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Land Registration Authority
• Sir Robert Torrens originated the system of land registration known today all over the world as the Torrens System. As the Commissioner of Customs in South Australia, Torrens was inspired by the facility with which ships or undivided share therein were negotiated and transferred in accordance with the Merchant Shipping Acts. Becoming a register of deeds, he advised a scheme of registration of title that improved on the old system. When he became a member of South Australia's First Colonial Ministry, he introduced in the parliament a bill providing for the adoption of his scheme of land registration. The measure was passed and came to be known as "Torrens System". On November 6, 1902, the Philippine Commission enacted Act 496, known as Land Registration Law. This provided for the creation of the Court of Land Registration (CLR), the office of the Registers of Deeds and of the institution in this country of the Torrens System of registration whereby real estate ownership may be judicially confirmed and recorded in the archives of the government. However, the system actually took effect on February 1, 1903. Five judges were appointed by the Governor-General with the advice and consent of the Philippine Commission. One judge was designated Judge of Court; the rest were assigned Associate Judges. Other members of the court were a clerk and assistant clerk, both appointed by the Attorney General with the approval of the Secretary of Finance and Justice. Along with the court were established the Registries of Deeds.
• Later, the Court of Land Registration, because of Act No. 2374, was given over the Court of First Instance and a new office was established - the General Land Registration Office. On June 17, 1954, Republic Act No. 1151 abolished the GLRO and created in its stead the Land Registration Commissions (LRC). The Commissioner of Land Registration took over the powers and functions of the GLRO, including those of the judge of the fourth branch of the Court of First Instance of Manila. The LRC worked under the jurisdiction of the Department of Justice, and was in direct control of the Registers of Deeds (RDs) as well as the Clerks of Court of First Instance in land registration cases. It was then that registry of deeds was established in every city and every province and a branch registry was put up wherever else possible at the time. On February 9, 1981, the President of the Philippines issued Executive Order No.649 reorganizing the LRC into the National Land Titles and Deeds Registration Administration (NLTDRA).This agency operated under the administrative auspices of the then Ministry of Justice, and extended effective assistance to the Ministry of Agrarian Reform, the Land Bank of the Philippines, and other agencies in line with the Land Reform Program. In a Presidential Memorandum Circular of September 30, 1988, the NLTDRA was changed into the Land Registration Authority. This was in line Executive Order No. 292 dated July 25, 1987, instituting the Administrative Code of 1987, which took effect on November 23, 1989.The Authority has grown through the years. It now has 2500 employees nationwide. And it has consistently increased its revenues though its registries of deeds for the past five years. Many new methods and techniques have been developed by the administration in the defense of the landowner. Time has not stymied the purpose of the agency, but has honored its sense of duty to that of a fine new razor. In truth the authority is more active than ever, willing and able to be defend the integrity of the Torrens system in the Philippines for the benefit of the landowner...the Filipino!!!
• The Land Registration Authority is mandated to issue decrees of registration and certificates of titles and register documents, patents and other land transactions for the benefit of landowners, Agrarian Reform-beneficiaries and the registering public in general; to provide a secure, stable and trustworthy record of land ownership and recorded interests therein so as to promote social and economic well-being and contribute to national development.
to provide vital.Mission • To achieve this mission. prompt and efficient service to preserve and maintain the integrity of land records. the LRA is committed to effectively implement the laws and regulations relative to the registration of land titles and deeds. . accurate and timely land-related development as well as to provide convenient working conditions and adequate incentives to all LRA personnel. to maintain and foster greater public trust and confidence in the Torrens title through honest.
(LRA) that is: • An independent corporate body exercising quasijudicial functions with automated systems and modern facilities. • An entity conscious of its role to promote and to attain the full trust and confidence of the public in the Torrens title. .Vision • A LAND REGISTRATION AUTHORITY . • An effectively managed organization responsive to the needs of its client and its personnel as well.
It is the central repository of all land records involving registered or titled lands. It issues decrees of registration pursuant to final judgment of the courts in land registration proceedings and causes the issuance by a registrar of deeds the corresponding certificate of title. It is tasked to issue all subsequent or transfer certificates of title which may either be issued judicially or administratively. It extends assistance to other agencies of the government in the implementation cases.Mandate • The LRA exists for the sole purpose of implementing and protecting the Torrens system of land titling and registration. It provides legal and technical assistance to the courts on land registration cases. It keeps the title history or records of transaction involving titled or registered lands. It exercises control over the disposition or alienation of registered lands in accordance with existing government rules and regulations. It extends assistance to other agencies of the government in the implementation of the agrarian program. Its a revenuecollecting agency of the government. • • .
consolidation. • Issuing decrees of registration pursuant to court decisions and orders for the issuance of decree. . and consolidation -subdivision survey plans prior to their approval by the Administrator. of examining/verifying petitions and preparing a report to the Regional Trial Court concerned. • Examining and verifying subdivision. and in judicial reconstitution.Organizational Structure LRA CENTRAL OFFICE The Central Office (CO) performs centralized administrative. • Administratively reconstituting lost certificates of titles. Quezon City In addition the Central Office has the primary responsibility of: • Processing and examining documents pertaining to “ordinary" and "cadastral" (original) land registration proceedings. financial and legal support to all Registries of Deeds nationwide from its headquarters in East Avenue.
decrees of registration. • Preparation of certified true copy of plans.Organizational Structure Other related services include: • Retrieval of records/information on status of plans and lots. • Resolution of issues raised "en consulta" and legal queries. technical description of lots/correction of technical description. .
Submit complete documents and the TAF to the Entry Clerk and wait for the Claim Assessment Slip (CAS) 3. Complete the TAF 2. Photocopy of Title. Claim document from the Releasing Clerk on the date indicated on your claim stub Same process apply on how to get the Certified True Copy/Certification . Receive receipt and claim stub 4. 2. Identification Card How to Register: 1.What are the requirements to get a Certified True Copy/Certification/Verification? • Requirements: 1. • 3. Proceed to the Cashier and pay the Registration fee and IT Fees indicated in the CAS. Letter of Request or Transaction Application Form (TAF). Approach the Registration Information Officer (RIO) to check if you have the complete documentary required for your transaction.
the duplicate original or certified true copy shall be presented together with a sworn affidavit executed by the interested party stating why the original document cannot be submitted. If titled property. Articles of Incorporation iii. a Certificate of Authentication by the nearest Philippine Consulate is required.What are the Basic Requirements for Registration? 1. b. Certificate of SEC that the articles of incorporation has been registered . owner’s copy of the certificate of title. 2. the following are also required: i. Secretary’s Certificate/Board Resolution indicating the authorized signatory(ies) and the scope of authority ii. and all issued co-owner’s copy if any Note: a. If a document was executed abroad. Original of the deed/instrument • If original document cannot be presented. If either party is a corporation. Certified copy of the latest Tax Declaration of the property 3.
Extra-Judicial Settlement / Adjudication · Affidavit of Publication stating that the notice of settlement has been published once a week for (3) consecutive weeks · If minors are involved. Letters of Administration 3. DAR clearance and Affidavit of Landholding of transferee Additional requirements for specific types of issuance transactions: 1. Real property tax clearance re: up-to-date payment of taxes 3. Execution Sale · Notice of levy or attachment must first be annotated accompanied with a writ of execution · Certificate of Sale · Final Deed of Sale 7. Proof of payment of transfer tax 4. If the land is covered by CARP. as the case may be 2. Registration/Sale of Subdivision Project License to Sell · Development Permit · Certificate of Registration . BIR Certificate Authorizing Registration (CAR) re: payment of capital gains tax or donor’s tax. Consolidation of Ownership · Affidavit of Consolidation of the purchase or Final Bill of Sale executed by the highest bidder 5. Court Order approving the settlement 2. RTC 4. Judicial Settlement of Estate · Court Order approving the partition · Certificate of Finality of the court order · If the property is being sold or encumbered during the settlement proceedings. Judicial Foreclosure of Mortgage · Court Order directing the sale by public auction · Deed of Sale issued by the sheriff 6. Extra-Judicial Foreclosure of Mortgage · Certificate of Sale by the sheriff/notary public · Approval of the Executive Judge.For Issuance of Title Transactions • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • All issuance transactions require the following documents aside from the basic requirements: 1.
Master Deed 2. Letter request for subdivision/consolidation 2. Real property tax clearance re: up-to-date payment of taxes Additional requirements for specific types of annotation transactions: 1.• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • For Annotation Transactions All annotation transactions require the following documents in addition to the basic requirements: 1. Diagrammatic Floor Plan 4. Certificate of Registration with HLURB 6. Development permit 7. Owner’s duplicate of the title of the land and all issued co-owner’s duplicate. Declaration of Restriction 3. Sepia or polyethylene film of the plan duly approved by Land Registration Authority or the Land Management Bureau 3. Original technical description (duly approved) If with change of ownership. Letter request for issuance of individual Condominium Certificate of Title 5. Certificate of Management . Mortgage / Lease · Documentary stamp tax For Subdivision and/or Consolidation Transactions All subdivision/consolidation transactions require the following documents aside from the basic requirements: 1. License to sell 8. Agreement of partition 2. the following additional documents are required: 1. Real estate tax clearance For Condominium Transactions If CCTs are to be issued for the first time in the name of the registered owner. if any For subsequent transfer of CCTs 1. the following are required: 1. Blue copy of the plan 4.
• Any Filipino who has paid all the real estate taxes for 10 years shall be entitled to free patent for such parcel of land in all municipalities and cities. • An estimated 39 million Filipinos living on unregistered lands are expected to benefit from the new law which has amended RA 9176. • The government expects the Free Patent Law to secure the property rights of the owner and spur entrepreneurial activity in the country as it is expected to facilitate the buying and selling of lands and will also open the doors for title holders to credit facilities of banks and other financial institutions using their land titles as collateral for loans. • Other salient features of RA 10023 are the issuance of free patents without payment of outstanding real estate taxes and removal of restrictions after issuance of free patents • Local government units may also apply for a free patent for public land being used for public schools.000 meters in third-class municipalities. as reported by the Manila Bulletin. otherwise known as an Act Authorizing the Issuance of FreePatents to Residential Lands or the Free Patent Act was signed into law by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo last March 9.• Republic Act No. municipal halls. and other government institutions for public use. 500 meters in other cities. This avoids the lengthy and tedious process of acquiring a title through the courts under the Public Land Act which often meant decades of waiting for court approval. • With the new law signed. landowners can now apply with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to acquire a title through a free patent. otherwise known as the Public Land Act. However. public plazas or parks. 2010. The newly enacted law aims to ease the requirements and procedures in the titling of residential lands. RA 10023 salient features • RA 10023 reduces the period of eligibility for titling from 30 years to 10 years. 10023. only alienable land not needed for public service or public use may be given a free patent. • In order to qualify. 750 meters in first-class and second-class municipalities. . the land should not exceed 200 square meters if it is in a highly urbanized city. and 1.
MODES OF PUBLIC LAND DISPOSITION • • • • Free Patent HomeStead Patent Miscellaneous Sales Patent Patrimonial Properties .
provided that in highly urbanized cities the land should not exceed two hundred (200) square meters.Any Filipino citizen who is an actual occupant of a residential land may apply for a Free Patent Title under this Act.Free Patent • Qualifications . provided further. in first class and second class municipalities it should not exceed seven hundred fifty (750) square meters. that the land applied for is not needed for public service and/or public use . in other cities it should not exceed five hundred (500) square meters. and in all other municipalities it should not exceed one thousand (1000) square meters.
. That none of the provisions of Presidential Decree No. 705 shall be violated. -This Act shall cover all lands that are zoned as residential areas. 7586 or the NIPAS Law. and those of local government units or town sites which preceded Republic Act No. shall also be covered by this Act.Free Patent Coverage. Provided. – Zoned residential areas located inside a delisted military reservation or abandoned military camp. including town sites as defined under the Public Land Act.
Free Patent • Application. the subject land for at least ten (10) years and has complied with the requirements prescribed in Section 1 hereof. .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. actually resided on and continuously possessed and occupied. attesting to the truth of the facts contained in the application to the effect that the applicant thereof has. . either by himself or through his predecessor-in-interest. under a bona fide claim of acquisition of ownership.
municipal halls. That all lands titled under this section shall not be disposed of unless sanctioned by Congress if owned by the national agency. 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.Free Patent • Special Patents. public land actually occupied and used for public schools. Provided.Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary and subject to private rights. . if any. or sanctioned by the sanggunian concerned through an approved ordinance if owned by the local government unit .
transfers or dispositions imposed in Sections 118. 119. 141. and 123 of Chapter XIII. 122. conveyances. shall not apply to patents issued under this Act . . Title VI of Commonwealth Act No. 121.Free Patent • Removal of Restrictions.The restrictions regarding encumbrances. as amended.
Free Patent • Period for Application. and forward his recommendation to the Provincial Environment Natural Resources Office (PENRO). in case of conflicting claims among different claimants. 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.All applications shall be filed immediately after the effectivity of this Act before the Community Environment Natural Resources Office (CENRO) of the DENR. patent shall be issued. In case of approval. who shall have five (5) days to approve or disapprove the patent. . the parties may seek the proper judicial remedies .
Repealing Clause. or any part thereof.This Act shall take effect fifteen (15) days after its publication in two (2) national newspapers of general circulation. Approved: . executive issuances or letters of instruction. and shall see to it that such are gender responsive.All laws. .Free Patent • Implementing Rules and Regulations. Effectivity Clause. for any reason or reasons.If. other parts or provisions thereof not affected thereby shall continue to be in full force and effect. executive orders. amended or modified accordingly. . . rules and regulations. Separability Clause. . decrees. are hereby deemed repealed.The Director of the Land Management Bureau of the DENR shall promulgate rules and regulations to carry out the provisions of this Act. any part or parts of this Act shall be declared unconstitutional or invalid by any competent court. inconsistent with or contrary to the provisions of this Act.
Free Patent • Laws and Policies Republic Act No. 10023 "An Act Authorizing the Issuance of Free Patents to Residential Lands DAO 2010-12 "Rules and Regulations for the Issuance of Free Patents to Residential Lands Under Republic Act No. 10023" . 10023" DAO 2010 25 Amendment to section 3 of DAO 2010-12 otherwise known as "Rules and Regulation for the Issuance of Free Patent to Residential Lands Under Republic Act No.
Homestead Patent • is a mode of acquiring alienable and disposable lands of the public domain for agricultural purposes conditioned upon actual cultivation and residence. Citizens of the Philippines. 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. 2. Over 18 years old or head of the family. 3. Who are qualified to apply? 1. Not the owner of more than 12 hectares of land pursuant to the 1987 constitution .
This is in accordance with Article II. acceptance. 98-15 of May 27. Section 14 of the Constitution and Republic Act No.Homestead Patent • 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. This Administrative Order gives women. 2002 issued by the then Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Heherson T. equal right as men in filing. processing and approval of public land applications. 1998 on "Revised Guidelines on the Implementation of Gender and Development (GAD) Activities in the DENR". 7192 otherwise known as the "Women in Development and Nation Building Act" as implemented by DAO No. Alvarez. .
00. Approved plan and technical description of the land applied for. 5.00. Entry fee of P5. Final fee of P5.00. Application fee of P50. 3. Actual occupation and residence by the applicant. 4.Homestead Patent • Legal Requirements? 1. . 2.
b. Order of Issuance of Patent. Filing of application. 4. Preliminary Investigation. 7. Transmittal of the Homestead patent to the Register of Deeds concerned. Testimony of the homesteader corroborated by two (2) witnesses mentioned in the notice. Filing of final proof which consists of two (2) parts. 8. Notice of intention to make Final Proof which is posted for 30 days. a. 5. The Final Proof is filed not earlier than 1 year after the approval of the application but within 5 years from the said date. 2. Preparation of patent using Judicial Form No. . Confirmatory Final Investigation.Homestead Patent • Steps leading to the issuance of a Homestead patent? 1. 3. Approval of application. 67 and 67-D and the technical description duly inscribed at the back thereof. 6.
) . .DENR Secretary . More than 10 Has.Homestead Patent • Signing and Approving Authority? For Homestead and Free Patents: 1. More than 5 Has. to 10 Has. Up to 5 hectares (has. .PENRO 2.RED 3.
Miscellaneous Sales Patent • REPUBLIC ACT NO. 730 is an act permitting sale without public auction of alienable and disposable lands of the public domain for residential purpose. . The application to purchase the land is called the Miscellaneous Sales Application and the corresponding patent is called the Miscellaneous Sales Patent.
applicant must be the head or bread winner of the family. He is not the owner of a home lot in the municipality/city where the land applied for is located. 2. . if single. He must have occupied in good faith the land applied for and constructed a house thereon where he/she and family is actually residing. A Filipino citizen of lawful age.Miscellaneous Sales Patent • WHO ARE QUALIFIED TO APPLY? 1. married. 3.
he must submit an affidavit stating that he is the head or bread winner of the family. Application Filing fee of P50.A.Miscellaneous Sales Patent • REQUIREMENTS IN THE FILING OF MISCELLANEOUS SALES APPLICATION UNDER R.00. . B. NO. He is not the owner of any other home lot in the municipality/city where he resides. 730 1. 5. A. No. If the applicant is single. 4. He is requesting that the land be sold to him under the provision of R. Affidavit of the applicant stating that: A. Approved plan and technical description of the land applied for. 3. 730. 2. The land is not needed for public use.
Presidential Decree No. 1985 amended Section 2 of Republic Act 730 thus.000 square meters. .Miscellaneous Sales Patent • MAXIMUM AREA THAT MAY BE GRANTED TO AN APPLICANT The applicant can only be granted a maximum area of 1. lands acquired under this Act before and after the issuance of patent thereon are no longer subject to any restriction. 2004 dated December 30.
Recommendation to the PENRO for approval of appraisal and request for authority to sell without public auction. 12. CENRO Bulletin board B. 167 with the technical description duly inscribed at the back thereof. 7. 2. Investigation and appraisal of the land applied for. 11. 10. Submission of the proofs of posting and payment of at least 10% of the appraised value of the land. 4. Comment and recommendation of the District/City engineer with the concurrence of the Regional Director. Approval of appraisal and grant of authority to sell by the PENRO. 6. Municipal building bulletin board C.Miscellaneous Sales Patent • STEPS IN ACQUIRING A MISCELLANEOUS SALES PATENT 1. 14. 3. 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. Department of Public works and Highways. Investigation report whether the applicant possesses the qualification for direct sales. On the land itself 9. Filing of application at the CENRO. Order of Award. Order issuance of Miscellaneous Sales Patent in Judicial Form No. Proof of full payment of the purchase price of the land. . 13. Approval and signature of the Miscellaneous Sales Patent by the official concerned. Survey of the land if not yet surveyed. 5. Posting of notice of sale without public auction for thirty (30) consecutive days in the following places: A. Barangay Hall bulletin board D. 8.
1936 as implemented by LAO No. . (CA 36 dated September 15. 1936). Who are qualify to apply? Any Filipino citizen of legal age.Patrimonial Properties • Lands of certain haciendas which were acquired by the government from religious orders/corporations or organizations in 1902. 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. 10. dated December 8.
00 and documentary stamps. descriptions of the land applied for. 2. . approved plan and technical 3. Vicinity sketch plan.Patrimonial Properties • Where should a Friar Land application be filed? 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. Application fee of P50. What are the requirements/documents necessary in the filing of a Friar Land Application? 1.
Private sale or public auction thru oral bidding to be conducted by the CENRO concerned. Preparation and approval of sales contract by the Director of Lands Management Bureau and the purchaser and its notarization. Submission of proof of payment of the full purchase price of the land. 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. 11. Posting of notice of sale for not less than thirty (30) days at the bulletin boards of the following: a. Conduct of final investigation and submission of report by the CENRO. 8. 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. Municipal Hall b. Approval of the deed of conveyance/sale by the Director of Lands Management Bureau and its notarization thereof. . and c. 3. Filing of Friar land application at the CENRO within the whose jurisdiction the land applied for is located. 14. 12. Barangay Hall.Patrimonial Properties • What are the steps leading to the issuance of a Deed of Conveyance/Sale? 1. 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. Conduct preliminary investigation (Information sheet) and appraisal of the land applied for. 10. If practicable. 13. 6. 2. Preparation of the deed of conveyance/sale in favor of the purchaser with the technical descriptions inscribed at the reverse side thereof. 9. 4. on the land itself 7. 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. 5. 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. Survey of the land if not yet surveyed or subdivided.
City of Manila.Requirements on the issuance of Deed of Sale Under Special Patents • Special Patents are issued over alienable or disposable public lands pursuant to special laws. . Republic Act No. as amended by Rep. 4123 . Some of the special laws promulgated for the issuance of special patents are the following: Republic Act No..An Act authorizing the Director of Lands. to present and actual occupants. 1361. 5941 . to sell certain alienable or disposable lots located in Pandacan (known as Estero de Ganado). under the direction of the Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources. and the lots on which they are situated and the furniture and equipment thereat.an Act authorizing the President of the Philippines to sell the National Government Cottages in Baguio City. Act No..
1084. . Rep.A PD transferring/conveying/assigning administration and disposition of certain reclaimed lands to the Public Estates Authority (PEA). previously reserved for the use of the Company under Proclamation No. 1085 . 1939.. Presidential Decree No.a Presidential Decree conveying certain parcels of land of the public domain to the National Development Corporation (NDC) for priority projects.Requirements on the issuance of Deed of Sale Under Special Patents • Presidential Decree No. a government entity created under PD No.. 3117 . 1766 . Act No.An Act providing for the subdivision of the San Nicolas Foreshore into lots and the sale of said lots to their leases or to the nbonafide occupants of said lands/lots and for other purposes.
likewise. public land with the private property after having ascertained and certified that the government property is no longer needed for any other public purpose or purposes. over alienable or disposable lands covered by a Presidential Proclamation by virtue of another Proclamation. the government. 757 . may also be issued to a government entity or instrumentality. subject to certain conditions.Requirements on the issuance of Deed of Sale Under Special Patents • Presidential Decree No. Special Patents.. 926.A. administer and dispose lots reserved for SIR program pursuant to LOI 555 and 557. pursuant to R.A PD authorizing the National Housing Authority (NHA) to develop. Special patent may also be issued pursuant to a deed of exchange whereby a private property is traversed by a government structure or used by a government agency for public purpose. may exchange. Executive Order or upon promulgation of a special law or Act of Congress authorizing the issuance thereof. Upon mutual agreement. .
. Preliminary investigation report to ascertain whether the land involved is suitable for the purpose to which it will be devoted. Submission of certified technical description and/or approved plan of the land applied for. To be forwarded to the Records Management Division for numbering and transmitting the proposed special patent with related papers to the DENR Secretary for his signature and approval or for his endorsement to the President for his signature and approval . Verification and validation of the technical descriptions and/or approved plan of the land by the Chief. To be forwarded to the Office of the Staff of the Chief.. PPA.. etc. whether the name is free from claims and conflicts and to determine under what existing special law the land is to be disposed of.Requirements on the issuance of Deed of Sale Under Special Patents • Requirements on the Issuance of Special Patent Filing with the DENR-CENRO concerned of application and/or submission of written request of the applicant for the issuance of a special patent. Checking. To be forwarded to the Office of the Assistant Director of Lands Management Bureau for revision and initial/signature on the proposed special patent and related papers/documents.. validation and signing of the technical descriptions by the Chief. Geodetic Surveys Division. To be forwarded to the Office of the Director of Lands Management Bureau for review and initial/signature on the proposed special patent and related papers/documents. the proposed special patent and related form/written matters/papers by the authorized Land Management Officers of the Reservation and Special Land Grants Section.). DOH. Land Administration and Utilization Division. and affixing the initial on. Preparation of the proposed special patent and the typing of the technical description thereof at a separate sheet/page.. Geodetic Surveys Division.. Revision of. for final revision and initial/signature on the proposed special patent and related papers/documents. Submission of the written comment and recommendation of related offices concerned (DPWH.. Preparation also of Complete Staff Work (CSW).
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