1 public land on Wed Nov 23, 2016 8:19 am
2 Re: public land on Wed Nov 23, 2016 9:43 am
(The law is some crazy concerning such sometimes, which can make the one, who apply for title FIRST, can get the title !!!
Has no one, you, the other or both paid property tax for the property at least last 10 years?
Then the title can be APPLIED for for around I believe 2000-3000p. It isn't sure, but good chance to get approval. (If same family has the land and paid taxes since 1947, then it's sure.)
Who has the documents with EARLIEST date?
IF both dates are corect, then the later has probably been scamed by the seller.
What reason does the OTHER say, explaining how it can be his, when you have used it long time?
What does the seller say? (If he is alive and known where he is.)
Just to be sure - is it same property you are talking about, and not just two close to each other? Some documents and maps are not exact...
3 Re: public land on Wed Nov 23, 2016 5:07 pm
4 Re: public land on Wed Nov 23, 2016 5:54 pm
"they entered the area and dispossessed us."
How if you used it allready? By force?
You didn't answer if you have paid property tax. If you have paid that at least 10 years, then you can "easy" solve it by hurry and apply to get the title.
You using it 15 years is a big plus for you, but can you prove it?
Have you registered yourself as having the NIA right?
If not, do that direct.
5 Re: public land on Wed Nov 23, 2016 6:31 pm
6 Re: public land on Wed Nov 23, 2016 8:51 pm
No, not if they have any sence.
"The date of their deed of sale is the same as ours, they made it appear that it is double sale, yet they entered the area by force. Yes, we have paid the property tax.. Our brgy captain issued us a certification that we have occupied the area for the last 15 years. "
But if so, the others haven't used it in 15 years, so then THEY have LOST their using right...
Ask your Barangay Captain for assistance to force the others away, because the BC can tell the police to do so.
" Yes, we have paid the property tax.."
Then you can apply to get the title, so you can avoid such problems. I have forgot if it's DENR or other, who handle such applications, but they know.
And the value of your land will raise much more than the cost to get it titled.
7 Re: public land Today at 7:16 pm
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