2 Re: annulment fraud? on Mon Aug 01, 2011 9:03 pm
Tell the judge or clerk of court of the court that granted your annulment that what they issued is refused recognition by the LCR. Kung malapit lang ang court sa LCR at hindi peke yang hawak ninyo, malamang na ang clerk of court ng korteng nag-issue ng order ang mismong tatawag sa LCR to refute the claim that the decree is fraudulent.
Hope that helped.
3 Re: annulment fraud? on Mon Aug 01, 2011 9:47 pm
4 Re: annulment fraud? on Tue Aug 02, 2011 8:25 pm
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5 Re: annulment fraud? on Wed Aug 03, 2011 10:06 pm
Kung mapatunayang peke at may partisipasyon ka, humanda ka sa asunto . Pero dahil hindi ka kasali sa pagpeke , you can file either or all of 1) administrative cases against the public officials involved; 2)criminal cases (possibly falsification under Art. 171 of the Revised Penal Code) as may be determined by the Prosecutor, or 3) Civil case for damages
[And since the annulment was heard in a different province, ano po ba ang dapat gawin? tawag lang po ba from the clerk of court will be enough to resolve the issue? ]
Tawag from the clerk of court is not a procedural remedy. Panandaliang solusyon lang sana kung sakaling magkalapit at magkakakilala ang mga empleyado. Since malayo, this is not feasible anymore.
[Are there no further documents that I should get from the court to really prove that the documents are not fake?]
The first sentence in my first reply should settle the issue.
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