DONATED LOT ONLY BY LETTER
2 Re: DONATED LOT ONLY BY LETTER on Wed Mar 30, 2011 7:07 pm
initially, all that was donated was use of the property, but not the property itself. however, the owner of the property cannot take the law into their own hands by padlocking the school. if the school is refusing to do so, the owner should go to court to revoke the donation and evict the school.
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3 SO WE CAN REMOVE THE PADLOCK ANYTIME? on Tue Apr 05, 2011 12:07 pm
Thanks for your prompt reply. Based on your reply,
(1) Can we remove the padlock and the no trespassing sign if it was done without any legal court order or authority from the Mayor's office bec. we just checked it there and they did not have any permission from them?
(2) Is it not trespassing on their part, and what do you suggest us to do?
(3) In case they bring this to court, can we demand payment of the lot because the appraised value of the building is much more expensive than the market value of the land they donated.
(4) Is there a prescribed period in donation law because we got a testimonial/ circumstancial evidence from the community members that the property was donated apart from the donation letter the owner gave me in 1991? I still have it.
(5) May we ask you to write them a demand letter? Can we call you and help us out settle the problem, what is your cellphone number? Here's my email address... email@example.com. Or text it to me asap at 09282682952.
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