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1 ask for a legal advice... on Thu Jun 02, 2011 7:59 pm

aininkris


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Hi, i want to ask for a legal advice regarding this situation:

I have met a Japanese man here in the internet last year. He was a good man and he also gave or sent me some money as a gift or present (in which i didn't ask from him or demand about it). Then, he gave me money to buy a laptop. Since he gave big amount of money, he said to me that i will be paying him through an installment basis. So i agreed to pay him monthly. It was an agreement through email, no contract signing or whatsoever because we only exchange through emails. For the first 3 months, we were good then suddenly he changed his mind and told me that he will get the laptop back because he found a another girl and that this girl wants to have a laptop. In other words, the laptop will be given to the girl or to the brother of the girl. I told him that i will return the laptop but i will not give it to them since i don't know them and it was you who gave me the laptop so you will be the one who should get it, not other people. Then he started to curse me, got angry to me and said many horrible things about me. He was blackmailing me in his mails, threatening me and try to frighten me and demanded many things. What do you think i should do about this situation? I want to know what i should do about him. Should i return the laptop to those people too?

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2 Re: ask for a legal advice... on Thu Jun 02, 2011 11:44 pm

attyLLL


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an agreement through emails is valid. did you pay the installments?


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3 Re: ask for a legal advice... on Fri Jun 03, 2011 2:53 am

aininkris


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yes i did... for the first 3mos. I just haven't replied to one of his mails, after that, he changed his mind and wants to get the laptop back.

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4 Re: ask for a legal advice... on Fri Jun 03, 2011 4:04 am

adanistic


Arresto Menor
do the homeowners association have the right to cut my water source if i don't pay thier monthly dues?

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5 Re: ask for a legal advice... on Fri Jun 03, 2011 12:49 pm

attyLLL


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ainikris, i recommend you ask for a refund of your payments and then just turn over the laptop. you have emails as your proof. ask the person who will pick it up to produce IDs and you photocopy them.


adanistic, is it the HA who is distributing water?


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6 Re: ask for a legal advice... on Fri Jun 03, 2011 11:47 pm

aininkris


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atty, i asked for a picture first of the person who will be receiving the laptop but i think the japanese man doesnt want to give one, instead he demanded that aside from returning the laptop, i should also pay him too.

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7 Re: ask for a legal advice... on Sat Jun 04, 2011 2:12 pm

attyLLL


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my recommendation is that you retain all your communication. i hope it clearly shows that you entered into a loan agreement to buy the laptop. that makes the laptop yours, and your next agreement to give the laptop is your way of extinguishing your loan.


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8 ask for legal advice on Wed Jun 08, 2011 1:46 pm

martinvinluan


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gud day po...
Ang tinitirhan po namin ay dating pagaari ng mga namayapa kong loloat lola. Naisanla po ito dati ng isang uncle ko para makapag abroad sya. Muntikan itong na remata kaya tinubos po ito ng isa kong tito. Nang magkasakit po sya napagkasunduan nilang mgkkpatid na individually kailangan nilang magbayad ng 18k each na mga kapatid nya para po makuha ng bawat isa ang parte nila s compound. S kasamaang palad, namatay po ang uncle ko na d natupad ang napag usapan.solong binayaran ng isa kong uncle ang total na 180,000 na pinantubos ng namatay kong uncle para makuha ang titulo sa kanyang byuda. Ng malaman po namin ay naka transfer n po ang pangalan ng huling tumubos ang titulo. naisanla na po nya ito s banko muntik ng ma remata. At ngayon po ay naibenta n nya s ibang tao.
May karapatan po bang maghabol ng share ang nanay ko na kapatid nya? May mga karapatan po b kming pwdeng panghawakan bilang mga nakatira dito ng halos 30 years? Pwde po b namin bakalasin ang mga materyales ng bahay namin pg pinapaalis n kmi ng nk bili ng compound n tinitirhan namin?

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9 Re: ask for a legal advice... on Thu Jun 09, 2011 9:30 pm

attyLLL


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you should inquire at the register of deeds how the property was transferred from your lola to you uncle. ask for the copy of the deed of transfer. my guess is that it may have been falsified, and that will be your basis to question his ownership and the sale.


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