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1972-02-04 Agana Decision With Compromise Agreement

1972-02-04 Agana Decision With Compromise Agreement

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Published by Romeo A. Garing Sr.
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE OF RIZAL Seventh Judicial District Branch XXVIII, Pasay City

WILSON P. ORFINADA Plaintiffs -VSMACARIO RODRIGUEZ AND HEIRS THE HEIRS OF DON MIGUEL AND HERMOGENES ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ DONA AURORA FABELA Y CARDONA PATRICIA TIONGSON AND HEIRS PONCIANO PADILLA AND HEIRS FELIMON AGUILAR AND THE HEIRS FORTUNATO SANTIAGO AND MARIA PANTALEONA P. SANTIAGO AND HEIRS MARCOS ESTANISLAO AND MAURICIO DE LOS SANTOS/BLAS AND SEBASTIAN FAJARDO/ANTONIO/EULALIA RAGU
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE OF RIZAL Seventh Judicial District Branch XXVIII, Pasay City

WILSON P. ORFINADA Plaintiffs -VSMACARIO RODRIGUEZ AND HEIRS THE HEIRS OF DON MIGUEL AND HERMOGENES ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ DONA AURORA FABELA Y CARDONA PATRICIA TIONGSON AND HEIRS PONCIANO PADILLA AND HEIRS FELIMON AGUILAR AND THE HEIRS FORTUNATO SANTIAGO AND MARIA PANTALEONA P. SANTIAGO AND HEIRS MARCOS ESTANISLAO AND MAURICIO DE LOS SANTOS/BLAS AND SEBASTIAN FAJARDO/ANTONIO/EULALIA RAGU

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Published by: Romeo A. Garing Sr. on Jan 26, 2010
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as the judgment of the Land Registration Court had met the pre-

requisites of jurisprudence over the land case for registration and

had been rendered by the Judge who handled the land

registration proceedings in accordance with due process as the

requirement set forth by the law, Rule 132 and of Rule 135

defined by the Rule of Court of the Republic of the Philippines.

Going back to the main aspect of the Motion of the

Republic of the Philippines to resolve first ownership over the

said land covered by OCT No. 01-4 is tantamount of a petition for

the re-hearing of the case, a manifestation of rising the dead

from the tomb, in a clear sense which is obviously unconstitutional.

Ultimately, it is for a revival of the case which this Presiding

Judge had lost his jurisdiction over the case after the Decision of

the Land Registration court had been finally decided and

correspondingly terminated upon issuance of Decree No. 297

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