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Tenant Refuses to Vacate

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1 Tenant Refuses to Vacate on Mon May 21, 2018 5:00 pm


Arresto Menor
Good afternoon po sir/maam.

Bahay po yung pinapaupahan namin. Kaya lang po di na po nakakabayad yung tenant namin. Pinagbigyan namin dahil dating kaibigan, kaya lang mukhang umabuso siya hangang sa naging 3 buwan na yung di niya nabayaran.

Pala-away din yung tenant namin. Marami siyang nakaaway na kapitbahay namin.

Inantay po namin na mapaso yung contrata.
Noong napaso na yung contrata, sinulatan namin siya na wala na kaming balak i-renew yung contrata.

Nagalit siya sa amin at nagbanta na hindi siya aalis kahit anong mangyari.

Kumpleto po kami sa mga permits (Mayor's permit, business permit, BiR, etc.). May notarized contract din po.

Ito po pala yung parte ng Lease Contract

(2) That this renewal of Lease Contract shall be a period of one (1) year only commencing on April 1st, 2017 and shall expire on March 31st, 2018, but renewable by mutual agreement;

(3) That the Lessee shall render to the Lessor a “cash deposit” of XXXXX Pesos  only;

(4) That effective April 2017 the Lessee shall pay to the Lessor the amount of XXXXX as monthly rental fee;

(5) That it is understood the cash deposit of XXXXX Pesos shall only be utilized during the date of expiration of this Lease Contract or in case of cancellation or termination of this Contract before its expiration date, in order to liquidate other or any obligation of the Lessee to the Lessor;

(6) That the Lessee is explicitly prohibited to sublet nor allow anyone allegedly without monetary consideration, to occupy any part of the leased premise without the written consent of the Lessor. Violation of the aforesaid shall automatically and extra-judicially terminate this Contract as null and void;

(7) That, this Lease Contract shall continue in full force and effect, until it is cancelled or terminated by either party in anyone of the following:

a. By advance written notice of thirty (30) days from the Lessee to the Lessor;

b. By written notice from the Lessor to the Lessee based on the failure of the Lessee to make two (2) consecutive months of rental full payments due to the Lessor after written demand had been made by the Lessor to the Lessee to pay fully his obligations within five (5) days from receipt of such written notice. Hence, said Lease Contract shall automatically and extra-judicially terminated or cancelled as null and void and of no force and effect whatsoever;

Ito po yung part ng Lease Contract na pinirmahan niya

Nilagay po namin yung
extra-judicially terminated or cancelled as null and void
dahil payo sa amin nung kapitbahay. Para daw po hindi na po kailangan i-akyat sa court yung problema. Para daw yung mismong Barangay yung magpa-evict sa kanya.

Kaya lang po yung barangay namin parang naghuhugas kamay at ayaw pa-istorbo.

Gusto daw po nilang i-akyat sa court dahil applicable lang daw po yung "extra-judicial" sa mga may titulo. Hindi daw po nila kayang paalisin at pilitin yung tenant kung ayaw.

Tax Declaration po kasi yung lupa namin. Pero kumpleto po kami sa documents/receipts at fully paid yung mga taxes. Nagfile na din po kami ng application for Judicial Titling, at kasalukuyan pong pino-process sa court.

Nagbanta din po yung tenant na Gobyerno lang daw ang makakapag-paalis sa kanya. Para na pong nag-aangkin ng lupa.

Ano po bang magandang mai-papayo niyo sa amin. Salamat po

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2 Re: Tenant Refuses to Vacate on Thu May 24, 2018 4:58 pm


the bgy is correct; they cannot do anything other than issue you a CFA. Your recourse is to hire a lawyer and file an ejectment suit in the MTC

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