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Rulings in the digest--as per D.D's book. :P so they're short. :P
Rulings in the digest--as per D.D's book. :P so they're short. :P

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Comia, Antonette Tud
BANKING  A.GENERAL PRINCIPLES 1. Register of Deeds of Manila v. China Banking Corporation, 4 SCRA 145 (1962)2. Republic Bank v. Security Credit and Acceptance Corporation, 19 SCRA 58 (1967)3. Perez v. Monetary Board, 20 SCRA 443 (1979)4. Simex International (Manila) Inc. v. Court of Appeals, 183 SCRA 360 (1990)5. Fidelity and Savings and Mortgage Bank c. Cenzon, 184 SCRA 141 (1990)6. Sia v. Court of Appeals, 222 SCRA 24 (1993)7. Banas v. Asia Pacific Finance Corporation, 343 SCRA 527 (2000)8. Reyes v. Court of Appeals, 363 SCRA 51 (2001)9. Banco de Oro v. JAPRL Development Corporation, 551 SCRA 342 (2008)10. Philippine National Bank v. Erlando T. Rodriguez, et al, 556 SCRA 27 (2009)11. Bank of America, NT and SA v. Associated Citizens Bank B.CLOSURE OF BANKS 1. Ramos v. Central Bank of the Philippines, 41 SCRA 565 (1971)2. Central Bank v. Court of Appeals, 106 SCRA 143 (1981)3. Salud v. Central Bank, 143 SCRA 590 (1986)4. Lipana v. Development Bank of Rizal, 154 SCRA 257 (1987)5. Overseas Bank of Manila v. Court of Appeals, 172 SCRA 521 (1989)6. Banco Filipino Savings and Mortgage Bank v. Central Bank, 204 SCRA 767 (1991)7. Central Bank of the Philippines v. Court of Appeals, 208 SCRA 652 (1992)8. First Philippine International Bank v. Court of Appeals, 252 SCRA 259 (1996)9. Ong v. Court of Appeals, 253 SCRA 105 (1996)10. Manalo v. Court of Appeals, 366 SCRA 753 (2001)11. Rural Bank of Sta. Catalina v. Land Bank of the Philippines, 435 SCRA 183 (2004)
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Comia, Antonette Tud
12. Miranda v. PDIC, 501 SCRA 288 (2006)C.POWERS OF A RECEIVER 1. Abacus Real Estate Development Center Inc. v. Manila Banking Corporation, 455 SCRA 97 (2005)2. In Re: Petition for Assistance in the Liquidation in the Rural Bank of Bokod (Benguet), PDIC v. Bureau of Internal Revenue, 511 SCRA 123 (2006)3. Rural Bank of San Miguel v. Monetary Board, 516 SCRA 154 (2007)
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BANKING  A.GENERAL PRINCIPLES 1. Register of Deeds of Manila v. China Banking Corporation, 4 SCRA 145 (1962)
-Alfonso Pangilinan and Guillermo Chua, former employees of China Banking Corporation were charged withqualified theft.-Pangilinan admitted his civil liability in favor of china Banking Corporation .-Pangilinan, together with his wife, Belen Sta. Ana executed a public instrument entitled “DEED OF TRANSFER”whereby in relation to the charge of qualified theft he ceded and transferred to China Banking Corporation aresidential lot in satisfaction of his civil liability.-The deed was presented for registration to the Register of Deeds of the City of Manila, but because the transferee— the China Banking Corporation — was alien-owned and, as such, barred from acquiring lands in the Philippines,in accordance with the provisions of Section 5, Article XIII of the Constitution of the Philippines, said officer submitted the matter of its registration to the Land Registration Commission for resolution.-The commission issued the resolution appealed from holding that the deed of transfer in favor of an alien bank,subject of the present consulta is unregistrable for being in contravention of the constitution of the Philippines.
1.May an alien-owned bank acquire lands in the Philippines;2.Assuming it may, may it acquire land in satisfaction of a civil liability arising from a criminal offense.
- Paragraph (c), Section 25 of Republic Act 337 allows a commercial bank to purchase and hold such real estate asshall be conveyed to it in satisfaction of 
previously contracted
in the course of its dealings,
We deem it quiteclear and free from doubt that the "debts" referred to in this provision are only those resulting from previous loansand other similar transactions made or entered into by a commercial bank in the ordinary course of its business assuch. Obviously, whatever "civil liability" — arising from the criminal offense of qualified theft — was admitted infavor of appellant bank by its former employee, Alfonso Pangilinan, was not a debt resulting from a loan or a similar transaction had between the two parties in the ordinary course of banking business.-Neither do the provisions of paragraph (d) of the Same section apply to the present case because the deed of transfer in question can in no sense be considered as a
made by virtue of a judgment, decree, mortgage, or trust deed held by appellant bank. In the same manner it cannot be said that the real property in question waspurchased by appellant "to secure debts due to it", considering that, as stated heretofore, the term
employed inthe pertinent legal provision can logically refer only to such debts as may become payable to appellant bank as aresult of a banking transaction.Page 3 of 35

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