong kasuhan ng pagnanakaw kasi ibig sabihin ako ang meari pero kinuha nila ang mga kagamitan na nasa pag-aari ko/restobar ko? o di kaya po damage to property? ano po ang pinakamainam na gawin? maraming salamat po...

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2 Re: is not notarized contract valid? on Thu Sep 17, 2015 2:47 pm

Katrina288


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Yes, although it is not notarized you can file a complaint for breach of contract plus damages (monetary award for the violation of the contract).

What you can demand from the lessee is the actual amount of the improvements that should have been left in the property, the amount for the restoration/repair for the damage caused to your property, damages (for breaching the contract), and attorney's fees.

Since the document is not notarized, you can compel the lessee na ipanotarize ninyo ang document kasabay doon sa court action.

Should you need legal assistance, you may send a direct email to km@kgmlegal.ph

Regards,

Atty. Katrina

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