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  1. Join Date
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    #11
    1) Lot history/documents. Check mo sa RD, better provide urself a certified true copy. Check any encumbrances. Kung wala ok lang. Protection mo yan against future claimants.
    2) Lot location. Includes easy access to transportation, roads, church, market, etc.
    3) Neigborhood.

  2. Join Date
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    #12
    nasabi ng lahat, wala na ko maidagdag.

    check mo na lang kung kasya pambili mo
    just kidding.
    nangyari kasi sa kin yan, me inalok sa kin, kala ko 200T lang, 2M pala...nagkulang ng isang zero.

    alam ko na. check mo na lang kung pano ka makakatawad :bwahaha:

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    #13
    Ayos! Maraming salamat! Actually, ermats ko bumubili sa probinsya. Advise ko na lang sa kanya mga payo nyo dito.

    One thing i forgot to mention is that the land being sold by the broker is foreclosed by a bank. So since repossessed na 'to, should i expect na cancelled na encumberances nito(tama ba) and the title(from RD) be stamped as such?

    Sir ,jaeger ano procedure nyo sa bank pag nag-repossess kayo with regards to the title?

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    #14
    Quote Originally Posted by yebo
    OT: boy torotot! hehehehe! see my email address here sa tsikot, almost same --- monsignortorotot hahahahaha!
    OT: kapatid!
    Last edited by Boy Torotot; October 6th, 2005 at 09:47 AM.

  5. Join Date
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    #15
    if foreclosed property ito then you will buy it sa bank,

    1. kayo ba magbabayad ng tax arears nito o banko
    2. the bank must cancel the mortgage at the back
    3. pag ok naman yung bank and transacting ka with the manager, safe na din
    4. dont forget the ones above

  6. Join Date
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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by yebo
    sa agricultural kung may tenant forget mo na din, lalo na kung may bahay dun ang tenant. kahit na less than 7 hectares yun kung maghabol ang tenant baka mas malaki pa mapunta sa kanya kesa sa iyo. di mo din pwede paalisin ang tenant kahit na maliit lang yung agricultural land na bibilhin mo. may case kami dati na 2 hectare na land (minana ng ermats ko sa lola niya) hindi namin nakuha hangat hindi namatay yung tenant. fortunately hindi pwede ipamana ng tenant yung rights niya sa anak kaya lang nakuha ng ermats ko.
    sir yebo, saang law nakasaad mga rights ng tenants? at rights ng new owner? baka kasi tinatamnan pa nung old owner yong land habang wala pang new owner...so problema nga yon. at ilang hectares ba minimum para mapasok sa agrarian reform yong land, such that tenants can claim ownership of the parts of the land?

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    #17
    First, check if the lot is existing. Second, if it is really for sale. Third, if the seller is really the owner or has the authority. Then, follow the above suggestions. I understand Rizal Park has already been sold.

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Boy Torotot
    sir yebo, saang law nakasaad mga rights ng tenants? at rights ng new owner? baka kasi tinatamnan pa nung old owner yong land habang wala pang new owner...so problema nga yon. at ilang hectares ba minimum para mapasok sa agrarian reform yong land, such that tenants can claim ownership of the parts of the land?
    depende yata sa classification kung rice land or vegetable/tree farm. ang alam ko pag rice land maximum is only 7 hectares. pero kahit na less than 7 hectares hindi mo pwede basta paalisin ang tenant. gaya nga ng sabi ko hindi namin nakuha ang right to till hangat hindi na-dedo yung tenant. di mo pwede paalisin o putulin ang tenancy nya dun. hindi naman nila makukuha yung lupa since less than 7 hectares, UNLESS the land was originally part of a bigger plot of land. ibig sabihin for example dating 20 hectares yung land tapos pinagbili nung may ari yung 14 hectares, so 6 na lang natira. pero yung dating tenant nung 6 hectares na yun e hindi pa nabigyan ng rights nya under land reform, yun pwede may makuha yung tenant. kung gusto mo paalisin the only way is for the tenant to "voluntarily" end his tenancy, in exchange for cash of course. ask ka sa lawyer about agrarian reform law (old marcos era agrarian reform law and the new CARL).

    also pag ang land ay na-acquire ng original owner under the homestead program, maximum limit is 100 hectares for single ownership and 400 hectares for a corporation. exempted kasi mga homesteads sa land reform (assuming hindi more than the maximum i stated above).

    pag yung old owner ang nagtatanim hindi naman siya considered na tenant e. actually tresspasser na siya dun kahit sa kanya dati yun.
    Last edited by yebo; October 6th, 2005 at 08:05 PM.

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    #19
    If it's a foreclosed property, make sure the bank will be the one to take care of moving its caretaker from the property before same is turned over to you.

    We recently acquired a foreclosed lot here in the province, and we had a difficult time with the stubborn caretaker who didn't want to vacate the land and was making so many lame excuses to keep from moving out before the day of the turnover.

    The weekend before the turnover on Monday, we inspected the lot and found that the caretaker hadn't even started packing his things and furniture. We called the bank officer and threatened to sue them for breach of contract if the caretaker was not yet gone on the day of the turnover.

    On turnover day, the bank personnel were "assisting" the caretaker in moving his things, while all the time the caretaker was bitching and complaining about how we didn't give him enough time to get his things in order. This, even though he knew as early as August that we had already bought the property and were going to assume control of it by the first week of October.

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