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DENR: Homestead Patent = is a mode of acquiring alienable and disposable lands of the public domain for agricultural purposes

conditioned upon actual cultivation and residence. Where should Homestead Application be filed? A Homestead application like any other public land applications should be filed at the DENR-Community Environment and Natural Resources Office where the land being applied for is located. Who are qualified to apply?

notice.The Final Proof is filed not earlier than 1 year after the approval of the application but within 5 years from the said date. >Confirmatory Final Investigation; > Order of Issuance of Patent; > Preparation of patent using Judicial Form No. 67 and 67-D and the technical description duly inscribed at the back thereof; > Transmittal of the Homestead patent to the Register of Deeds concerned. Signing and Approving Authority?

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Citizens of the Philippines. Over 18 years old or head of the family. Not the owner of more than 12 hectares of land pursuant to the 1987 constitution

For Homestead and Free Patents: 1. 2. 3. Up to 5 hectares (has.) - PENRO More than 5 Has. to 10 Has. - RED More than 10 Has. - DENR Secretary

Can a married woman make a Homestead entry? A married woman can now apply for a patent application under DAO-2002-13 dated June 24, 2002 issued by the then Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Heherson T. Alvarez. This is in accordance with Article II, Section 14 of the Constitution and Republic Act No. 7192 otherwise known as the "Women in Development and Nation Building Act" as implemented by DAO No. 98-15 of May 27, 1998 on "Revised Guidelines on the Implementation of Gender and Development (GAD) Activities in the DENR". This Administrative Order gives women, equal right as men in filing, acceptance, processing and approval of public land applications. Legal Requirements? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Application fee of P50.00 Entry fee of P5.00; Final fee of P5.00; Approved plan and technical description of the land applied for; Actual occupation and residence by the applicant;

Meaning : Homestead is a mode of acquiring alienable and disposable lands of the public domain for agricultural purposes conditioned upon actual cultivation and residence. The Philippine Legislature passed the Homestead law in 1903. History: In 1903 the homestead program allowed enterprising tenants to acquire a farm of at least 16 hectares to cultivate. However, the program was not implemented nationwide and was introduced only in some parts of Mindanao and Northern Luzon, where there were available public alienable and disposable lands. National Land Settlement Administration (NLSA), created through Commonwealth Act. No. 441, continued the Homestead Program. Qualifications

Steps leading to the issuance of a Homestead patent? 1. 2. 3. 4. Filing of application; Preliminary Investigation; Approval of application; Filing of final proof which consists of two (2) parts; 4.1. Notice of intention to make Final Proof which is posted for 30 days. 4.2. Testimony of the homesteader corroborated by two (2) witnesses mentioned in the

A Homestead application should be filed at the Department of Energy and Natural Resources Community Environment and Natural Resources Office where the land being applied for is located. Those who are qualified to apply for the patent should be a Filipino citizen and of legal age (18), most preferably the head of a family. In addition, the applicant should not own more than 12 hectares of land pursuant to the 1987 constitution.

processing and approval of public land applications. Section 19 -not more than one homestead entry shall be allowed to any one person and no person to whom a homestead patent has been issued by virtue of the provisions of this Act regardless of the area of his original homestead. If at any time after the approval of the application and before the patent is issued. 456. Provided. 67 and 67-D and the technical description duly inscribed at the back thereof. 98-15 of May 27. may be allowed another homestead which.A married woman can now apply for a patent application under DAO-2002-13 dated June 24. the government will conduct a preliminary investigation verifying the authenticity of the statements of the applicants. Approved plan and technical description of the land applied for. The final proof in filed not earlier than one year after the approval of the application but within 5 years from the indicated date. "No alienation. or institutions. 7192 otherwise known as the Women in Development and Nation Building Act as implemented by DAO No. units. nor shall they become liable to the satisfaction of any debt contracted prior to the expiration of said period. 2002 issued by the then Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Heherson T. lands acquired under free patent or homestead provisions shall not be subject to encumbrance or alienation from the date of the approval of the application and for a term of five years from and after the date of issuance of the patent or grant. acceptance. Actual occupation applicant and residence by the According to Commonwealth Act No. associations. Entry fee of P5. The applicant will then wait for the preparation of patent using Judicial Form No. then the applicant. or conveyance of any homestead after five years and before twenty-five .00. the government will conduct a confirmatory final investigation and then they will release an order of issuance of patent. and there is a bona fide purchaser for the rights and improvements of the applicant on the land.00. Legal Requirements The legal requirements needed for the application are the following: Application fee of P50. Lastly. the purchaser shall file a homestead application to the land so acquired and shall succeed the original homesteader in his rights and obligations beginning with the date of the approval of said application of the purchaser. 1998 on "Revised Guidelines on the Imoplementation of Gender and Development (GAD) Activities in the DENR". or corporations. If the government. That any previous homesteader who has been issued a patent for less than twenty-four hectares and otherwise qualified to make a homestead entry. This Administrative Order gives women. however. There are several steps before a person is issued a homestead patent. This is in accordance with Article II. Alvarez. Any person who has so transferred his rights may not again apply for a new homestead. Upon the filing of application. and immediately after such transfer. Every transfer made without the previous approval of the Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce shall be null and void and shall result in the cancellation of the entry and the refusal of the patent." "Section 118. but the improvements or crops on the land may be mortgaged or pledged to qualified persons. but cannot continue with his homestead. finds no fault then the application shall be approved. After the submission of these papers. Section 14 of the Constitution and Republic Act No. may again acquire a homestead. is the transmittal of the Homestead patent to the Register of Deeds concerned. may transfer his rights to the land and improvements to any person legally qualified to apply for a homestead.00. Except in favor of the Government or any of its branches. equal right as men in filing. with the previous approval of the Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce. through no fault of his own. together with his previous homestead shall not exceed an area of twenty-four hectares. the applicant shall prove to the satisfaction of the Director of Lands that he has complied with all the requirements of the law. and that the conveyance is not made for purposes of speculations. The applicant should then file for final proofs which consists of two parts (1) notice of intention to make final proof which is posted for 30 days and (2) testimony of the applicant corroborated by two witnesses mentioned in the notice. Final fee of P5. "Section 20. transfer.

MAXIMUM AREA THAT MAY BE GRANTED TO AN APPLICANT The applicant can only be granted a maximum area of 1. if single. Approved plan and technical description of the land applied for. Approval of appraisal and grant of authority to sell by the PENRO. Department of Public works and Highways." Miscellaneous Sales Patent | REPUBLIC ACT NO. 1985 amended Section 2 of Republic Act 730 thus. No.000 square meters. REQUIREMENTS IN THE FILING OF MISCELLANEOUS SALES APPLICATION UNDER R. Comment and recommendation of the District/City engineer with the concurrence of the Regional Director. A. He is requesting that the land be sold to him under the provision of R. A Filipino citizen of lawful age. applicant must be the head or bread winner of the family. Order of Award.years after issuance of title shall be valid without the approval of the Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce. The land is not needed for public use. STEPS IN ACQUIRING A MISCELLANEOUS SALES PATENT WHO ARE QUALIFIED TO APPLY? Filing of application at the CENRO. Recommendation to the PENRO for approval of appraisal and request for authority to sell without public auction. married. Proof of full payment of the purchase price of the land. Application Filing fee of P50. 2004 dated December 30. Investigation report whether the applicant possesses the qualification for direct sales. Affidavit of the applicant stating that: He is not the owner of any other home lot in the municipality/city where he resides. If the applicant is single. Investigation and appraisal of the land applied for. Presidential Decree No. which approval shall not be denied except on constitutional and legal grounds. 730 Survey of the land if not yet surveyed.00. He is not the owner of a home lot in the municipality/city where the land applied for is located. lands acquired under this Act before and after the issuance of patent thereon are no longer subject to any restriction. . He must have occupied in good faith the land applied for and constructed a house thereon where he/she and family is actually residing. NO.A. The application to purchase the land is called the Miscellaneous Sales Application and the corresponding patent is called the Miscellaneous Sales Patent. 730 is an act permitting sale without public auction of alienable and disposable lands of the public domain for residential purpose. 730. he must submit an affidavit stating that he is the head or bread winner of the family. Posting of notice of sale without public auction for thirty (30) consecutive days in the following place CENRO Bulletin board Municipal building bulletin board Barangay Hall bulletin board On the land itself Submission of the proofs of posting and payment of at least 10% of the appraised value of the land.

Preparation and approval of sales contract by the Director of Lands Management Bureau and the purchaser and its notarization. 1936). 167 with the technical description duly inscribed at the back thereof.00 and documentary stamps. Conduct preliminary investigation (Information sheet) and appraisal of the land applied for. Survey of the land if not yet surveyed or subdivided. Transmittal of the Miscellaneous Sales Patent to the Register of Deeds concerned for the issuance of the corresponding Original Certificate of the Title to the applicant. if the applicant is not qualified under the private sale CENRO shall announce by bandillo in coordination with the mayor of the municipality where the land is located. Filing of Friar land application at the CENRO within the whose jurisdiction the land applied for is located. Submission of report of private sale or bidding and proofs of posting and payment of at least 10% of the purchase price of the land applied for. Approval and signature of the Miscellaneous Sales Patent by the official concerned.Order issuance of Miscellaneous Sales Patent in Judicial Form No. dated December 8. Application fee of P50. Posting of notice of sale for not less than thirty (30) days at the bulletin boards of the following: What are the steps leading to the issuance of a Deed of Conveyance/Sale? Who are qualified to apply? Any Filipino citizen of legal age. 1936 as implemented by LAO No. Vicinity sketch plan. (CA 36 dated September 15. Recommendation for the approval of appraisal and request for authority to sell the land at private sale or public auction thru oral bidding to the Director of Lands Management Bureau. Patrimonial Properties | Lands of certain haciendas which were acquired by the government from religious orders/corporations or organizations in 1902. approved plan and technical Descriptions of the land applied for. Who Shall be given preference to purchase Friar or Patrimonial Lands? Those who are in actual occupation of the land during the subdivision survey thereof. on the land itself Private sale or public auction thru oral bidding to be conducted by the CENRO concerned. 10. Approval of appraisal and grant of authority to sell at private sale or public auction thru oral bidding by the Director of Lands Management Bureau. What are the requirements/documents necessary in the filing of a Friar Land Application? . If practicable. a) Municipal Hall b) Where should a Friar Land application be filed? Barangay Hall. and c) Friar land applications like any other kind of public land application should be filed at the CENRO within whose jurisdiction the land applied for is located.

shall not apply to patents issued under this Act. Any Filipino citizen who is an actual occupant of a residential land may apply for a Free Patent Title under this Act. The restrictions regarding encumbrances. including town sites as defined under the Public Land Act. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary and subject to private rights. transfers or dispositions imposed in Sections 118. that the land applied for is not needed for public service and/or public use.Submission of proof of payment of the full purchase price of the land. and in all other municipalities it should not exceed one thousand (1000) square meters. . Transmittal of the original copy of the deed of conveyance/sale duly numbered and bearing the seal of the LMB to the Register of Deeds concerned for the issuance of the corresponding Transfer Certificate of Title to the purchaser. provided that in highly urbanized cities the land should not exceed two hundred (200) square meters. public land actually occupied and used for public schools. 7586 or the NIPAS Law. actually resided on and continuously possessed and occupied. 141. if any. in first class and second class municipalities it should not exceed seven hundred fifty (750) square meters. conveyances. Provided. attesting to the truth of the facts contained in the application to the effect that the applicant thereof has. as amended. 122. Approval of the deed of conveyance/sale by the Director of Lands Management Bureau and its notarization thereof. 121. public plazas or parks and other government institutions for public use or purpose may be issued special patents under the name of the national agency or local government unit concerned. municipal halls. Provided. 705 shall be violated. Zoned residential areas located inside a delisted military reservation or abandoned military camp. Title VI of Commonwealth Act No. and those of local government units or town sites which preceded Republic Act No. Preparation of the deed of conveyance/sale in favor of the purchaser with the technical descriptions inscribed at the reverse side thereof. in other cities it should not exceed five hundred (500) square meters. Free Patent | Free Patent Qualifications Special Patents The application on the land applied for shall be supported by a map based on an actual survey conducted by a licensed geodetic engineer and approved by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and a technical description of the land applied for together with supporting affidavit of two (2) disinterested persons who are residing in the barangay of the city or municipality where the land is located. the subject land for at least ten (10) years and has complied with the requirements prescribed in Section 1 hereof. under a bona fide claim of acquisition of ownership. provided further. or sanctioned by the sanggunian concerned through an approved ordinance if owned by the local government unit. 119. either by himself or through his predecessor-in-interest. Coverage Removal of Restrictions This Act shall cover all lands that are zoned as residential areas. Application Conduct of final investigation and submission of report by the CENRO. shall also be covered by this Act. That none of the provisions of Presidential Decree No. That all lands titled under this section shall not be disposed of unless sanctioned by Congress if owned by the national agency. and 123 of Chapter XIII.

as amended. are hereby deemed repealed. PATEROS AND PARAÑAQUE. Repealing Clause Upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources. 730 in relation to the provisions of the Public Land Act. in case of conflicting claims among different claimants. Pateros. 730 IN RELATION TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE PUBLIC LAND ACT. Province of Rizal and Pasay City (now all of Metropolitan Manila). I. WESTERN BICUTAN AND SIGNAL VILLAGE SITUATED IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF TAGUIG. or any part thereof. other parts or provisions thereof not affected thereby shall continue to be in full force and effect. In case of approval. certain portions of the land embraced therein (subject to actual survey) known and identified as the regular barangays of Lower Bicutan. decrees. Implementing Rules and Regulations The Director of the Land Management Bureau of the DENR shall promulgate rules and regulations to carry out the provisions of this Act. 423 DATED JULY 12. any part or parts of this Act shall be declared unconstitutional or invalid by any competent court. and forward his recommendation to the Provincial Environment Natural Resources Office (PENRO). Western Bicutan and Signal Village. 2476 dated January 7. patent shall be issued. executive orders. Requirements on the issuance of Deed of Sale Under Proclamation 172 | EXCLUDING FROM THE OPERATION OF PROCLAMATION NO. CERTAIN PORTIONS OF LAND EMBRACED THEREIN KNOWN AS BARANGAYS LOWER BICUTAN. AS AMENDED BY PROCLAMATION NO. CORAZON C. and shall see to it that such are gender responsive. do hereby exclude from the operation of Proclamation No. who shall have five (5) days to approve or disapprove the patent. Separability Clause If. rules and regulations. situated in the Municipality of Taguig. 1957. Metropolitan Manila and declare the same open for disposition in accordance with Republic Act No. TAGUIG. Effectivity Clause LOT 1 (SIGNAL VILLAGE) . executive issuances or letters of instruction. 2476 DATED JANUARY 7. 274 and Republic Act No. AS AMENDED. AQUINO. All laws.Period for Application This Act shall take effect fifteen (15) days after its publication in two (2) national newspapers of general circulation. AND PROVIDING THE IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES All applications shall be filed immediately after the effectivity of this Act before the Community Environment Natural Resources Office (CENRO) of the DENR. WHICH ESTABLISHED THE MILITARY RESERVATION KNOWN AS FORT WILLIAM MCKINLEY (NOW FORT ANDRES BONIFACIO) SITUATED IN THE MUNICIPALITIES OF PASIG. Upper Bicutan. which established the Military reservation known as Fort William McKinley (now Fort Andres Bonifacio) situated in the municipalities of Pasig. 1957. 1986. The CENRO is mandated to process the application within one hundred and twenty (120) days to include compliance with the required notices and other legal requirements. the parties may seek the proper judicial remedies. 423 dated July 12. and Parañaque. for any reason or reasons. amended or modified accordingly. 1986. METROPOLITAN MANILA AND DECLARING THE SAME OPEN FOR DISPOSITION UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. UPPER BICUTAN. Taguig. and by virtue of the powers vested in me by law. President of the Philippines. inconsistent with or contrary to the provisions of this Act. PROVINCE OF RIZAL AND PASAY CITY (NOW METROPOLITAN MANILA). 274 AND REPUBLIC ACT NO. as amended by Proclamation No.

LOT 2 (UPPER BICUTAN) A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 2) situated in the Municipality of Taguig.. 6 deg. on the SW..10 m.. 250. 58'E. to point 2. 09'W. on the NW. 130.86 m....60 m. 12 deg. aisa dc thence S. on the NW. 19 deg. 283. 11'W. 310.. 81. bounded on the E. thence S.77 m. 189.75 m. thence N. thence N.. to point 20. thence S.. thence N. Pasay City. and along lines 20-21 by Lot 3.869) Square Meters.58 m. 24'W. to point 10. thence S.30 m. to point 17. along lines 1 to 2 by road. 24'W..17 m. Signal Village. 239. to point 6. to point 23.97 m.. to point 26. thence S.29 m. on the NE. 242. 50..16 m..00 m.. along lines 25-26-27 by Rolling Area. 27 deg.. 51. 51'E.23 m.52 m. 46'W.. 40'W.. beginning. to point 18. 71 deg. 10 deg..20 m.32 m.. thence N.20 m. Bounded on the SE. 06'W. 6 deg. 62 deg. 1 Barangay Maricaban.00 m.32 m. 47 deg. Island of Luzon. thence S. 54 deg. 55 deg. containing an area of One Million Six Hundred Forty-Two Thousand Eight Hundred SixtyNine (1. 287. to point 5. Beginning at a point marked "1" on the plan being S... 24'W. 47 deg. m.A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 1) situated in the Municipality of Taguig. along lines 6-7 by Food Terminal Inc.. 43 deg.. 10'E. 27 deg. 73 deg.81 m. 292. 685. from BLBM No. 269. 07'W.. 190.40 m. to the point of thence S. 10'E.. to point 21.93 m.00 m. 360. 07'E. 38 deg. 59'W. 180. thence S. Pasay City. thence N. 27 deg. to point 12.. 43'W..45 m. along lines 1-2 by National Science Development Compound. 74 deg. 48'W. to point 9.31 m.70 m. 142.. to point 4. 52 deg. on the E.. 89. thence N.26 m. Psd-74451.15 m.. 170. 34 deg. to point 13. thence N. along lines 10-11-12-13-14-1516-17 by Lot 2. thence N. 32'W. all portions of Lot 3-B-2-B. thence S. 51'W. 14.90 m. Upper Bicutan.. 98. to point 25. along lines 15-16-17-18-19-20 by Maharlika Village. thence S. thence S. 11 deg. on the SE. 50'E.. and along lines 1718-19-20 by Food Terminal and along lines 20-21 by Metro Manila Transit Terminal.. beginning at a point marked "1" on the plan being S. Lower Bicutan. 106. to point 19. to point 31. thence N. thence N.45 m. to point 27. 24'W. more or less.. 688. thence N. 84 deg. to point 7. 62 deg. 10'E. 76 deg.. thence N. 01'W. thence N.38 m. 59'E. to point 8. to point 28. 57 deg. along lines 2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10 by ricefield. to point 29.. along lines 7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14 Lot 2. 68. 31 deg. to point 6. thence S. 12'E. 13'W. along lines 22-23-24-25 by lot 3-B-2-B (part Psd 74451 on the N. on the NW. 06'W. 89 deg.. to point 3.27 m. to point 2. to point 4.. 142. along lines 2-3-4-5-6 by United Parañaque Subd.. 36'W.20 m... Metro Manila. along lines 27-28-29-30-31 by ricefield. 38. 62 deg. 54'W. 27 deg. thence N. on the SE.41 m. and along lines 21-1 by Public Highways Garage and Shop. thence N. 232.. 53 deg.642.. 27 deg. 13 deg. 34'E. 27'W. 6203. 33. 38'E. 317. thence N.. Metro Manila... 571. 1 Barangay Maricaban. to point 24. 13 deg. thence N. 50 W. from BLBM No. 35'W. thence S. 217.. 41'W... to point 22. 41'W. thence N. 688. to point 3. . to point 15. thence S. to point 5. to point 16. 23 deg. thence S. thence S. thence N. thence S.. to point 30.. to point 14. 6 deg. and along lines 14-15 by ricefield. 84 deg. 41'W. 09'W. Island of Luzon. 14 deg. 226. 125.90 m.49 m.89 m. to point 11. 13 deg. 311.

to point 14. to point 9. 786. 1 deg. 18'E. 07'W. thence S. thence S. thence S. to point 12.. to point 20. 16 deg. 40'E. containing an area of ONE MILLION EIGHTY-FOUR THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED ELEVEN (1. 79 deg. thence S. beginning. to point 3.. 419. to point 13. 31 deg. thence S.. 36'E. thence S. 8 deg. Pasay City.084. more or less. to point 18. 97. 43 deg..47 m. 250. 84 deg.20 m. along lines 19-20-21. 451. along lines 23-24-25-26 by Ricefield.25 m. 29'E. 893.. 16 deg. to point 26.00 m. 141. to point 12. 15'E..17 m. to the point of beginning... 378. 71 deg. thence S. from BLBM No. 16 deg. 4 deg....07 m.. thence S. 38. 9 deg.. 16 deg. Hagonoy. 78. along lines 1-2-3 by Brgy. 07'E.situated .. LOT 1 (WESTERN BICUTAN) thence S. thence N.46 m.. 380. 616. more or less. . 31'W. 54'W.. thence N. 54 deg. thence S. thence S.32 m. 43'W. containing an area of ONE MILLION SEVENTY-ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED NINETY (1. thence S. 256.53 m. 86. 15'W. 35'W. to point 16. 36'W. thence S... to point 9. 8 deg. 55'E. along lines 22-23 Maharlika Village. Metro Manila. A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 1 of the subdivision plan Swo-13-000298. 2476) LRC Record No. 380.thence N. thence S.. 19 deg. 98. 16 deg. to point 20.27 m. 56. 246. 43. 689. to point 11. 07'E. thence S. thence S. 56'E.05 m. 07'E. to point 10. 06'E. to point 21. to point of thence S.45 m. LOT 3 (LOWER BICUTAN) A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 3) situated in the Municipality of Taguig. 96.00 m. 18 deg.. to point 25.00 m. on the SW. 19 deg. 19'E. 42'W. along lines 3-4-5-6-7-8-910-11-12-13-14.311) sq. 55 deg. 51'W. to point 24. 10 deg. thence N.92 m. 16 deg. 106. 12 deg. 207.. 10 deg. 23'E.. thence S.790) Square Meters. to point 19.15 m. thence S. Beginning at a point marked "1" of Lot 3 being S. 38 deg. to point 10.. 25 deg. 296.70 m. to point 6.98 m..80 m. to point 18. 0 deg. thence S. to point 2.60 m..45 m.70 m. 46'E. 206. to point 8. to point 21.73 m. thence N. 310.. 391. on the NE. 9 deg. to point 16. 85 deg. thence S. 53'E.49 m. 35'E. 76. to point 7.15-16-17-18-19.. along lines 26-1 by Barangay Hagonoy.26 m. thence S. being a portion of the Proclamation No. thence S. 18 deg. thence S. 15'W. 14 deg.. by Laguna Lake. 54'E. 77 deg. 250. thence S. to point 19. 73 deg. 68..16 m.. to point 17. on the SE.15 m. 16 deg. thence N. thence S.. 27'E. 36'E. 24'E. 133..67 m. thence S.. 70 deg. 125. thence N.33 m.... 1 Barangay Maricaban. 48'W. to point 14. 53'E. 42'E. to point 4.. to point 17.. thence N. 18'W. thence S. thence S. 97. 48 deg.48 m.89 m. 52'W.90 m. 20 deg.071. to point 5.75 m.. to point 15. thence S. 249. aisa dc thence N. 185.. 19'W. 610. 30 deg. thence S. 51...08 m. 6973. thence S.. 147. 6 deg. to point 23. Bounded on the NE. 15'W.15 m. 45'E.42 m. thence S. by Camp Diwa and along lines 21-22 by Public Highway Garage and Shop and Lot 2. m. 500. 18 deg.00 m... 07'E. 32'E.. 49'E. to point 7. 168. to point 22.99 m. 117.. to point 13.. 22'W. Island of Luzon. 4 deg.20 m. 53'E. on the NW.15 m.05 m. 73 deg. 128.00 m. to point 11. to point 15.. to point 8. 4 deg.95 m.

... LRC Record No. 0-18'W.. to point 17.61 m. N. N. 15. 6-31'E. 11 m. S. along line 17-1 by Lot 8062 (Veteran's Center Compound) (Proclamation No. S. 1987. to point 6. N. 14-21'W. along lines 12-13 by Lot 1 Swo-13-000258 (Signal Village) (Lot 00202. being a portion of land described in Proclamation No.. 61-07'E. approved on Jan. beginning. of Western Bicutan.. 73-37'E.81 m.in the Bo. N. to point 8. hallow blocks. 11-20'W. 18. Taguig Cadastral Mapping. wide). N. along line 1s-1 by Veteran's Center Compound) (Proclamation No. 1986.. 27-33'W.. and SE. 17. to the point of 18'E N.87 m. 106. N. and pt l 17 by nail w/conc. 434. 126. 62-12'W.. to point 10. Beginning at a point marked "1" on plan. N. 25'W. 68-34'E. 99. to point 2. N. 27-48'E.. 192) (Lot 8062. 40. to point 6. 62-12'W... 192) of plan MCadm-590-D Taguig Cadastral Mapping.. Metro Manila.18 m.95 m. 12. July 5-10. being S 63 deg. N. to point 11. 14. on the NE.14 m.. 15. 19-26'E. to point 5. to point 4. 104. MCadm 590-D. Taguig.11 m. 68-20'E.. NOTE: Lot 2 == Lot 10253. 1978-July 12.. 72-224'E. S.50 m. and NW. 2805. from BLBM No. 051W.47 m. 192) (Lot 8092. Taguig. and on the SE. SW. from BLBM No. MCad-s-90-D). N. to point 3. Taguig Cad. 978. along lines 3 to 16 by Circumferential Road. 15.86 m. Bounded on the SE.06 m. 4-09'E... N. April 23. on the NE. 64 deg. 15. 2476. LOT 2 SWO-13-000298 (WESTERN BICUTAN) NOTE: Lot 2 == Lot 10253. Taguig Cadastral Mapping Beginning at a point marked "1" on plan. situated in the Bo. 26-11'W.. 1979. to point 3. 76-43'E. to point 16. wall. 11-07'E. N.84 m.. along lines 11-12 by Lot 0063 (Military Reservation) (Fort Bonifacio) portion of Lot 3.. 17. to point 5. 76-16'E. to point 12. of Western Bicutan. MCadm-590-D. along lines 1-2-3 by Lot 9100 (Manila Technician Institute) Proclamation No...476) SQUARE METERS. on the SEW. to point 7. being S.59 m. N. 50 m.. Mapping. 1. 1160. N.. Case 17. Bounded on the SW.. to point 4. date of original survey. 248.93 m.09 m.. PSU-467). All points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by PS cyl. MCads-590-D.11 m.25 m. 563. along lines 16-17 by Lot 2 of plan Swo-13000298.. conc. wide).. N... Case 17. to point 2. 302.12 m. Psu-2030 (portion on) MCadm-590-D. to point 9. 484. . along lines 3 to 11 by Circumferential Road (5 m. that of special work order... 302. on the SE.91 m. on the NW.30 m. N. 293. Taguig Cadastre. 108. 66-15'W. containing an area of TWO HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY-SIX (252.01 m. 4346. Metro Manila. Case 17. MCadm-590-D. Taguig Cadastral. 27-43'W.11 m.. thence A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 2 (Western Bicutan) of the subdivision plan Swo-13-000298. to point 13..14 m. to point 14. thence S. to point 15. Taguig Cad Mapping and on the SW. 1. MCadm-590-D. bearings grid. 27-48'W. MCadm-590-D. along lines 1-2 by Veteran's Center Compound (Proclamation No. N.

skills and attitudes of the Land Examiners. N. 53-53'E. 63-24'E. 2 by nail with crown.. in the year of Our Lord. N.63 m. 46-55'E. The Land Administration and Utilization Division (LAUD). Engr. 130. in relation to the forthcoming approval of Rationalization Plan of DENR under Executive Order No.. 1 by BGY.. this 16th day of October.. 2013 and attended mostly by LAUD personnel and representatives from other Divisions and Projects Units. mons.85 m. 1978-July 27. mons.N. Except in favor of the government or any of its branches or agencies. transfer or conveyance of any land covered by this proclamation shall be made within ten (10) years after issuance of title. conc. 135.57 m. approved on January 14. Engr. pt. 722. In his topic. 1979. 126.. land classifications. 57-38'E. 1987. Rolando R. The Land Administration and Utilization Division (LAUD). Land Investigators and Action Officers. 86-58'E. to point 10. conc.. to point 11. 274 and Republic Act No. containing an area of Three-Hundred Eighty-Five Thousand Thirty-Two (385. to point 13. this position of lots under this Proclamation covering the titled portion of the reservation shall be exempted from the usual publication and open public bidding requirements under Act 3038 and shall be disposed of in the manner and under the conditions prescribed under Republic Act No.032) Square Meters.98 m. This activity was held at the 6th floor of the LMB building on May 27-28. to point of IN WITNESS WHEREOF. Rolando R.12 m. N. he went over the Major Land Administration and Management Laws in the Philippines. to point 7. beginning. 1986. 25-55'W. through the Director of Lands. Such part or parts of the area herein declared open to disposition under Republic Act No. 279. nor shall they become liable to the satisfaction of any debt contracted prior to the expiration of said period except for housing loan purposes.90 m. or corporations. which approval shall not be denied except on constitutional and legal grounds. OTHER PROGRAMS: 1. transfer or conveyance may be made after ten (10) years but before twenty-five (25) years after issuance of the title upon approval of the Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources. pt. to point 12. N. 730. wall. 730 in relation to the provisions of the Public Land Act which are being used or earmarked for public or quasi-public purposes shall be excluded from such disposition. 38. 366. N. S. through the Chief.. No. the concepts Land Management . The workshop served as a venue for strengthening the capacity and leveling up the knowledge. all lands disposed of under this Proclamation shall not be subjected to alienation and encumbrance for a term of ten (10) years from the issuance of title in case of sale. 12 by old PS cyl. discussed the Legal. April 23. pt. Pablo. except pts. or execution of contract in case of lease. 70-45'E. associations. to point 8. Policy and Institutional Framework for Land Management and Administration. bearings and rod. 32-03'W. nineteen hundred and eighty-seven.00 m. date of original survey. but the improvements on the land may be mortgaged to qualified persons. that of the special work order July 5-10. to point 9. Any provision of law to the contrary notwithstanding.95 m. 110. S.. 283. All points referred to are indicated on the plan and the marked on the ground by PS cyl.. 320.. Pablo spearheaded the conduct of a two-day Knowledge Management training-workshop on the implementation of Land Policies and Processing of Public Land Applications as part of the continuous capacity-building initiatives of LMB personnel. DONE in the City of Manila. provided that such alienation. 10 by edge of conc. No alienation. I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Republic of the Philippines to be affixed.

A. category “A”.716. Land Management Division. He also discussed the four major government agencies that deals and have something to do with land administration and management which is the DAR. Manuel Ydia.698. Ricardo Hernandez. 7160. Lot Survey and Isolated and Special Surveys were among those functions devolved to the Local Government Unit. Mr. However for almost ten (10) years. Chief. the conduct of political boundary survey and lot survey. Category “A” consist of the establishment of main and subsidiary controls. “B” and “C”.216. DENR-Region I discussed about Foreshore. Category “B” consists of establishments of main and subsidiary controls and conduct of political boundary survey. and Atty. while Category “C” is purely lot surveys. Edgar Barraca. presented the LGU-Led Titling Activities in their Region. Aquino III that the same will be finished by CY 2014. DENR Region IV-A. Land Management Division.277. Sometime in 1992 with the passage of R. the functions of conduct of Cadastral Surveys. Chief.140. The government had allotted an estimated budget of PHP 3. otherwise known as the “Local Government Code 1991” . For CY-2011. the participants were grouped into three for the workshop on the Revision or Drafting of Judicial Forms (Deed of Sale/Lease Contract). After the presentation.567. only half of the total country’s cities/municipalities have been finished. the aforesaid functions were returned to the DENR through DAO 2001-23 mandating the DENR to execute. Hence. The targets for 2012 and its breakdown are as follows: The cadastral survey consists of three (3) categories: namely. B.00 “B” Php 1. the conduct of Cadastral Survey is one of the big ticket projects of the DENR aside from the National Greening Program.160. Accretion & Reclamation in DENR Region I. 2259 entitled “The Cadastral Act”.135. Land Management Division of DENR Region III discussed about Patrimonial Properties.567 billion pesos for the conduct of the cadastral survey throughout the country. not a single municipality was completely surveyed by the LGU because of lack of manpower and financial resources.632. The first presenter. | National Cadastral Survey Program Cadastral Survey refers to the survey made to determine the metes and bounds of all parcels within an entire municipality/city for systematic land adjudication and Internal Revenue Allotment and other purposes. CATEGORY Mun/Cities CATEGORY Mun/Cities CATEGORY Mun/Cities TOTAL Mun/Cities “A” Php 2.806. supervise and managed those types of surveys aforementioned. Chief. DOJ. Marlou Alutaya. 2.000. The highlight of the activity is the part “A Total Encounter with the Regions” a presentation of best practices in Land Management Sector from the Regional Offices of the DENR. On August 29. Engr.722 million pesos under Categories A. DENR Region IV-A presented the Cadastral Survey Implementation in the Philippines (Understanding the benefits derived from it). C were enrolled to the World Bank through the NPS- .33 337 Php 3. Surveys Division. Mr. 2001.and Land Administration. the program was only given inadequate support and funding through the years. NCIP and DENR and their different roles and functions. However.42 Php 106 217 “C” 14 215. Chief. 66 projects with an estimated amount of 267. The complete cadastral survey of the country is a commitment by no less than His Excellency President Benigno S. For CY 2012.00 The Cadastral Survey Program of the country started sometime in 1913 with the passage of the Act No.

mobilization.e.provide advice or coach implementers for on-ground implementation Support Programs Philippine Reclamation Authority (PRA) Administrator of the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority (NAMRIA. only a total of Fifty four (54) projects were awarded in the amount of PHP 222. The twelve (12) projects are now for rebidding.initially at DENR-RO8 where LAM technology and knowledge were mainstreamed and made operational. May be replicated in other regions upon request of the DENR Regional Office concerned. resource President (or representative) of the Geodetic Engineers of the Philippines (GEP) as Member .conduct of actual training on the use of the new technologies and innovations Technical Advisory .603 million. as Member Executive Director (or representative) of the Bureau of Local Government Finance (BLGF). and implementer of the support programs) Training Field Site . The Oversight Committee 3. planning.provide inputs for the education and training curricula of academic and training institutions.inform and educate implementers on the new technologies and innovations to secure buy-in Technical Trainings . However. and resource mobilization support for the Center National Office (LMB) . encourage conduct of research and development on the sector Learning Resources . coordination of the core programs.provide repository on LAM body of knowledge through a web site and library implementation structure Oversight Committee (CLAMP-OC) . programming.Philippines and CLAMP is an institutional arrangement within DENR that would: For the Government Sector: Integrate all new LAM innovations technologies as part of the reform and USEC appointed by the DENR Secretary as Chairman Directors (or their representatives) of the following Offices. management oversight. conduit of the National Office for trainings/implementer of the core programs..provide strategic directions. as Member For the Academe Sector: Dean (or representative) from a State College or University that offers courses on Land Administration and Management (LAM) as Member For the Private Sector: Advocacy and Linkages on Continuing Education and Research & Development . as Members Land Management Bureau (LMB) Human Resources Development Services (HRDS) Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau (ERDB) Land Registration Authority (LRA) Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) National (NCIP) Commission on Indigenous Peoples Propel the use of these LAM technologies and innovations in DENR and other agencies with landrelated functions . Center for Land Administration Management .transfer knowledge Sustain the continued and further development of these LAM technologies and innovations .perform the overall implementation and coordination function for the Center (i.develop new knowledge Core Programs Technology Transfer .ENRMP.

and Document the minutes of the meetings and ensure proper storage and dissemination. Formulate and implement resource mobilization strategies for the sustainability of the Center. and priorities. Facilitate the organization of the meetings and ensure the participation of the members of the CLAMP-OC and representatives of other agencies and stakeholders when necessary. 192 issued on June 10. . and Facilitate the process of getting approval from appropriate agencies on policy issues acted upon by the CLAMP-OC including the issuance of department orders to effect implementation thereof.The National Office Ensure the relevance of CLAMP and its alignment with government policies. Appointed by the Chairman of CLAMP-OC from the existing personnel of the LMB/LMS upon the recommendation of the Director of LMB. 38-A. Implement the programs of the Center: Initial Operations LMB to include an Operating Budget for the Center in its annual budget plan Center shall be allowed to carry out resource mobilization efforts from other sources Trust Fund or Special Account Training Services for a Fee Agencies that will utilize Center training services shall pay appropriate fees. Decentralization | Pursuant to Executive Order No. Selection and Appointment System. Coordinate with other offices of the Department and other national agencies: Appointed by the LMB Director from the existing personnel of the LMB/LMS upon the recommendation of the CLAMP Manager Knowledge Management Officer With information technology background and shall be appointed by the LMB Director following the Standard Recruitment. an Administrative Order No. 1487 otherwise known as the Reorganization Act of DENR by the late President Cory Aquino. and strategies towards Center Manager Ensure the quality of programs delivered. UNDER THE DIRECT SUPERVISION & CONTROL OF THE LMB DIRECTOR The Field Training Site Field Training Site Coordinator Perform the function Oversight Committee: of Secretariat for the Appointed by the LMB Director upon recommendation of the Regional Executive Director (RED) Office Assistant Funding for CLAMP Operations Work with the CLAMP-OC Chair on the preparation of the agenda for the CLAMP-OC meetings. series of 1990 dated 19th of April was issued delegating the authority to the Regional Offices to issue Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) and to approve contracts for Review the Center’s performance and planned outcomes and recommend policy issues to CLAMP-OC. Formulate and implement CLAMP’s sustainability. Such services shall be covered by a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA). Administrative Officer Monitor the commitments of agencies and stakeholders to achieve the goals of the Center. programs.

700 maps 5. Decentralization project is reborn. specifically the delegation of commensurate authority from central to regional and local authority.700 maps 5. Due to this Order.400 folders 7.620 forms . The main purpose of this project is to turn over the functions of LMB to its regional offices and be mainly a policy making body of the DENR.562 sheets 2. isolated plans and lot data computation.400 folders 7.562 sheets 2.200 folders Inventory of Cadastral Data Sheets Isolated Plans Cadastral Maps Land Registration Cases Public Land Application 188. Decentralization is the dispersion or distribution of functions and powers.cadastral and public land subdivision surveys in their respective regions. For the calendar year 2012 – 2nd QTR (CATCH-UP PLAN).400 sheets/maps 420 forms (forms) Transporting of Records to 16 Regions Inventory Forms 13. The activities of the project include encoding of the inventoried cadastral maps. Also included are inventory of land registration cases and public land applications.700 sheets 2. the targets are as follows: Cadastral Data Sheets Isolated Plans Cadastral Maps Land Registration Cases Public Land Application 188.700 sheets 2.200 folders Encoding of Cadastral Data Sheets (sheets) 188. These inventoried and encoded documents are then transported to the respective regional offices.562 sheets 13.200 forms (forms) Isolated Plans/ Cadastral Maps (sheets/maps) 5.