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1 Legal advice about lot on Thu May 17, 2018 2:32 pm

Khim cunanan

Arresto Menor
Hi i have some questions my uncle he past away last 1yr ago he have lot in my home town but he not fullpay in NHA . My consern can i get his lot after i full payment his balance there in NHA and he doesn't have any awarded his lot even he have sibling .. Possible.. can get his lot and change to my nym ..???

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2 Re: Legal advice about lot on Sun May 20, 2018 10:08 am


if he has children and a wife, it is they who have the right to inherit from him. if none, his parents. if none, his brothers and sisters

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3 Re: Legal advice about lot on Sun May 20, 2018 2:11 pm

Khim cunanan

Arresto Menor
Thank for response my massage . Anyway he don't have wife and children he have before leave in partner but never married and he have sibling but before he past away he not process to awarded to his brother and sister ..???
So impossible i cant get his lot even i pay his balance ..


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4 Re: Legal advice about lot on Wed May 23, 2018 9:56 pm


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There is an order of succession where the direct line (ascendants and descendants) is preferred over the collateral line (siblings, uncles/aunts, nephews/nieces). If there are still heirs in the direct line (such as parents), then all relatives in the collateral line, including you, will be disqualified from inheriting, even if you were the ones who paid the remaining balance of the lot. In such case, all you will be entitled to is only to get reimbursed by the deceased's estate for the amounts that you actually spent, but not inherit the lot.

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