ANG BAGONG LAHING PILIPINODEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, INC.
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the absence of just compensation.
(Machine copy is hereto attached as “ÁNNEX” and made an integral part of this paragraph.) DWCA pg. 49, 57, 58, 73
The Torrens System in the Philippines is judicial in form but administrative in character.
“Judicial proceedings for the registration of land throughout the Philippines shall bein rem and shall be based on he generally accepted principles underlying the TorrensSystem
(Sec. 2, P.D. 1529). In connection with Section 108 of P.D. 1529, Act No. 141, itis conclusive upon the whole world including the government.
Because all land to whichclaimants have acquired imperfect or incomplete title within the contemplation of
Section48 of Commonwealth Act No. 141
Most of the land now occupied or possessed bythe people throughout the Philippines are not covered by titles issued by theGovernment.
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Besides, based on agreement predicted by this
Decision with Compromise Agreement,
theissue as to the legality of ownership of the American government over the subject land waswhether or not said land is lawful to be inherited by the Philippine government from theU.S. government. Certainly, based on the
evidences and circumstances,
the ownership ofthe Philippine Republic and its government over the subject noble lands was void and
even if the basis was a
Philippine Constitution of 1935
but neither the
Malolos Constitution could warrant the legality
of Philippine government ownership overthe said land o
n the reason that U.S. government acquired unlawful right
over the land,the same,
it thwarted the EVIL interest
of the Republic of the Philippines over the subjectlands.
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The sworn testimonials of
NBI Director Jolly Bugarin
Senate Blue RibbonCommittee
headed by the
Ex-Senate President Gil Puyat
and made as integral portion ofthe government Position Paper divulging several
of those in the
LRC-BUREAU of LAND
before in conspiracy of those influential group in the government in the
massive issuance of fake land titles
in favor of the l
and grabbers and oligarch real estatedevelopers
as they were benefited by
those who could pay lucrative sum.
The ModusOperandi is as follows: The grand design, land grabbing of the
LRC-BUREAU OF LANDS
inconspiracy with their cohorts – real state Developers has caused the root of some
20 millionfake and titles
over the subject lands under the following procedures;
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By possession of the land since time immemorial
.-Occupant of lands who, by themselvesand their predecessors-in-interest, have been in possession of the land since timeimmemorial. Their possession of the land for such length of time justifies the
presumptionthat the land had never been part of the public domain and that it had been privateproperty even before Spanish conquest.
(Republic vs. Court of Appeals, 335 SCRA 693;see also Oh Cho vs. Director of Lands, 75 Phil. 890; Nelayan vs. Nelayan, 109 Phil. 183;