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Conjugal Property

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1 Conjugal Property on Wed Jul 20, 2011 3:27 pm

erica.tan


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Hi,
May concern po ako about sa isang lot na binili ng mama ko nung magasawa na sila ng papa ko. My mom died last oct 2009 but before that matagal na talaga niya gustong ipalipat sa pangalan nameng magkakapatid ung mga lupa na nabilli niya. Lahat ng land title nakapangalan sa kanilang dalawa ng papa ko. actually sa mom ko nakapangalan pero nakalagay married siya sa papa ko. so basically conjugal property siya. So ngayon po lahat ng lupa gustong ibenta ng papa ko. Tinago ko ung land title kasi nga bilin ng mama ko para sa aming magkakapatid yun. Mga kapatid ko lang nakakaalam na nasaken ung title. pinipilit ng papa ko na kunin pero tinatanggi ko na nasaken. Pero ngayon sa sobrang desperate niya, nagpagawa siya affidavit of loss. Pwede po bang makakuha siya ng bagong title? pwede po ba niyang mabenta yung lupa without our consent? Ang pagkakaalam ko po kasi kapag conjugal, 50% sa kanya 50% sa mama ko so may karapatan kameng magkakapatid sa 50% na yun. Isa pa pong problem, may buyer na siya na naghahabol na pinangakuan na ibebenta sa knya for 1 million yung lupa. ngayon naghahabol ung kausap niya dahil nakakuha na daw po papa ko ng 61 thousand sa kanya. Ano po ba pwede naming gawing magkakapatid? ayoko po sana ibenta ung lupa dahil para sa kapatid kong lalaki yun dahil siya lang nagiisang lalaki samen. Salamat po.

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2 Re: Conjugal Property on Fri Jul 22, 2011 3:58 pm

attyLLL


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you are correct that half of all the properties is owned by your father in his own right. the other half is owned by in equal shares by the children and the father.

the property cannot be sold without your consent. the most is that your father can sell his share.

the proper thing to do is to talk to your father about settling your mother's estate.


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