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VALID PA RIN BA ANG EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT KUNG HINDI NAKANOTARIO?

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VALID PA RIN BA ANG EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT KUNG HINDI NAKANOTARIO?

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HrDude


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Siyempre. Lahat ng kontrata valid kahit hindi naka-notaryo.

Ang notaryo ay kailangan lang pra maging public document ang isang dokumento. Hindi ito kailangan pra maging valid ang isang kontrata o dokumento.

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arnoldventura


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Valid parin. Gina-guarantee lang naman ng notaryo ang genuineness ng signatures at ang due execution ng document. Pero valid yung kontrata mismo. In fact, kahit nga verbal lang ang engagement sayo, meron parin valid employment contract. Try mo basahin para mas ma-explain yung nature ng contracts. https://www.alburovillanueva.com/contracts

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HrDude


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arnoldventura wrote:Valid parin. Gina-guarantee lang naman ng notaryo ang genuineness ng signatures at ang due execution ng document. Pero valid yung kontrata mismo. In fact, kahit nga verbal lang ang engagement sayo, meron parin valid employment contract. Try mo basahin para mas ma-explain yung nature ng contracts. https://www.alburovillanueva.com/contracts

I beg to differ. Having a document notarized DOES NOT guarantee its genuineness and due execution of such document. Due execution and genuineness of the document is only a PRESUMPTION which can be contradicted by strong and competent proof.

Notarization converts a private document into a public document and renders the document admissible in court as evidence without need for further proof of its authenticity. A notarized document is entitled, by law, to full faith and credit upon its face.

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