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1 case on Sat Jul 02, 2011 3:00 pm


Arresto Menor
Now we broke up, I broke up with him. He is blackmailing me that I can not sell the house since legally he also owns it. MAy bisa po ba ung notary public na pinagawa namin before. How can it be legal when the other party is no longer inlove with the other???

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2 Re: case on Sun Jul 03, 2011 8:49 am


Prision Correccional
The title is in your name so the property is yours. Whatever is in the house is presumed to be yours unless he can prove his contributions. I don't know the contents of your affidavit, you may have acknowledged a co-ownership existing between the two of you. But you have the advantage and the law is in your favor. You may need to file an action to revoke that affidavit or an action of quieting of title. Or you can go ahead and continue enjoying you property, which includes disposing it, without any action. Wait for him to do something, if ever he will. It might be an empty bluff.

With regards to the proper court action, let's wait for the expert opinion of AttyLL.

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3 thanks on Sun Jul 03, 2011 4:37 pm


Arresto Menor
i felt relived already. salamat naman at malaki ang chance ko sa ganong sitwasyon.

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4 Re: case on Tue Jul 05, 2011 10:27 am


you have the right to sell the property. i hope you have proof of the state of the house when you bought it.

when you lived together, your combined incomes were considered co-owned, and that includes the improvements that were made. at most he can be reimbursed for his share.

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