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Forged Owner Signature on Deed of Absolute Sale and Special power of attorney

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Arresto Menor
RaYoNanGie wrote:
Just a quick background. Parcel of land is not paid yet with National Housing Authority, which was awarded by the government as a relocation when our home was demolished. The owner in the document is my dad. And the beneficiary is me and my brother only. My brother and I are illegitimate, my father has a legal wife and children. When my dad and I finally decided to pay the mortgage bit by bit, we found out that my half-sister (legitimate child) sold the property. She manage to provide special power of attorney complete with my dad's signature and 2 valid ID's in the deed of absolute sale. She also has the original documents of the land.

Is the deed of absolute sale valid if my dad's signature was forged on the special power of attorney?

Do we have rights on the property despite being illegitimate as we (brother and I) were declared sole beneficiary of the parcel of land on the documents?

Deed of absolute sale and SPA was not notarized, is it valid?

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