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Consolidation of lots with alley or right of way. all owned by a single person

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Selarom07


Arresto Menor
I bought lots in the name of our company consisting of 5 titles including the right of way.The right of way is for the lots at the back isnt it? I also bought all the 4 lots at tbe back
My first problem is how to register the right of way under the name of the company. There is an annotation at the back of the title that no portion of the lot can be disposed of without the consent of HLURB and the homeowners association. What is the procedures in getting consent from HLURB? Does it need court hearing and how long will it take.

I was advised by someone (not a lawyer) that I can ge rid of the HLURB matter if I apply for consolidation of all the lots including the right of way. Is it possible? The right of way title is not yet in the name of the company ( although there is a deed of sale executed in our favor) only the 4 lots at the back of the right of way. My second problem is if this is possible may I know the procedures how to apply for the consolidation.
Thanks for any help you can extend to me.

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attyLLL


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You should go to the HLURB and file a letter requesting for their consent. Alternatively, you can file a petition in court to have it removed. But you cannot do so by merely consolidating the property


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