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Nothing was mentioned therein that thereafter he acknowledge in writing said obligation or that plaintiff made a demand for in payment therefore, that obligation has by now prescribed. 3. This motion is not intended for delay Prayer WHEREFORE, it is prayed that the complaint be dismissed on the ground of prescription of action City of Manila, Philippines, May 10, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) NOTICE OF HEARING Copy Furnished PROOF OF SERVICE EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail) Mario Reyes by the undersigned counsel, respectfully prays that he be permitted to intervene in this case as a parry plaintiff/parry defendant on the ground that he has legal interest in the matter under litigation, and that he may be adversely affected in these proceedings as shown in the attached Complaint-in-Intervention/Answer-in-intervention, WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that Mario Reyes is allowed to intervene as party plaintiff/parry defendant and the attached complaint or answer in intervention be admitted and that herein intervenor beallowed to serve a copy of the same to the plaintiff/defendant. City of Manila, March 3, 2010 Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1 JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff, -versusMARIA MAKILING, Defendant, x----------------------------------------x MOTION TO INTERVENE Civil Case No. 00001

Form No. 31: MOTION TO INTERVENE Related Rule: rule 19 ROC

SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL FORM Requisites for intervention of a non-party: (No. 1) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Legal interest in the matter of controversy; or Legal interest in the success of either of the parties ; or Legal interest against both; So situated as to be adversely affected by a distribution or other disposition of property in the custody of the court or officer thereof; Intervention will not unduly delay or prejudice the adjudication of rights of the original parties; and Intervenors rights may not be fully protected in a separate proceeding. NOTICE OF HEARING Copy furnished PROOF OF SERVICE** EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail)

Note: Attached to the Motion to Intervene is the Complaint-in-Intervention or Answer-inIntervention.

Notice of hearing upon plaintiff and defendants Service of motion together with the attached complain-in-intervention or answerin-intervention.

Form No. 32: MOTION FOR JUDGEMENT ON THE PLEADINGS City of Manila: March 3, 2010 Related Rules: Rule 34, ROC SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) Judgment on the Pleadings is proper when: 1. 2. The Answer fails to tender and issue; or Otherwise admits the material allegations of the adverse partys pleadings (Sec. 1, Rule 34, ROC) Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1 Copy furnished PROOF OF SERVICE EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail) REQUEST FOR & NOTICE OF HEARING

Form No. 33: MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL AND MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION Related Rule: Rule 37, ROC

JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff,

Civil Case No. 00001 For: Sum of Money Motion for New Trial

-versusWhen to file: Within the period for taking an appeal MARIA MAKILING, Defendant, x----------------------------------------x MOTION FOR JUDGMENT ON THE PLEADINGS Plaintiff, by the undersigned counsel respectfully alleges: 1. In his Answer to the complaint for a sum of money, defendant merely alleged that he had no knowledge and information as to the truth of the allegations of the complaint. This kind of denial, while allowed in certain instances, does not apply when the facts as to which want of knowledge is asserted are to the knowledge of the court are so plainly ad essentially within the defendants knowledge. It amounts to a general denial that entitles the plaintiff to judgment on the pleadings. Moreover, attached to the complaint, as actionable document, is the promissory note not executed to the defendant to evidence his loan of P 1,000,000.00 He did not question its authenticity under oath. He merely said that he has no knowledge thereof, which is not sufficient to render a factual issue and the same impliedly admits its due execution authenticity, as to entitle plaintiff to judgment on the pleading. WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that this Honorable Court render judgment on the pleadings. Grounds for filing: (FAMEN) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Fraud Accident Mistake Excusable Negligence which ordinary prudence could not have been guarded Newly discovered evidence which not with reasonable diligence have discovered and produced at the trial, which if presented will alter the results

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Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

Affidavit of Merits is necessary if motion for new trial is based on fraud, accident, mistake or excusable negligence

Motion for Reconsideration When to file: Within the period of taking an appeal Civil Case No. 00001 FOR: SUM OF MONEY Grounds for filing: (DED) 1. 2. 3. Damages awarded are excessive Evidence is insufficient to justify the decision or final order Decision or final order is contrary to law

JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff, -versusMARIA MAKILING, Defendant, x----------------------------------------x MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL

Plaintiff, by the undersigned counsel respectfully that: 1. 2. Defendant received copy of the decision, which held him liable for Php2,000,000, with legal interest thereon from the date of decision Due to the illness of this counsel and lack of notice to him and to defendant himself, defendant failed to attend the pre-trial and as a consequence, he was declared in default and plaintiff was allowed to present his evidence ex parte, and the trial court thereafter rendered said judgment, holding defendant liable for said amount. Defendant has good and valid defense to defeat plaintiffs claim because the amount has been paid as evidenced by a receipt issued by plaintiff hereto attached as Annex 1. In support of this motion, defendant attaches herewith and affidavit supporting the accident or mistake and his good and valid defenses to defeat plaintiffs claim, as Annex 2. WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that the decision of this Honorable Court be set aside and new trial be granted. City of Manila: March 8, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) Copy furnished NOTICE OF HEARING PROOF OF SERVICE EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail) **AFFIDAVIT OF MERITS

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff,

Civil Case No. 00001 FOR: SUM OF MONEY

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-versusMARIA MAKILING, Defendant, x----------------------------------------x MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION COMES NOW the defendant through undersigned counsel, to this Honorable Court most respectfully moves to set aside its judgment rendered therein and to grant a reconsideration on the ground that the evidence adduced in this court is insufficient to justify said judgment. 1. 2. 3. 4. In the Final Order dated 28 February 2010, the sole basis presented by plaintiff is a photocopy of a promissory note (Exh A) allegedly signed by the defendant. No efforts were made to locate the original of such evidence; No findings were made as to the authenticity of the signature of the defendant No other evidence was presented to corroborate the said photocopy.

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WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that the judgment rendered herein be set aside and/or reconsidered City of Manila: March 2, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) Copy furnished NOTICE OF HEARING PROOF OF SERVICE EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail)

of delay.

WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that the defendant be given an extension of time, of 15 days from September 17, 2010 within which to file an Answer to the Complaint. City of Manila: September 15, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) Copy furnished PROOF OF SERVICE

Form No. 34: MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE ANSWER Form No. 35: MOTION FOR CONSOLIDATION OF TWO CASES FILED WITH DIFFERENT DEVISIONS OF THE COURT OF APPEALS Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1 Republic of the Philippines COURT OF APPEALS Manila

JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff,

Civil Case No. 00001 FOR: SUM OF MONEY

JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff, -versus-

Civil Case No. 00001 For: Reconveyance

-versusMARIA MAKILING, Defendant, x----------------------------------------x MOTION FOR EXTENSION Defendant through undersigned counsel in the above-entitled case, respectfully alleges that: 1. The defendant was served with summons and a copy of the complaint on September 2, 2010 and consequently, has only up to September 17, 2010 within which to file an Answer: That the undersigned counsel has stated to prepare the Answer but, unfortunately, due to pressure of work in attending to other equally important cases, he will need additional time, of 15 days from September 17, 2010 to complete and file the same; That this motion is being filed solely for the foregoing reason and not for purposes Defendant-Appellant Maria Makiling through the undersigned counsel, respectfully states that : 1. 2. This case is an appeal from the decision of the Regional Trial Court of Manila in Civil Case No. 000001 for recovery of possession of a parcel of land. Herein defendant-appellant is the appellee, and the plaintiff-appellee is the appellant in a pending appeal before the Fifth Division of this Honorable court entitled Mr. Z vs Mr. X, CA GR, CV No. 123 which is an appeal from the decision of the Regional Trial court of Manila in an action for Quieting of Title over the same property subject matter of this case. The same question of ownership is involved in these two cases. In order to avoid different decisions from two divisions if his Honorable Court, this MARIA MAKILING, Defendant, x----------------------------------------x MOTION FOR CONSOLIDATION

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case should be consolidated with CA GR CV NO. 123 bearing the lower case number. WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed this case be consolidated with CA GR CV No. 123

WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that the Honorable Presiding Judge disqualify or inhibit himself from presiding are these proceedings City of Manila: March 03, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1)

City of Manila: September 20, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) Copy furnished NOTICE OF HEARING PROOF OF SERVICE EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail)

Copy furnished NOTICE OF HEARING PROOF OF SERVICE EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail)

Provisional Remedies Note: These are applied at the commencement or during the pendency of the action

Form No. 36: MOTION FOR DISQUALIFICATION/INHIBITION OF A JUDGE Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

Provisional Remedies a. b. c. d. e. Civil Case No. 111111 Preliminary Attachment (Rule 57, ROC)---- accompanied by an affidavit Preliminary Injunction (Rule 58, ROC)--- verified application Receivership (rule 59, ROC)--- verified application Replevin (Rule 60, ROC)--- accompanied by an affidavit Support Pendente Lite (Rule 61, ROC)--- verified application

JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff,

Form No. 37: COMPLAINT WITH PRAYER FOR PRELIMINARY ATTACHMENT Related Rule: Rule 57, ROC Note: Contents: Filed before RTC or MTC depending on the amount involved Affidavit for preliminary attachment must follow the complaint

-versusMARIA MAKILING, Defendant, x----------------------------------------x MOTION FOR DISQUALIFICATION Defendant through undersigned counsel respectfully moves and prays that the Honorable Presiding Judge of this Court be disqualified and/or inhibit himself from presiding over this case, on the ground that Atty. Matt Talino, counsel for the plaintiff herein, is his first cousin, a relative within the fourth degree of consanguinity which is a mandatory ground for disqualification / inhibition pursuant to Sec 1 Rule 137 of the Rules of Court

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Caption (name of court, parties, docket no.) Title Introduction Body (PCW) a. Personal circumstances of the parties

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Cause of action and Grounds for preliminary attachment (e.g. in a complaint for the sum of money wherein defendant is about to remove property in fraud of creditors) c. Willingness to post bond Relief Attorney Plus / Addendum (CA) Certification of non-forum shopping Affidavit (form No. 13) Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that pending the hearing of this case, a writ of preliminary attachment be issues against the property of the defendant to serve as security for the satisfaction of any judgment that may be recovered herein and that after due hearing on the principal cause of this action, judgment be rendered against the defendant for the sum of PhP 1,000,000.00 with interest at the stipulated rate of twelve percentum per annum (12%) from January 20, 2010, plus costs of this suit. City of Manila: March 03, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING AFFIDAVIT FOR PRELIMINARY ATTACHMENT

JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff,

Civil Case No. 00001 FOR: SUM OF MONEY

Form No. 38: COMPLAINT WITH APPLICATION FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION Related Rule: Rule 58, ROC Preliminary Injunction : Order granted at any stage of an action or proceeding prior to the judgment or final order, requiring a party or a court, agency or any person to refrain from a particular act or acts (Prohibitory injunction)

-versusMARIO MAKILING, Defendant, x----------------------------------------x COMPLAINT Plaintiff, by the undersigned counsel, respectfully states that 1. Plaintiff Juan Tamad, of Legal age, single, and a resident of 9 San Miguel St. Quiapo, Manila; while defendant Mario Makiling is of legal age single and resident of 1 Espana Blvd., Manila; Defendant borrowed PhP 1,000,000.00 from plain tiff and executed m to evidence the load, a promissory note on December 10, 2009 herein attached as Annex A; Despite repeated demands, defendant failed and continues to fail and refuse to pay said obligation, constraining plaintiff to file the present suit The defendant is about to depart from the Philippines with intent to defraud his creditors; There is no sufficient security for the claim sought to be recovered from defendant in the instant action, and the amount due to plaintiff is as much as the sum for which the order of attachment may be granted above all legal counterclaims Plaintiff is willing to put up a bond for the issuance of a preliminary attachment is an amount to be fixed by the court, not exceeding the sum of PhP 1,000,000.00 which is the plaintiffs claim herein

It may also require performance of a particular act or acts. (Mandatory Injunction)

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Venue: The court where the action is PENDING; if the action or proceeding is pending in the court of Appeals or in the Supreme Court, it may be issues by said court or any member thereof (Sec.2 rule 58, ROC) Contents: 1. 2. 3. 4. Caption (name of court, parties, docket no.) Title Introduction Body (PCG) a. Personal circumstances of the parties b. Facts of plain tiffs complaint showing his cause of action

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Grounds for the issuance of preliminary injunction (e.g. the commission, continuance, or non-performance of the act during the litigation would probably work injustice to the applicant) Relief Attorney Plus/ Addendum Verification and Certification of non-forum shopping

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That the commission or continuance of some act complained of during the litigation would probably work an injustice to the plaintiff That the plaintiff hereby applies for a writ of preliminary injunction to restrain the defendant from the act herein complained of and for this purpose hereby offers a bond in such sum as this Honorable Court may fix

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

PRAYER WHEREFORE, it is repeatedly prayed that after due notice and hearing a preliminary injunction be issues forthwith to restrain defendant from doing the act herein complained of: namely, to cease and desist from selling the products of ABC INC, in the Philippines; and that after trial, said injunction be made permanent, with costs, and with such further orders that are just and equitable in the premises

City of Manila: March 03, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) Civil Case No. 00001 VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING

JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff,

-versusMARIA MAKILING, Defendant, x----------------------------------------x COMPLAINT Plaintiff, by the undersigned counsel, respectfully states that 1. Plaintiff Juan Tamad, of Legal age, single, and a resident of 1 Recto Avenue Manila; while defendant Maria Makiling is of legal age single and resident 11 Recto Avenue Manila; Plaintiff, engaged in the sale of general merchandise entered into an exclusive dealership and distribution agreement with ABC INC. Whereby plaintiff would exclusively sell ABC INCs products into the Philippines Defendant, also engaged in the sale of general merchandise, began selling the products of ABC INC. In the Philippines without authority to do so. As a result of defendants acts, plaintiff suffered damages and his sale of the products of ABC INC. has been diminishing to such an extent that plaintiff has been losing profits of no less than P500,000 a month starting January 12, 2010 Defendant continues to commit the act of illegally interfering with the agreement executed between plaintiff and ABC INC; That the plaintiff is entitled to the relief demanded and the while or part of such relief consists in restraining the commission or continuance of the acts complained of, either for a limited period or perpetually; Commenced by complaints: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Interpleader Expropriation Foreclosure of Real Estate Mortgage Partition Forcible entry or Unlawful detainer

Commenced by petitions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Declaratory relief and similar remedies Review of adjudications of the constitutional commissions Certiorari, prohibition and mandamus Quo warranto Contempt

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Form No. 39: INTERPLEADER Related Rule: Rule 62 ROC Interpleader: There are conflicting claims upon the subject matter made against a person who claims no interest in the subject matter or an interest which in whole or in part is not disputed by the claimants. The Person may bring an action against the conflicting claimants to compel them to interplead and litigate several claims among themselves. (Sec 1, Rule 62 ROC) MARIA MAKILING, and PEDRO CRUZ, Defendants, x----------------------------------------x

Plaintiff, by the undersigned counsel, respectfully avers that 1. Plaintiff Juan Tamad, of Legal age, single, and a resident of 1 Recto Avenue Manila; defendant Maria Makiling is of legal age single and resident 11 Recto Avenue Manila; while defendant Pedro Cruz is of legal age single and resident 22 Recto Avenue Manila; On or about February 08, 2010, the plaintiff found a gold ring, in San Beda College Campus in Mendiola, Manila, without knowing who its true owner is; The said personal property is now in the possession of the plaintiff;

2. Contents: 1. 2. 3. 4. Caption (name of court, parties, docket no.) Title Introduction Body (P^2C^3) a. Personal circumstances b. Possession of the plaintiff of the property (including circumstances leading to possession) c. Defendants claim that they are the owners d. Plaintiff cannot determine the conflicting claims e. Cause of action for interpleader Relief Attorney Plus/ Addendum Certification of non-forum shopping Example: Conflicting claim on personal property Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1 S 3.

PRAYER WHEREFORE, it is repeatedly prayed that after due notice and hearing a preliminary injunction be issues forthwith to restrain defendant from doing the act herein complained of: namely, to cease and desist from selling the products of ABC INC, in the Philippines; and that after trial, said injunction be made permanent, with costs, and with such further orders that are just and equitable in the premises.

City of Manila: June 15, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING

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JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff,

Civil Case No. 000001

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Form No. 40: PETITION FOR CERTIORARI Contents of Certiorari, Prohibition and Mandamus: 1. 2. 3. 4. Caption (name of court, parties, docket no.) Title Introduction Body (PG 60) a. Personal circumstances b. Grounds relied upon c. Filing within 60 days from notice of judgment or final order Relief Attorney Plus/ Addendum (VPA) Verification & Certificate of non-forum shopping Proof of Service/if filed before the RIC no proof of service is required. Rule 65(Sec. 6) Attached thereto is the certified true copy of the judgment or order subject of the petition and the material portions of the record that would support the petition.

HERMAN MESTISO, as presiding judge, Branch 4, Manila, VINO BOMBA, and the REGISTER OF DEEDS, Manila Respondents, x----------------------------------------x PETITION FOR CERTIORARI The petitioner, by the undersigned counsel , respectfully alleges that: 1. The petitioner is of legal age, single, and with residence at 1 Recto Ave., Manila. He is the defendant in Civil Case No. 12345, Branch 4, RTC, Manila; respondent Vino Bomba is of legal age, single with residence at 33 Recto Ave., Manila. Where he may be served with legal processes. He is the plaintiff in said Civil Case no. 12345; respondent Herman Mestiso is of legal age, single with residence at 33 Recto ave., Manila, who issued the questioned orders and is sued in his official capacity as such; respondent Register of Deeds of Manila City is being sued in its official capacity. Petitioner Bobit Moyas TCT covering a parcel of land in Manila was cancelled and a new TCT was issues in favor of respondent Vino Bomba; Under the Land Registration Decree in involuntary registration of deed and in case the judgment debtor refuses to deliver his owners duplicate certificate of title, an entirely different and separate action has to be filed in the RTC, acting as cadastral or land registration court, for the issuance of an order cancelling the judgment debtors TCT and ordering theRegister of Deeds to issue new title to the judgment creditor as purchaser of the land in the auction sale to satisfy the judgment debt, and not an order from the RTC that rendered judgment for sum of money, the latter order being null and void; The respondent judge acted with grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack of jurisdiction in issuing the questioned orders; There is no appeal, or any plan and speedy remedy in the ordinary course of law other than the instant petition; Petitioner received a copy of the questioned order on February 3, 2010; petitioner filed a motion for reconsideration on February 5 2010; and, petitioner received a copy of the decision denying the motion for reconsideration on February 7, 2010; The instant petition is filed within 60 days from receipt of said order;

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Related Rule: rule 65, ROC Venue: RTC, CA, *SC Review filed with the SC: Against members of the judiciary and attorneys and cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls may be filed originally-in the Supreme Court Those Involving questions of law (petition for review in certiorari) 4. 5. 6.

7. Republic of the Philippines COURT OF APPEALS Manila BOBIT MOYA, Petitioner,

WHEREFORE, petitioner prays that the petition be given due to course and such other reliefs as may be just and equitable in the premises CA-G.R. SP No. 000001 City of Manila: Philippines, March 03, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1)

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Copy furnished 3. VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING PROOF OF SERVICE

Form No. 41: PETITION FOR PROHIBITION Related Rule: Rule 65, ROC Venue: RTC, CA or SC

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Republic of the Philippines COURT OF APPEALS Manila JUAN DELA CRUZ, Petitioner,

Copy of said complaint is attached hereto as Annex A. On or about January 25, 2010, the respondent trial court issues the summons and required petitioner to file his answer thereto, Instead of answering the complaint on the ground that the trial court has no jurisdiction over the subject matter of the case on the ground that the trial court has no jurisdiction over the subject matter of the case on the ground that the parcel of land is located in Caloocan City and the Register of Deeds of Caloocan, which issued the certificate covering the said land, was not impleaded as party defendant. Petitioner received a copy of the decision denying the motion for reconsideration on February 7, 2010 Since respondents are proceeding with Civil Case no. 12345 notwithstanding its lack of jurisdiction, there is need for issuance of a writ of preliminary injunction, in connection with which petitioner avers that he is entitled to the relief demanded, part of which consists in restraining the respondents from continuing with the proceedings in Civil Case no 12345; that the commission or continuance of which during the pendency of the litigation would work injustice to petitioner; and that petitioner is willing and ready to post a bond to respondent to the effect that petitioner will pay all damages which respondents will suffer by reason of the preliminary injunction if the Honorable Court should finally decide that petitioner was not entitled thereto.

CA-G.R. SP No. 000001 WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed , that pending the proceedings in the action, a preliminary injunction be granted ordering the respondent, Honorable Jose Santos to desist and refrain from further proceedings in the premise and that after due notice and hearing, a Writ of Prohibition be issued, commanding the said respondent to desist absolutely and perpetually from further proceedings in the action or matter in question, with costs. City of Manila: Philippines, January 20, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) PETITION FOR PROHIBITION Copy furnished

-versusHON. JOSE SANTOS As Presiding Judge, Branch 01, Manila, and PEDRO PENDUKO, Respondents, x----------------------------------------x

The petitioner, by the undersigned counsel , alleges that: 1. The Petitioner is of legal age, single, and with residence at 1 Recto Ave., Manila. He is the defendant in Civil Case No. 12345, Branch 01, RTC, Manila; Respondent Pedro Penduko is of legal age, single with residence at 33 Recto Ave., Manila, where he may be served with legal process. He is the plaintiff in said Civil Case no. 12345. Respondent Jose Santos is of legal age and is the Presiding Judge of Branch 01, Manila, who issues the questioned orders and is sued in his official capacity as such. He may be served with legal processes at said Branch 01, RTC, Manila On January 10, 2010, private respondent filed a complaint for reconveyance and cancellation of certificate of title of a parcel of land located in Blumentritt, Caloocan City alleging as a ground therefor that said parcel of land has been registered in the name of petitioner merely on behalf and in trust for his benefit. VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING PROOF OF SERVICE

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Form No. 42: PETITION FOR MANDAMUS City of Manila: March 15, 2010 Related Rule: Rule 65. ROC SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1 Copy furnished VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING PROOF OF SERVICE EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail) SCA No. 00001 Form no. 43: PETITION FOR QUO WARRANTO -versusRelated Rule: Rule 66, ROC The Sheriff of Manila, Respondent, x----------------------------------------x PETITION FOR MANDAMUS The petitioner, by the undersigned counsel, respectfully alleges that: 1. The petitioner Juan Tamad is of legal age, single and resident of 1 Recto Ave., Manila, Defendant Sheriff of Manila is of age and may be served with summons and other legal processes at the Office of City Sheriff of Manila. On March 1, 2010, the trial court in Civil Case No. 12345 issued a writ of execution to satisfy the money judgment of P300,000, plus attorneys fees of P100,000, both with legal interest thereon per annum, awarded in said case in favor of petitioner against the defendant in said case. Respondent Sheriff received said writ of execution for enforcement on March 3, 2010: but notwithstanding repeated demands ade by petitioner, he refused and still refuses to implement the same, without any valid excuse therefore. Implementation of said writ of execution is a ministerial duty if the sheriff enjoined by law or resulting from his officem and there is no other plain, speedy, and adequate remedy in the ordinary course of law, other than the instant petition for mandamus. The petitioner by reason of the wrongful act of the respondent has sustained damages in the sym of P200,000. 1. 2. 3. 4. Caption (name of court, parties, docket no.) Title Introduction Body (PCut) A. Personal circumstances of the parties (Solicitor General and/or private individual) B. Cause of action (facts showing usurpation of office and petitioners title thereto) Relief Attorney Plus/ Addendum Verification and Certification of non-forum shopping

JUAN TAMAD, Petitioner,

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Quo Warranto: an action for the usurpation of a public office, position, or franchise. Commenced by a verified petition brought in the name of the Republic of the Philippines against 1. 2. 3. A person who usurps, intrudes into or unlawfully holds or exercises a public office, position or franchise; A public officer who does or suffers an act which, by the provision of law, constitutes a ground for the for feature if his office; or An association which acts as corporation in the Philippines without being legfally incorporated or without authority to so act.

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WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed, that after due notice and hearing, a Writ of Mandamus be issued commanding the respondent Sheriff of Manila to implement the writ of execution, to make a return, and to pay damages of P2,000,000.00, plus cost of suit

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

Form No. 44: COMPLAINT FOR JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE Related rule: Rule 68, ROC Contents:

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES, Petitioner,

Civil No. 00001 For: Quo Warranto

-versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, Respondent, x----------------------------------------x PETITION The petitioner, Republic of the Philippines, though the solicitor 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The petitioner is a sovereign entity organized and existing under the Constitution, with the power to sue; The respondent Juan Tamad is of legal age, single and resident of 1 Recto Ave., Manila; Respondent occupies the position of Commissioner of Bureau of Internal Revenue; Respondent unlawfully holds such position as he is not a Filipino citizen as evidenced by his Birth Certificate attached herewith as Annex A; Petitioner demanded of respondent to vacate the position but the respondent refused and continues to do so constraining petitioner to file the instant petition for quo warranto.

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Caption (name of court, parties, docket no.) Title Introduction Body (P^2D^3A) a. Personal Circumstances of the parties b. Date and due execution of the mortgage (with assignments, if any) c. Description of the mortgaged property d. Statement of the date of the note or other documentary evidence of the obligation secured e. Amount claimed to be unpaid. f. Personal circumstances of the other mortgagees of the property or any person claiming interest thereon (must be included as defendants) Relief Attorney Plus/ Addendum Certification of non-forum shopping

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed, that a writ of quo warranto be issued ousting and altogether excluding the respondent from the position of Commissioner of Internal Revenue. City of Manila: March 3, 2010

JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff,

Civil Case No. 000001 For: Foreclosure of Real Estate

-versusSIGNATURE OF SOLISITOR GENERAL [Same with SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL But indicate MCLE exemption no. Instead of MCLE Compliance No.] VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING Mortgage JOSE SANTOS Defendant, x----------------------------------------x

COMPLAINT Plaintiff, by the undersigned counsel, respectfully avers that: 1. Plaintiff Juan Tamad, of Legal age, single, and a resident of 1 Recto Avenue Manila; while defendant Jose Santos is of legal age single and resident 11 Recto Avenue Manila; On February 20, 2009 defendant borrowed Php 500,000 from plaintiff, payable within one year from said date, with 6% interest per annum: to secure payment of such loans, he executed on the same date a Real Estate Mortgage on his lot located in Manila City covered by TCT No. 123456 of the Registry of Deeds of Manila, more particularly describe as follows:

to issue a decree of foreclosure for the sale at public auction of the above described parcel of land and for the disposition of the proceeds thereof accordance with law. March 3, 2010. Manila, Philippines SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) CERTIFICATE OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING

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Form No. 45: COMPLAINT FOR JUDICIAL PARTITION OF REAL ESTATE A parcel of land (Lot 3, Block 1 of the subdivision plan (LRC) Psd-11111, being a portion of Lot 1-B, described on plan Psd-12222, LRC (GLRO) Rec. No. (NA), situated in the Barrio of Bomber, District of Sampaloc, City of Manila. Bounded on the N., points 1 to 2 by Lot 1 Block 1 on the E., points 2 to 3 by 6; points 5 to 6 by Lot 4, and points 6 to 1 by Lot 2, all of Block 1, all of the subdivision plan. Beginning at a point marked 11 on the plan, being N. 14 deg. 20 E., 53.29m. from Mon. #1, Dist. Of Sampaloc, City of Manila, o thence N. 87 deg. 90 E., 13.88m. to point 2; o thence S. 3 deg. 14 E., 17.64m. to point 3; o thence S, 88 deg. 01W., 13.88m to point 4; o thence N, 2 deg. 48 W., 2.45m. to point 5; o thence N. 4 deg. 05 W. 8.43m. to point 6; o thence N. 2 deg. 17 W.,6.55m. to the point of beginning; Containing an area of TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR (244) square meters, more or less. All points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by P.S. cyl. Conc. ,omds. 15 x 60 cm.s; bearings true, date of the original survey, December 17, 1908 & February 14-17 1966. 3. 4. 5. 6. Copy of said real estate mortgage is attached hereto and made integral part hereof as Annex A. Said Real Estate Mortgage was registered with the Registry of Deeds of Manila on February 28, 2009. Said Real Estate Mortgage is the first mortgage constituted on said land and no other person is claiming any other interest thereon; One-year period has expired, without defendant paying the principal amount and interest thereon. Accordingly, plaintiff demanded of defendant to pay his overdue obligations, despite such demands, defendant continually refuses to pay the same. WHEREFORE, plaintiff prays for judgment as follows Ordering defendant to pay plaintiff pay PPhP 500,000 with 6% interest per annum from February 28, 2010 Upon failure of defendant to pay in full his obligations within the period set by law, Related Rule: Rule 69, ROC A person having the right to compel the partition of real estate may do so as under Rule 69, setting forth in his complaint: 1. 2. 3. Contents: 1. 2. 3. 4. Caption (name of court, parties, docket no.) Title Introduction Body (CRAP) a. Personal circumstances b. Fact of co-ownership and description of property c. Plaintiffs request for partition d. Request for amicable settlement of the partition Relief Attorney Plus/ Addendum Verification and Certification of non-forum shopping Ture and extent of his title Adequate description of the real estate of which partition is demanded; Joining as defendants all the other persons interested in the property.

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Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

1908 & February 14-17 1966. 3. 4. That the plaintiff desires that are above real estate be partitioned between the plaintiff and the defendant; That the plaintiff has requested of the defendant that the above described real estate be amicably partitioned between them by mutual agreement by the said defendant refused and continues to do so. WHEREFORE, it is respectfully preyed: a. That, after due hearing, the partition of the above-described real estate be ordered between the plaintiff and the defendant, share and share alike; b. That the costs and expenses of these proceedings be taxed solely against the defendant. City of Manila, Philippines. March 15, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING

JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff,

Civil Case No. 000001 For: Judicial Partition of Estate

-versusMortgage JOSE SANTOS Defendant, x----------------------------------------x

COMPLAINT Plaintiff, by the undersigned counsel, respectfully avers: 1 Plaintiff Juan Tamad, of Legal age, single, and a resident of 1 Recto Avenue Manila; while defendant Jose Santos is of legal age single and resident 11 Recto Avenue Manila; That the said parties are co-owners, by virtue of intestate inheritance from their deceased parents, of certain real properties located in 10 P. Noval St., Sampaloc, Manila, more particularly described as follows, to wit: APPEALS Form No. 46: APPELLANTS BRIEF Review: Filing of the Appellants Brief shall be the duty of the Appellant to file with the appellate court within forty-five (45) days from the receipt of the notice of the clerk that all the evidence, oral and documentary are attached to the record, seven copies of his legibly typewritten, mimeographed or printed brief, with proof of service of two (2) copies thereof upon the appellee. Format of Brief : as stated in the decision of the Supreme Court in A. G. de Llano v. CA, G. R. No. 142316, November 222, 2001 (SAC-FIAP) 1. 2. Subject Index it facilitates the review of appeals by providing ready reference, functioning much like a table of contents Assignment of Errors enumeration by appellant or plaintiff on error of the errors alleged to have been committed by the court below on the trial of the case upon which he seeks to obtain a reversal of the judgment of decree Statement of the Case gives the appellate tribunal an overview of the judicial antecedents of the case, providing material information regarding the nature of the controversy, proceedings of the trial court, orders and rulings elevated on appeal and the judgment itself.

A parcel of land (Lot 3, Block 1 of the subdivision plan (LRC) Psd-11111, being a portion of Lot 1-B, described on plan Psd-12222, LRC (GLRO) Rec. No. (NA), situated in the Barrio of Bomber, District of Sampaloc, City of Manila. Bounded on the N., points 1 to 2 by Lot 1 Block 1 on the E., points 2 to 3 by 6; points 5 to 6 by Lot 4, and points 6 to 1 by Lot 2, all of Block 1, all of the subdivision plan. Beginning at a point marked 11 on the plan, being N. 14 deg. 20 E., 53.29m. from Mon. #1, Dist. Of Sampaloc, City of Manila, o thence N. 87 deg. 90 E., 13.88m. to point 2; o thence S. 3 deg. 14 E., 17.64m. to point 3; o thence S, 88 deg. 01W., 13.88m to point 4; o thence N, 2 deg. 48 W., 2.45m. to point 5; o thence N. 4 deg. 05 W. 8.43m. to point 6; o thence N. 2 deg. 17 W.,6.55m. to the point of beginning; Containing an area of TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR (244) square meters, more or less. All points referred to are indicated on the planand are marked on the ground by P.S. cyl. Conc. ,omds. 15 x 60 cm.s; bearings true, date of the original survey, December 17,

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Statement of the Fact enumeration of facts which constitute the backbone of a legal document. a. It should contain the facts admitted by the parties as well as the facts in controversy. b. Should be supported by page references to the record. Statement on the issues it puts forth the question of facts or law to be resolved by the appellate court. It is not the same with Assignment of Errors. Arguments the arguments to support or justify the contentions stated in the assignment of errors which would resolve the issues it should be supported by citations and authorities. Prayer the reliefs prayed for by the appellant or his desired result.

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STATEMENT OF THE CASE Present here a clear and concise statement of the: Nature of the action A summary of the proceedings The appealed rulings and orders of the court The nature of the judgment, quoting the dispositive portion thereof Any other matters necessary to an understanding of the nature of the controversy, with page references to the record.

STATEMENT OF THE FACTS The Facts in this case are as follows Under this, present a clear and concise statement in a narrative form of the facts admitted by both parties and of those in controversy, together with the substance of the proof relating thereto in sufficient detail to make it clearly intelligible, with page references to the record and to the transcript of record. STATEMENT OF THE ISSUES The issues of law and of facts raised in this case are as follows: (Make a clear and concise statement of the issues of fact or law to be submitted to the court for its judgment.)

Republic of the Philippines COURT OF APPEALS Manila JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff - Appellant,

CA-G.R. SP No. 000001 For: Sum of Money ARGUMENT (Discuss under each assigned errors appellants arguments, with page references to the record. The authorities relied upon shall be cited by the GR. No. of the case and the date) For instance: People of the Philippines vs. Juan Tamad, GR. No. 55555 (August 15, 1995) PRAYER WHEREFORE, Plaintiff- appellant respectfully prays that the questioned decision, Annex A, of the trial court be set aside and nullified, and judgment be rendered in favor of plaintiff-appellant as prayed for his complaint, as follows: (copy) Plaintiff-appellant further prays for such other reliefs as may be just and equitable in the premises

-versusMARIA MAKILING, Defendant - Appellee, x----------------------------------------x BRIEF FOR APPELLANT Plaintiff-Appellant, by petitioner, by counsel and to his Honorable Court respectfully files his brief for the appellant. SUBJECT INDEX Arguments - Digest arguments in each assigned error, and make reference to pages: Table of cases cited, alphabetically arranged, with reference to pages Table of statutes cited, with reference to pages where they are cited

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City of Manila: Philippines, March 3, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1)

ASSIGNMENT OF ERRORS The trial court committed the following errors, as follows: (List all assigned errors separately, distinctly and concisely, in the order in which they will be discussed.)

APPENDIX A (Certified True Copy of Judgment Appealed from) PROOF OF SERVICE

Form No. 47: PETITION FOR REVIEW Related Rules: Rule 41,42,43,44,45 ROC 1. Parts: (NaPaT-FIEG-DP) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Nature of the case Parties Timeliness of the Petition Statement of Facts and Matters Involved Issues Raised Errors Committed by lower court Grounds for reasons for allowance of Appeal Discussion Prayer THE PARTIES Petitioner Juan Tamad, of legal age, single and a resident of 1 Recto Ave., Manila while respondent Jose Santos is of legal age, single, and a resident of 11 Recto Ave., Manila. TIMELINESS PETITION 2. On March 24, 2010, petitioner received a copy of the decision of the RTC in Civil Case No. 00001. Certified true copy of the decision is attached hereto as Annex A. On April 4, 2010, or within the 15-day period from receipt of said decision Annex A, petitioner filed a motion for reconsideration of said decision. On April 9, 2010, the trial court said motion for reconsideration, copy of which denial was received by petitioner on April 21, 2010. Certified true copy of the order denying the motion for reconsideration is attached hereto as Annex B. The instant petition is filed within 15 days from receipt on May 02, 2010 of the order denying the motion for reconsideration. (Annex A)

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4. Example: Appeal by petition for review within 15 days to court of Appeals in ejectment cases

Republic of the Philippines COURT OF APPEALS Manila JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff - Appellant,

STATEMENT OF FACTS AND MATTERS INVOLVED The Factual background and proceedings are as follows: (here make concise statement of the facts and proceedings that took place in the MTC and RTC, until the latter rendered its questioned decision and its date of receipt by petitioner.) CA-G.R. SP No. 000001

-versusJOSE SANTOS, Respondent, x----------------------------------------x PETITION FOR REVIEW Petitioner, by counsel and to his Honorable Court, respectfully alleges NATURE OF THE CASE The is a petition for review pursuant to Rule 42, of the Rules of Court of the decision of the Regional Trial Court of Manila, Branch 1, entitled , Juan Tamad vs. Jose Santos, Civil Case No. 00001, which affirmed the decision of the Metropolitan Trial Court in Civil Case No. 00001 dismissing plaintiffs (now petitioners) complaint for ejectment upon defendants (now respondents) motion to dismiss on the ground that the RTC, in the exercise of its appellate jurisdiction, committed in its decision errors of law and facts.

ISSUE RAISED The issues raised in this petition are: (Enumerate the errors of facts and law) ERRORS COMMITTED BY TRIAL COURT (Enumerate Errors of facts and law) GROUND OR REASONS FOR ALLOWANCE OF WRIT PRAYED FOR (Enumerate grounds of reasons) DISCUSSION (Discuss in detail each of the grounds) PRAYER WHEREFORE, petitioner respectfully prays a s follows That the petition be given due course; That after due proceeding, judgment be rendered setting aside the questioned decision Annex A and the order Annex B hereof and demanding the case to the

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trial court for further proceedings Petitioner further prays for such other reliefs as may just and equitable in the premises. City of Manila: Philippines, May 20, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) 3. VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING JURAT

c. Opening Sentence; d. Body alleging facts or omissions constituting a crime; e. Contrary to law; f. Oath of Complaint with his/her signature g. Certification of the Prosecutor; and h. Jurat All other offenses filing the complaint or information directly with the MTC and MCTC of the complaint with the prosecutors office. In Manila- in the prosecutors office Essential Parts of Direct Filing of Complaint: (CHOBS-J) a. Caption b. Heading c. Opening Sentence d. Body Alleging the facts or omissions e. Signature f. Jurat

CRIMINAL ACTIONS

Sufficiency of Complaint or Information (Rule 110, Sec. 6) if it states the following: Name of the accused Designation of the offense given by the statue Acts or omissions complained as of constituting offense; Name of the offended party; Approximate date of the coision of the offense; Place where the offense was committed When an offense is committed by more than one person, it should be included in the complaint or information

Form No. 48. CAPTION OF CRIMINAL COMPLAINT REQUIRING PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION Republic of the Philippines OFFICE OF THE PROVINCIAL (OR CITY PROSECUTOR OR OMBUDSMAN, OR COMMISION ON ELECTIONS, AS THE CASE MAY BE)

JUAN TAMAD, Complainant,

IS No. 11111

-versusJOSE SANTOS, Respondent, x----------------------------------------x

Institution of Criminal Actions: 1. Offenses where preliminary investigation is required (Rule 112, ROC)- filing the complaint with the proper officer for the purpose of cinducting the preliminary investigation. Essential Parts of a Complaint where preliminary investigation is required: (CHOBCO-CJ) a. Caption b. Heading

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Form No. 49: JURAT OR OATH OF CRIMINAL COMPLAINT OR AFFIDAVITS OF WITNESSES BEFORE THE PROSECUTOR SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me, the undersigned prosecutor, this 3rd day of March, 2010 in the City of Manila, Philippines. The undersigned Prosecutor certifies that he personally examined the affiant and that he is satisfied that he voluntarily executed and understood his complaint-affidavit (Sgd.) Prosecutor

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INFORMATION (see Forms No. 54 and 55)

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Last January 10, 2010, the respondent borrowed PhP 500,000.00 from me, obliging himself to pay that loan by March 2, 2010. A copy of the promissory note which he made and issued for that loan is hereto attaches as Annex St March 2, 2010, in the City of Manila, the respondent purportedly in payment for that loan, drew and issued to me X Bank Check No. 00001. A copy of that check is hereto attached as Annex B. Upon presentment for clearing /collection, that check was dishonored by the drawee bank for the reason drawn against insufficient funds. The bank debit advice to the effect is hereto attached as Annex C. Notice of dishonor and demand for payment were made upon the respondent, however, the latter simply ignored them. A copy of the said notice is hereto attached as Annex D. I am executing this sworn statement for the purpose of charging the respondent with having violated B.P. Blg. 22.

Form No. 50: COMPLAINT-AFFIDAVIT Filed by the offended party for the commission of a felony/crime Complaint A sworn written statement charging a person w/ an offense, subscribed by the offended party, any peace officer or other public oficier charged w/ the enforcement of the law violated (R110, Sec. 3, ROC) Information An Accusation in writing charging a person with an offense, subscribed by the prosecutor and filed with the court (R110, Sec. 4, ROC)

City of Manila: Philippines, March 20, 2010 (Sgd.) Juan Dela Cruz Complainant JURAT

Essential Parts of Information (CHOP-CCP-JAWB): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Caption Heading Opening Sentence Body alleging the acts or omissions constituting the crime Contrary to Law Certification of Preliminary Investigation Jurat Approval of City Prosecutor (if filed by Assistant City Prosecutor) List of Witnesses Bail Recommended

Republic of the Philippines OFFICE OF CITY PROSECUTOR MANILA JUAN DA CRUZ, Complainant,

I.S. No. 11111 For: Violation of B.P. Blg 22

-versusJOSE SANTOS, respondent, x----------------------------------------x COMPLAINT-AFFIDAVIT I, Juan Dela Cruz, of legal age and a resident of 20 Recto Ave.,Manila, under oath declare that:

Form No. 51: CERTIFICATE OF PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION CERTIFICATE OF PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION This is to certify that a preliminary investigation has been conducted in the aboveentitled case, wherein the accused was given a chance to appear and that on the basis of the evidence presented there is reasonable ground to believe that the offense charged has been

committed and the accused is probably guilty thereof Prosecutor

Approved: Provincial/City Prosecutor OP Chief State Prosecutor WITNESSES: Names and address of witness.

Form No. 53: INFORMATION FOR ACTS OF LASCIVIOUSNESS Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

BAIL RECOMMENDED: P_____________________________________(or not recommended)

PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Plaintiff, -versusPEDRO SANTOS Accused, x----------------------------------------x

Form No. 54: INFORMATION FOR RAPE Criminal Case No. 000001 Acts of Lasciviousness Related Law: Article 336 and 344, par. 3 Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1 INFORMATION

The undersigned , provincial prosecutor, upon sworn complaint originally filed by the offended party, accuses Pedro Santos of the crime of an ACT OF LASCIVIOUSNESS, committed as follows; That on or about January 4, 2010, in the City of Manila, Philippines, within the jurisdiction of this Court, the said accused, actuated by lust, did then and there, willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously, commit an act of lasciviousness on the person of Juana Dela Cruz by then and there embracing and kissing her and touching her breast and sexual organs against her will and by means of force. Contrary to law. (sgd.) Asst. City Prosecutor CERTIFICATION OF PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION/OR CONDUCT OF INQUEST SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before ,me this 3rd day of March, 2010 in the City of Manila.

PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Plaintiff, -versusPEDRO SANTOS Accused, x----------------------------------------x

Criminal Case No. 00000 RAPE

INFORMATION The undersigned , provincial prosecutor, accused PEDRO SANTOS of the crime of rape, committed as follows, to wit: That on or about January 5, 2010, in the City of Manila, Philippines, within the jurisdiction of this Court, the said accused, entered the house of AAA who was then and there alone and by means of force and intimidation, willfully unlawfully, and feloniously did lie, and succeeded in having carnal knowledge of said AAA., without her consent. Contrary to law.

Asst. City Prosecutor CERTIFICATION OF PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION/OR CONDUCT OF INQUEST

(sgd.) Prosecutor

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before, me this 3rd day of March, 2010 in the City of Manila.

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

(sgd)Prosecutor Approved: Provincial/City Prosecutor Or Chief State Prosecutor WITNESSES: Names and address of witness. PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Plaintiff, -versusJUAN TAMAD Accused, x----------------------------------------x Criminal Case No. 000001 MURDER

BAIL RECOMMENDED: P_____________________________________(or not recommended) MOTION FOR BAIL NOTE: No need for the complaint of the offended party under RA 8353 Accused by his undersigned counsel, respectfully states: 1. MOTIONS Form n. 55: MOTION FOR BAIL IN CAPITAL OFFENSE Contents: 1. 2. 3. 4. Caption (name of court, parties, docket no.) Title Introduction Body (DEN) a. Fact of detention b. No ball was recommended c. Evidence of guilt is not strong Relief Attorney Plus/ Addendum (NP) Notice of Hearing Proof of Service 2. The Prosecutor filed an information for murder against herein accused, and recommended no bail, as a consequence he has been detained. The prosecutions evidence of guilt against the accused is not strong; in support whereof, the defendant submits the following: (cite evidence/s of the prosecution belying the charge against the defendant)

WHEREFORE. Upon prior notice and hearing, it is respectfully prayed that the defendant be admitted to bail in such amount as this Honorable Court may fix City of Manila; July 15, 2010. SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) REQUEST FOR NOTICE OF HEARING Copy furnished PROOF OF SERVICE EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail)

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Form No. 56: MOTION TO QUASH INFORMATION Related Rule: Rule 117, ROC Time to file: anytime before entering his plea, the accused may move to quash the complaint or information Form and contents: 1. 2. 3. Grounds: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Facts changed do not constitute and offense The court trying the case has no jurisdiction over the offense charged; The court trying the case has no jurisdiction over the person of the accuse; The officer who files the information had no authority to do so; It does not conform substantially to the prescribed form; More than one offense is charged except when a single punishment for various offenses is prescribed by law; Criminal action or liability had been extinguished; It contains averments which if true would constitute a legal excuse or justification; and The accused has been previously convicted or acquitted of the offense charged, or the case against him was dismissed or otherwise terminated without his express consent. In writing Signed by accused or counsel 3. Specify the factual and legal grounds (Section 2, Rule 117, ROC) MOTION FOR BAILTO QUASH Accused by his undersigned counsel and respectfully moves to quash the information filed against hi on the ground that the court has no jurisdiction in the present case. ARGUMENTS The accused Juan Tamad is a minor. The proper court to try the present case would be a Family Court. The crime was committed in Quezon City, hence, the venue lies therein

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WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that the information filed against the accused be dismissed City of Manila; May 20, 2010. SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) Copy furnished REQUEST FOR NOTICE OF HEARING PROOF OF SERVICE EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail)

LEGAL FORMS COMMON TO CIVIL AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Form No. 57: APPEARANCE AS COUNSEL (caption) ENTRY OF APPEARANCE

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

THE BRANCH CLERK OF COURT Regional Trial Court Branch 1, City of Manila Please enter the appearance of the undersigned as counsel for defendant/accused Maria Makiling, with her express conformity as indicated below. Henceforth kindly address all pertinent notices to the undersigned at the address given below. Criminal Case No. 000001 MURDER City of Manila Philippines, May 02, 2010. SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) With my consent: Maria Makiling Copy furnished

PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Plaintiff, -versusJUAN TAMAD Accused, x----------------------------------------x

Form No. 58: WITHRAWAL AS COUNSEL (WITH CONFORMITY OF CLIENT) Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1 WITHRAWAL OF APPEARANCE THE BRANCH CLERK OF COURT Regional Trial Court Branch 1, City of Manila Please make record of the WITHRAWAL of the undersigned as counsel for defendant/accused Maria Makiling, without the express conformity of said defendant based on e.g mental/physical condition of the lawyer which render it difficult for him/her to carry out effectively. Henceforth kindly address all pertinent notices to the defendant at the address stated in the complaint. City of Manila, Philippines, May 02, 2010

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff, -versusMARIA MAKILING Defendant, x----------------------------------------x

Civil Case No. 0003 FOR SUM OF MONEY

NOTICE OF APPEAL PLAINTIFF/ACCUSED, by counsel, hereby gives notice, within the 15-day required period, that he is appealing the judgment of this Honorable Court dated 6, July 2009, a copy of which he received on July 16, 2009, to the Court of Appeals for being contrary to law and the evidence presented

SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) With my consent: Maria Makiling Copy furnished Copy furnished PROOF OF SERVICE Note: In criminal proceedings, state: Copy of this notice of appeal is served on the Office of the Prosecutor. City of Manila; March 17, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO.1)

Form 61: NOTICE OF APPEAL Related Rule: Rule 40, 42, 122 ROC Requirements of filing notice of appeal: 1. 2. 3. Parties in the appeal Final judgment appealed from Material dates showing timeliness of appeal Notice of appeal must show on its face that it was filed within the period required by law

CIVIL CASE Form No. 62: DEMURRER TO EVIDENCE Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

Note: The Notice of Appeal is filed to the court where the final judgment is appealed from JUAN TAMAD, Plaintiff, Civil Case No. 0003

FOR SUM OF MONEY -versusMARIA MAKILING Defendant, x----------------------------------------x

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DEMURRER TO PROSECUTIONS EVIDENCE Accused by counsel with leave of court previously sought and obtained, respectfully submits this Demurrer of the Prosecutions Evidence on the ground that the prosecution has failed to adduce sufficient evidence of his guilt to overcome the presumption of innocence and shifted burden of proof (state details why the prosecutions evidence failed to overcome the presumption of innocence) WHEREFORE, the accused respectfully prays that the information against him be DISMISSED and that he be ACQUITED of the crime charged. City of Manila; March 03, 2010. SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1)

MOTION FOR DEMURRER TO EVIDENCE DEFENDANT, by counsel, respectfully submits this Demurrer to Evidence because plaintiff has failed to prove entitlement to his claims by preponderance of evidence plaintiff has completed presenting its evidence. (state the details why the plaintiffs claim did not meet the burden of proof required by law) Consequently, plaintiffs has failed to prove his claim by a preponderance of evidence and defendant is entitled to dismissal of the Complaint against her. WHEREFORE, defendant respectfully prays that the Complaint against her be Dismissed.

Copy furnished City of Manila; March 03, 2010 SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO.1) Copy furnished NOTICE OF HEARING PROOF OF SERVICE EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail) Note: In Criminal cases, a motion for leave to file a demurrer to evidence may be filed before the demurrer to evidence itself is filed; in civil cases, the defendant files a motion for demurrer of evidence after the plaintiff has completed the presentation of its evidence. SPECIAL PROCEEDINGS NOTICE OF HEARING PROOF OF SERVICE EXPLANATION (if served by registered mail)

CRIMINAL CASE Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

Form No. 63: PROBATE OF WILL Related Rule: Rule 76, ROC Who May File: Criminal Case No. 000001 MURDER 1. 2. 3. 4. Executor Devisee Legatee Any other persons interested in the estate

PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Plaintiff, -versusJUAN TAMAD Accused,

Venue: If inhabitant (whether citizen or alien) of the Philippines at the time of death RTC where he resides at the time of death If inhabitant of a foreign country at the time of death RTC of any province which he had estate Remember the Rule of Exclusion 4. 5. 2. 3.

of her death, leaving a will, true copy of which is attached hereto as Annex Aand made an integral part hereof. That the petitioner, of legal age, and resident of 111 Recto Ave., Manila, is the executor in said will, and hereby consents to act as such executor. The names, ages, and residences of the heirs, legatees, and devisees of said decent are as follows. Maria Tamad, 37 years old, 29 P. Noval St., Sampaloc Manila Juanito Tamad, 37 years old, 29 P. Noval St., Sampaloc Manila That the property left by the decedent consists of real and personal property, the gross value of which is FOUR MILLIONPESOS (P 4,000,000.00); Petitioner, as named executer, employees and prays that letters, testamentary be issues to him; that e is competent to serve as executor and is ready to give a bind as required by the Rules of Court.

Contents of Petition (JuPe-VNC): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Jurisdictional facts Personal circumstances (names, ages, and residence) of the heirs, legatees & devisees. Probable value and character of property Name of the person for whom letters are prayed for Person having custody of the will (if the same is not delivered to the court) WHEREFORE, the accused respectfully prayed: Upon proper notice and hearing, the above-mentioned will be admitted to probate; b. Letters testamentary (or of administration) be issued to herein petitioner, without bond; c. Such other relief be granted as may be deemed just and equitable in the premises. a.

City of Manila; February 12, 2010. SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING

Form No. 64: PETITION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION In the matter of Petition for, Probate of the Will of Juana Tamad, Deceased, SP. Proc. No. 000001 JUAN TAMAD Petitioner, x----------------------------------------x Related Rule: Rule 79, ROC Contents of Petition (Rule 79, Sec. 2) (JuPe-PN) 1. 2. 3. 4. Jurisdictional Facts; Personal Circumstances (names, ages and residences) of the heirs & (names and residences) of the creditors Probable value & character of the property of the estate; Name of the person for whom letters are prayed for

PETITION The petitioner by the undersigned counsel, respectfully averts 1. On October 20, 2008, deceased Juana Tamad, died on the City of Manila, then residing at 7 San Lazaro St., Sampaloc, Manila, which was her residence at the time

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

Form No. 64: PETITION FOR GUARDIANSHIP OF MINOR Related Rules: A.M. No. 03-02-05-SC (for guardianship of minor) Rules 92-97 ROC (guardianship of incompetents) Venue: Family Court or Regional Trial Court Contents of the Petition (JuWaG-DDR-PG) SP. Proc. No. 000001 1. 2. 3. 4. Jurisdictional Facts Personal circumstances of the Ward Grounds for guardianship Death of the parents of the minor or termination or suspension of parental authority Remarriage of minor surviving parents Personal circumstances of the relatives of the minor within 4th civil degree and persons having him in their care and custody Probable value character and location of property Personal circumstances of the prospective guardian

In the matter of Intestate Estate of Juan Tamad, Petition for Letters of Administration

JUAN TAMAD Petitioner, x----------------------------------------x

PETITION Petitioner, by the undersigned counsel, respectfully alleges that: Petitioner is of legal age, widower of the late Juana Tamad, and with residence at 8 Recto Ave., Manila, his wife having died on October 20, 2008 leaving no will in the City of Manila and resided at Recto Ave., Manila which was his last residence at the time of her death. 2. Deceased was survived by her husband, herein petitioner, and three children, with following names ages, and addresses: 3. Deceased left the following real and personal properties: (character, Location, Probable Value) 4. As far as petitioner knows, the following are the names and residences of the creditors of the deceased: 1. WHEREFORE, it is prayed that, after due notice; publication, and hearing letters of administration of the estate of the deceased Juana Tamad be issued to petitioner adnd for suc other reliefs as are provided in the Rules of Court. .

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Note: The petition must be verified with certificate of non-forum shopping.

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

In the matter of the guardianship of The minor Juan Tamad. SP. Proc. No. 000001

City of Manila; February 12, 2010. SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) JUAN TAMAD Petitioner, x----------------------------------------x

CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING PETITION The Petitioner, by the undersigned counsel, respectfully represents that:

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Petitioner is of legal age, Filipino with residence at 8 Recto Ave., Manila, and is the uncle of the minor Juana Tamad, age 7, and residing at 88 Recto Ave., Manila, within the jurisdiction of this court, petitioner being the brother of the mother said minor. On October 20, 2009, both the parents of Juana Tamad died in a car crash. Parents of the minor left her properties, both real and personal, to wit: (state the properties) Parents of the minor died intestate leaving no other heris except Juana Tamad who succeeds to the whole of their estate. Nearest of kin of Juana Tamad are the following; (here mention the nearest kin and their address) Due to minority of Juana Tamad, it is necessary and convenient that a guardian over his person and property be appointed; Letters of guardianship are prayed for by petitioner, with whom the minor is at present residing and as the minor. (furnish a bond of not less than 10% of the value of the property or annual income, if it exceeds P50,000.00) WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that, after die notice and hearing petitioner be appointed guardian over the person and estate of Juan Tamad and that the corresponding letters of guardianship be issued in his favor and for such reliefs as are provided for in the Rule of Guardianship of Minors.

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

In the matter of Petition for Habeas Corpus of minors Lorna Tamad and Fe Tamad Juana Tamad. Petitioner, - VersusJUAN TAMAD Respondent, x----------------------------------------x

SP. Proc. No. 000001

PETITION The Petitioner by counsel, respectfully states that: 1. Petitioner is of legal age, Filipino with residence at 8 Recto Ave., Manila, Petitioner is the mother of the minors Lorna Tamad & Fe Tamad, who were born out of the valid marriage between petitioner and respondent of Juan Tamad The marriage failed and petitioner has been living separately from respondent since 2006. On January 28, 2010, respondent, unknown to petitioner, abducted the minor children and has kept them incommunicado and out of petitioners reach. Being below seven (7) years of age, custody of the minors is naturally presumed to belong to petitioner, as their mother, Consequently, respondents refusal to allow petitioner to regain custody over the minors is unlawful and un justified WHEREFORE, petitioner respectfully prays that a writ of habeas corpus issue directing respondent to make a retrn showing his legal authority to detain the minor children, subject of this petition and thereafter present the minor children personally before the court on a date and time it chooses

City of Manila; February 12, 2010. SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) 2. VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING 3. Form No 66: PETITION FOR HABEAS CORPUS Related Rule: Rule 102, ROC Venue: 1. Supreme Court or Court of Appeals (or any member thereof may grant the writ) Shall be enforceable anywhere in the Philippines Returnable before the court OR any member thereof Regional Trial Court Enforceable only within the judicial district Returnable before the judge himself

City of Manila; March 15, 2010. SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1)

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VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING

Form No. 67: PETITION OF WRIT OF HABEAS DTA A.M. No. 08-1-16-SC, 22 January 2008, effective 2 February 2008 The writ of habeas data is remedy available to ANY PERSON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Whose right to PRIVACY, in line, liberty of security is VIOLATED, or THREATENED. By an unlawful act or omission Of a public official or employee or Of a private individual or entity engaged in the gathering collecting or storing of data or information regarding the person, family, home and correspondence of the aggrieved party.

Intelligence service of the armed forces of the Philippines Respondent, x----------------------------------------x

PETITION COMES NOW, petitioner, thru the undersigned counsel, respectfully avers that: PARTIES 1. Petitioner Juan Dela Cruz is a Filipino, of legal age, and residing at 8 Recto Ave., Manila. He may be served with notices from this Honorable Court through his undersigned counsel. Public respondent Intelligence Service of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (ISAFP) is a support unit of the AFP engaged in intelligence and information gathering, it may be served orders and processes at AFP engaged in intelligence and information gathering. It may be served orders and processes at AFP-GHQ, Camp Aguinaldo Cubao Quezon City. MATTERIAL ALLEGATIONS Petitioner is a lawyer by profession 1. 2. 3. 4. The petitioner has been suspected to be a member of the communist-rebel group, New Peoples Army (NPA) The petitioner was detained in the Head Quarters of the armed forces of the Philippines at Cam, Aguinaldo, Quezon city. The petitioner was released on 25, February 2010. On the night of 12 January 2010, members of the Armed forces of the Philippines took the petitioner into their custody while he was about to leave his office at Espana, Manila. On the same night the members of the Intelligence Service of the Armed forces of the Philippines read and took from the petitioners office his correspondences and papers which they returned. Upon petitioners release, he sought from the authorities his correspondences and papers which they returned. However, respondent kept a copy of the data and information, in the correspondences and papers in their record. RELIEFS WHEREFORE, petitioner prays that this Honorable Court give the course to this petition and issues the writ of habeas data and file as follows G. R. No. 12345 For: Writ of Habeas Data

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Contents: 1. 2. 3. 4. Caption (name of court, parties, docket no.) Title Introduction Body (LAMP) a. Personal circumstances of parties b. The manner the right to privacy is violated or threatened and how it affects the right to life, liberty or security of the aggrieved party c. Actions and recourses taken by the petitioner to secure the data or information d. Location of the files, registers or database, the government office and the person in charge, in possession or in control of the date or information, if known Relief Attorney Plus/ Addendum: Verification and Certification of Non-Forum Shopping Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT Manila Juan Dela Cruz Petitioner,

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Upon notice and hearing ORDER respondent to: Produce the information in its possession regarding petitioners person, his family , home and correspondence and b. Suppress or destroy the information in its database, Other reliefs just and equitable under the premises are likewise prayed for. a.

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Action or recourses taken by the petitioner to determine the fate or whereabouts of the aggrieved party and the identity of the person responsible for the threat, act or omission Relief Attorney Plus/ Addendum Verification and Certification of Non-Forum Shopping

City of Manila; March 02, 2010. SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1) Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT Manila In the matter of Petition for The Writ of Amparo Of Mario Dela Cruz Juan Dela Cruz Petitioner, - VersusGen. Manny Nindak, In his capacity as head of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Respondent, x----------------------------------------x

VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING

Form No. 68: PETITIONA OF WRIT OF AMPARO A.M. No. 07-9-12-SC, 25 September 2007, amended 16 October 2008; Effective 27, October 2007 The writ of amparo is a remedy available to ANY PERSON 1. 2. 3. 4. Contents: 1. 2. 3. 4. a. b. Caption (name of court, parties, docket no.) Title Introduction Body (PRIA / PAIR) Personal circumstances of parties The right to life, liberty and security of the aggrieved party violated or threatened with violation by an unlawful act or omission of he respondent and how such thread or violation Is committed with the attendant circumstances detailed in supporting affidavits The Investigation conducted, if any, specifying names, personal circumstances and addresses of the investigating authority r individuals, as well as the manner and conduct of the investigation, together with any report . Whose right to LIFE, LIBERTY and SECURITY Is VIOLATED or THREATENED with violation By an unlawful acto or omission Of a public official or employee, or of a private individual or entity

G. R. No. 12345

PETITION COMES NOW, petitioner, thru the undersigned counsel, respectfully avers that: PARTIES 1. Petitioner Juan Dela Cruz is a Filipino, of legal age, and residing at 8 Recto Ave., Manila. He may be served with notices from this Honorable Court his undersigned counsel. Petitioner is the brother of the aggrieved victim Mario Dela Cruz. Respondent Gen. Manny Nindak is the head of the Armed forces of the Philippines (AFP). He may be served orders and process at AFP GHQ, Camp Aguinaldo, Cubao, Quezon City.

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MATERIAL ALLEGATIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Victim is a private individual residing at 8 Recto Ave., Manila and is a bonafide student of X School, Mendiola, Manila, The victim regularly travels from his place to residence to his school by walking The victim was last seen on 10 January 2010, in a mass protest in Mendiola. Manila On said date, the victim was seen accompanied by, and possible even in the custody of respondents subordinated. 5. During the time of the victims disappearance, the respondents subordinates were known to be conducting operations/ activities in the vicinity where the victim was last seen near recto Ave, where the victim would have passed on his way home. Since then, no communication to any family member, friend or schoolmates has been made by the victim. Since the victims disappearance, this relatives and friends have tried to personally locate the victim through inquiries at his usual place or destination. Failing to find the victim, the petitioner, along with other concerned citizens immediately sought the help of certain authorities. Copies of the reports made to local authorities such as barangay blotter, police blotter, letters and complaints filed are hereto attached and made integral part hereof as Annexes A, B, C, respectively. None of those authorities were able to produce the person of the victim. However, in the course of Investigations, the following reports were made: Copies of the findings of the investigations conducted by local authorities are hereto attached and made integral part hereof as Annexes D, E, and F Given the circumstances surrounding the victims disappearance, there can be no bases for a presumption that said disappearance is with the victims consent. Petitioner now comes to this Honorable Court to seek relief for the victim whose exact whereabouts remain unknown. Also considering the fact that the victim is a private individual or a civilian and that he has failed to communicate with any of his relatives until this time, victims remaining in the custody under respondents authority would have to be against his will and in violation of his right to liberty and security. RELIEFS Petitioner respectfully moves for the issuance of the protective reliefs available under the Rule on the Writ of Amparo, specifically: a. An INSPECTION ORDER directed to Col. Pedro Santos for the inspection of Y Cell, I the AFP Headquarters, Camp Aguinaldo, Cubao, Quezon City where the victim was supposedly held in custody prior to the filing of this petition: and A PRODUCTION ORDER derected to Col. Angelo Angeles for the production of the victims laptop, cellphone and walle, and other personal effects which were in his possesion at the time of this disappearance. In support of the motion for the issuance of an Inspection Order and ProductionOrder, petitioner respectfully adopts the affidavit of the

witnesses, which are hereto attached as Annexes G. H, and I. WHEREFORE, petitioner prays that this Honorable Court: A. Immediately after the receipt of this petition: 1. ISSUE the writ of amparo against the respondent; 2. DECLARE VOID all documents signed by the victim since the time of his disappearance unless proof be submitted 3. REQUIRE respondent to disclose all medical examination conducted on the victim and produce reports of all said medical examination; 4. REQUIRE respondents to produce all information he on his office holds pertaining to the victim, the victims home and the victims family and the victims correspondence. 5. REQUIRE respondent to explain the purposes for which such information was used by directing or accrediting the Department or Justice to ensure their protection. 6. ISSUE a Temporary Protection order in favor of petitioner and his witness by directing or accrediting the Department of justice based to ensure their protection. Upon notice and hearing 1. ISSUE and Inspection Order over the property which may contain additional information or evidence regarding the enforced disappearance of the victim: 2. ISSUE a Production Order to persons who may be in possession of custody of other evidence in this case; and ODER respondent to IMMEDIATELY release their victims to the custody of petitioner Other reliefs just and equitable under premises are likewise prayed for.

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City of Manila; March 02, 2010. SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1)

VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING

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Form No. 69: PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME Related rules rule 103, ROC (judicial change of name) RA 9048 (extra-judicial or administrative) Contents of the petition: 1. 2. 3. Petitioner has been a bonafide resident of the province where the petition is filed for three (3) years prior to the date of filing Cause for which change of name is sought Name asked for

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT National Capital Judicial Region Manila, Branch 1

In the matter of a Change of Name of Boy Bastos to Anthony Santos Boy Bastos. Petitioner, x----------------------------------------x

SP. Proc. No. 000001

Grounds for change of name: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Name is Ridiculous, dishonorable and extremely difficult to pronounce; Change of name is legal consequence, as in legitimation When the change will avoid confusion Having continuously used and been known since childhood by a Filipino name, unaware of her alien parentage; A sincere desire to adopt a Filipino name to erase sign of former alienage, all in good faith and without prejudicing anybody; When the surname causes embarrassment, no fraudent purpose is intended for such change.

PETITION The Petitioner by undersigned counsel, respectfully states avers: 1. 2. 3. That the petitioner is of age, single and a resident of 22 Recto Ave., Manila; That he has been a bona fide resident of the City of Manila since the year 1984, or for at least (3) years prior to the date of the filing of this petition; The petitioner was born on July 15, 1984 and his fathers name is Joaquin Bastos while his mothers name is Anita Santos. His birth certificate showed that the name given was Boy Bastos, true copy of which is attached hereto as Annex A. His school records until he finished college carried the name By Bastos. That petitioner has no alias name; The family name which carries, Bastos, means in English perverted, uneducated or ill-mannered which evoked deceive laughter among his schoolmates and neighbors and has caused him embarrassment on his school and social dealings. That the petitioner desires to change his name from Boy Bastos to Anthony Santos, which in surname of his mother, to avoid derisive laughter among his schoolmates and neighbors and to prevent embarrassment and now intends to find work after college and settle in the future. He did not want that his children would suffer the same derisive remarks and embarrassment as what petitioner has suffered for long. WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that, after due notice and publication in accordance with the Rules of Court and hearing this Honorable curt, adjudge that the ptitioners name of Boy Bastos be changed to Anthony Santos. City of Manila; March 15, 2010. SIGNATURE OF COUNSEL (FORM NO. 1)

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Contents: 1. 2. 3. 4. Caption (name of court, parties, docket no.) Title Introduction Body (PR-PARN) a. Personal circumstance of parties b. Residence of petitioner for at least 3 years prior to the filing of petition c. Present name d. A.K.A e. Reason for change of name f. New name Relief Attorney Plus/Addendum: Verification and Certification of Non-Forum Shopping 6.

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VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NON-FORUM SHOPPING

DEEDS, CONTRACTS AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS Contract: meeting of the minds between two persons whereby one binds himself, with respect to the other, to give something or to render some service (Article 1305, NCC Requisites: 1. 2. 3. Consent Object Cause or consideration

Important Points to Remember: In a contract/deed of sale, the property must be stated in its PARTICULARITY (re: technical description) Contract of sale: One of the contracting parties obligates himself to transfer the ownership of and to deliver a determinate thing, and the other to pay therefore a price certain in money or its equivalent (Article 1458, NCC) Conveyance refers to everything by which any estate or interest in estate is created, alienated or mortgaged or assigned. The subject of conveyance is land. A document of conveyance must be notarized or acknowledged before a notary public to be able to register it with the Register of the Deeds Sale of real Property: Land Registration Decree Section 55 prescribes the content of the Deed of Sale of Realty: 1. Full name 2. Nationality 3. Residence or postal address of the vendor and vendee 4. Civil Status 5. Full name of spouse if any If the Vendor is a corporation: state whether it is legally qualified to acquire private lands.

Unilateral Deed Bilateral Deed (The vendee or other party does not assume Vendee or the other party must sign both an obligation) the deed and the acknowledgement No need for the vendee or the other party to Vendee or the other party must sign both sign the deed/contract nor the the deed and the acknowledgement acknowledgement therefore Note: In a DEED, a person disposes of his property or in favor of another Parts of a Typical Deed (VeTAP-CAP-SA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Venue Title Announcement Party One Consideration Act or conveyance Party Two Signature; and Acknowledgement

Form No. 70: SALE OF REGISTERED LAND Quick Summary (also applicable in the sale of personal property) (VePCOD-FA / VeT-PCO-DFA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Venue and title Personal Consideration Operative words Description of Property: specify the technical description that appeared in the TCT or OCT Fact of Ownership Acknowledgement

Operative Words to Remember : Kinds of Deed/Contract Sale Assignment Exchange Donation Power of Attorney Parties Vendor & Vendee Assignor & Assignee Party 1 & Party 2 Donor & Donee Principal & Agent or Atty. In fact Operative Words in the Deed Sell, Transfer and Convey Assign, Transfer and Convey Cede, Transfer and Convey For in consideration of love and affection Name, constitute and appoint, Hereby Giving and Granting

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto signed this deed of sale, this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad Vendor SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF (sgd) Maria Makiling vendee

I, Juan Tamad, Filipino citizen, of legal age, single, with residence and post office address at 5 Recto Ave., Manila; WITNESSETH: For and in consideration of the sum of One Million PESOS (P1,000,000.00), Philippine currency, to me in hand paid by Maria Makiling, Filipino citizen, of legal age, single with residence and post office address at 7 P. Noval St., Sampaloc Manila. Do hereby SELL, TRANSFER, AND CONVEY, absolutely and unconditionally, unto the said Maria Makiling, his/her heirs and assigns, at that certain parcel/s of land , together with the buildings and improvements thereon, situated in the City of Manila, and more particularly described as follows, to wit: A parcel of land (Lot 3, Block 1 of the subdivision plan (LRC) Psd-111111, being a portion of Lot 1-B, described on the plan Psd-12222, LRC (GLRO) Rec. No. (NA), situated in the Barrio of Bomber, District of Sampaloc, City of Manila, Bounded on the N., point 1 to 2 by Lot 1, Block 1; on the E., points 2 to 3 by Road Lot; on the S., points 3 to 4 by Lot 5; and on the W., points 4 to 5 by Lot 6; points 5 to 6 by Lot 4, and points 6 to 1 by Lot 2, all of Block 1, all of the subdivision plan. Beginning at a point marked 1 on the plan, being N, 14 deg 20 E., 53.29m. from Mon, #1, Dist. Of Sampaloc City of Manila thence N. 87 deg. 09 E., 13.88m, to point2; thence S. 3 deg. 14 E., 17.64m, to point3; thence S. 88 deg. 01 E., 13.88m, to point4; thence N. 2 deg. 48 E., 2.45m, to point5; thence N. 4 deg. 05 E., .43m, to point6; thence N. 2 deg. 17 E., 6.55m, to the point of beginning;; containing an area of TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR (244) square meters, more or less, all points rerfed to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by P.S. cyl.conc.mons. 15x60 cm.s; bearings true , date of the original survey, December 17, 1908 and February 14-16 , 1966. xxx xxx xxx Bounded on the S. along line 1-2 by Lot 1513; on the @., along lines 2-3-4-5-6 by Lot 1486; On the N. along lines 7-8-9 by Lot 1476 and on the Ex, along line 9-1 by Lot 1488, all CadD, Manila Cadastre. xxx xxx xxx **It is hereby mutually agreed that the vendee shall be all the expenses for the execution and registration of his deed of salt.

(sgd) Tess Tigo Witness JOINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Notes:

(sgd) Marika Makiling Witness

Copy the technical description from the Transfer Certificate of Title Bilateral deed as the vendee assumes an obligation. The administration and enjoyment of the absolute community an conjugal partnership shall belong to both spouses jointly (Article 96 and 124 of the Family Code) HOWEVER, a spouse may mortgage , encumber, alienate or otherwise dispose of his or her exclusive property (not belonging to the conjugal partnership) without the consent of the other spouse. (Article 112 of the FC)

Form No. 71 DEED OF SALE OF UNREGISTERED LAND

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S DEED OF SALE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: I, Juan Tamad, Filipino citizen, of legal age, single, with residence and posT-office address at 5 Recto Ave., Manila For and in consideration of the sum of One Million PESOS (P1,000,000.00), Philippine currency, to me in hand paid by Maria Makiling, Filipino citizen, of legal age, single with residence and post office address at 7 San Lazaro St., Sampaloc Manila. Do hereby SELL, TRANSFER, AND CONVEY, absolutely and unconditionally, unto the said Maria Makiling, his/her heirs and assigns, at that certain parcel/s of land , together with the buildings and improvements thereon, situated in the City of Manila, and more particularly described as follows

A parcel of land (Lot 3, Block 1 of the subdivision plan (LRC) Psd-111111, being a portion of Lot 1-B, described on the plan Psd-12222, LRC (GLRO) Rec. No. (NA), situated in the Barrio of Bomber, District of Sampaloc, City of Manila, Bounded on the N., point 1 to 2 by Lot 1, Block 1; on the E., points 2 to 3 by Road Lot; on the S., points 3 to 4 by Lot 5; and on the W., points 4 to 5 by Lot 6; points 5 to 6 by Lot 4, and points 6 to 1 by Lot 2, all of Block 1, all of the subdivision plan. Beginning at a point marked 1 on the plan, being N, 14 deg 20 E., 53.29m. from Mon, #1, Dist. Of Sampaloc City of Manila thence N. 87 deg. 09 E., 13.88m, to point2; thence S. 3 deg. 14 E., 17.64m, to point3; thence S. 88 deg. 01 E., 13.88m, to point4; thence N. 2 deg. 48 E., 2.45m, to point5; thence N. 4 deg. 05 E., .43m, to point6; thence N. 2 deg. 17 E., 6.55m, to the point of beginning;; containing an area of TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR (244) square meters, more or less, all points rerfed to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by P.S. cyl.conc.mons. 15x60 cm.s; bearings true , date of the original survey, December 17, 1908 and February 14-16 , 1966. xxx xxx xxx Bounded on the S. along line 1-2 by Lot 1513; on the @., along lines 2-3-4-5-6 by Lot 1486; On the N. along lines 7-8-9 by Lot 1476 and on the Ex, along line 9-1 by Lot 1488, all CadD, Manila Cadastre. xxx xxx xxx **It is hereby declared that the boundaries of the foregoing land are visible by means of. ______________; that the permanent improvements existing thereon consists of _________ (if none, state so); that the land is assessed for the current year at P_________________ as per Tax Declaration #No. ______________, and the buildings and/or improvements, at P__________________ as per Tax Declaration No. ___________, of the City / Municipal Assessor of _______________. The above described real estate, no having been registered under Act. No. 496 nor under the Spanish Mortgage Law, the parties hereto have agreed to register this instrument under the provision No. 3344 as amended by Section 133 of RD 1529. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad Vendor SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF (sgd) Tess Tigo Witness JOINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (sgd) Irma Pirma Witness (sgd) Maria Makiling vendee

Form No. 72: DEED OF SALE OF REGISTERED LAND WITH PACTO DE RETRO REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S DEED OF SALE WITH PACTO DE RETRO This Deed of Sale with Pacto de Retro made and executed by and between: Juan Tamad, Filipino, of legal age, single, with residence at 9 Recto Ave., Manila known herein as the VENDOR Maria MAkiling, Filipino, of legal age, single, with residence at 20 Recto Ave., Manila known herein as the VENDEE WITNESSET: That 1. The VENDOR is the absolute owner of a certain parcel of land with all the buildings and improvements thereon, situated in the City of Manila, and more particularly described as follows.

A parcel of land (Lot 3, Block 1 of the subdivision plan (LRC) Psd-111111, being a portion of Lot 1-B, described on the plan Psd-12222, LRC (GLRO) Rec. No. (NA), situated in the Barrio of Bomber, District of Sampaloc, City of Manila, Bounded on the N., point 1 to 2 by Lot 1, Block 1; on the E., points 2 to 3 by Road Lot; on the S., points 3 to 4 by Lot 5; and on the W., points 4 to 5 by Lot 6; points 5 to 6 by Lot 4, and points 6 to 1 by Lot 2, all of Block 1, all of the subdivision plan. Beginning at a point marked 1 on the plan, being N, 14 deg 20 E., 53.29m. from Mon, #1, Dist. Of Sampaloc City of Manila thence N. 87 deg. 09 E., 13.88m, to point2; thence S. 3 deg. 14 E., 17.64m, to point3; thence S. 88 deg. 01 E., 13.88m, to point4; thence N. 2 deg. 48 E., 2.45m, to point5; thence N. 4 deg. 05 E., .43m, to point6; thence N. 2 deg. 17 E., 6.55m, to the point of beginning;; containing an area of TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR (244) square meters, more or less, all points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by P.S. cyl.conc.mons. 15x60 cm.s; bearings true, date of the original survey, December 17, 1908 and February 14-16 , 1966. xxx xxx xxx Bounded on the S. along line 1-2 by Lot 1513; on the @., along lines 2-3-4-5-6 by Lot 1486; On the N. along lines 7-8-9 by Lot 1476 and on the Ex, along line 9-1 by Lot 1488, all CadD, Manila Cadastre. xxx xxx xxx his title thereto shown by Transfer (for original) Certificate of title No. 1234 issued by

the Register of Deeds of Manila; 1. 2. The VENDOR, for and in consideration of the amount of One Million Pesos (P 1,000,000.00), to him paid by VENDEE and receipt of which is acknowledged, does hereby SELL, TRANSFER and CONVEY under pacto de retro unto the said VENDEE, his heirs and assigns, the property with all the buildings and improvements thereon, free from all liens and encumbrances whatsoever; The VENDOR, in executing this conveyance, hereby receives the right to REPURCHASE and VENDEE, in accepting the same hereby obligates himself to RESELL the property herein conveyed within a period of ten, (10), years from date of this deed for the same price of One Million Pesos (P1,000,000.00); Provided, however at if the VENDOR shall fail to exercise his right to repurchase as therein grated within that period provided, then this conveyance shall become absolute and irrevocable without the need of a new Deed of Absolute Sale, subject to requirements of law regarding consideration of ownership of real property. The VENDOR-MORTGAGEE is the absolute owner of a certain parcel of land with all the buildings and improvements thereon, situated in the City of Manila, and more particularly described as follows.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad Vendor SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF (sgd) Tess Tigo Witness JOINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (sgd) Irma Pirma Witness (sgd) Maria Makiling vendee

A parcel of land (Lot 3, Block 1 of the subdivision plan (LRC) Psd-111111, being a portion of Lot 1-B, described on the plan Psd-12222, LRC (GLRO) Rec. No. (NA), situated in the Barrio of Bomber, District of Sampaloc, City of Manila, Bounded on the N., point 1 to 2 by Lot 1, Block 1; on the E., points 2 to 3 by Road Lot; on the S., points 3 to 4 by Lot 5; and on the W., points 4 to 5 by Lot 6; points 5 to 6 by Lot 4, and points 6 to 1 by Lot 2, all of Block 1, all of the subdivision plan. Beginning at a point marked 1 on the plan, being N, 14 deg 20 E., 53.29m. from Mon, #1, Dist. Of Sampaloc City of Manila thence N. 87 deg. 09 E., 13.88m, to point2; thence S. 3 deg. 14 E., 17.64m, to point3; thence S. 88 deg. 01 E., 13.88m, to point4; thence N. 2 deg. 48 E., 2.45m, to point5; thence N. 4 deg. 05 E., .43m, to point6; thence N. 2 deg. 17 E., 6.55m, to the point of beginning;; containing an area of TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR (244) square meters, more or less, all points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by P.S. cyl.conc.mons. 15x60 cm.s; bearings true, date of the original survey, December 17, 1908 and February 14-16 , 1966. xxx xxx xxx Bounded on the S. along line 1-2 by Lot 1513; on the @., along lines 2-3-4-5-6 by Lot 1486; On the N. along lines 7-8-9 by Lot 1476 and on the Ex, along line 9-1 by Lot 1488, all CadD, Manila Cadastre. xxx xxx xxx his title thereto shown by Transfer (for original) Certificate of title No. 1234 issued by the Register of Deeds of Manila; 2. The VENDOR, for and in consideration of the amount of One Million Pesos (P 1,000,000.00), to him paid by VENDEE and receipt of which is acknowledged, does hereby SELL, TRANSFER and CONVEY under pacto de retro unto the said VENDEE, his heirs and assigns, the property with all the buildings and improvements thereon, free from all liens and encumbrances whatsoever; It is hereby agree and stipulated that the UNPAID BALANCE of ____________________ Pesos (P______________) of which amount __________________Pesos (P_____________) shall be paid by the VENDEEMORTGAGOR to the VENDOR-MORTGAGEE at the latters residence, as follows: (State manner of payment)

Form No: 73 DEED OF SALE OF MORTGAGE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S DEED OF SALE WITH MORTGAGE This Deed of Sale with Mortgage made and executed by and between: Juan Tamad, Filipino, of legal age, single, with residence at 11 Recto Ave., Manila known (VENDOR-MORTGAGEE). Maria MAkiling, Fipilino, of legal age, single, with residence at 20 Recto Ave., Manila (VENDEE-MORTGAGOR) WITNESSET: That-

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In order to guarantee the fulfillment of the above obligation the VENDEEMORTGAGOR does hereby MORTGAGE unto the said VENDOR-MORTGAGEE, his heirs and assigns, the property described together with all the buildings and improvements thereon, under the express stipulation that if the said VENDEE-MORGAGEE the obligation , then this mortgage shall be of no further force and effect otherwise the same shall remain in full force and effect and shall be enforceable in the manner prescribed bellow

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad Vendor SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF (sgd) Tess Tigo Witness JOINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (sgd) Irma Pirma Witness (sgd) Maria Makiling vendee

5. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad Vendor SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF (sgd) Tess Tigo Witness JOINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (sgd) Irma Pirma Witness (sgd) Maria Makiling vendee

Form No. 75: SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY (MOTOR VEHICLE) KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: I, Juan Tamad, of legal age, single, Filipino, residing and with postal address at 222 Recto Ave., Manila for and consideration of the sum of Eighty Thousand Pesos (P 80,000.00), receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, have TRANSFERRED AND CONVEYED by way of absolute sale unto Maria Makiling that certain motor-vehicle describe as:

Form No. 74: DEED OF ASSIGNMENT REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S DEED OF ASSIGNMENT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: I, Juan Tamad, Filipino citizen, of legal age, single, with residence and post-office address at 2 Recto Ave., Manila For and in consideration of the sum of Ninety Thousand PESOS (P90,000.00), receipt of which is hereby ASSIGNED, TRANSFER, AND CONVEY, absolutely and unconditionally, unto the said Maria Makiling,, likewise of legal age, and resident of 8 Espana Blvd, Manila, all his/her rights, title, ownership and interest over its subscription to One Hundred Thousand (100,000) shares of the capital stock of X Corporation including advances due from said corporation. It is, however, understood that the assignee shall assume any and all unpaid subscription on the said shares. The assignor hereby irrevocable CONSTITUE, NAME AND APPOINT the assignee to be his/her true and lawfull attorney-infact to make representations with the corporate secretary and to cause the annotation of this assignment in the books of the corporation. MAKE : Honda SERIES: City YEAR MODEL : 2000 PLATE NO. :ABC 123 MOTOR NO. :10101010 SERIAL/CHASSIS NO. :1010101010 FILE NO. :12340 C.R. NO. : 04321

Of which I am the absolute owner, free from all liens and encumbrances (sgd.) Juan Tamad Seller SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF (sgd) Tess Tigo Witness ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (sgd) Irma Pirma Witness

Contract of Lease: one of the parties binds himself to give another the enjoyment or use of a thing for a price certain and for a period which may be definite or indefinite. (Article 1642 NCC)

Form No. 76: LEASE OF REAL PROPERTY Parts of a Typical Lease (VeT.APO-AC-Ack) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Venue and Title Announcement Personal Circumstance of the Lessor and Lessee Ownership of property Agreement to lease the property Conditions: consideration, term of lease exclusive of property, repairs taxes, utilities, deposit, right of first refusal, venue of action (optional), arbitration clause. Joint Acknowledgement

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The Monthly rental shall be six thousand PESOS (P6,000.00) , Philippine Currency, to be paid by the LESSEE at the office of the LESSOR on or before the fifth Currency, to be paid by the LESSEE at the office of the LESSOR on or before the fifth (5th) day of each and every month, plus one per centrum (1%) surcharge per month for the payment of rentals made after the 5th day of the month due. It is expressly agreed and understood that the payment of the rental herein stipulated shall be made without the necessity of express demand and without delay on any ground whatsoever; The term of this lease is ten (10 years) commencing on January 1, 2010 and expiring on January 1, 2020; The LESSEE hereby expressly agrees and warrants that the leased premises shall be used by him (it) exclusively for the following purposes, to wit residential and the said LESSEE is hereby strictly prohibited from using the said premises for any other purpose or business without the prior written consent of the LESSOR; The major and minor repairs shall be for the account for the LESSOR; Taxes and assessments shall be for the account of the LESSOR, while expenses for electricity, water and other utilities shall be for the account of the LESSEE Upon the signing of this agreement, the LESSEE shall pay by way of deposit unto the LESSOR the sum of twelve thousand PESOS (P12,000.00) to answer for payment rentals in the event that the LESSEE fails to pay the rentals on time and other expenses or charges that the Lessee may in favor with the LESSOR. The LESSEE shall have the right of first refusal should the LESSOR decided to sell the property during the term of the lease; (2007 BAR EXAMS, right of refusal clause) (Other conditions: Venue of litigation shall only be for the City of Manila or arbitration clause)

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S CONTRACT OF LEASE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This AGREEMENT OF LEASE made and entered into by and between: The LESSOR: Juan Tamad, of Legal age, and resident of the City of Manila, Philippines, (OR partnership OR a corporation duly organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the Philippines, with its principal place of business at the City of Manila) -andThe LESSE:Maria Makiling, of legal age, and resident of the City of Manila, Philippines (OR partnership OR a corporation duly organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the Philippines, with its principal place of business at the City of Manila) WITHNESSETH: WHEREAS, the LESSOR is the owner on fee simple of a certain parcel/s of land, together with the buildings and improvements thereon situated in the City of Manila, and more particularly described as follows: (Description of Property) WHEREAS, the LESSOR has offered to lease and the LESSEE has agreed to rent the abovementioned property. NOW THEREFORE, the LESSOR hereby lets and leases unto the LESSEE the abovedescribed property under the following terms and conditions:

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad Vendor SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF (sgd) Tess Tigo Witness JOINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (sgd) Irma Pirma Witness (sgd) Maria Makiling vendee

Form No. 77: LEASE PF PERSONAL PROPERTY REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S CONTRACT OF LEASE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That Juan Tamad, of legal age, single and residing in 22 Recto Ave. Manila, Philippines as he/she hereby leases his/her car make/model with Plate No. XXX-888. Motor no. 23456 and Engine no. 34566 to Maria Makiling, of legal age, single and residing in 33 Recto Ave., Manila who hereby accepts to lease the said motor vehicle, subject to the following terms and conditions: (State terms and conditions) IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad Lessor ACKNOWLEDGEMENT REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: Juan Tamad, Filipino, of legal age, single with residence and post office address a 30Recto Ave., Manila, herein called the MORTGAGOR: In favor of Maria Makiling, Filipino, of Legal Age, single with residence and post office address at 70 Recto ave., Manila, herein called the MORTGAGEE WITHNESSETH That: 1. The MORTGAGOR does hereby convey by the way of REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE unto the MORTGAGEE the following described real property, situated in Manila City, together with all the Improvements to wit: (description of property) Containing an area of 800 SQUARE METERS, more or less. xxx Bounded on the S. along line 1-2 by Lot 1513; on the @., along lines 2-3-4-5 by Lot 1486; on the N. along lines 7-8-9 by Lot 1476 and on the E., along line 9-1 by Lot 1488, all Cad-405-D, Manila Cadastre xxx Mortgage (Articles 2085-2092, 2124-2131 NCC) Form No. 78: REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE Quick Summary; (VeT-MAM-CODA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Venue and Title Mortgagor Amount of Loan Mortgagee Conveyance of Real Property with technical description Ownership od Real Property Discharge of mortgage Acknowledgement 2. of which real property the MORTGAGOR is the registered owner as evidenced by Original/transfer certificate of title No. 1234567 of the Registry of Deeds of Manila; The this real estate mortgage is given as security for the payment to the MORTGAGEE of a loan dated January 9, 2010 for the sum of One Million PESOS (P1,000,000), PROVIDED, However , that if said Juan Tamad shall pay or cause to be paid to said Maria Makiling his heirs or assigns m the said sum within the period of three(3) years from and after the execution of this MORTGAGE together with the interest thereon at the rate of three per centum (3%) per annum, this MORTAGE shall be discharged and of no effect; OTHERWISE, it shall remain on full force and effect and shall be enforceable in the manner provided for by law.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad Vendor SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF (sgd) Tess Tigo Witness ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (sgd) Irma Pirma Witness (sgd) Maria Makiling vendee

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The MORTGAGOR do hereby convey by the way Chattel mortgage unto the MORTGAGEE the following described real property, situated and presently in the possession of the said MORTGAGOR, to wit: (specify and describe the article/s mortgaged)

MAKE SERIES YEAR MODEL PLATE NO 2.

Honda City 2000 ABC 123

MOTOR NO. SERIAL/CHASSIS NO. FILE NO. CR NO.

10101010 1010101010 12340 04321

Form No. 79: CHATTEL MORTGAGE Chattel Mortgage Law of Act No. 1508 Quick Summary (Vet-PeCon-SDAA): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Venue and Title Personal circumstances of the parties Conveyance of mortgage and technical description of personal property Fact that the property was given as a security for a loan or a copy of the PN Discharge of the mortgage Acknowledgement Affidavit of Good Faith 3.

This CHATTEL MORTGAGE is given as security for the payment of the MORTGAGEE, of a certain promissory note, dated October 20, 2009 for the sum of one hundred thousand PESOS (P100,000.00) with interest thereon at the rare of three per centum (3%) per annum, according to the terms thereof, and in the words and figures following : (copy the promissory note) Date P100,00.00 180days after date, Juan Tamad, promise to pay to the order of Maria Makiling , the sum of One hundred thousand pesos (P100,000.00) Maker

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S CHATTEL OF MORTGAGE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: Juan Tamad, Filipino, of legal age, single with residence and post office address a 90Recto Ave., Manila, hereinafter called the MORTGAGOR: In favor of Maria Makiling, Filipino, of Legal Age, single with residence and post office address at 45 Recto ave., Manila, hereinafter called the MORTGAGEE WITHNESSETH That:

The conditions of this CHATTEL MORTGAGE is such that if the said MORTGAGOR, his heirs, executors, or administrators shall well and truly perform the full obligation above stated according to the terms thereof this CHATTEL MORTGAGE shall be discharged and of no effect, otherwise, it shall remain in full force and effect and shall be enforceable in the manner provided for by law.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad Vendor SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF (sgd) Tess Tigo Witness ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (sgd) Irma Pirma Witness

Article 1878: Special power of attorney is required among others: 1. 2. 3. To enter into any contract by which ownership of an immovable is transmitted or acquired either gratuitously or for a valuable consideration To leave any real property to another person for more than one year; and To create or convey said rights over immovable properties

POWER OF ATTORNEY (ARTICLE 1868 NCC) Form No. 80: SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY Quick Summary (Power of Attorney): (VeT-PAP-GA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Venue and Title Personal Circumstance Appointment: operative words name, constitute and appoint Power Granting authority: operative hereby giving and granting Acknowledgement

Barrio of Bomber, District of Sampaloc, City of Manila, Bounded on the N., point 1 to 2 by Lot 1, Block 1; on the E., points 2 to 3 by Road Lot; on the S., points 3 to 4 by Lot 5; and on the W., points 4 to 5 by Lot 6; points 5 to 6 by Lot 4, and points 6 to 1 by Lot 2, all of Block 1, all of the subdivision plan. Beginning at a point marked 1 on the plan, being N, 14 deg 20 E., 53.29m. from Mon, #1, Dist. Of Sampaloc City of Manila thence N. 87 deg. 09 E., 13.88m, to point2; thence S. 3 deg. 14 E., 17.64m, to point3; thence S. 88 deg. 01 E., 13.88m, to point4; thence N. 2 deg. 48 E., 2.45m, to point5; thence N. 4 deg. 05 E., .43m, to point6; thence N. 2 deg. 17 E., 6.55m, to the point of beginning;; containing an area of TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR (244) square meters, more or less, all points rerfed to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by P.S. cyl.conc.mons. 15x60 cm.s; bearings true , date of the original survey, December 17, 1908 and February 14-16 , 1966. xxx xxx xxx Bounded on the S. along line 1-2 by Lot 1513; on the @., along lines 2-3-4-5-6 by Lot 1486; On the N. along lines 7-8-9 by Lot 1476 and on the Ex, along line 9-1 by Lot 1488, all CadD, Manila Cadastre. xxx xxx xxx of which I am the registered owner in the fee simple, title thereto being evidenced by the Transfer/Original Certificate of Title No. 1234, Issued by the Register of Deeds of Manila, free from all liens and encumbrances; and, HEREBY GIVING AND GRANTING unto my said attorney-in-fact full power and authority to do and perform all and every act requisite or necessary to carry into effect the foregoing authority to sell, as fully to all intents and purposes as I might or could lawfully do if personally present, with full power of substitution or revocation, and hereby ratifying and confirming all that my said attorney or his substitute shall lawfully o or cause to be done by virtue hereof. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad Principal Conforme: (sgd) Maria Makiling Attorney-in-fact

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: 1. Juan Tamad, of legal age, single, resident of 23 Espana Manila, do hereby name, constitute and appoint Maria Makiling ,m of legal age, single, resident of 35 Reco Ave., Manila, to be my true lawful attorney-in-fact, for me and in my name, place and stead to do the following act, to wit; Within the period of twelve months (or years), to SELL, TRANSFER and CONVEY, for the price not less than One Million PESOS (P1,000,000.00), Philippine Currency, to whosoever may purchase or buy the parcel of land, with (or without) improvements, located in the City of Manila, and more particularly described, to wit;

A parcel of land (Lot 3, Block 1 of the subdivision plan (LRC) Psd-111111, being a portion of Lot 1-B, described on the plan Psd-12222, LRC (GLRO) Rec. No. (NA), situated in the

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF (sgd) Tess Tigo Witness JOINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (sgd) Irma Pirma Witness IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad

Form No. 81: REVOCATION OF POWER OF ATTORNEY Quick Summary (VeT-ACP-NRA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Venue and Title Announcement Personal Circumstances Power of Attorney Notarial Registration Revocation clause: operative words revoke, annul and make void Acknowledgement

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF (sgd) Tess Tigo Witness ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (sgd) Irma Pirma Witness

WILLS AND DONATIONS Form No. 82: HOLOGRAPHIC WILL Note:

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S REVOCATION OF POWER OF ATTORNEY KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: WHEREAS, under the date of February 20, 2010, I, Juan Tamad, executed a Power of Attorney, naming and appointing Maria Makiling as my tre and lawful attorney-in-fact , for the purposes and with the powers set forth in the instrument, which was ratified before Atty. Notar Yo, Notary Public in and for Manila as per Doc No. 1, Page No. 2, Book No. 3, series of 2010 of his Notarial Register. WHEREAS, I now desire to revoke and terminate the said Power of Attorney and render it without further force and effect; NOW, THEREFORE, I, Juan Tamad, by virtue of these presents, hereby revoke , ANNUL, and make VOID the said power of attorney and all power and authority therein or thereby given of granted or intended to be given or granted to said Maria Makiling

Should be entirely written, dated and signed by the hand of the testator. (Article 810 NCC) Need not be acknowledged or subscribed before a notary public. But for purposes of its PROBATE, it is better that the signature of the testator of a holographic will be witnessed by at least three (3) witnesses. (Article 811 NCC)

City of Manila 3 March 2010 I hereby execute this holographic will, in my handwriting and in the English language which I know how to read and write, bequeathing my house and lot located at 20 Recto Ave., Manila to my son, Juan Tamad Jr. and cash amounting to fifty Thousand Pesos (P50,000.00) to my spouse, Maria Makiling Tamad (Sgd) Juan Tamad Sr.

Form No. 83: NOTARIAL WILL Requisites of a Will: (Article 797, 798, 802-819 NCC) ATTESTATION CLAUSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. In writing In a language or dialect known to the testator Subscribed at the end by the testator or by testators name written by a person in his presence Attested and subscribed by at least three instrumental witnesses Testator and witnesses must sign in each and every page thereof except the last on the left margin Pages should be numbered correlatively in letters on the upper part of each page Attestation clause Acknowledged before a notary public

(sgd) Juan Tamad Testator

We, the undersigned attesting witness whose residences are stated opposite our respective names, do hereby certify: That the testator, Juan Tamad, _______________ has published unto us the foregoing will consisting of _____________ pages numbered correlatively, in letters on the upper part of each page, as his/her Last Will and Testament and has signed the same on each and every page thereof in the left margin, in the presence of the testator and in the presence of each and all of us ------------------------------------------(name and signature or witness) ---------------------------------( residence )

------------------------------------------(name and signature or witness REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: I, Juan Tamad, of legal age, married to Maganda Tamad, a native of Philippines, now actually residing at 22 Recto Ave., Manila, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, and not acting under influence, violence, fraud or intimidation of whatever kind, do by these presents declare this to be my Last Will and Testament which I have caused to be written in English, the language which known to me. And I hereby declare that: 1. 2. The following are my children with their address: (names and addresses) I give and bequeath to my children Lorna Tamad, Anna Tamad, and Fe Tamad, in equal shares, the following properties, real and personal, whatsoever located: (description) I designate Abe O. Gado as the sole executor of this last will and testament. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ------------------------------------------(name and signature or witness

---------------------------------( residence )

---------------------------------( residence )

Form No. 84: DONATION MORTIS CAUSA Donations Mortis Causa: Donations which take effect upon the death of the donor which partake the nature of testamentary provisions. (Article 728 NCC) Note: A deed of donation mortis causa should be in the form of a will. The acknowledgement should also follow the form for that of a will. Donation mortis causa partakes the nature of testamentary succession; need NOT be accepted.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines.

Quick Summary: (VeT-POCA-RAJ) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Venue and Title Personal circumstances Ownership and description of the property Conveyance of property Acceptance Right to control this statement is recommended by the Supreme Court to be inserted in every donation mortis causa to indicate clear intention that liberality is to exist only at donors death. Attestation clause (same as wills) Joint Acknowledgement (same as wills)

thence S. 3 deg. 14 E., 17.64m, to point3; thence S. 88 deg. 01 E., 13.88m, to point4; thence N. 2 deg. 48 E., 2.45m, to point5; thence N. 4 deg. 05 E., .43m, to point6; thence N. 2 deg. 17 E., 6.55m, to the point of beginning;; containing an area of TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR (244) square meters, more or less, all points referrd to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by P.S. cyl.conc.mons. 15x60 cm.s; bearings true , date of the original survey, December 17, 1908 and February 14-16 , 1966. xxx xxx xxx Bounded on the S. along line 1-2 by Lot 1513; on the @., along lines 2-3-4-5-6 by Lot 1486; On the N. along lines 7-8-9 by Lot 1476 and on the Ex, along line 9-1 by Lot 1488, all CadD, Manila Cadastre. xxx xxx xxx 2. That for and in consideration of the love and affection which the DONOR has for the DONEE, the said DONOR by these presents do hereby cede, transfer and convey, unto the DONEE, his heirs and assigns, the real property above described with all the buildings and improvements thereon, to become effective upon the death of the DONOR, but in the event that the DONEE should die before the DONOR, the present donation shall be deemed rescinded and of no further force and effect That the DONEE does hereby accept this donation of the above-described real property, and do hereby express her gratitude for the kindness and liberality of the DONOR. That the DONOR hereby retains the right to control and dispose at will the above-described property before his death, without need of the consent of intervention of the DONEE. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have signed this deed this 3rd day of March 2010 at City of Manila, Philippines. (sgd) Juan Tamad Donor (sgd) Maria Makiling Donee

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES CITY OF MANILA )S.S DEED OF DONATION KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This DEED OF DNATION, made and executed by:

3. Juan Tamad of legal age, single , Filipino citizen and with residence and postal address at 14 Recto Ave., Manila, hereinafter called the DONOR Maria Makiling of legal age, single, Filipino citizen and with residence and postal address at 35 Recto Ave., Manila, hereinafter called the DONEE. 4.

WITNESSETH I, That the DONOR is the owner on the fee simple of that certain real property situated at Manila City, and more particularly described in transfer / original certificate of title no. 1234 of the land registry of Manilaa s follows with: A parcel of land (Lot 3, Block 1 of the subdivision plan (LRC) Psd-111111, being a portion of Lot 1-B, described on the plan Psd-12222, LRC (GLRO) Rec. No. (NA), situated in the Barrio of Bomber, District of Sampaloc, City of Manila, Bounded on the N., point 1 to 2 by Lot 1, Blobk 1; on the E., points 2 to 3 by Road Lot; on the S., points 3 to 4 by Lot 5; and on the W., points 4 to 5 by Lot 6; points 5 to 6 by Lot 4, and points 6 to 1 by Lot 2, all of Block 1, all of the subdivision plan. Beginning at a point marked 1 on the plan, being N, 14 deg 20 E., 53.29m. from Mon, #1, Dist. Of Sampaloc City of Manila thence N. 87 deg. 09 E., 13.88m, to point2;

(name and signature or witness ATTESTATION CLAUSE JOINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

( residence )

PARTNERSHIP AND CORPORATION FOR PARTNERSHIP Quick Summary (PeN-POM-TeCa-DiSa-Dis-Jack) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Personal Circumstances of the partners Name of partnership Purpose of partnership Principal Office address Managing partner and duties Term of existence Capital contribution of each partner Division of profits Salary of managing Partner Dissolution of partnership Joint Acknowledgement 2.

Note: Failure to comply does not prevent the formation of the partnership or affects its liability and that of the partners to third persons but gives the partner the right to compel each other to execute the contract. Where immovable property or real rights are contributed regardless of the value thereof (Article 1773 NCC). a. Must be in writing in a public instrument b. A inventory of the property contributed, signed by the parties is attached to the public instrument. Note: Absence of either formality renders the contract VOID. If personal property, aside from real property, is contributed, the inventory need not include the former. 3. Where the contract falls within the Statute of Frauds.

Form No. 85: ARTICLES PF GENERAL PARTNERSHIP Related Laws: Articles 1711, 1772, 1773, 1776 NOC

ARTICLE OF PARTNERSHIP OF XYZ KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

Essential Features 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. There must be a valid contract Legal capacity of partners Mutual contribution of asset and/or industry to a common fund There must at least be one general partner Object must be lawful Primary purpose: to gain profits

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2. 3. 4. 5.

Form of contract: General rule: No Special form is required for its validity or existence. (Article 1771 in relation to Article 1456, NSC) Exceptions: 1. Where the contract of partnership has a capital P8,000.00 or more, in money or property (Article 1772): it shall appear in a public instrument and must be recorded in the Office of the Securities and Exchange Commission. 6. 7.

These Articles of Partnership, made and executed by and among Juan Tamad (Filipino), residing at #8 Recto Ave., Manila; Maria Makiling , (Filipino), residing at #7 Recto Ave., Manila; (and) Juan Dela Cruz. (Filipino), residing at #6 Recto Ave., Manila, all of legal age, They have formed a partnership among themselves under the name and style of XYZ; The purpose for which said partnership is formed are (here state purposes of the firm) The principal office of the partnership shall be located at 50th flr. ABC Bldg. Rufino St. Makati City; It is hereby stipulated that Juan Tamad shall be the partner upon whom the management of the firm and the use of its signature shall be entrusted ; that he shall exercise such powers necessary to attain the purposes of this partnership, including the power to draw drafts, bills of exchange and other negotiable instruments and accept the same for and in the name of the firms to appoint and dismiss employees and to fix their tenure and withdraw the same for purposes of the partnership and (others) The term of existence of this partnership shall be ten (10) ears to commence from and after the execution of these articles; The capital of the partnership as contributed by the partners are as follows, to wit;

Juan Tamad Maria Makiling Juan Dela Cruz

P100,000; P100,000; P100,000;

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Designation and salary of general partner Division of profits Joint acknowledgement

Thereby making a TOTAL CAPITAL OF P300,000.00; 8. Profits and losses shall be divided share and share alike among the partners of the partnership (or in proportion to their respective capital); The Managing partner is hereby given a salary of thirty thousand PESOS (P 30,000.00) per month;

Other Provisions (if agreed upon): Additional contributions to be made by each limited partner and the times at which or events on the happening of which they shall be made. 1. 2. 3. 4. The time when the contribution of each limited partner is to be returned. The right of a limited partner to substitute an assignee as contributor in his place, and the terms and conditions of the substitution. The right of partners to admit additional limited partners The right of one or more limited partners to priority over other limited partners, as to contributions or as to compensation by way of income, and the nature of such priority. The right of remaining general partner to continue business on the death, retirement, civil interdiction or insolvency of a general partner. The right of a limited partner to demand and receive property other than case in return for his contribution. ARTICLE OF PARTNERSHIP OF XYZ, LTD KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: 1. These Articles of Partnership, made and executed by and among Juan Tamad (Filipino), general partner, residing at #8 Recto Ave., Manila; Maria Makiling , (Filipino), limited partner, residing at #7 Recto Ave., Manila; (and) Juan Dela Cruz. (Filipino), limited partner, residing at #6 Recto Ave., Manila, all of legal age, They have formed a partnership among themselves under the name and style of XYZ; The purpose for which said partnership is formed are (here state purposes of the firm) The principal place of the business of the p[partnership shall be located at 50th flr. ABC Bldg. Rufino St. Makati City; The term for which the partnership is to exist shall be ten years from and after the execution of this agreement. The capital of this partnership shall be three hundred thousand PESOS, Philippine Currency contributed by the partners, as follows to wit;

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10. If during the term of the partnership, any of the partners shall die the partnership shall continue among the surviving partners unless one of the latter expressly requests for dissolution. IN WITNESS WHEREFORE, the parties have hereunto set their hands, this 3rd day of March, 2010 in Manila, Philippines.

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_________________________ _________________________ _________________________ (signature of partners) Signed in the presence of ____________________________________ JOINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Form 86 ARTICLES OF LIMITED PARTNERSHIP Related Laws: articles 1843 1867, NCC Quick Summary: (PNP-PrinTeC-DDJ) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Personal Circumstances of partners Name of Limited Partnership should always be accompanied by LTD after the name Purpose/s of the Limited partnership Principal place of business Term of Existence Capital contribution

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Juan Tamad (general manager) Maria Makiling (limited manager) Juan Dela Cruz (limited manager)

P100,000; P100,000; P100,000;

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Juan Tamad, general partner, is hereby designated the manager of the partnership, with a monthly salary of P30,000.00 The profits and losses shall be divided share and share alike among the partners of the partnership. (State in what proportion they shall share in the profits and in the losses).

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9. IN WITNESS WHEREFORE, the parties have hereunto set their hands, this 3rd day of March, 2010 in Manila, Philippines.

Paragraph 6: number of directors or trustees [must be at least 5 but not more than 15 and state the name, nationalities and residence of the persons who shall act as directors until the first regular ones are duly elected and qualified. 7. Paragraph 7: (amount of authorized capital stock, number of shares into which it is divided, and in case of par value shares, the part value of each. 8. Paragraph 8: names, nationalities and residences of the original subscribers, and the amount paid by each on his subscription; (if some or all of the shares are without par value, state such fact) 9. Paragraph 9: names, nationalities and residences of the original subscribers, and the amount paid by each of his subscription 10. Paragraph 10: other matters which the incorporators may deem necessary and convenient. 11. Paragraph 11: Designation of Treasurer Other Requirements: 1. 2. 3. It must be signed by the incorporators and by at least two witnesses Acknowledged before a notary public Attached with a Treasures Affidavit in the form below

_________________________ _________________________ _________________________ (signature of partners) Signed in the presence of ____________________________________ JOINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Form No. 88: ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF NON STOCK CORPORATION Note: Same basic contents with that of a stack corporation. Please take note of the following differences; May not include a purpose which would change or contradict its nature as Nonstock Corporation Names, nationalities and residences of te contributors and the amount contributed by each, Instead of subscription.

Form No. 87: ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF STOCK CORPORATION Basic contents under Section 14, 15, Corporation Code: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Paragraph 1: Name of the corporation Paragraph 2: primary and specific purpose/s for which the stated purpose, indicate which is the primary purpose and which is/are the secondary purpose or purposes. Paragraph 3: place where the principal office of the corporation is to be located (must be within the Philippines) Paragraph 4: term for which the corporation is to exist )not exceeding 50 years) Paragraph 5: names, nationalities and residences of the incorporators.

Form No. 89: COMPANY RESOLUTION INCREASONG THE NUMBER OF BOARD DIRECTORS AND THE NECESSARY AMENDMENT TO THE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Related Law: section 16 of the corporation Code

RESOLUTION NO. 1 Resolved, by a vote of the stockholders representing more than 2/3 of the subscribed and paid up capital stock, to INCREASE the number of Directors of the Corporation from five to 7 and to AMEND the Articles of Incorporation to reflect this increase.

Approved and adopted this 3rd day of March, 2010 at Manila, Philippines. (signature of at least a majority of the Directors)

ATTESTED: _____________________________ President

Form No. 90: CERTIFICATION OF BOARD RESOLUTION BY CORPORATE SECRETARY Quick Summary: (PeRF-Ju) 1. 2. 3. 4. Personal circumstances of secretary Resolution of the Board Resolution still in force Jurat SECRETARYS CERTIFICATE I, Juan Tamad, of legal age, with office address at 50 flr. ABC Bldg. Rufino St., Makati City, on the basis of the corporate records, do hereby certify under oath that: 1. I am the corporate secretary of XYZ Corporation, a corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the Philippines, with the same office address given above. At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the corporation held on March 3, 2010, at which meeting a quorum was present and obtained throughout , the following resolution(s) was(were) unanimously approved and adopted: (Copy of the Board Resolution) *RESOLVED as it is hereby RESOLVED, that ______________ is appointed as the Corporate Secretary of X corporation, and be authorized as she is hereby authorized to have access to all the corporate records of X Corporation. 3. The foregoing resolution has not been revoked, amended or in any manner modified and accordingly, the same may be relied upon until a written notice to the contrary is issued by the corporation IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my signature and the seal of the corporation, this 5th March, 2010 _____________________________ (Signature of the Secretary)
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Form No. 91: PETITION FOR CORPORATE REHABILITATION Note: Within RTC Jurisdiction Related Rule: A.M/ No. 00-8-10-SC, November 21, 2000: Re: Rehabilitation Review: Filed a debtor who foresees the impossibility of meeting its debts when it falls due OR creditors holding at least 25% of the debtors total liabilities Section 2: Contents of the petition 1. Name and business of the debtor 2. Nature of the business of the debtor 3. History of the debtor 4. Cause of its inability to pay its debts 5. All the pending action or proceedings known to the debtor and the courts or tribunals where they are pending; 6. Threats or demands to enforce claims of liens against the debtor; and 7. The manner by which the debtor may be rehabilitated and how such rehabilitation may benefit the general body of creditors, employees, and stockholders. ____? par. 2: What should accompany the petition? ____? financial statement of the debtor at the end of its last fiscal year; ____? financial statements as of the end of the month prior to the filing of the petition; Schedule of debts and liabilities; Inventory of assets; Rehabilitation plan; Schedule of payments and disposition of assets which the debtor may heave effected within 3 months immediately preceding the filing of petition;

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Schedule of cash flow for 3 months immediately preceding the filing of the petition; Statement of possible claims by or against the debtor; Affidavit of general financial condition; At least 3 nominees for the position of rehabilitation receiver; and Certificate under oath stating that the filing of the petition has been duly authorized and that the directors and stockholders have irrevocably approved of the rehabilitation plan.

That, in pursuance of said notice, they appeared in person m on the date of the meeting, stockholders representing ninety shares out of a total of one hundred shares of the capital stock said corporation. That at said meeting, upon motion duly seconded the following resolution, which had previously been approved by the board of Directors on April 1, 2011, was submitted to the stockholders for approval and was duly adopted by the unanimous vote of all the stockholders present, being then more than two thirds of the outstanding capitals lock of the corporation Whereas, it is not deemed, advisable by the Board of Directors of QRST Corporation to continue operations as a corporation. Whereas, this corporation is solvent and has no outstanding debts, and its dissolution will not affect the rights of any whatsoever. Now, therefore, BE IT RESOLVED, as it is hereby resolved, pursuant to Sec. 118 pf the Corporation Code, that this corporation be forthwith dissolved and to that end, it is ordered that a special meeting of the stockholders be called on May 2, 2011 at 10 oclock A.M. at the office of the corporation to take action upon this resolution. That the foregoing resolution, as above quoted was unanimously approved by the stockholders of the corporation; That the requirements of Sec. 118 of the Corporation Code have been compiled with.

___? Section 3 Verification by the debtor NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS Review: Form of Negotiable Instruments (Section 1, NIL) (WUPOA) Must be in writing and signed by the marker or drawer Must contain an unconditional promise to pay a sum certain on money Must be payable on demand, or at a fixed determinable future time Must be payable to order or to bearer When the instrument is addressed to a drawee, he must be named otherwise indicated therein with reasonable certainty

Form 92: CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION CERTIFCATE OF DISOLUTION Of QRST CORPORATION KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRSENTS: We, the undersigned, a majority of the Board of Directors of QRST Corporation, hereby certify: That on May 2, 2011, 10 oclock A.M. a special meeting of the stockholders of said corporation was upon call of the Board of Directors, held at the office of the corporation at 1F 1st Bldg. Ortigas, Pasig City for the purpose of securing the consent of the stockholders to the That written notice of the proposed dissolution was for six consecutive weeks published in the daily newspaper ABBS Inquirer, a newspaper of general circulation in the Philippines, published in the place where said corporation is located and a copy of said notice was addressed to each stockholder of record by registered mail at least 30 days prior to said meeting:

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, he undersigned directors of said corporation have signed this Certificate of Dissolution, this first day of June, 2011, in Pasig City, Philippines

CERTIFIED CORRECT ______________________________________ (to be signed by at least a majority of the Board of Directors) Countersigned: _____________________________ (Secretary)

Form No. 93: PROMISSORY NOTE Related Law: Sec 184, NIL March 3, 2009 P500,000 3 months (or days) after date, I promise to ay the order of Juan Tamad the sum of five hundred thousand PESOS, with interest at three percent per annum until Fully paid. The Maker and indorsers severally waive presentment for payment, protest and notice of nonpayment of this note.

Form No. 95: CHECK Related Law: Sec 185 NIL

BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Makati, Philippines Makati, Philippines March 3, 2009

PAY to _______________________________ or order/bearer PESOS________________________________ _________________________________ (Maker) _____________________________ (Signature) Form No. 94 BILL OF EXCHANGE Related Law: Sec. 126 NIL Manila, March 3, 2009 P500,000.00 For value received, pay to Juan Tamad or order the sum of five hundred thousand (P500,000..) PESOS. Philippine Currency, and charge the same to the account of Maria Makiling, No. 96: DEMAND LETTER ___________________________ (Signature of Drawer) TO: (Name of Drawee) ________________________________ (Adress) Pina Utang 10 Recto Ave., Manila Dear Ms. Utang, Our FIRM represents Mr. Nilo Loko of MOQ 72 Malacanang Park, Manila, He is one of the many investors on your company, X Corporation After due consultation with him, it has come to our attention that you issues two Y Bank Checks bearing the NOS. 11111 and 22222, dated 22 December 2009 and 22 January 2010 respectively, both having a face value of Seventy Thousand Pesos (PhP 70,000.00). March 25, 2010 COMMON FORMS FOR LAW PRACTICE P_________________________ (Philippine Currency)

On February 15, 2010, our client presented the above described checks for payment, however, they were dishonored for the reason that the said account was closed Hence, formal Demand is being made upon your person to make good the said within five (5) days from receipt hereof, or else, we shall be constrained to file the necessary action on court, both civil and criminal. Please consider this correspondence as our Final Demand We trust that you will give this matter preferential attention,

Form No. 98: CONTRACT OF LEGAL SERVICES MAKILING, TAMAD, MAGANDA & MALAKAS Law firm 1L, 1st Bldg., Recto Ave., Manila Tel Nos. 57000/86236 MTMM@yahoo.com 1 March 2011

Respectfully yours (sgd.) ATTY. ABE O. GADO Magtatanggol and MAnalo Law Office Unit 1, A bldg.., Espana, Manila

Juan Tamad Meniola, Manila Re: Agreement for Legal Services In Petition for Annulment of Marriage

Form No. 97: BILLING STATEMENT MAKILING, TAMAD, MAGANDA & MALAKAS Law firm 1L, 1st Bldg., Recto Ave., Manila Tel Nos. 57000/86236 MTMM@yahoo.com 19 November 2011 GARY DAVID No. 1, First St. Mendiola, Manila Re: Dear Sir: Please refer to the breakdown below of our billing statement as of date, in connection with the referenced case. a. b. c. Motion for Time Hearing October 15 and November 9, 2011 SPA for pretrial and mediate PhP PhP PhP 1,500.00 6,000.00 1,500.00 Billing Statement

Dear Mr. Tamad: We confirm that you have retained us to perform the following legal services in your behalf: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Ordinary office consultations; Rendition of legal advice and opinions ; Preparation and review of all pleadings, affidavits and all other legal documents; Appearance in court in cases of litigation; and Securing medical examination report as well as permits, licenses, or certification before appropriate government agencies.

As our client, you will decide the general direction your matter will follow. We will not take major steps without asking your instructions. Final decisions will be yours, with recommendations coming from our firm. We can make no guarantees of the outcome, but we will give you the best legal services we can. We will establish an effective communication with you. Please call or make an appointment for a meeting whenever you need clarification on the actions we are taking. We will make reports on the matter from time to time and send you copies of correspondence we send or receive and documents we prepare. It is your responsibility to keep us informed of any change in your mailing address or phone number. We will maintain certain communications absolutely confidential, when you reveal information in confidence to obtain legal advice or services. Our fee will be one hundred thousand pesos (P100,000.00) payable upon your acceptance of this proposal and another fifty thousand pesos (P50,000.00) upon rendition of the decision in the case. In addition, you shall also pay the following:

We hope that you find our statement in order Our best regards Very truly yours, MARIA MAKILING

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The sum of P1,500.00 for every appearance of your lawyers in court and/or conference/meetings plus all out-of-pocket expenses incurred in connection with the handling of the case; Disbursements that we make to third parties to carry your mater forward i.e. charges for long-distance telephone and fax, courier, travel, process service, searches, transcripts, certificated; Other charges for non-legal services, we will bill you only for photocopying. All other items will be supplied as part of our fee.

Please call if you have any question about these charges, We want you to have a full understanding of the basis of the charges for our non-legal services. To keep you informed and to allow us to continue to carry on business while the matter proceeds, we will send you a monthly Interim bill and a final bill when your matter is completed. All bills, including interim bills, are due when rendered. We sincerely hope that neither of us will find it necessary o end our relationship early. However, if either of us decides to end our relationship, we will expect you to pay all of the outstanding bills before we release your file. Final accounting covering all fees, charges and disbursements shall be made. Please call if you have any question on terminating our services. If the foregoing terms and conditions are acceptable to you, kindly indicate your conformity by signing on the space indicated below and returning to us a signed copy of this letter Yours sincerely, Atty. Maria Makiling For the Firm

I have read and agreed to the terms of this retainer letter JUAN TAMAD

NOTE: There are four blanks (___?) under Form 91. I


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