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defending myself of estafa

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1 defending myself of estafa on Wed Mar 02, 2011 6:38 pm

aquarius


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I sold a vehicle na meron pang outstanding loan. Sabi nila puede daw po akong idemenda for estafa.
Is it true? If so, how can I defend myself?

Gusto ko rin pong malaman kung basta basta na lang nila akong mapipick up at ikakalaboso?

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2 Re: defending myself of estafa on Wed Mar 02, 2011 7:38 pm

attyLLL


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is the car mortgaged and is it annotated on the certificate of registration?

who is saying you can be liable for estafa? the creditor or the person who bought it?


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3 Re: defending myself of estafa on Sat Mar 12, 2011 2:31 pm

aquarius


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The one who purchased the vehicle said that he can sue me for estafa. Tama po ba siya? if so, ano po ang step that I can make? and no, the chattel mortgage is not annotated on the car certificate of registration. Please help and give me some light

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4 Re: defending myself of estafa on Wed Mar 16, 2011 1:58 pm

attyLLL


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you did not answer the question, is the car mortgaged and is it annotated on the certificate of registration?

yes, sale of a mortgaged personal property is considered an offense in the revised penal code. depending on the circumstances, it can also be considered other deceits, a form of estafa.

they cannot just arrest you. they will have to file a case first at the prosecutor's office.


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