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AFFIDAVITS AFFIDAVIT is a written, ex parte statement made or taken under oath before an officer of the court or a notary public or other person who has been duly authorized so to act. Form No. 1. AFFIDAVIT OF ADJUDICATION OF ESTATE OF A DECEASED PERSON REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, single and now residing at #66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, after having been sworn in accordance with law, depose and say:

4. That said deceased left no debts; 5. That the net value of said estate is not more than TWO MILLION PESOS (P2,000,000.00), subject to estate and inheritance taxes; 6. That pursuant to Rule 74, Sec. 1 of the Rules of Court, I hereby adjudicate unto myself the above described real estate by means of this affidavit and hereby files the same with the Registry of Deeds of Baguio City, with the request that said adjudication be made effective without judicial proceedings as prescribed by the aforementioned Rules of Court. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 5th day of March, 2009, in the city of Baguio, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me, in the City of Baguio, this 25th day of February, 2009, the affiant exhibiting to me his Community Tax Certificate No. 07777692009 issued at Baguio City on January 16, 2009.

1. That I am the only surviving son of JUAN G. DE LA CRUZ


SR., who died intestate in the city of Baguio, Philippines, on January 1, 2009 as evidenced by Death Certificate issued by the Civil Registrar of Baguio and certified by the National Statistics Office, Baguio City;

2. That said deceased left an estate consisting of a parcel of


land measuring ONE HUNDRED TWENTY SQUARE METERS (120 sq.m.), located in the city of Baguio, and evidenced by Transfer Certificate of Title No. 122132 issued by the Registry of Deeds of Baguio; 3. That the said parcel of land is more particularly described as follows, to wit: That the property is adjacent to the Palace Hotel; With a concrete and metal gate, painted in green; and With three (3) small shanties constructed in the middle of the said property;

__________________________ ATTY. CARLITOS T. PRADO Notary Public for the City of Baguio #45 GSM Bldg., Session Rd., Baguio City Appointment No. 69 until December, 2009 Roll of Attorney No. _______ PTR No. _________; IBP No. _________; Series No. of Commission ______ Doc. No. ________;

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Page No. ________; Book No.________; Series of 2009. Form No. 2. AFFIDAVIT OF CONSENT FOR TRAVEL OF A MINOR ABROAD REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT We, spouses JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ and MARIA B. DE LA CRUZ, both of legal age, Filipino citizens and residing at #66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, after having been duly sworn to according to law, hereby depose and state: 1. That we are the legitimate parents of JUAN MARI B. DE LA CRUZ, who is15 years old; 2. That our above-named son is scheduled to leave for the United States on March 2, 2009 for about a month vacation with our sister and his aunt who resides at #6 Eagle Rock Boulevard, Los Angeles, California; 3. That since our said son is traveling alone and is still a minor; we hereby give our consent freely and voluntarily for him to travel to the United States on said date; 4. That while in the United States, our said sister is shouldering his expenses during his stay thereat, while we are responsible for his round trip ticket fare from Manila to Los Angeles, California and we guarantee that he will not be public charge and will comply with all the laws and rules and regulations imposed upon transient visitors in the United States;

5. That we are executing this affidavit in order to attest to the truth of the foregoing circumstances and for the purpose of giving our parental consent to our son impending trip to the United States next week. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hand this 16th day of February, 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. ________________________ ____________________ JUAN P. DELA CRUZ JR. MARIA B. DELA CRUZ Affiant Affiant CTC No._____________ Ctc No._____________ Issued on___________ Issued on___________ Issued at Baguio City Issued at Baguio City SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me, in the City of Baguio, this 16th day of February, 2009. ___________________________ ATTY. CARLITOS T. PRADO Notary Public for the City of Baguio #45 GSM Bldg., Session Rd., Baguio City Appointment No. 69 until December, 2009 Roll of Attorney No. _______ PTR No. _________; IBP No. _________; Series No. of Commission ______ Doc. No. ________; Page No. ________; Book No.________; Series of 2009 Form No. 3 AFFIDAVIT OF DESISTANCE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT

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I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, married and with residence address at #66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, after havingbeen duly sworn to according to law, hereby depose and state: 1. That I am the complainant in the criminal case filed against NOVITA B. ORTIZ, which is recorded as Case No. 3333 before Prosecutor Jovencio C. Mabisa of the city of Baguio for grave threats; 2. That after mulling over the incident for some time and thinking that it was just a case of misunderstanding between me and my neighbor, I have decided to withdraw my accusations against NOVITA B. ORTIZ; 3. That I have executed this affidavit in order to attest to the truth of the foregoing circumstances and that my desistance to pursue said case is of my own free will and volition and that there was no coercion or consideration that took place for me to make such decision. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have set hereunto my signature on the 16th day of February, 2009 at Baguio City, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Note: This form is executed by a person who decides to withdraw a case filed by him against another person. Form No. 4. AFFIDAVIT OF DISCREPANCY (DATE OF BIRTH) REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S.

I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, single, Filipino and a resident of #66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state:

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That in my Certificate of Live Birth as recorded in the Office of the Civil Registrar of Baguio City, Philippines and Secondary Student Permanent Record at Baguio City National High School, it is stated that I was born on 25 December 1980 at Kiangan, Ifugao, Philippines; That my relatives, acting on the honest belief that I was born on 25 December 1981, had used 25 December 1981 as my birth date in all pertinent school records when they processed my enrollment at the University of the Philippines in Diliman; That when I filled up my voters registration record required by the Commission on Election last May 2007, I had inadvertently and erroneously written the date of my birth as 25 December 1981 instead of 25 December 1980; That I am executing this Affidavit of Discrepancy to attest to the truth of the foregoing facts and to explain the discrepancy in my Certificates of Live Birth, Secondary Student Permanent Record, Transcript of Records and Voter Registration Form as regards to my date of birth; Further, I am declaring that from this date hereon I would be using my true and correct date of birth of 25 December 1980 in all my papers, records and other documents.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have set hereunto my signature on the 16th day of February, 2009 at Baguio City, Philippines. _______________________

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JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have set hereunto my signature on the 16th day of February, 2009 at Baguio City, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Note: This document is required of persons who are about to get married wherein relative/friend states that he/she has never been married before. Form No. 6. AFFIDAVIT OF ILLEGITIMACY

Form No. 5. AFFIDAVIT OF FREE STATE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, single and residing at #66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, after having been duly sworn to according to law hereby depose and state:

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, NOVITA B. ORTIZ, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen and resident of #1 Camelia Street, Upper QM, Baguio City, after having duly sworn accordance with law do hereby depose and say illegitimacy: 1. That I am the biological mother of BHOY B. ORTIZ who was born out of wedlock on MAY 2, 2008 at Dagupan City, Pangasinan; 2. That BHOY B. ORTIZ is the son of Pedro Penduko; 3. That I am executing this affidavit to the attest to the truth of the foregoing statements and for all intents it may deem serve. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my signature this 16th day of February, 2009 at Baguio City, Philippines __________________ NOVITA B. ORTIZ

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That I am the brother of JESUSA P. DE LA CRUZ who was born on December 25, 1985 in Candon City, Ilocos Sur; That I used to stay with my parents and my above named sister until I got married on February 14, 1990, when I transferred to the above address; That as JESUSA's brother, I certainly know her to be single and that she has never been married before either civilly or in a religious ceremony; That I am executing this affidavit in order to attest to the veracity of the above circumstances and for the purpose of compliance with the requirements of the Church of Christ in La Trinidad, Benguet for said sister's impending marriage in said church on April 10, 2009 to Mr. Bart Quero, a resident Buyagan, La Trinidad, Benguet.

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Affiant CTC No._____________ Issued on___________ Issued at Baguio City JURAT

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have set hereunto my signature on the 16th day of February, 2009 at Baguio City, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT

Form No. 7. AFFIDAVIT OF LOSS (PASSPORT) REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT OF LOSS I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, after having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. That on March 5, 2008, I was issued a Philippine Passport by the Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila; 2. That recently I had tried to look for the said passport but the same could not be found; 3. That despite diligent search and efforts to locate the said passport, I could not find the same such that I now believe that it is now lost beyond recovery; 4. As such, I am executing this Affidavit of Loss to attest to the truth of the foregoing and to support the application for the issuance of new one in lieu of the one which was lost. Form No. 8. AFFIDAVIT OF NON-TENANCY REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen and a resident of Buyagan, La Trinidad, Benguet, after having been duly sworn to in accordance with law hereby depose and say: 1. That I am the owner of several parcels of land located at Buyagan, La Trinidad, Benguet more particularly described as follows; A parcel of vegetable land located at Paratong Sta. Cruz Ilocos Sur, bounded on the North by Flora Rose; on the East by Flora Rose; and on the West by Mike Tee; Containing an area of THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED FOURTEEN (3514) SQUARE METERS, covered by TAX DECLARATION N0; 00-0695A; ARP No-00-0033. 2. That said parcels of land are not tenanted but are owner cultivated and not covered under Operation Land Transfer; 3. That I am executing this Affidavit to attest to the truth of the foregoing statements.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have set hereunto my signature on the 16th day of February, 2009 at Baguio City, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Form No. 9. AFFIDAVIT OF OWNERSHIP WITH UNDERTAKING REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN MARI B. DE LA CRUZ, of legal age, Filipino, single and a resident of Pasig City, Philippines after having been duly sworn to in accordance with law hereby depose and say that: 1. I am the absolute and legal owner of a GSM handset described as follows: Make/Model: NOKIA 2600C Black International Mobile Equipment Identification (IMEI): 354350003717668l 2. On January 30, 2009, I executed an Affidavit of Ownership and Loss with Undertaking and filed the same with the National Telecommunication Commission to authorize said commission and all CMTS to block the said GSM handset for the reason that said cell phone was stolen from me by unidentified person/s; 3. However, on February 14, 2009, I was able to retrieve said GSM handset through a common friend;

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I hereby request/authorize the National Telecommunication Commission and all CMTS carriers to unblock the said GSM Handset; I hereby undertake to hold free from any responsibility or shall not hold NTC and the above-mentioned carriers liable for whatever claims, loss or damages or any party may institute by reason of NTCs action to unblock the afore-mentioned unit;

6. In support of this request and as proof of my ownership of said cell phone unit, I attached hereto a photocopy of the following documents: A. Social Security System Identification Card Number... B. Professional Drivers License No. _________ C. Employment Identification Card D. Police Report 7. I am executing this affidavit to attest to the truth of the foregoing facts. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have set hereunto my signature on the 16th day of February, 2009 at Baguio City, Philippines. __________________________ JUAN MARI B. DE LA CRUZ Affiant JURAT Form No. 10. AFFIDAVIT OF WARRANTY REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT

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I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, married and residing at No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, after having been duly sworn to according to law hereby depose and state: 1. That I am the actual buyer of that motor vehicle which is specifically described as follows: MAKE: TYPE: MODEL: COLOR: MOTOR NO. CHASSIS NO. 2. That the fact of purchase is evidenced by that Deed of Sale of Motor Vehicle dated December 15, 2008 whereby Mr. Cruise is the vendor and I am the vendee as entered in the notarial register of Notary Public Willy Mangalay, as Doc. No. 150; Page No. : 25, Book No. 28: and Series of 2008, a copy of said Deed of Sale is hereto attached for reference; 3. That I hereby attest to the authenticity of said Deed of Sale and the genuineness of the transaction and in furtherance thereof, I hereby release the officers and staff of the Land Transportation Office from any liability which may occur in the event that there is any flaw or legal infirmities in said transaction; 4. That I am executing this affidavit in order to attest toe the veracity of the foregoing circumstances and as a warranty on the authenticity and genuineness of the above mentioned transaction. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have set hereunto my signature on the 16th day of February, 2009 at Baguio City, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT 2. That by reason of the death of my above-named wife, I henceforth become the father and guardian of my said daughter as she is still a minor having been born on March 13, 2000; 3. That I am executing this affidavit in order to attest to the truth of the foregoing circumstances and for the purpose of securing an Form No. 11. AFFIDAVIT OF GUARDIANSHIP REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR, of legal age, widower, and residing at No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, after having been duly sworn to in accordance with law, hereby depose and state:

1. That I am the father of my daughter MARIANA B. DE LA CRUZ by


my deceased wife, MARIA B. DE LA CRUZ, who died on January 5, 2009;

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educational insurance for my said daughter in my capacity as her guardian.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Note: Executed to attest to the fact of guardianship of a minor. Form No. 12. CRIMINAL AFFIDAVIT REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, married, and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, after having been sworn to in accordance with law, hereby depose and state; 1. That I executed a sworn statement on December 27, 2008 before PO2 Jack Ammo witnessed by PI Rocky Bato, Chief of Police of Baguio City Police Office about a crime I personally saw and witnessed; 2. That I was not able to fully elaborate what I saw because all that I said were dictated to me by my uncle Pedro De la Cruz and told me to just mention the name of Boy Pana as the triggerman because, according to him, no matiliw isuna, isabit na met la dagidiay kakadua na (if he will be captured he will tell of his companions anyway); 3. That the truth about the killing are as follows: UC College of Law

a. That at about ten oclock (10:00) in the evening of December 24, 2008, while I was in our house, I heard about two (2) gunshots so I rushed out of our house and went straight to our neighbors house, Fe Ninger, where there was a party going on and where I know my brother was; b. That when I saw that the people there were merry-making I returned to our house however, when I was already at the eastern side of our house, I again heard gunshot so I returned immediately to the our neighbors house; c.That when I was at our neighbors house, I saw Boy Pana and Boy Indian holding my brother, Policarpio De la Cruz, and restraining him from moving while Boy Astig fired at him point blank and that even when my brother was already lying on the ground, Boy Astig fired two (2) more shots at him point blank; d. That I recognized the three (3) assailants of my brother because I was only about two (2) meters from them and that the place where they killed my brother was well-lighted; e. That because of fear and that I was already nervous, I ran towards west to ask help from my uncles Pedro De la Cruz and Jesus De la Cruz where I met my father Juan De la Cruz Sr., who was also calling for help; 4. That the facts about the true participation of Boy Pana as well as the participation of Boy Astig and Boy Indian were not fully elaborated because I was restrained by my uncle Pedro De la Cruz, for reasons known to him only, and also because of fear I still feel that time; 5. That I am executing this sworn statement to modify my first statement given on December 27, 2008, to establish the fact that there were three (3) assailants of my brother, that Boy Astig was the one who shot my brother while Boy Pana and Boy Indian restrained and held him, to explain the discrepancies made in my first statement and attest to the truth of the foregoing statements.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16 th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. ________________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT

3. That upon securing a copy of his Certificate of Live Birth, both at the Local Civil Registrar of Baguio City and the National Statistics Office, he found out that he has no record in both agencies pertaining to his registration; 4. That we are executing this affidavit to the truth of the foregoing statements that JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. was born on DECEMBER 18, 195 7explaining that the fact of his birth was not registered and establishing the fact that his true and real birth date is DECEMBER 18, 1957 and for all legal purpose and intents it may deem serve. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We hereunto affix our signatures this 16th day of February 2009 at Baguio City, Philippines. __________________ JACK IBAGBAGA Affiant _________________ DINA MAKAPILI Affiant
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Form No. 13. AFFIDAVIT OF BIRTH BY TWO DISINTERESTED PERSONS REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT We, JACK IBAGBAGA and DINA MAKAPILI, both of legal age, married, Filipino citizens and both residents of Aurora Hill, Baguio City, Philippines, after having been duly sworn to in accordance with law, hereby depose and say: 1. That we personally know one JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., the son of the late JUAN DE LA CRUZ SR., and TOMASA P. DE LA CRUZ, being our close friend and neighbor on the said locality; 2. That we know for the fact that he had been known to have been born and had been using as date of birth DECEMBER 18, 1957 in all his records such as Baptismal Certificate, Voters Registration, School Records, Marriage Certificate and practically in all his legal transactions;

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JURAT Form No. 14. AFFIDAVIT OF DENIAL REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, single and residing at No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, after having been duly sworn to according to law hereby depose and state:

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1. That I am a welder, applying for overseas employment, particularly Iraq; 2. That due to the fact that the name JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., seems to be very common, I was told that there have been several namesakes with criminal or derogatory records found in the NBI records, a copy of which is hereto attached for reference; 3. That I would like to categorically state herein that I have no pending criminal or civil cases filed against me by any person or entity and that cases dug up in NBI records are merely namesakes and none of them are actually mine; 4. That further, I wish to refute herein that I am the person with pending court cases as my middle name is "PUSIT" and have been a resident of the above address for more than 30 years now and have never been a resident of any of the addresses mentioned in the attached NBI records; 5. That I am executing this affidavit in order to attest to the veracity of the foregoing circumstances and for the purpose of denying herein that I am the same person referred to in the said list of Tom Cruses. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16 th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Note: This instrument is necessary to deny formally a person's namesake with criminal records in the NBI. Form No. 15. AFFIDAVIT OF DISCREPANCY(DATE OF MARRIAGE OF PARENTS)

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT OF DISCREPANCY I, JUAN MARI B. DE LA CRUZ, of legal age, Filipino, single and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. That I was born to the spouses JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., and MARIA B. DE LA CRUZ on December 22, 1985 in Baguio City, Philippines as evidenced by the Certificate of Live Birth issued by the City Civil Registrar of the City of Baguio; 2. That however, in the said Certificate of Live Birth, the date of marriage of my parents was erroneously written as May 8, 1960 instead of the true and correct date May 28, 1960 as evidenced by the Certificate of Marriage of my parents issued by the City Civil Registrar of the City of Baguio, hereto attached as Annex "A"; 3. That said discrepancy in my Certificate of Live Birth was an error done inadvertently; 4. That I execute this Affidavit of Discrepancy to attest to the truth of the foregoing facts. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Form No. 16. AFFIDAVIT OF DISCREPANCY(MIDDLE NAME)

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT OF DISCREPANCY I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state:

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT OF DISCREPANCY I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. That on March 22, 2004, I was issued a Philippine Passport with passport number PP-12345 in which my true surname DELA CRUZ was stated; 2. That before the expiration of the aforementioned passport on March 22, 2009, I had applied with Philippine Embassy in Manila for the issuance of a new passport and on February 14, 2009, I was issued a new Philippine passport with Passport No. PP-56789; 3. However, in the said new passport my surname had been erroneously misspelled as DELA CRUX; 4. That I execute this Affidavit of Discrepancy to attest to the truth of the foregoing facts and to explain the discrepancy in my Philippine Passport with regards my surname. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Form No. 18. AFFIDAVIT OF DISCREPANCY(DATE OF BIRTH)

1. That in my Certificate of Live Birth as recorded in the Office


of the Civil Registrar of Baguio City, Philippines, my middle name was erroneously written as "BUSIT" instead of my true and correct middle name of "PUSIT";

2. That my true middle name is PUSIT as appearing in the same Certificate of Live as the maiden name of my mother; 3. That in all pertinent documents which I had used, to include that of my scholastic records (transcript of records), I used my true and correct middle name of PUSIT;
4. That I am executing this Affidavit of Discrepancy to attest to the truth of the foregoing facts and to explain the discrepancy in my Certificates of Live Birth, as regards my true middle name. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16 day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Form No. 17. AFFIDAVIT OF DISCREPANCY(SURNAME/FAMILY NAME)
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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT OF DISCREPANCY I, JUAN MARI B. DE LA CRUZ, of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. That in my Certificate of Live Birth as recorded in the Office of the Civil Registrar of Baguio City, Philippines and Secondary Student Permanent Record at Baguio City National High School, it is stated that I was born on 21 May 1985 at Makati City, Philippines; 2. That my relatives, acting on the honest belief that I was born on 21 May 1985, had used 21 May 1985 as my birth date in all pertinent school records when they processed my enrollment at Baguio City National High School in Baguio City, Philippines; 3. That when I filled up my voter's registration record required by the Commission on Election last 15 April 2006, I had inadvertently and erroneously written the date of my birth as 21 May 1986 instead of 21 May 1985; 4. That I am executing this Affidavit of Discrepancy to attest to the truth of the foregoing facts and to explain the discrepancy in my Certificates of Live Birth, Secondary Student Permanent Record, Transcript of Records and Voter Registration Form as regards to my date of birth; 5. Further, I am declaring that from this date hereon I would be using my true and correct date of birth of 21 May 1985 in all my papers, records and other documents. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines.

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Form No. 19. AFFIDAVIT OF LOSS REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR, of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. That I am the owner of a Nokia cell phone model 2600c with unit number 0926-2164121 under account number 222222; 2. That on the 13th of February, 2009 with a number of books and packages I was carrying while getting out of my car, my said cell phone must have slipped from my pocket because after I reached my office, I hurriedly tried to get my said cell phone from my pocket but I was a little bit shocked as it was not there anymore; 3. That after diligent search inside my car and the stairs and elevator used going up my office; my said cell phone was nowhere to be found anymore;

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4. That I am executing this affidavit in order to attest to the truth of the foregoing circumstances and for the purpose of reporting the loss to the Globe business center. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Form No. 20. AFFIDAVIT OF NON-OPERATION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR, of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. That I am the President of ABC Company, a corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the Philippines with principal office at #69 Shape Bldg., Session Rd., Baguio City; 2. That said corporation was incorporated in February 21, 1968 and acquired by the undersigned with the purchase of its corporate property in the above address sometime in December, 2008 but has not yet commenced its operation in view of the slump in the real estate industry in the country; 3. That the stockholders and directors of the corporation are contemplating on reviving its operation in the near future when the opportune time comes;

4. That this affidavit is being executed in order to attest to the truth of the foregoing circumstances and for the purpose of complying with the reportorial requirements of the Securities and Exchange Commission. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Form No. 21. AFFIDAVIT OF OWNERSHIP OF PERSONAL PROPERTIES FOR CONTRACT OF PLEDGE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT OF OWNERSHIP I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR, of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. I am the absolute and legal owner of a GSM handset described as follows: Make/Model: NOKIA 2600C Black International Mobile Equipment Identification (IMEI): 354350003717668l 2. That I intend to deliver the said personal property as a collateral to secure the loan that I am applying for from XYZ Lending Corporation; 3. That I hereby warrant title and ownership over the abovementioned personal property and I will defend the possession of the Pledge from eviction;

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4. That I execute this Affidavit of Ownership to attest to the truth of the aforementioned facts and in support of my application for a loan and for any other legal purposes that this Affidavit could serve. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Form No. 22. AFFIDAVIT OF PUBLICATION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR, of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. That I am the Classified Ads Manager of the ABC Publishing, publisher of the Midland Courier which is being published daily in English, of general circulation with editorial and business address at No. 123 Kisad Road, Baguio City, Philippines; 2. That at the order of Ben Tumbling Jr., Extrajudicial Settlement of Estate of the late Ben Tumbling dated January 15, 2009 was published in this newspaper in its issues of February; 3. That I execute this Affidavit of Publication to attest to the truth of the aforementioned facts and in for any other legal purposes that this Affidavit could serve.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. ______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Form No. 23. AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR, of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. I know the person of ANNA HILTON and that I acknowledge the baby she is presently carrying is mine; 2. Because of this , I pledge to provide financial support to ANNA HILTON during her entire pregnancy in the amount of Ten Thousand Pesos (Php 10,000.00) monthly and until she gives birth; 3. delivery; 4. Should the needs of the baby increase and should my means improve, I promise to increase the amount of financial support subject to another agreement which I and ANNA HILTON shall enter into in the future; 5. I am executing this affidavit to attest to the foregoing facts and for whatever legal intent and purpose this may serve. I also vow to support her financially during her

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. ______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Note: This is an example of an affidavit of support executed by the father. This sample affidavit of support includes recognition by the father that the child being carried by a woman is his. Form No. 24. AFFIDAVIT OF WITHDRAWAL REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN MARI B. DE LA CRUZ, fifteen (15) years of age, Filipino, married and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. That I filed my candidacy for Sangguniang Kabataan Kagawad in our barangay for this coming Barangay Election to be held on OCTOBER 29, 2007; 2. That my Certificate of Candidacy was duly admitted by the Commission on Election, Baguio City; 3. That since I had changed my plan and not to run as SK Chairman, I am now withdrawing my candidacy for Sangguniang Kabataan Kagawad;

4. That I am executing this Affidavit of Withdrawal for the purpose of signifying my intention of withdrawing from the position I am running for and for all legal intents it may serve. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto affix my signature this 18th day of October, 2007 at Baguio City, Philippines. ASSISTED BY: ______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. _____________________________ JUAN MARI B. DE LA CRUZ Affiant JURAT Form No. 25. AFFIDAVIT OF TRANSFER REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. That I am a registered holder/possessor of a flat located in Greenhills, San Juan and an owner of the improvements such as the electricity installed in the said flat; 2. That I am now transferring all my rights over the said flat and on the electricity to my nephew CLARO M. RECTO who is working at ABS-CBN; 3. That I am executing this Affidavit to attest to the truth of the foregoing statements for the purpose of requesting the office

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concern for the transfer of the said flat including the electricity installed therein from my name to CLARO M. RECTO and for all legal intents it may serve; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 16th day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. ________________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant JURAT Form No. 26. JOINT AFFIDAVIT OF LEGITIMATION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) CITY OF BAGUIO ) S.S. JOINT AFFIDAVIT I, JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR., and MARIA B. DE LA CRUZ, spouses of legal ages, Filipino citizens, and residents of No. 66 Teachers Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, having been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. That we are the biological parents of JUAN MARI B. DE LA CRUZ who was born on December 29, 1995, and the fact of his birth could be proved by his Certificate of Live Birth which copy is attached as Annex A and made an integral part of this joint affidavit;

4. That being the biological parents of JUAN MARI BUNGE, we hereby recognize him as our legitimate son; 5. That we are executing this affidavit to attest to the truth of all the foregoing recitals for all legal intents and purposes, as well as to request the LCR of Baguio City to cause the necessary correction in the Certificate of Live birth of our son JUAN MARI BUNGE adopting the family name DE LA CRUZ .
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands this 19 th day of February 2009, at Baguio City Philippines. ______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant CTC no.: 1492457299 Issued on/at: 1-22-07/B. C. ______________________ MARIA B. DE LA CRUZ Affiant CTC no.: 14943427423 Issued on/at: 1-22-07/B. C. JURAT

II. CONTRACTS OR AGREEMENTS


DEED is an instrument in writing which conveys an interest in land from the grantor to the grantee; instrument used to effect a transfer of realty; main function is to pass a title to land UNILATERAL DEED/CONTRACT -vendee assumes no obligation - no need for the vendee or the other party to sign the deed/contract nor the acknowledgment therefore BILATERAL DEED/CONTRACT - vendee obliged to do something

2. That on the date of his birth at the Baguio General Hospital, Baguio City on December 29, 1995, we have not yet contracted our marriage hence, his name was registered as JUAN MARI BUNGE in the Local Civil Registry (LCR) of Baguio City;
3. That on September 14, 2004, we contracted our marriage in Diliman, Quezon City as evidenced by our Marriage Certificate hereto attached as Annex B;

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- vendee or the other party must sign both the deed and the acknowledgment Note: In a DEED, a person disposes of his property or right in favor of another PARTS OF A TYPICAL DEED 1. Title 2. Announcement 3. Party One 4. Consideration 5. Act or Conveyance 6. Party Two 7. Signature 8. Acknowledgment Form No.1. DEED OF ASSIGNMENT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENT: This DEED OF ASSIGNMENT made and executed by and between: WALTER T. FUCHIGAMI, of legal age, married, Filipino citizen and a resident of 373 Cruz, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines hereinafter referred to as the ASSIGNOR; and ALLAN D. FUCHIGAMI, of legal age, married, Filipino citizen, and a resident of JF 29 Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein after referred to as the ASSIGNEE; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the ASSIGNOR is the awardee of the construction of the 150 Cu. M. GROUND CONCRETE RESERVOIR situated at Tabangaoen, Balili, La Trinidad, Benguet and granted by the Benguet State University;

WHEREAS, the ASSIGNOR by these presents, hereby, ASSIGNS and TRANSFER, as he hereby, ASSIGNED and TRANSFERRED, unto the said ASSIGNEE, the aforementioned project; WHEREAS, the ASSIGNEE hereby accepts and is WILLING and ABLE to undertake the said project pursuant to the OWNER-CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT entered into by the ASSIGNOR and the Benguet State University; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this 18th day of February 2009 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. ________________________ ______________________ WALTER T. FUCHIGAMI ALLAN D. FUCHIGAMI Assignor Assignee CTC. No.9876365 CTC. No.10322151 Issued on 1-02-09 Issued on 1-02-09 Issued at Baguio Issued at La Trinidad, SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: __________________ and ___________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ) LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET ) S.S.

BEFORE ME a Notary Public for and in the Province of Benguet, Philippines, appeared the above-named persons with their respective Community Tax Certificates bearing the above-information, representing to me to be the same persons who executed the foregoing document, and acknowledged to me that the same is their free act and voluntary deed. WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL this 18thday of February 2009 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines.

___________________________________ BENJAMIN VILLANUEVA DAMPAC Notary Public Until December 31, 2010

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Doc. No. 412; Page No. 32;

PTR No. 0116795, 1-4-09, Benguet TIN 138-172-956 Roll of Attorney No.____ IBP No. _________; Series No. of Commission

WEST: Ricardo Pasigon & Marcial Culpita ASSESSED VALUE: P10070 LOCATION: Saliapan, Tadiangan, Tuba, Benguet WHEREAS, I, the DONOR herein, do hereby state, for the purpose of giving full effect to this donation, that I have reserved for my self in full ownership of sufficient properties to support my needs. WHEREAS, the said DONEES shall divide and adjudicate among themselves the abovementioned portion as follows, to wit: SALLY PASIGON CADIAY 1,612 Square Meters, more or less CATHERINE PASIGON DUNGAYA 1,158 Sq. Meters, more or less MELANIE PASIGON BINWAG 1,150 Square Meters, more or less CELIA PASIGON 1,150 Square Meters, more or less MYRNA PASIGON CAGAY-AN 1,053 Sq. Meters, more or less EDGARDO PASIGON 1,185 Square Meters, more or less JACQUELINE B. PANTAL 1,298 Square Meters, more or less WHEREAS, the said DONEES does hereby accept these donations of the above-described real property, and does hereby express their gratitude for the kindness and liberality of the DONOR. WHEREAS, the above parcels of land are in the possession of the DONEES herein; WHEREAS, this document supersedes that Deed of Donation entered in the notarial registry of Potenciano Mangusan as Doc. No. 216: Page No. 45: Book No. 55, Series of 2000, dated July 17, 2000; WHEREAS, the provisions of Article 1623 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines has been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands this _____th day of January 2006, in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. ___________________ UC College of Law ________________ ___________________

Book No. IV; Series of 2009 Form No. 2. DEED OF DONATION OF A PORTION OF AN UNREGISTERED LAND KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This DEED OF DONATION made and executed by: I, ANTONIA PASIGON , of legal age, widow, Filipino Citizen, with residence at Tadiangan, Tuba Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the DONOR, for and in consideration of my love and affection to my children SALLY PASIGON CADIAY, married to Victor Cadiay, CATHERINE PASIGON DUNGAYA, married to Ceferino dungaya, MELANIE PASIGON BINWAG, married to Allan Binwag, CELIA PASIGON, single, MYRNA PASIGON CAGAY-AN, married to Samuel Cagay-an, EDGARDO PASIGON, married to Rosalyn Humakey Pasigon, JACQUELINE PANTAL, married to Robert Pantal, all of legal age, Filipino citizens and residents of Tadiangan Tuba Benguet, Philippines herein referred to as the DONEES, by these presents, hereby TRANSFER and CONVEY, by way of DONATION, unto the said DONEES portions of that parcels of land situated at Tadiangan, Tuba,Benguet covered by Declaration of Real Property with ARP No. 99010-05888 consisting of an area of NINE THOUSND TWO HUNDRED THIRTY SIX (9,236) SQUARE METERS of which I am the registered owner and more particularly described as follows: ; TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION NORTH: Alejo Tacloy SOUTH: Jerome Beswilen EAST: Benjamin Tacloy, Jose Culpita,

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ANTONIA PASIGON SALLY P. CADIAY EDGARDO PASIGON Donor Donee Donee CTC. No. CTC. No. CTC No. Issued on Issued on Issued on Issued at Issued at Issued at _______________________ ________________ ___________________ CATHERINE DUNGAYA CELIA PASIGON MELANIE BINWAG Donee Donee Donee CTC No. CTC No. CTC No. Issued on Issued on Issued on Issued at Issued at Issued at ______________________ _______________________ MYRNA P. CAGAY-AN JACQUELINE B. PANTAL Donee Donee CTC No. CTC No. Issued on Issued on Issued at Issued at SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ____________________________ and ___________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 3. DEED OF DONATION KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This DEED OF DONATION made and executed by and between: GUILLERMO OGUES, of legal age, widower, Filipino Citizen and with residence at Sayangan, Paoay, Atok, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the DONOR, and

HELEN P. JUAN, married to Barach Obama, of legal age, Filipino Citizen and a resident of Buyacaoan, Buguias, Benguet, Philippines hereinafter referred to as the DONEE; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the DONOR is the registered owner of the following properties, to wit: 1. A parcel of land covered by Declaration of Real Property with ARP No. 99-006-00017, described as follows: North: Lot 001 & Sec. 07 South: Lots 006 & 007 East: Lots 001 & 007 West: Lot 001 2. A parcel of land covered by Declaration of Real Property with ARP No.99-006-00017, described as follows: North: Lot 033,032,031,030,028, South: Lots 028, 027, 026 & 101 East: Lots 028,026,078,079, West: Lots 027,101,034,031 & 030 3. Two Residential Buidlings respectively covered by 99-006-01264 (1 Storey) and 99-006-01265 (1 Storey); WHEREAS, for and in consideration of the love and affection which the DONOR has for the DONEE, the DONOR by these presents, hereby TRANSFERS and CONVEYS, by way of DONATION, unto the said DONEE, the above described real properties, free from all liens and encumbrances; WHEREAS, the DONOR does hereby state, for the purpose of giving full effect to this donation, that he has reserved for himself in full ownership of sufficient properties to support his needs; WHEREAS, the DONEES does hereby accept this donation of the above-described real property, and does hereby express their gratitude for the kindness and liberality of the DONOR;

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WHEREAS, the provisions of Article 1623 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines and ACT 3344 have been complied with; WHEREAS, the aforementioned properties are at present in the possession of the DONOR: IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signature this _______________, in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. ____________________ GUILLERMO OGUES Donor CTC. No. 16919683 Issued on 6-19-06 Issued at Atok, Benguet _______________ HELEN P. JUAN Donee CTC. No. 16920714 Issued on 1-02-06 Issued at Buguias, Benguet

BONIFACIO ALANGSAB, of legal age, Filipino citizen, married, with residence and postal address at City Camp, Baguio City, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDEE, WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the VENDOR is the grantee of a right of first option to purchase a parcel of land located at Sunnyside Subdivision, Baguio City, Philippines covered by and described in Transfer Certificate of Title No. 21541 covering an area EIGHT HUNDRED (800 sq.m.) SQUARE METERS of the Register of Deeds of Baguio City; WHEREAS, for and in consideration of the sum of EIGHTY THOUSAND (P80, 000.00) PESOS, Philippine currency, paid in hand by the VENDEE, the VENDOR hereby SELLS, CEDES, CONVEYS, TRANSFERS and DELIVERS to the VENDEE, her assigns, heirs and successors, by way of ABSOLUTE SALE, his right of first option to purchase a portion of that parcel of land with an area of TWO HUNDRED FIFTY (250 sq. m.) SQUARE METERS, together with all the improvements thereon, situated in Sunnyside Subdivision, Baguio City, Philippines; WHEREAS, the right of first option to buy or purchase on the remaining 300 square meters portion of the land pertained to in TCT No. T-21541 shall remain with the VENDOR; WHEREAS, the provisions of Art. 1623 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines has been complied with FINALLY, this contract shall be binding and enforceable upon the heirs, assigns and the successors of the parties herein. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the PARTIES have hereunto affixed their signatures this 14th day of January 2002 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. ________________ __________________________ GEORGE TAM BONIFACIO ALANGSAB Vendor Vendee CTC. No. 03467494 CTC. No.10139551 Issued on 1-11-02 Issued on 1-09-02

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ________________________ and _________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 4. DEED OF SALE OF IMPROVEMENTS WITH SIMULTANEOUS TRANSFER OF RIGHTS KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This Deed of Sale executed by and between: GEORGE TAM, of legal age, married, Filipino citizen, with residence and postal address at Balili, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDOR; and

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Issued at La Trinidad, Benguet

Issued at Baguio City

S. 48-13 W., 27.60 m. to point 6; N. 73-17 W., 132.51 m. to point 7; S. 37-48 W., 54.01 m. to point 8; N. 21-46 W., 313.45 m. to point 1; Containing an area of FIFTY TWO THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND SEVEN (52,707) SQUARE METERS. All point referred to are indicated on the plan arre marked on t5he ground as follows: points 6 @ 7 by X on tree and the rest are by P.S. Cyl. Conc. Mons. Bounded on the N., along lines 1-2-3 by Provincial road; on the E., along line 3-4 by R. Chunuan; on the S., along lines 4-5-6-7-8 by legal easement of a creek, (Psu-1-002303, Elsie Gamonnac); on the W., along line 8-1 by Andres Fiag-oy. Of which we are the absolute owner. WHEREAS, we, as the VENDORS, hereby warrant the peaceful possession and ownership by the VENDEE of the said parcel of land and shall defend them against any adverse claimants whatsoever; WHEREAS, we, as the VENDOR, likewise hereby warrant that the above-mentioned parcel of parcel of land is free any lien or encumbrances, except that which appears in the Title, if any; WHEREAS, the said parcel of land is presently in the possession of the VENDORS; WHEREAS, the provision of Article 1623 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines has been complied with; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto affixed our signatures this 5th day of November 2005 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. __________________ LOUIS D. YACUAN Vendor CTC. No. 21260143 _________________________ VIOLETA B. CAMI-ING Vendee US Passport No. 094507441

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _____________________________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 5. DEED OF SALE OF A REGISTERED LAND KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: I, ROBITA AGWAY MOGAMOG, of legal age, Filipino Citizens and with residence and postal address at Irisan, Baguio City, Philippines and herein referred to as the VENDOR, for and in consideration of the amount of TEN THOUSAND (Php.10,000.00) PESOS, Philippine Currency, and other valuable considerations, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged from MARK F. DUNUAN, of legal age, single, Filipino Citizen with postal address at 384 Magsaysay Avenue, BaguioCity, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDEE, hereby SELL, CEDE, CONVEY and TRANSFER, as I have SOLD, CEDED, CONVEYED and TRANSFERRED unto the said VENDEE, her heirs, successors and assigns, a portion of that parcel of land denominated as Lot 2, Lot 3 and Lot 5 which are particularly described as follows: LOT 2 1 2 S. 60 12 E 113. 08 M. 2 3 S. 24 25 E 21. 90 M. 3 4 S. 64 19 W covered by ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF TITLE No. P-5184, which is more particularly described as follows: ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF TITLE Plan PSU-1- 002370 Beginning at point marked I of plan PSU-1-002370, being , N. 15-29 W., 20458.30 m. from BLLM No. 1, Pls-60, Mayoyao, Mt. Province ; thence S. 60-12 E., 191.95 m. to point 2; S. 77-49 E., 241.30 m. to point 3; S. 32-17 W., 146.35 m. to point 4; N. 85-59 W., 27.50 m. to point 5;

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Issued on 1-10=05 Issued on 12-3-98 Issued at La Trinidad, Benguet Expiration date 12-2-2008 _____________________ PAULINE P. YACUAN Vendor CTC No. 21260144 Issued on 1-10-05 Issued at La Trinidad, Benguet SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ______________________ and _____________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 6. UNILATERAL DEED OF SALE OF AN UNREGISTERED LAND KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: I, JOSEPHINE MAKIN MARANES, of legal age, married to Toleto Maranes, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Natubleng, Buguias, Benguet, Philippines herein referred to as the VENDOR, for and in consideration of the amount of THIRTY THOUSAND (Php. 30,000.00) PESOS, Philippine currency, and other valuable considerations, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged from MERO MAKIN, married to Manilyn Makin, both of legal age, Filipino Citizens and residents of Daga, Conner, Apayao, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDEE, hereby SELL, CEDE, CONVEY and TRANSFER, as I have SOLD, CEDED, CONVEYED AND TRANSFERRED, unto the said VENDEES, their heirs and assigns, that parcel of land covered by Declaration of Real Property bearing ARP No. 95-02007-00226 situated at Bua, Daga, Conner, Apayao, Philippines and more particularly described as follows, to wit: DECLARATION OF REAL PROPERTY ARP No. 95-02007-00226 BOUNDARIES: NORTH:Pin No. 007 EAST:Pin No. 007 & Prov. of Kalinga UC College of Law

SOUTH: Sec. 12 WEST: AREA: Forty Five Thousand (45,000) Square Meters ASSESSED VALUE: Four Thousand Three Hundred Ten (P4, 310.00) Pesos Of which property is my PARAPHERNAL PROPERTY. WHEREAS, I, the VENDOR, warrant that the above-described parcel of Land is free from any lien and/or encumbrance except that which appears, if any, in the Tax Declaration; WHEREAS, the above-parcel of land is presently in the possession of the VENDEES herein; WHEREAS, the parties hereto hereby agree to register this document pursuant to the provisions of Act 3344 and that the provisions of Article 1623 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines have been complied with; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my signature this ______________________ in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. _____________________ JOSEPHINE M. MARANES Vendor CTC No. Issued on Issued at _____________ MERO MAKIN Vendee CTC. No. 22949467 Issued on 1-22-07 Issued at Apayao

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _______________________ and _____________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 7. ABSOLUTE DEED OF SALE OF AN UNREGISTERED LAND KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

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That I, VIRGILIO DAGUINES, of legal age, single, Filipino Citizen and with residence and postal address at Natubleng, Buguias, Benguet, Philippines and herein referred to as the VENDOR, for and in consideration of the amount of TWENTY THOUSAND (Php. 20,000.00) PESOS, Philippine Currency, hereby SELL, CEDE, CONVEY and TRANSFER, as I have SOLD, CEDED, CONVEYED and TRANSFERRED to JOSEPH MESA, likewise of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen with postal address at Natubleng, Buguias, Benguet, Philippines, his heirs and assigns and herein referred to as the VENDEE, a THIRTY ONE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED FOUR (31,104) SQUARE METERS situated at Natubleng, Buguias, Benguet covered by Declaration of Real Property with ARP No. 99-013-00729 of which I am the absolute owner and herein particularly described as follows: DECLARATION OF REAL PROPERTY WITH ARP No. 99-013-00729 NORTH: Camatis Daguines SOUTH: Camas Padilan EAST: Basatan Aldang WEST: Delio Damitan AREA: 3.1104 Ha. ASSESSED VALUE: P19,930.00 I, as the VENDOR, warrant that the above-described portion of the said parcel of land is free from any liens and/or encumbrances except that which appears, if any, in the Declaration of Real Property; The provision of Article 1623 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines has been complied with; This contract shall be binding and enforceable upon the heirs, assigns and the successors of the parties herein. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto affixed our signatures this _____th day of _____________________ at ______________________________, Philippines. ____________________ _____________ VIRGILIO DAGUINES JOSEPH MESA

Vendor Vendee CTC No. 14869898 CTC. No. 14869897 Issued on 1-09-08 Issued on 1-09-08 Issued at Buguias, Benguet Issued at Buguias, Benguet SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ______________________ and _____________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 8. DEED OF SALE OF A SUBDIVIDED REGISTERED LAND KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This DEED OF SALE OF A SUBDIVIDED REGISTERED LAND made and executed by and between: PATERNO ATTING, married to Veronica Atting, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, and a resident of Natubleng, Buguias, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDOR; and SATURNINO DAMITAN, married to Luz M. Damitan, and ANNIE CADIOGAN, married to Samuel Cadiogan, both of legal age, Filipino Citizens and residents of Natubleng, Buguias, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDEES; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the VENDOR is the registered owner of that parcel of land covered by Transfer Certificate of Title bearing No. T- 29810 situated at Barrio of Natubleng, Buguias, Benguet, Philippines and which is more particularly described as follows, to wit: TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE No. T-29810 A parcel of land (Lot 8-C of the subd. plan Psd-CAR000185, being a portion of Lot 8 (LRC) Pcs-28824 situated I the Barrio

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of Natubleng, Municipality of Buguias, Province of Benguet, Island of Luzon. Bounded on the NE., along lines 1-2-3 by Lot 8-E; on the E. along line 3-4 by Lot 8-G; on the S & W. along lines 4-5-6 by Lot 8-B; on the NE., along line 6-1 by Lot 8-D, all of the subdivision plan. Beginning at a point marked 1 on plan being S. 37 deg. 08 E. 2913. 46 m. from triangulation station OSDONG, Buguias, Benguet. thence, S. 3 deg. 27 W., 3.50 m. to point 2 thence, S. 89 deg. 26 E. 9.04 m. to point 3 thence, S. 1 deg. 15 E. 9.57 m. to point 4 thence, N. 86 deg.55 W. 18.27 m. to point 5 thence, N. 2 deg. 51 E., 13.84 m. to point 6 thence, S. 79 deg., 02 E. 8.67 m. to point of beginning, containing an area of TWO HUNDRED ONE (201) Sq. m. ,ore or less. All points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground as follows: All points by PS cyl. conc. mons. 15 x 60 cms. Bearings true. Date of orginal Survey Oct. 27, 1957 and that of the subdivision survey was executed by Geodetic Engineer Apolonio Walsiyen under the supervision of Engr. Jose E. Fernandez on March 12-13, 1988 & October 9, 1989 and was approved on Dec 18, 1989. WHEREAS, for and in consideration of the amount of THIRTY THOUSAND (Php.30, 000.00) PESOS, Philippine Currency, paid in hand by the VENDEES, the VENDOR hereby SELLS, TRANSFERS and CONVEYS, as he hereby SOLD, TRANSFERRED and CONVEYED, unto the said VENDEES, their heirs and assigns, the abovementioned property and as indicated in that Subdivision Plan of LOT 8-C, PSD-CAR-000185 as surveyed for Paterno Atting, as follows, to wit:

WHEREAS, the VENDOR warrants that the above-described parcel of Land is free from any lien and/or encumbrance except that which appears, if any, in the Title; WHEREAS, the provisions of Article 1623 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines have been complied with; WHEREAS, the abovementioned parcel of land is in the possession of the vendor herein; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this __________________ in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. __________________ ________________________ PATERNO ATTING SATURNINO DAMITAN Vendor Vendee CTC. No. CTC. No. 13145083 Issued on Issued on 4-19-07 Issued at Issued at Buguias, Benguet ___________________ ANNIE CADIOGAN Vendee CTC. No. 13120148 Issued on 3-23-07 at Buguias, Benguet WITH MY CONFORMITY: ____________________ VERONICA ATTING Spouse of the Vendor
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LOT 8-C-1 with an area of ONE HUNDRED ONE (101) Sq. m. shall be sold in favor of Saturnino Damitan (A copy of the Technical Description of Lot 8-C-1 is hereto attached and made part hereof); and LOT 8-C-2 with an area of ONE HUNDRED (100) Sq. m. shall be sold in favor of Annie Cadiogan (A copy of the Technical Description of Lot 8-C-2 is hereto attached and made part hereof).

b.

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ____________________ and ________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No.9. CONDITIONAL DEED OF SALE OF A PORTION

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OF AN UNREGISTERED LAND KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This CONDITIONAL DEED of SALE of a PORTION UNREGISTERED LAND made and executed by and between: of AN

HUNDRED (100 Sq. M.) METERS of the above-described parcel of land under the following terms and condition, to wit:

1. The VENDEES shall give an advance payment in the amount of


ONE HUNDRED TWENTY THOUSAND (Php. 100, 000.00) PESOS IN CASH as advance payment;

DOMINADOR QUINTO, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen, with residence at Samuyao, Alapang, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDOR; and SPOUSES HAROLD F. SIANO and MARCELA N. SIANO, both of legal age, Filipino Citizens with residence at Samuyao, Alapang, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDEES. WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the VENDOR is the owner of a parcel of land with an area of SEVEN HUNDRED THREE (703) SQAURE METERS situated at Samuyao, Alapang, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, covered by a tax declaration with Assessment of Real Property (ARP) No. 99-00201956, specifically described as follows: ASSESSMENT OF REAL PROPERTY (ARP) No. 99-002-01956 Area: SEVEN HUNDRED THREE (703 Sq. M.) SQUARE METERS Kind: CAMOTAL BOUNDARIES: North: SECTION 04 East: BARANGAY ROAD South: 017 West: SECTION 06

2. The remaining balance in the amount of FIFTY THOUSAND


(Php.50,000.00) PESOS shall be paid with in an installment basis;

3. Upon acceptance of the advance payment, the VENDOR shall allow


the VENDEES to enter into the premises of the said parcel of land and introduce any improvement thereon including building of a house;

4. The transfer to the VENDEES of the absolute ownership over the


said portion (ONE HUNDRED (100 Sq. M.) METERS) of the said parcel of land and the transfer to their names shall be made upon FULL PAYMENT of the agreed consideration; WHEREAS, it is further agreed that the said portion of said parcel of land shall not be SOLD, MORTGAGED or ENCUMBERED to any third person without the written consent of the VENDEES; WHEREAS, failure by the VENDOR to comply with his obligations herein set-forth shall oblige him to return to the VENDEES the amount of the advance payment/s made plus legal interests; WHEREAS, the VENDOR warrants that the above-described parcel of Land is free from any lien and/or encumbrance; FINALLY, this contract shall be binding and enforceable upon the heirs, assigns and the successors of the parties herein. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this ___________________ in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. With my conformity:

WHEREAS, for and in consideration of the sum of ONE HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND (Php. 150,000.00) PESOS, Philippine Currency, the VENDORS hereby SELL, TRANSFER, and CONVEY unto the said VENDEES, their heirs and assigns by way of CONDITIONAL SALE ONE

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_____________________ DOMINADOR QUINTO Vendor


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SPOUSES MARLON AUSTRIA and MARITES AUSTRIA, both of legal age, Filipino Citizens with residence at Dizon Subdivision, Maya Street, Baguio City, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDEES. WITNESSETH:

___________________ HAROLD F. SIANO Vendee


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WHEREAS, the VENDOR is the owner of a of that parcel of land with an area of TWO HUNDRED TWENTY EIGHT (228) SQAURE METERS situated at Tomay, Bahong, La Trinidad, Province of Benguet covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-63099 issued by the Register of Deeds of Benguet, a machine copy of which is hereto attached and made part of this Conditional Deed of Sale; WHEREAS, for and in consideration of the sum of SIX HUNDRED EIGHTY FOUR THOUSAND (Php. 684,000.00) PESOS, Philippine Currency, the VENDORS hereby SELL, TRANSFER, and CONVEY unto the said VENDEES, their heirs and assigns by way of CONDITIONAL SALE the above-described parcel of land under the following terms and condition, to wit:

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _______________________________________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT

5. The VENDEES shall give an advance payment in the amount of


Form No. 10. CONDITIONAL DEED OF SALE OF A REGISTERED LAND KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This CONDITIONAL DEED of SALE of REGISTERED LAND made and executed by and between: ROMANA GESTON married to WILLIAM GESTON, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence at Tomay, Bahong, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDOR; and THREE HUNDRED TWENTY THOUSAND (Php. 320, 000.00) PESOS IN CASH inclusive of the reservation fee in the amount of TWENTY THOUSAND (Php 20,000.00) PESOS;

6. The remaining balance in the amount of THREE HUNDRED SIXTY


FOUR THOUSAND (364,000.00) PESOS shall be paid with in ONE (1) YEAR on a regular monthly basis of not less than TWENTY THOUSAND (20,000,00) PESOS;

7. Upon acceptance of the initial payment, the VENDOR shall allow


the VENDEES to enter into the premises of the said parcel of land and introduce any improvement thereon including the building of a house;

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8. The title shall remain in the possession of the VENDOR and will
transfer to the VENDEES the absolute ownership of the said parcel of land and surrender the title upon FULL PAYMENT of the consideration;

ROMANA GESTON Vendor CTC No. Issued on Issued at ___________________ MARLON AUSTRIA Vendee CTC No. Issued on Issued at

WILLIAM GESTON Spouse of Vendor CTC No. Issued on Issued at ____________________ MARITESS AUSTRIA Vendee CTC No. Issued on Issued at

9. Failure on the part of the VENDEE to pay the balance as agreed


upon within the period of one (1) year will subject both parties to another negotiation;

10. The incidental expenses that will be incurred relative to the transfer
of the parcel of land to be facilitated by Mrs. ROMANA GESTON shall be borne by both parties but the VENDEES contribution is however limited to the amount of FIVE THOUSAND (5,000.00) PESOS and the rest will be shouldered by the VENDOR; WHEREAS, it is further agreed that the said parcel of land shall not be SOLD, MORTGAGED or ENCUMBERED to any third person without the written consent of the VENDEES; WHEREAS, failure by the VENDOR to comply with his obligations herein set-forth shall oblige him to return to the VENDEES the amount of the advance payment/s made plus legal interests; WHEREAS, the VENDOR warrants that the above-described parcel of Land is free from any lien and/or encumbrance except that which appears, if any, in the Transfer Certificate of Title; FINALLY, this contract shall be binding and enforceable upon the heirs, assigns and the successors of the parties herein. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this _______________ in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. With my conformity: ___________________ ___________________ UC College of Law

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: __________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 11. ABSOLUTE DEED OF SALE OF A REGISTERED LAND KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: I, VICTORIA ORTIZ-REFORBA, married, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at No. 51-A Palma St., 1 st Road, Baguio City, Philippines, the Atty-in-Fact of EPIFANIA ORTIZ by virtue of that Special Power of Attorney a copy of which is hereto attached for reference purposes, Filipino Citizen, of legal age, married to LEPOLDO ORTIZ both residents of No. 7 C Victoria Apartment, Baguio City, who are the registered owners of that parcel of land covered and embraced by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-59757 herein referred to as the VENDOR, for and in consideration of the amount of THIRTY THOUSAND (Php.30,000.00) PESOS, Philippine currency, and other valuable considerations, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged from MARVIN C. MAKIN and QUIRINA LAILA P. MAKIN, both of legal age, both married, Filipino Citizens, both residents of Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines and

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herein referred to as the VENDEES, hereby SELL, CEDE, CONVEY and TRANSFER, as I have SOLD, CEDED, CONVEYED AND TRANSFERRED, unto the said VENDEES, their heirs and assigns, that parcel of land situated at Barrio of Pico, Municipality of La Trinidad and which are more particularly described respectively as follows, to wit: TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-59757 A parcel of land of Lot 13-E, Psd-CAR-011245 being a portion of Lot 13, (LRC) Pcs-5425, rurban Code of 131110, Barangay Pico, Municipality of La Trinidad, Province of Benguet, Island of Luzon. Bounded on the N., along line 1-2 by Lot 12, (LRC) Pcs5425; on the NE., along line 2-3 by Lot 13-F; on the SE., along line 3-4 by Lot 13-H (Alley 1.00 m. wide), on the SW., along line 4-1 by Lot 13-D, all of both of the subdivision plan. Beginning at the point marked 1 on plan being N. 10 deg. 23 W., 1648.72 m. from Triangulation Station La Trinidad Baguio Townsite, to corner 1, thence; N. 84 deg. 53 E., 06.15 m. S. 09 deg. 05 E., 23.57 m. S. 68 deg. 37 W., 06.28 m. N. 09 deg. 05 E., 25.33 m. beginning; to to to to point point point point 2; 3; 4; of

WHEREAS, I hereby warrant that the said parcel of land is free from any encumbrance except that which appears in the title if any; WHEREAS, we hereby agreed to register this instrument in accordance with the provisions of Art. 1623 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto affixed our signatures this ______ day of September 2007 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. _____________________ VICTORIA REFORBA Vendor/ Atty-in-Fact of ___________________ EPIFANIA ORTIZ
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Containing an area of ONE HUNDRED FIFTY (150) SQUARE METERS more or less. All corners are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by P.S. Cyl. Conc. Mons. 15 x 40 cms. Bearings True; Date of original survey: 1915 Date of Subdivision Survey: November 18, 2003 executed by Engineer Reynaldo M. David and was approved on February 22, 2005. Of which I am the absolute owner. WHEREAS, I hereby warrant the peaceful possession and ownership by the VENDEES, their heirs and assigns, of the said land and shall defend them against any adverse claimants whatsoever;

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ____________________________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 12. DEED OF ASSIGNMENT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This Deed of Assignment made and executed by:

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GRACE INGOSAN-SOLANO, legal age, Filipino, married and with residence and postal address at Nangalisan, Tuba, Benguet hereinafter referred as the ASSIGNOR; In favor of DR.INOCENCIO LARANANG, of legal age, Filipino, and with office address at Pines City Doctors Hospital, Magsaysay Ave., Baguio City, hereinafter referred as the ASSIGNEE; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the ASSIGNOR is the absolute owner of a TWO HUNDRED SIXTY NINE (269) shares of stock issued by the PINES CITY DOCTORS HOSPITAL, INC. (hereinafter referred as the Pines shares) with a total par value of TWO HUNDRED SIXTY NINE THOUSAND PESOS (Php 269,000.00) which have been fully paid; WHEREAS, the ASSIGNOR desires to sell TEN (10) shares of said Pines share to the ASSIGNEE; NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the foregoing, premises and the mutual covenants herein set forth, the ASSIGNOR and the ASSIGNEE do hereby agree as follows:

3. The ASSIGNEE is hereby authorized to cause the registration of


this Deed in the corporate records of PINES CITY DOCTORS HOSPITAL, INC. and in the issuance of the corresponding certificate for the share herein conveyed under their respective names or their nominees of assigns. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto signed this Deed of Assignment this ______ day of January 2004 in La Trinidad Benguet, Philippines. ____________________________ GRACE INGOSAN- SOLANO Assignor
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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _______________________ and ________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 13. DEED OF WAIVER OF RIGHTS KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: I, MELANIE UBANDO-CAMPBELL, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen, and with residence and postal address at Bonuan Gueset, Dagupan, am the highest bidder of that parcel of land covered by Declaration of Real Property with ARP. No. 99-001-00464 with an area of TEN THOUSAND (10,000) SQUARE METERS registered in the name of CALIXTO DOCAYAG which was sold at public auction on November 28, 2003 and more particularly described as follows, to wit: DECLARATION OF REAL PROPERTY ARP NO. 99-001-00464 NORTH: Matias Julian SOUTH: Sontillo Amiten

1. For and in consideration of ONE HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND


(Php 150,000.00) PESOS, the ASSIGNOR, by these presents, does hereby assign, cede, transfer and convey unto the ASSGNEE the ownership over the TEN (10) Pines Shares.

2. The parties further agree that the ASSIGNEE shall pay all the
expenses, costs of registration and transfer fees incurred or to be incurred in the implementation of this Deed and as a consequence of this Deed of Assignment as well as all internal revenue taxes that may be imposed thereon.

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EAST: Maxion Benkeng WEST:Tagora Joseph AREA: 10,000 sq. m. ASSESSED VALUE: Php50, 290 WHEREAS, for and in consideration of the amount of FIFTY THOUSAND (P50, 000.00) PESOS, paid in hand through my attorney-infact Magdalena Ubando, by the children of CALIXTO DOCAYAG, namely LANDO CALAS and BERNO CALAS, to my full satisfaction, I, hereby WAIVE, TRANSFER and CEDE, as I hereby WAIVED, TRANSFERRED and CEDED, all my rights, participation and claims over the entire parcel of land as described above unto the said CALIXTO DOCAYAG, his heirs and assigns; WHEREAS, I hereby confirm and affirm any act and deed anent the transfer or restoration of the said property in the name of CALIXTO DOCAYAG, his heirs and assigns; WHEREAS, we hereby agree that this deed shall be registered pursuant to the provisions of ACT 3344 and that the provision of Article 1623 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines has been complied with; WHEREAS, I have freely and voluntarily executed this DEED without anyone coercing and influencing me and I fully understand the consequences of my act and deed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my signature this __ day of _______ in ____________________, Philippines. _______________________________ MELANIE UBANDO-CAMPBELL
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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ___________________ and ____________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 14. DEED OF EXCHANGE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This Deed of Exchange made and entered into by and between: The PROVINCE OF BENGUET, a political subdivision under existing laws of the Republic of the Philippines, with office address at the Provincial Capitol Building, La Trinidad, Benguet, represented by the Honorable Governor Raul M. Molintas, of legal age , married , Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Atab, Tuba, Benguet, hereinafter referred to as the FIRST PARTY: and The HEIRS OF MELECIO PULAS, namely: ROSITA PULAS, surviving spouse and their children GREGORIO PULAS, AMADO PULAS, AQUINO PULAS, EMILY PULAS- MOLTIO, PAULINO PULAS, JOHN PULAS and ARTHUR PULAS, all of legal age, Filipino Citizens, with residence and postal address at Bahong, La Trinidad, Benguet, hereinafter referred to as the SECOND PARTY. WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the Province of Benguet is the owner and present possessor of a parcel of land located at Wangal, La Trinidad, Benguet with an area of FIVE HUNDRED FORTY THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED TWENTY ONE (540,421) SQUARE METERS, more or less, covered by Proclamation No. 2086 dated May 18,1981 and under Tax Declaration No. 23679 covering the whole area:

With our conformity and acceptance: ____________ LANDO CALAS and

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Donations, Deed of Exchange and the Housing Project which the remaining area was revised under Assessment of Real Property No. 94-016-00086 and more particularly bounded as follows: Bounded on the North; by Section 09; on the south by Barangay Puguis; on the East; Barangay Poblacion; and on the West; by Section 13 containing an area of 275,622 square meters located at Wangal, La Trinidad, Benguet. WHEREAS, by virtue of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan Resolution No. 120 dated February 19, 1990, authorizing the Provincial Governor to enter into contract with the land owners affected by the HIRDP project in La Trinidad, Benguet; WHEREAS, the HEIRS OF MELECIO PULAS being the surviving spouse and the children are the true and present possessor of a certain parcel of land covered and embraced by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T301267 and more particularly describe as follows, to wit: A parcel of land (lot 1, Psd-1-04889, being a portion of Fp6936 L.R.C. REC. No.____) situated in the Bo. Alapang, Mun. of La Trinidad, Province of Benguet, Island of Luzon. Bounded on the NW. along line 1-2 by property claimed by Doklang; on the N. along line 2-3 by public land; on the E. along line 3-4 by property claimed by Ogues; on the S., & SW., along lines 45-6-7-1 by Lot 2, Psd-1-04889. Beginning at a point marked 1 on Lot 1, on plan, being N. 20 deg. 52E., 377.60 m. from BLBM No. 1, Bo. Alapang, La Trinidad, Benguet thence N. 19 deg., 38 E., 53.76 m. to point 2; thence S. 82 deg., 41 E., 115.00 m. to point 3; thence S. 18 deg., 37 W., 86.94 m. to point 4; thence S. 81 deg., 14 W., 19.95 m. to point 5; thence N. 59 deg., 20 W., 21.19 m. to point 6; thence N. 21 deg., 53 W., 29.18 m. to point 7; thence N. 78 deg., 14 W., 56.73 m. to point of beginning, containing an area of SEVEN THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND EIGHTY FIVE (7,885) SQUARE METERS. All points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground as follows: points 1 & 2

by Old Stake, point 3 by Old drill hole in large rock, point 4 by Old BL cyl. Conc. Mons. (15 x 60 cm.) and the rest by P.S. cyl. conc. mons. (15 x 60 cm.); bearing true date of original survey on December 1916; date of subdivision survey on Nov. 10, 1980 and approved on Feb. 9 1982. Tax Declaration No. 3356 in the name of Marcela Ogas, containing an area of 7,700 square meters located at Alapang, La Trinidad, Benguet. Bounded on the North by Property of Ogales; on the South by Takio Balictan and Ogues Tolingan; on the East by Pacdal River; and on the West by Faustino Balanban and Road. Which properties are registered in the Register of Deeds and the recorded in the Office of the Provincial Assessor of Benguet; WHEREAS, an Affidavit executed by Marcela Ogas stating therein that their disputes over a portion of her property containing an area of ONE HUNDRED SIXTY SIX (166) SQUARE METERS as encroached by Mr. Melecio Pulas was amicably settled through a Deed of Exchange entered in the Notorial Registry of Atty. Ma. Inglay Capuyan-Fokno on May 5,1994 identified as Doc. No. 666; Page No. 53; Book No. 06; Series of 1994; WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY, being the implementing agency of the project, HIGHLAND INTEGRATED RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (HIRDP), needs FOUR HUNDRED FIFTY SIX (456) SQUARE METERS of the above-described property of the SECOND PARTY to which a road was constructed; WHEREAS, both PARTIES hereto have agreed to exchange a portion of their respective properties covering an area of FOUR HUNDRED FIFTY SIX (456) SQUARE METERS from the abovedescribed property of both parties, which are free from all liens and encumbrances of whatever kind and nature; WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY thus hereby CEDE, TRANSFER, DELIVER and CONVEY unto the SECOND PARTY a

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FOUR HUNDRED FIFTY SIX (456) SQUARE METERS portion of its property located in Wangal, La Trinidad, Benguet as afore-described (A copy of the sketch plan of the aforementioned property is hereto attached as ANNEX A). LIKEWISE, the SECOND PARTY, hereby simultaneously CEDE, TRANSFER, DELIVER and CONVEY unto the FIRST PARTY a FOUR HUNDRED FIFTY SIX (456) SQUARE METERS portion of their aforementioned property; WHEREAS, the PARTIES hereby agree that this Deed shall be annotated in the title and tax declaration of their respective properties; WHEREAS, the PARTIES herein do hereby warrant that their respective properties subject of this Deed of Exchange are free against any claim from third person of whatever kind and nature; WHEREAS, the provisions of Art. 1623 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines has been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the PARTIES have hereunto affixed their signatures this ____ day of ______________ 2002 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. THE PROVINCE OF BENGUET (First Party) Represented by ________________________________ HON. GOV. RAUL M. MOLINTAS Province of Benguet ________________________ HEIRS OF MELECIO PULAS (Second Party) _______________ __________________ _______________ ROSITA PULAS GREGORIO PULAS AMADO PULAS
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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _______________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 15. DEED OF UNDERTAKING KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This Deed of Undertaking entered into by and between: GEORGE OGUES, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Nangalisan, Tuba, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the FIRST PARTY; and KERWIN FELIPE, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen, with residence at MC-031 Ampasit Road, Wangal, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the SECOND PARTY; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY is the owner of a parcel of land situated in Ampasit Road, Wangal, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines with an area of TWO HUNDRED (200) SQUARE METERS, more or less;

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WHEREAS, the SECOND PARTY is the occupant of a residential building with a portion of the said building having occupied a SEVENTEEN SQUARE METERS portion of the aforementioned land of the FIRST PARTY; WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY hereby agrees to lease the SEVENTEEN SQUARE METERS portion to the SECOND PARTY under the following TERMS AND CONDITIONS, to wit:

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the PARTIES have hereunto affixed their signatures this 7th day of November 2001 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. _________________ ________________ GEORGE OGUES KERWIN FELIPE First Party Second Party
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The monthly rental shall be FIVE HUNDRED (P500.00) PESOS, Philippine Currency per month, which shall be paid every THREE (3) months commencing from the time the FIRST PARTY shall have acquired the TAX DECLARATION over the aforementioned parcel of land in his name without necessity of demand. Default in the payment of two quarterly rental shall be a sufficient cause for the automatic cancellation of this undertaking; The SECOND PARTY shall not sub-lease the premises leased or otherwise assign or transfer his rights therein without the written consent of the FIRST PARTY. The SECOND PARTY is also prohibited to transfer possession of the premises by Special Power of Attorney to any Third Person; Should the leased premises suffer any damage through the fault of the SECOND PARTY, the SECOND PARTY shall bear all such damages; The FIRST PARTY shall have the right to terminate this contract at any time provided that he shall notify the SECOND PARTY at least one month of his intention to terminate the same, while the SECOND PARTY shall surrender the premises to the FIRST PARTY free from any occupants and in the condition that it was at the beginning of the undertaking; Any violation by any of the PARTIES of the terms and conditions of this contract shall constitute a ground for extra judicial cancellation of this contract;

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: __________________________and________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 16. DEED OF SALE OF FRANCHISE OF A PUBLIC UTILITY VEHICLE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That I , FREDO AQUISIO, of legal age, married , Filipino Citizen with residence and postal address at Bangao, Buguias, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDOR, for and in consideration of the amount of ___________________________________________ (Php. ______________________) PESOS, Philippine currency and other valuable considerations, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged from RACHEL BADUA, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Mankayan, Benguet, Philippines and herein referred to as the VENDEE, hereby SELL, TRANSFER AND CONVEY, and by these presents have SOLD, TRANSFERRED AND CONVEYED unto said VENDEE that FRANCHISE OF A PUBLIC UTILITY VEHICLE which is more particularly described as follows: Certificate of Public Convenience to operate a VEHICLE FOR HIRE on the line LEPANTO, MANKAYAN TO ANY POINT IN THE PROVINCE OF BENGUET, MT. PROVINCE, BUGUIAS, MT. TRAIL, EXCEPT BLIST (Baguio City, La Trinidad, Itogon, Sablan and Tuba) and vice versa Bearing Case No. 200101-2226/2004-BAG-CAR-1296.

WHEREAS, this UNDETAKING shall be binding to both PARTIES, their heirs and assigns;

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Of which I am the absolute owner. I hereby warrant that the above-described franchise is free from any lien or encumbrance and that I will defend the title and rights of the VENDEE from any claims of whatever kind or nature from third persons. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereunto affixed our signatures this ______________ in _____________________. _________________ ________________ FREDO AQUISIO RACHEL BADUA Vendor Vendee
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Make: TOYOTA Model: 1995 Motor No. 2E2877397 Color: WHITE

Type: SEDAN Plate No. AYD-767 Chassis No. EE100 9551906 File No. 132800000061429

Including that franchise/Certificate of Public Convenience to operate a TAXI Service with case no. 99-01-2064 plying the route BAGUIO CITY TO ANY POINT IN CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION which is valid up to December 31, 2007. Of which I am the absolute owner. I hereby warrant that the above-described motor vehicle and Certificate of Public Convenience are free from any lien or encumbrance except that which appears in the Certificate of Registration, if any, and that we will defend the title and rights of the VENDEE from any claims of whatever kind or nature from third persons. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto affixed our signatures this 12th day of July 2007 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. ______________________ RAYMOND L. RAMOS Vendor
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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _________________ and ________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 17. DEED OF SALE OF MOTOR VEHICLE WITH FRANCHISE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That I, RAYMOND L. RAMOS, of legal age, married, Filipino citizen, and a resident of Km. 7 Dontogan. Green Valley, Baguio City, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDOR, for and in consideration of the amount of ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY THOUSAND (Php.170,000.00) PESOS, Philippine currency and receipt of which is hereby acknowledged from JAMES A. CUYASEN, likewise of legal age, Filipino citizen, single, with residence and postal address at Buyagan, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDEE, hereby SELL, TRANSFER AND CONVEY, and by these presents have SOLD, TRANSFERRED AND CONVEYED unto said VENDEE that motor vehicle herein described as follows:

_________________ JAMES CUYASEN Vendee


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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ___________________________ ___________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 18. DEED OF SALE OF HEAVY EQUIPMENT

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KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: I, DAVID A. ALMORA, Jr., of legal age, Filipino citizen, with residence and postal address at Bua, Tuding, Itogon, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDOR, for and in consideration of the amount of ONE HUNDRED TWENTY THOUSAND (Php.120,000.00) PESOS, Philippine currency and other valuable consideration, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged from DANNY M. DASEP, likewise of legal age, Filipino Citizen and with residence and postal address at Adaoay, Kabayan, Benguet Philippines and herein referred to as the VENDEE, hereby SELL, TRANSFER AND CONVEY, and by these presents have SOLD, TRANSFERRED AND CONVEYED unto said VENDEE One (1) Unit Heavy Equipment which is more particularly described as follows: MAKE: KOMATSU BACKHOE MODEL: PC60-2 FRAME SERIAL No. : 16293 ENGINE No. : 4D94-3 SERIAL NO. : 60869 Of which I am the absolute owner. I hereby warrant that the above-described Heavy Equipment is free from any lien or encumbrance and that I will defend the title of the VENDEE from any claims of whatever kind or nature from third persons. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have hereunto affixed our signatures this 29thday October 2004 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. ______________________ DAVID A. ALMORA, Jr. Vendor
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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _____________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 19. DEED OF CONDITIONAL SALE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This Conditional Deed of Sale made and entered into by and between: LOUIE CLAIRE S. SANTIAGO, of legal age, married, and a resident of No. A-16 Poblacion, La Trinidad, Benguet, herein referred to as the VENDOR; and CORAZON PARAAN, likewise of legal age, married with residence and postal address at No. 3 Dominican Hill, Baguio City and herein referred to as the VENDEE; WHEREAS, for and in consideration of the amount of NINETEEN THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED (Php 19,200.00) PESOS, Philippine currency and other valuable considerations, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged from the VENDEE, the VENDOR hereby SELLS, TRANSFERS AND CONVEYS, and by these presents have SOLD, TRANSFERRED AND CONVEYED unto said VENDEE the following: a. DIP FRIER (23 x 18 x 30 in.); b. BURGER GRIDLE (21 x 18 x 5 in. manually operated); and c. SHOW CASE (23 x27 x 38 in.); Of which the VENDOR is the absolute owner;

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WHEREAS, it is hereby agreed that the VENDEE shall pay to the VENDOR the above-mentioned equipment under the following terms and conditions, to wit: a. The purchase price must be paid in full within THIRTY FIVE (35) DAYS or within ONE (1) MONTH and FIVE (5) DAYS from the date of execution of this contract; b. The VENDEE shall pay a daily payment in the amount of FIVE HUNDRED FIFTY (Php. 550.00) PESOS starting from the date of execution of this contract; c. Should the VENDEE fail to give the daily payment she shall be liable to pay an additional amount of TEN (10) PERCENT of the daily payment; d. Should the VENDEE fail to pay FIFTY (50) PERCENT of the purchase price within SEVENTEEN (17) DAYS all advance payments made shall be converted as daily rental for the said equipment and the VENDOR is authorized to automatically pull out the said equipment; and e. In case the VENDEE fails to pay the said fifty percent or the full purchase price, she must voluntarily return and surrender the said equipment to the VENDOR at her own expense and free from any damage whatsoever; WHEREAS, any violation of the foregoing terms and conditions shall automatically rescind this contract and any party who violates the same shall be liable for damages; WHEREAS, the VENDOR hereby warrants that the above-described Equipment are free from any lien or encumbrance and that he will defend the title and rights of the VENDEE from any claims of whatever kind or nature from third persons. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this ______ day of September 2003 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. __________________________ _____________________ UC College of Law

LOUIE CLAIRE SANTIAGO Vendor Vendee


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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 20. DEED OF SALE OF MOTORVEHICLE ENGINE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That I, SONNY MARANES., of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen and a resident of Beckel, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDOR, for and in consideration of the amount of TEN THOUSAND (Php. 10,000.00) PESOS, Philippine currency and other valuable considerations, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged from PILATO OLANGCAY, likewise of legal age, married, with residence and postal address at La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines and herein referred to as the VENDEE, hereby SELL, TRANSFER AND CONVEY, and by these presents have SOLD, TRANSFERRED AND CONVEYED unto the said VENDEE that motor-vehicle engine herein described as follows: MOTOR ENGINE NO. 303148 CR No. 07775043 Type/Make. Engine only FUEL: Diesel. No. of Cyl.: 04 Of which I am the absolute owner. I hereby warrant that the above-described motor engine is free from any lien or encumbrance and that I will defend the title and rights of the VENDEE from any claims of whatever kind or nature from third persons.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto affixed our signatures this _________________ in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. __________________ SONNY MARANES Vendor _____________________ PILATO OLANGCAY Vendee

WHEREAS, the herein VENDOR, is the absolute owner of a motor vehicle by virtue of that Deed of Donation of a Motor Vehicle dated February 7, 2007 entered in the Notarial Registry of Atty. Ma. Inglay Capuyan-Fokno as Document No. 51, Page No. 33, Book No. 32, Series of 2007 which is more particularly described as follows, to wit: MOTORVEHICLE Make: Isuzu 6RB1 Model: Motor No. 6RB1113166 Color: white/red Type: Cargo w/ stakebody Plate No. ULM 523 Chassis No. CYM502000001 File No. 1312-11292

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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ___________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 21. ABSOLUTE DEED OF SALE OF MOTOR VEHICLE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This DEED of ABSOLUTE SALE of MOTOR VEHICLE made and executed by and between: PETER CAMPO, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen, and a resident of I.D 36, Betag, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDOR; and JOVITO ARINOS, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen, and a resident of Pucsusan, Minesview, Baguio, City, Philippines, herein referred to as the VENDEE; WITNESSETH:

The VENDOR hereby warrants that the above-described motor vehicle is free from any, defects, lien or encumbrance and that he will defend the title and rights of the VENDEE from any claims of whatever kind or nature from third persons. WHEREAS, for and in consideration of the mutual agreement, covenant and understanding, the VENDOR herein by these presents, do hereby offer, as he did hereby offered, for sale the abovedescribed motor vehicle in the amount of FOUR HINDRED THIRTY THOUSAND (Php. 430,000.00) PESOS paid in hand by the VENDEE; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this 10th day of November 2007 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. _______________ PETER CAMPO Vendor ________________ JOVITO ARINOS Vendee

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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ____________________ and ______________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 22. DEED OF REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE OF AN UNREGISTERED LAND WITH BUILDING KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This REAL executed by: ESTATE MORTGAGE OF A REGISTERED LAND

EAST: 058 WEST: 026 LOCATION: Shilan, La Trinidad, Benguet AREA: 300 Sq.m. ASSESSED VALUE: P10, 260.00 DECLARATION OF REAL PROPERTY with ARP No. 99-014-02215 NORTH: Building Only SOUTH: EAST: WEST: LOCATION: Shilan, La Trinidad, Benguet AREA: 108 Sq.m. STOREY: 3 Storeys MARKET VALUE: P1, 534,140.00 ASSESSED VALUE: P 536,950.00 This MORTGAGE is constituted under the following conditions: a. The MORTGAGOR hereby acknowledges the receipt of the principal loan in the amount of P4, 500,000.00; b. The MORTGAGOR hereby promises and undertakes to pay the principal loan of P4, 500,000.00 within TWO (2) YEARS from September 21, 2006; c. The MORTGAGOR likewise promises to pay the agreed monthly interest of THREE (3%) PERCENT from the signing of contract until the said loan shall have been fully paid and satisfied d. The MORTGAGOR shall pay all expenses in connection with this mortgage, and all other fees and documentary stamps required by law for its registration, as well as other documents related herewith; e. The MORTGAGOR hereby asserts that all real property taxes and assessments on the property mortgaged up to the current year have been paid. He binds himself to pay promptly the taxes due on the property mortgaged; f. The MORTGAGOR shall neither lease the mortgaged property nor dispose of or sell the same in any manner, without first securing the written consent of the MORTGAGEE; g. The MORTGAGOR hereby submits to the jurisdiction of the proper COURT of La Trinidad, Benguet in the event of litigation in connection herewith including foreclosure of this mortgage;

LEILA SAGUID, married to Henry Saguid, both of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Km. 10, Shilan, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the MORTGAGOR, In favor of JUMAYDE PAAYAS, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Tawang, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the MORTGAGEE, WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, for and in consideration of a loan obtained by the MORTGAGOR from the MORTGAGEE in the sum of FOUR MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND (Php. 4,500,000.00) PESOS, Philippine Currency, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged to the full satisfaction of the MORTGAGOR, the MORTGAGOR hereby freely and voluntarily CEDE, TRANSFER and CONVEY by way of mortgage unto the MORTGAGEE, his heirs, successors and assigns, that parcel of land and residential building erected thereon, registered in the name of the MORTGAGOR and more particularly described as follows: DECLARATION OF REAL PROPERTY with ARP No. 99-014-02216 NORTH: 054 SOUTH: 056 UC College of Law

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h. If at any time the MORTGAGOR shall fail or refuse to pay the obligation herein secured when due, or to comply with any of the conditions and stipulations herein agreed, or shall, during the time this mortgage is in force, institute insolvency proceedings or be involuntarily declared insolvent, or if the mortgage cannot be recorded in the corresponding Registry of Deeds or Assessors Office, then the obligation of the MORTGAGOR secured by this Mortgage including all interest due and any and all unpaid amount or portion thereof shall immediately become due, payable and defaulted and the MORTGAGEE or her successors or assigns may immediately demand payment of the total obligation. It is hereby agreed that the MORTGAGOR may foreclose this mortgage under ACT 3135, as amended, and in such event, the auction sale shall be held in La Trinidad, Benguet. For the purpose of extra-judicial foreclosure, the MORTGAGOR hereby constitute and appoint the MORTGAGEE or his successors as her attorney-in-fact to sell the properties mortgaged including all improvements existing thereon, to sign all documents, receive, receipt for and accept all monies or checks, and to perform any act requisite and necessary to accomplish said purpose; i. The MORTGAGOR warrants that the above-described mortgaged property is free from any liens and/or encumbrances of whatever kind and nature; j. The parties hereby agree that this mortgage shall be registered under ACT 3344; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this 21st day of September 2006 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. _______________ ___________________ LEILA SAGUID JUMAYDI PAAYAS Mortgagor Mortgagee
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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _____________________and _______________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 23. DEED OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This CHATTEL MORTGAGE executed by Mr. EDSON M. SIMEON, of legal age, married to ____________________, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at No. 362 Cruz, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines and hereinafter referred to as MORTGAGOR, in favor of SANDY BASILIO, of legal age, married, with postal address at Cruz, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, hereinafter referred to as the MORTGAGEE. WITNESSETH: That for and in consideration of a loan obtained by the MORTGAGOR from the MORTGAGEE in the sum of ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND (P 100,000.00) PESOS, Philippine Currency, with an interest of TWO ( 2 ) PERCENT MONTHLY, and to secure the payment of the same, the MORTGAGOR hereby freely and voluntarily CEDE, TRANSFER, AND CONVEY by way of mortgage unto the MORTGAGEE, her successors and assigns, that motor vehicle which is more particularly described as follows, to wit: Make: ISUZU Type: ALUMINUM VAN Motor No.: 6BB1-617774 Serial/Chassis: SBR372-3074236 Plate No. PFR 866 File No. 1328-00000012963

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The MORTGAGOR hereby warrants that the above-described motor vehicle is free from any claim whatsoever, except that which appears in the Certificate of Registration, if any. The MORTGAGEE with notice to the MORTGAGOR, reserves the right to sell, cede, transfer, assign or convey to any person or entity its right and interest in and to this chattel mortgage so long as the same is subsisting. For the purpose of extra-judicial foreclosure, the MORTGAGOR hereby constitute and appoint the MORTGAGEE or his successors to sell the property mortgaged, to sign all documents, receive, receipt for and accept all monies or checks, and to perform any act requisite and necessary to accomplish said purpose. This Chattel Mortgage shall be for a period of THREE (3) MONTHS to be reckoned from the date of its execution and shall be renewable upon the mutual consent of both parties. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the PARTIES have hereunto affixed their signatures this ____ day of ______________ in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. _________________ _________________ SANDY BASILIO EDSON SIMEON Mortgagee Mortgagor
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thereof and for no other and that the same is just and valid obligation and not one entered into for purposes of fraud. ________________ ________________ EDSON SIMEON SANDY BASILIO Mortgagor Mortgagee ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 24. CONFIRMATORY REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This CONFIRMATORY REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE, made and executed by and between: JUDITH KIOS, married to Luis Kios, Jr., both of legal age, Filipino Citizen, and a resident of Km. 4, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the FIRST PARTY; and NIEVES A. ADAWAN, married to Doming Adawan, both of legal age, , Filipino Citizen and resident of Km. 4, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the SECOND PARTY; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, sometime on January 27, 2005, the FIRST PARTY and the SECOND PARTY executed a DEED denominated as REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE entered in the notarial registry of Noel G. Ngolob as Doc. No. 277: Page No. 56: Book No. XVIII: Series of 2005 with the FIRST PARTY as the MORTGAGOR and the SECOND PARTY as the MORTGAGEE. A copy of the aforementioned deed is hereto attached as ANNEX A and made part hereof; WHEREAS, at the time of the said mortgage the subject was a TWO HUNDRED SEVENTY SIX (276) SQUARE METERS of the said property of

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _________________________ and ________________________ AFFIDAVIT OF GOOD FAITH We, EDSON SIMEON, Mortgagor, and SANDY BASILIO , Mortgagee, under oath, do hereby swear that the foregoing mortgage is made for purposes of security of the obligation specified in the promissory note

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the FIRST PARTY covered by TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE No. T39305. A copy of the said title is hereto attached as ANNEX B; WHEREAS, before the SECOND PARTY could register the said deed, Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-39305 was cancelled by virtue of a Partition Agreement dated March 4, 2005 executed before the undersigned notary public and entered in her notarial registry as Doc: 836; Page No. 11; Book No. IX; Series of 2005; WHEREAS, as a consequence of the said Partition Agreement, Transfer Certificate of Title No. 57354 was issued which now covers the reduced area of TWO HUNDRED TWENTY (220) SQUARE METERS; WHEREAS, the PARTIES are executing this document to confirm and affirm the existence and validity of the above mentioned REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE hereto attached as ANNEX A and for the purpose of registering and cause the annotation of the same on Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-57354 registered in the name of the FIRST PARTY and on file with the Office of the Register of Deeds of Benguet; FINALLY, this contract shall be binding and enforceable upon the heirs, assigns and the successors of the parties herein. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this ______day of April 2005 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. _____________ JUDITH KIOS First Party ____________________ NIEVES A. ADAWAN Second Party

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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _______________________ and __________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 25. PARTITION AGREEMENT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This Partition Agreement entered into by and between: ARTHUR P. BANASEN, of legal age, single, Filipino Citizen with residence and postal address at JB-124 Central Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines and herein referred to as the FIRST PARTY; and WILSON BANASEN married to Sharon R. Banasen, both of legal age, Filipino Citizens and residents of JB-124 Central Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines and herein referred to as the SECOND PARTY; and AMOR B. SEGUNDO married to Ferdinand B. Segundo, both of legal age, Filipino Citizens and residents of JB-124 Central Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines and herein referred to as the THIRD PARTY; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, by virtue of that DEED OF DONATION OF REGISTERED LOT entered in the notarial registry of SHIRLEY JANE MALAYA-NACHOR as Doc. No. 85: Page No. 45: Book No. V: Series of 2006 dated June 14, 2006; the above-named PARTIES are the co-owners of that parcel of land situated at Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet containing an area of THREE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY NINE (379) SQUARE METERS covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-18349 and more particularly described as follows, to wit::

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_____________ LUIS KIOS, Jr. Spouse of FIRST PARTY


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TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE No. T-18349 A parcel of land (Lot 1-F-1-C, Psd-1-06520, being a portion of Lot 1-F-1, Psd1-06067, L.R.C. REC No. _____) situated at Bo. Pico, Mun. of La Trinidad, Prov. of Benguet, Island of Luzon. Bounded on the SW., along line 1-2-3 by Lot 1-D, Psd-1-05141, on the W., N., NE., E, & S., along lines 3-4-5-6-7-8-1 by Lot 1-F1-E, Psd-1-06520. Beginning at a point marked 1 on Lot 1-F-1-C, on plan being N. 37 deg., 48 E., 1478.03 M. from Triangulation Sta. CENTER, La Trinidad, Benguet. Thence N. 16 deg., 57 W., 19.99 m. to point 2; thence S. 77 deg., 11 W., 9.82 m. to point 3; thence N. 8 deg., 51 W., 14.05 m. to point 4; thence N. 74 deg. 19 E., 10.95 m. to point 5; thence S., 42 deg., 10 E., 8.72 m. to point 6, thence S. 22 deg., 24 E., 22.50 m. to point 7l; thence S., 14 deg., 39 E., 4.35 m. to point 8; thence S., 74 deg., 47 W., 8.8 m. to point of beginning, containing an area of THREE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY NINE (379) SQUARE METERS. All points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground as follows: points 4,5,7 & 8 by P.S. Cyl. Conc. Mons. 15 x 60 cm., point 6 by X on stone and the rest by Old P.S. cyl. Conc. mons 15 x 60 cm. bearing true, date of original survey on June 26-27, 1941; date of subdivision survey on July 3, 1982 and approved on Aug. 5, 1982.. WHEREAS, the PARTIES herein caused the subdivision of the aforementioned parcel of land into THREE (3) lots; WHEREAS, by virtue of that Approved Consolidation Subdivision Plan of LOTS 1-F-C-1, 1-F-C-2, 1-F-C-3 Psd-CAR-013970 bearing number Pcs-CAR001126 as prepared for Arthur P. Banasen, et.al., the parties herein hereby Subdivide, Partition and Adjudicate among themselves the aforementioned parcel of land as follows, to wit: -Lot 1-F-C-1, Psd-CAR-013970 with an area of ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN (116) SQUARE METERS shall be adjudicated in favor of AMOR B. SEGUNDO, THIRD PARTY herein. A copy of the Technical Description of Lot 1-F-C-1, Psd-CAR-013970 is hereto attached and made part hereof. - Lot 1-F-C-2, Psd-CAR-013970 with an area of ONE HUNDRED THIRTY SIX (136) SQUARE METERS, shall be adjudicated in favor of ARTHUR P. BANASEN the FIRST PARTY, herein. Copy of the Technical

Description of i Lot 1-F-C-2, Psd-CAR-013970 is hereto attached and made part hereof; and -Lot 1-F-C-3, Psd-CAR-013970 with an area of ONE HUNDRED TWENTY SEVEN (127) SQUARE METERS, shall be adjudicated in favor of WILSON P. BANASEN the FIRST PARTY, herein. Copy of the Technical Description of i Lot 1-F-C-2, Psd-CAR-013970 is hereto attached and made part hereof WHEREAS, the parties hereto hereby request, the Registrar of Deeds of Benguet to issue individual Titles in accordance with this partition agreement and as per the Approved Consolidation Subdivision Plan of LOTS 1-F-C-1, 1-F-C-2, 1-F-C-3 Psd-CAR-013970 bearing number PcsCAR-001126 a copy of which is hereto attached for reference. WHEREAS, the above-described parcel of land is in the possession of the PARTIES herein; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this ____ day of November 2006 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. ______________________ ____________________ ARTHUR P. BANASEN AMOR B. SEGUNDO Co-owner/First Party Co-owner/Third Party CTC. No. 16938451 CTC. No.16913063 Issued on 2-02-06 Issued on 1-23-06 Issued at La Trinidad Issued at La Trinidad ______________________ WILSON P. BANASEN Co-owner/Second Party CTC. No. 16933578 Issued on 1-16-06 Issued at La Trinidad SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _______________________________

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 26. PARTITION AGREEMENT OF A REGISTERED LAND WITH SIMULTANEOUS WAIVER KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This Partition Agreement of Registered Land entered into by and between: ALBINA SMITH-ABELLERA, of legal age, widow, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Datakan, Kapangan, Benguet, Philippines; FILOMINA SMITH-BULAHAO, of legal age, widow, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Datakan, Kapangan, Benguet, Philippines; CARMEN SMITH-PABLO, of legal age, widow, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Datakan, Kapangan, Benguet, Philippines; AUREA SMITH-MONTE, of legal age, married to Fidel Monte, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Datakan, Kapangan, Benguet, Philippines; and AIDA BAWAS-SMITH, of legal age, widow, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Datakan, Kapangan, Benguet, Philippines. WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the above-mentioned parties are the co-owners of that parcel of land situated at Datakan, Kapangan, Benguet, Philippines and covered by TCT No.T-1086 containing an area of FIVE (5) HECTARES by virtue of that Deed of Extrajudicial Settlement of Estate, which was entered in the Notarial Registry of Jose Velasco as Doc. No. 359; Page No. 23; Book No. I; Series of 1959, and more particularly described as follows:

Lot 1 Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-1086Lot 1 Beginning at a point marked 1 on plan F-49403, N. 86-09 E. 2680.24 m. more or less from B.L.L.M. No.1, Mpl. Dist. of Kapangan, Mt. Province, thence N. 48-43 E. 62.05 m. to point 2; N. 67-07 E. 77.72 m. to point 3; N. 64-43 E. 53.70 m. to point 4; S. 46-22 W. 98.84 m. to point 5; N. 89-46 W. 101.27 m. to point 1, point of beginning. With an area of 0.4629 hectare. Point 3 Old G.I.S. in a tree; point 4 Nail in tree; and the rest are B.L. Conc. Mons. Bounded on the North, by property of Severino Malitas and Public Land; on the Southeast and South, by Creek; and on the Northwest, by property of Sudimay. Lot 2 Beginning at a point marked 1 on plan F-49403, N. 86-24 E. 2493.38 m. more or less from B.L.L.M. No. 1, Mpl. Dist. of Kapangan, Mt. Prov., thence N. 50-37 E. 95.96 m. to point 2; S. 50-06 E. 51.70 m. to point 3; S. 46-06 E. 45.31 m. to point 4; S. 34-48 W. 107.07 m. to point 5; S. 58-14 W. 94.21 m. to point 6; N. 26-53 W. 119.52 m. to point 7; S. 8156 W. 48.37 m. to point 8; N. 49-32 W. 32.95 m. to point 9; N. 36-15 E. 21.68 m. to point 10; N. 85-37 E. 105.98 m. to point 1, point of beginning. Containing an area of 2.3318 hectares. Point 2, B.L. on Boulder; points 3,5,6 and 7, Nails in trees; Points 4, 8 and 9, B.L. on Rocks; and the rest are B. L. Conc. Mons. Bounded on the Northeast, by property of Tomas; on the Southeast, by creek; on the Northwest, by properties of Insas and Mariano Casio; and on the Northwest, by Creek. Lot 3 Beginning at a point marked 1 on plan F-49403, N. 85-27 E. 2473.33 m. more or less from B.L.L.M. No. 1, Mpl. Of Kapangan, Mt. Province, thence N. 77-08 E. 222.88 m. to point 2; S. 57-17 W. 182.42 m. to point 3; S. 80-58 W. 62.41 m. to point 4; N. 2-06 W. 58.81 m. to point 1, point of beginning. Containing an area of 0.8726 hectare. Points 1 and 2, Old B.L. Conc. Mons.; and the rest are B.L. Conc. Mons. Bounded on the North, by property of Severino Malitas; on the Southeast, by Creek; on the South, by property of Casio; and on the West, by property of Rosalia Vda. De Pacalso. Bearings true. Declination 1-30 E. Points referred to are marked on plan F-49403,

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Sheet No. 1 Surveyed under authority of Sections 41-43 Act 2874 and in accordance with existing regulations of the Bureau of Lands, by Nemesio Albano, Jr. Surveyor, under the supervision of Gregorio L. Arizabal, Public Land Surveyor, on July 22-25, 1931 and approved on May 20, 1933. Lot 4 Beginning at a point marked 1 on plan F-49403, N. 87-22 E. 2173.10 m. more or less from B.L.L.M. No. 1 Mpl. Dist. of Kapangan, Mt. Province, thence N. 66-42 W. 56.61 m. to point 2; N. 6-19 E. 26.37 m. to point 3; N. 30-15 W. 10. 52 m. to point 4; N. 51-16 E. 19.50 m. to point 5; S. 84-02 E. 17.30 m. to point 6; N. 60-16 E. 36.25 m. to point 7; S. 29-05 m. to point 8; N. 75-58 E. 54.50 m. to point 9; S. 39-03 W. 110.75 m. to point 1, point of beginning. Containing an area of 0.5608 hectare. Point 9, Old X on Rock; and the rest are B.L. Conc. Mons. Bounded on the North by Properties of Da-aya, Sabelo and Insas; on the Southeast, by property of Locloc Serafino; on the Southwest, by property Locloc Serafino; and on the West, by properties of Bagtang and Da-aya. Bearings True. Declination 1-30 E. Points referred to are marked on plan F-49403, Sheet No. 2 Surveyed under authority of Sections 41-43 Act No. 2874 and in accordance with existing regulations of the Bureau of Lands, by Nemesio Albano, Jr. Surveyor, under the supervision of Gregorio L. Arizabal, Public Land Surveyor, on July 22-25, 1931 and approved on May 20, 1933. Lot 5 Beginning at a point marked 1 on plan F-49403, S. 87-13 E. 1943.96 m. more or less from B.L.L.M. No. 1 Mpl. Dist. of Kapangan, thence S. 45-32 m. 9.07 m. to point 2; N. 21-47 E. 7.52 m. to point 3; N. 42-20 W. 8.54 m. to point 4; N. 55-20 W. 11.04 m. to point 5; S. 7329 W. 14.31 m. to point 6; N. 25-01 W. 63.13 m. to point 7; N. 76-11 E. 53.73 m. to point 8; S. 57-07 E. 43.90 m. to point 9; S. 10-26 W. 15.14 m. to point 10; S. 29-35 W. 33.59 m. to point 11; N. 80-74 W. 6.24 m. to point 12; S. 20-46 W. 13.11 m. to point 1, point of beginning. Containing an area of 0.4355 hectare. Pointsnd 9, B.L. Conc. Mons.; and the rest are Old B.L. Conc. Mons. Bounded on the Northwest, by property of Tella; on the Southeast, by properties of

Tella and Laoyan Baporo; on the Southwest, by property of Geraldo Pilpilic; and on the Northwest, by Public Land. Bearings True. Declination 0-21 E. Points referred to are marked on Plan F-49403, Sheet No. 3. Surveyed under authority of sections 41-43 Act No. 2874 and in accordance with existing regulations of the Bureau of Lands, by Teodoro Salanga, Public Land Surveyor, on April 3,1935 and approved on May 4, 1937. Lot 6 Beginning at a point marked 1 on plan 49403, S. 87-14 E. 2624.71 m. more or less from B.L.L.M. No. 1 Mpl. Dist. of Kapangan, thence S. 27-59 E. 95.19 m. to point 2; S. 34-42 E. 9.49 m. to point 3; S. 39-32 w. 36.26 m. to point 4; N. 59-38 W. 26.85 m. to point 5; N. 15-59 W. 77.88 m. to point 6; N. 29-22 E. 36.01 m. to point 1, point of beginning. Containing an area of 0.3910 hectare. Point 4, B.L. on stone; point 5, Old X on Stone; Point 6, Old B.L. Conc. Mon.; and the rest are B.L. Conc. Mons. Bounded on the Northwest, Public Land; on the Southeast, by Public Land; on the Southwest, by property of of Locloc Serafino; and on the Northwest, by property of Vintiria. Bearing true. Declination 0-21 E. Points referred to are marked on plan F-49403, Sheet No. 4. Surveyed under the authority of Section 41-43 Act No. 2874 and in accordance with existing regulations of the Bureau of Lands, by Ricardo R. Quilop, Jr. Surveyor, under the supervision of Gaudencio Fantony, Public Land Surveyor, on April 6, 1936 and approved on May 4, 1937. WHEREAS, the parties have caused the subdivision of the abovedescribed real property into SIX (6) lots as per Subdivision Plan of _______________________ as surveyed for ___________________________ and they have partitioned and adjudicated among themselves the said property and as indicated in Transfer Certificate of Title No. 1086 as follows: LOT 1 with an area of 0.4629 HECTARES shall be adjudicated in favor WHEREAS, the copy of Transfer Certificate of Title No. 1086 is hereto attached and made as integral part hereof;

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WHEREAS, the co-owner ALBINA SMITH-ABELLERA, for and in consideration of her love and affection to her children namely: JOSEPH S. ABELLERA, married to Emilia Dimot, BASILISA S. ABELLERA-KIANG, married to Rogelio Kiang, THEODORE S. ABELLERA, single, LEONARDO S. ABELLERA, Jr., married to Remegia Bautista-Abellera, JOHNSON S. ABELLERA, married to Cynthia Cabradilla-Abellera and ZENAIDA S. ABELLERA, single, all of legal age, Filipino Citizens and all residents of La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, except THEODORE ABELLERA, who is a resident of Kapangan, Benguet, Philippines, do hereby WAIVE, as she hereby WAIVED, pro indiviso, all her rights, share and participation over the said parcel of land to her aforementioned children; WHEREAS, the parties hereby request, the Register of Deeds of Benguet to issue individual Titles in accordance with this partition agreement. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this 31st day of January 2002 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. __________________________ _____________________________ ALBINA SMITH-ABELLERA FILOMINASMITH-BULAHAO Co-owner Co-owner
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_______________________ CARMEN SMITH-PABLO Co-owner


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Form No. 27. LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT CONTRACT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This Livelihood Development Contract entered into by and between: ITOGON INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT, a line organization of the DENR as represented by Atty. Roquesa E. de Castro, with office address at Diego Silang Street, Baguio City, Philippines herein referred to as the FIRST PARTY, and UC College of Law

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UCAB BARANGAY LIVELIHOOD ASSOCIATION as represented by its president, a non-governmental organization, with office address at Ucab, Itogon, Benguet, Philippines referred to as the SECOND PARTY. WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY, a line organization of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), is established to promote the maintenance and sustainability of the Lower Agno Watershed and Forest Reservation and is operating its activities in accordance with DENR policies; WHEREAS, the livelihood component of the FIRST PARTY is made part hereof to enable or to include the community and other sectors in the fulfillment of its sustainability and at the same time implement selected livelihood projects for the vegetation rehabilitation of the denuded forest of the area; WHEREAS, the SECOND PART\Y, a non-government organization has expressed its commitment to the goals of the FIRST PARTY and interest to implement the contract of TIGER GRASS LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT at Ucab, Itogon, Benguet; WHEREAS, in recognition of the interest shown by the SECOND PARTY and the merits of the project proposal it submitted to the FIRST PARTY, the latter has agreed to permit the SECOND PARTY conduct a TIGER GRASS LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT CONTRACT. NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing, the PARTIES have hereto agreed to implement this contract under the following terms and conditions, to wit: 1. OBLIGATIONS OF THE SECOND PARTY:

b. It shall pay the notarial fee/s necessary in this contract. It shall further post performance bond to guarantee faithful performance of the contract which shall be released after the issuance of certificate of acceptance of the contract by the DENR Regional Office; c. It shall disburse contract payments to the proper Livelihood Groups identified in the Activities and Financial Work Plan (attached herein as ANNEX A); d. It shall, together with the personnel of the Livelihood Components of the FIRST PARTY, verify the plantation area identified by the livelihood beneficiary, investigate and monitor the activities necessary for the preparation, implementation and development of the livelihood project subject of this contract; e. Finally, it shall comply with the terms and conditions and office rules and regulations governing this contract as required by the FIRST PARTY. 2. OBLIGATIONS OF THE FIRST PARTY:

a. It shall pay a mobilization cost of FIFTEEN (15%) PERCENT of the total contract cost to the SECOND PARTY in full upon the execution of this contract, provided that the SECOND PARTY had posted the required performance bond. However, in the absence of the performance bond, the FIFTEEN (15) PERCENT mobilization cost shall be disbursed in TWO (2) equal installments, the first upon the execution of this contract and upon submission of a contract of undertaking. The second, upon the completion of the work to be funded out of the first installment, pursuant to the approved work and financial plan; b. It shall periodically monitor/inspect the project site, check and assess the performance and progress of work of the project, and extend technical assistance whenever it deems necessary for the successful implementation of the project; c. It shall cause the speedy inspection/validation of reported accomplishments of the SECOND PARTY in connection with the latters

a. It shall acquire the endorsement of its barangay to enter into this contract for and in behalf the said barangay and to secure accreditation from the Municipality of Itogon;

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progress billings and render decision/action with respect to the release of corresponding payment as expeditiously as possible. Whenever necessary, the SECOND PARTY shall be notified of the inspection/validation by the DENR and its authorized representative(s), who shall be present in the particular area under inspection. Provided however, that the said inspection/validation by the Monitoring and evaluation team shall still proceed even in the absence of the SECOND PARTY or its representative(s), provided further, that such absence is due to the failure of the SECOND PARTY to attend the afore-mentioned inspection/validation despite due notice; d. Finally, it shall pay the SECOND PARTY in accordance with the approved Schedule of Payment attached to lend hereinafter made part of this Contract, less taxes and other deductions, disallowances and deferred payments, which shall be determined by the DENR after evaluating the findings and recommendations of the Inspection/Evaluation team pursuant to the provisions of the DENR 2.2.4 above and pertinent provisions of DENR Administrative Order No. 31, Series of 1991. WHEREAS, this agreement is binding and enforceable as between the parties; WHEREAS, this agreement was entered into freely and voluntarily by and between the parties. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the PARTIES have hereunto affixed their signatures this 1st day of January, 2001, in La Trinidad, Benguet. _______________________________ ATTY. ROQUESA E. De CASTRO _____________________ First Party __________________ Second Party

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Form No. 28. INDEMNITY AGREEMENT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: WHEREAS, BERNARDO SAMPANA AND LYDIA SAMPANA, both died intestate leaving DENISE S. RATERTA, CLARITO R. SAMPANA and HEDILY S. CIUBAL as the only surviving heirs; THAT for the purpose of this contract the said deceased is being represented by one of their surviving heirs DENISE R. SAMPANARATERTA, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen and with residence and postal address at North Sanitary Camp, Baguio City, Philippines; by virtue of that Special Power of Attorney executed by her co-heirs CLARITO R. SAMPANA and HEDILY S. CIUBAL, a copy of which is hereto attached for easy reference. WHEREAS, at the time of the respective deaths of the said deceased, they maintained the following BANK ACCOUNTS: EQUITABLE PCI BANK MAGSAYSAY-BAGUIO CITY BRANCH ACCOUNT NUMBER A 02-000B-00152-CTF-A 111-81584-5 AMOUNT ACCOUNT TYPE CTFPLI

P1, 925,475.70 P1, 076,913.96

EQUITABLE PCI BANK NEW STA. LUCIA EAST BRANCH ACCOUNT NUMBER AMOUNT ACCOUNT TYPE

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1292-06940-1

P14, 550.94

EQUITABLE PCI BANK ABANAO SQUARE MALL BAGUIO CITY BRANCH ACCOUNT NUMBER 1474-00778-9 ACCOUNT 1474-00752-5 ACCOUNT 5474-00045-3 ACCOUNT 02-0402-00307-ctf-b EPCIB FUND 00-0402-00016-ctf-k U.S. DOLLAR FUND AMOUNT P21, 326.33 P10, 851.55 US$2,312.64 P499, 634.55 US$59,573.23 ACCOUNT TYPE PESO SAVINGS PESO SAVINGS

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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 29. CONTRACT OF SERVICES KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This CONTRACT entered into by and between: ENGR. SANTIAGO A. SANTIAGO SR., a licensed Geodetic Engineer in the Philippines, with office address at A-16 Poblacion, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines hereinafter referred to as the SURVEYOR, and CHARLIE PEKAS PENGOSRO, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at #322 Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City, Philippines herein referred to as the CLIENT. WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the CLIENT is the surviving heir of the late ANDRES PENGOSRO who is the owner of that parcel of land situated at Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet with an area of 29, 256 sq.m., more or less and more particularly described in PSU-252483; WHEREAS, the client desires to engage the services of the SURVEYOR and the latter is willing to accordingly extend his technical services to the CLIENT;

DOLLAR SAVINGS

WHEREAS, the surviving heirs of the deceased desire to withdraw the proceeds from the aforementioned accounts. As such, Denise R. Sampana-Raterta has presented/submitted, among others, the original copies of the respective Death Certificates; WHEREAS, pursuant thereto, the surviving heirs, through their representative and co-heir herein, hereby release, discharge and free and further undertake to indemnify, Equitable PCI BANK from any and all liabilities, claims, damages, or other causes of whatever nature that may now exist or hereafter exist, in connection with the release in their favor the deposits left by their deceased parents; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this _____ day _______________ in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. ______________________________ DENISE R. SAMPANA-RATERTA _____________________ _____________

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NOW THEREFORE, the PARTIES have hereunto agreed, as they hereby agree, on the following stipulations for the foregoing purposes, to wit: SCOPE OF SURVEYORS SERVICES: Acting in the interest of the CLIENT, the SURVEYOR shall perform and conduct the following:

g) Perform any other tasks, included, incidental or inherent to the foregoing as maybe mutually agreed upon by both Parties. REPONSIBILITIES OF THE CLIENT The CLIENT shall:

a. b.

a) Re-establishment of lost monuments, if needed, of approved plan bearing number PSU-252483, ground survey, relocation, subdivision and other technical jobs necessary for the establishment of the boundaries;
b) Preparation of (survey) plan indicating relative positions of adverse claimants based on technical descriptions as indicated in the documents, subject, however, to further review;

Furnish all pertinent documents for the proper accomplishment of the services of the SURVEYOR; and Ensure that all surveys are referred to the SURVEYOR, and all fees thereon fully paid and settled. FEES FOR SERVICES The CLIENT bind himself to pay the SURVEYOR a professionals fee in the amount of THIRTY THOUSAND (Php.30, 000.00) PESOS upon the execution of this contract. All services extended by the SURVEYOR during the subsistence of this contract shall be subject to fees to be agreed upon by the parties based on the current GEP Tariff and to be paid 50 % before the surveyor executes the said service and 50 % upon conveyance of the final output; and The CLIENT likewise agree and bind himself to segregate, by a proper Deed or Document, a 200 square meter portion of the parcel of land subject of this contract in favor of the SURVEYOR upon the signing of this contract on the further condition that the CLIENT has the option to choose the location from which the said portion shall be segregated; In connection with the 200 square meters portion mentioned above, the SURVEYOR has requested and the CLIENT has agreed that the proper Deed or Document to be executed upon the signing of this contract shall be in the name of one of the children of the

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Conduct site investigation and issue certifications, if needed, necessary for ongoing and future cases that arises from PSU-252483 concerning matters within the duration of this contract, if any;;

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Testify in court, if necessary and subject to minimal appearance fee, on the correctness and authenticity of the metes and bounds of the area covered by PSU-252843 and other cases incidental thereto, such as but not limited to the subdivision and amendment of the approved plan;; e) To coordinate with the lead counsel on matters requiring legal action or opinion; f) Provide technical advise, assist and help facilitate processes on matters regarding the release of the title or decree, provided that the surveyor will not guarantee, as he cannot guarantee, the release of the said title; and

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SURVEYOR, who as the transferee of such portion is hereby authorized, including his heirs and assigns and the SURVEYOR himself to take possession and make or introduce any and all improvements on the portion mentioned above. GUARANTEE CLAUSE The CLIENT hereby guarantees that he is duly authorized to represent the heirs of Andres Pengosro and/or enter into this contract. The SURVEYOR hereby guarantees that all services subject of this contract shall be duly executed and performed. Provided, however, that the SURVEYOR will not guarantee, as he cannot guarantee, the EXPIDITIOUS, IMMEDIATE and/or FAVORABLE APPROVAL by the proper authorities of said surveys, due to circumstances beyond the control of the SURVEYOR, such as but not limited to, protest by third person/s or third party/ies as the case may be; TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT This contract shall remain in force and effect unless and until both Parties mutually agree in writing to terminate the terms abovementioned; provided however, that either party is furnished one (1) month notice prior to termination. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this _____ day of September 2007 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. ________________________ ___________________________________ CHARLIE P. PENGOSRO ENGR. SANTIAGO A. SANTIAGO, Sr. Client Surveyor
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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _____________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 30. CONTRACT FOR A PIECE OF WORK KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This CONTRACT FOR A PIECE OF WORK entered into by and between: SATURNINA C. MOGUET, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at Maria Pucay Road, Guisad, Baguio City, Philippines herein referred to as the FIRST PARTY, and JONVI T. SERRANO, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at A-18 Poblacion, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines herein referred to as the SECOND PARTY. WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY desires to engage the services of the SECOND PARTY to drill a DEEP WELL at MARIA PUCAY ROAD, GUISAD, BAGUIO CITY and the SECOND PARTY is willing to extend his services to the FIRST PARTY as desired under certain terms and conditions; NOW THEREFORE, the PARTIES have hereunto agreed, as they hereby agree, on the following stipulations for the foregoing purposes, to wit: A. SCOPE OF THE WORK: The SECOND PARTY shall perform the following:

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h) Faithfully and completely furnish to the satisfaction of the FIRST PARTY all necessary labor, tools, supervision and management of the drilling project; i)
Drill a borehole with a depth of at least TWO HUNDRED (200) feet and a diameter of not less than SIX (6) inches;

the other FIFTY (50%) PERCENT shall be paid upon the purchase of the above-mentioned pipes. But in no case shall the FIRST PARTY pay an amount in excess of EIGHTY THOUSAND (Php.80, 000.00) PESOS. Should the contract price of EIGHTY THOUSAND (Php.80, 000.00) PESOS would not suffice for the job contract; the SECOND PARTY hereby obliged himself to shoulder the amount in excess thereof. C. WORK DURATION: It is hereby agreed upon that the SECOND PARTY shall accomplish the drilling job within THIRTY (30) to SIXTY (60) DAYS. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this 3rd day of December 2001 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. _____________________ ________________ SATURNINA C. MOGUET JONVI T. SERRANO First Party Second Party SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ________________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 31. CONTRACT TO SELL KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This CONTRACT TO SELL made and executed by and between: WILSON CAPUYAN, married to Leonarda O. Capuyan, both of legal age, Filipino Citizens, with office address at Nardas Commercial Building, Km. 5, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, herein referred to as the FIRST PARTY;

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Install FOUR (4) inches (diameter) G.I./B.I. pipe casings and perforated/slotted casings; k) Install a gravel pack on the annular space between the borehole wall and the casing;

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Develop the well by surging and bailing, cement grout the annular space between the borehole and the lining from the ground surface to FORTY (40) FEET below/downwards; m) Install the pump and its accessories; and

n) Clean the drilling site upon its completion and demobilize all equipment, tools and/or his personnel. The FIRST PARTY shall pay the total consideration in the amount of EIGHTY THOUSAND (Php.80, 000.00) PESOS which will cover for the following, to wit: a) b) c) B. FOUR (4) INCH DIAMETER G.I./B.I. PIPES: TWO (2) INCH DIAMETER G.I. PIPES: COSTS of LABOR. MODE OF PAYMENT: The FIRST PARTY agreed, as she hereby agrees, to pay to the SECOND PARTY FIFTY (50%) PERCENT of the EIGHTY THOUSAND (Php.80, 000.00) PESOS contract price upon execution of this contract which represents the partial payment and

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and CARMELINA F. OYALES, married, Filipino Citizen, of legal age, with postal address at No. 68 Sto. Tomas st., Quezon City, Philippines herein referred to as the SECOND PARTY; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, by virtue of an authority, the FIRST PARTY hereby enters into a contract to sell with the SECOND PARTY over that parcel of land situated at Alalpang, La Trinidad, Benguet, covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-52919 and particularly described as follows: TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OPF TITLE No. T-52919 A parcel of land (Lot 9, Block 6, Psd-CAR-009561, being a portion of Lot 4, Psu-192324-Amd), situated at Barangay Alapang, Municipality of La Trinidad, Province of Benguet, Island of Island. Bounded on the NW., along line 1-2 by Lot 10, Block 6; and on the NE., along line 2-3 by Lot 19, Block 6; along line 3-4 by Lot 20, Block 6; on the SE., along line 4-5 by Lot 8, Block 6; on the SW., long line 5-1 by Road Lot 2; all of the subdivision plan. Beginning at a point marked 1 on plan being S. 340 deg. 11 W., 545.81 m. from BLBM No. 1 Bo. of Alapang, La Trinidad, Benguet, thence; N. 270 deg. 26 E., 12.51 m. to point 2; S. 620 deg. 32 E., 3.94 m. to point 3; S. 620 deg. 32 E., 4.06 m. to point 4; S. 270 deg. 27 W., 12.50 m. to point 5; N. 620 deg. 32 W., 8.00 m. to point of beginning. Containing an area of ONE HUNDRED (100) 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. 15 x 40 cms. Bearings True; date of Original survey on March 5, 1988; date of subdivision survey on February 8-22, 2002, executed

by Junior Geodetic Engineer Paulino Ballola under the supervision of Engr. Philip P. Piluden and was approved on December 17, 2002. WHEREAS, for and in SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND paid in hand by the SECOND enter into this Contract to Sell consideration of the sum of FOUR HUNDRED (Php. 475,000.00) PESOS, Philippine currency, PARTY, the PARTIES herein hereby voluntarily under the following terms and conditions:

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PAYMENT: a. The SECOND PARTY pays the amount of FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND (Php. 475, 000.00) PESOS upon the signing of the contract; b. All payments shall be made directly to WINACA DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION with office address at Nardas Commercial Center, Km. 5, La Trinidad, Benguet. Unauthorized payment shall not be honored by the FIRST PARTY; PENALTY AND CHARGES a. Any unpaid payment shall be charged a penalty equivalent to TWENTY (20%) PERCENT per annum of the total unpaid balance; RELEASE OF TITLE a. The title to the lot shall be released six (6) to nine (9) months after full payment of the purchase price thereof and that of the agreed consideration in the contract to build a residential house thereon. Capital and documentary stamps shall be at the account of the FIRST PARTY while the Transfer taxes and other related expenses shall be at the account of the SECOND PARTY; DEFAULT PROVISIONS a. If, at any time, the SECOND PARTY fails to pay the balance or scheduled payments within the required period he/she shall be considered in default, and a penalty as provided for

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in item No. 2 hereof shall be charged, and with the option given to the FIRST PARTY to rescind this contract after the expiration of the grace period and all advance payments made shall be forfeited in favor of the latter; b. The provisions herein above-contained shall be without prejudice to the right of the SECOND PARTY to SELL, TRANSFER or CONVEY his/her rights and interests under this contract to qualified party within the grace period allowed and before actual cancellation of this contract, subject, however, to the written consent of the FIRST PARTY; c. Should this contract be cancelled by the SECOND PARTY, the FIRST PARTY shall refund to the former the cash surrender value of the payments on the property equivalent to FIFTY (50%) PERCENT of the total payments made, less all expenses that the latter may have incurred by reason of the execution of the contract, and expenses that may be incurred for repairs on the premises, if any. Refund is also exclusive of payments for insurance premiums, agents commissions, electric and water bills and related expenses, which may have been paid by the FIRST PARTY for and in behalf of the SECOND PARTY, if any. d. Except for the stipulations on the mode of payment and other conditions necessary for the eventual execution of the Deed of Absolute Sale by the FIRST PARTY in favor of the SECOND PARTY, all other stipulations herein are understood to be made part of the DEED which shall be executed upon complete/full payment of the consideration of this contract; WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY warrants that the above-described residential house and lot are free from any lien and/or encumbrance 60 days or less from full payment of the balance; WHEREAS, the provisions of ART. 1623 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines has been complied with;

WHEREAS, this contract shall be binding and enforceable upon his/her heirs, assigns and successors of the parties herein. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto signed this CONTRACT TO SELL this ____________________ in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. _____________________ _______________________ WILSON G. CAPUYAN CARMELINA F. OYALES First Party Second Party CTC. No. 16926913 CTC. No. Issued on 1-4-06 Issued on Issued at La Trinidad, Benguet Issued at SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: __________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 32. CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT entered into by and between: BEST ONE INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AND CONSULTANCY INC., an agency duly existing under Philippine Laws, with office address at Km. 4, La Trinidad, Benguet, herein represented by its General Manager CRISTINA E. MARASIGAN, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with office address at km. 4 La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines herein referred to as the EMPLOYER, and MENZI GRACE L. GASTE, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at ____________________________________, Philippines herein referred to as the EMPLOYEE. WITNESSETH:

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WHEREAS, the EMPLOYER desires to engage the services of the EMPLOYEE as CONTRACTUAL EMPLOYEE at the BEST ONE INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AND CONSULTANCY INC. and the EMPLOYEE is willing to accept, work and extend his services to the EMPLOYER as desired under the following terms and conditions, to wit: D. DESIGNATION: The Employee shall be hired as a CONTRACTUAL OFFICE SECRETARY; E. SALARY: The EMPLOYEE ____________________ . shall be paid a monthly salary of

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures this ___________________________ in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. BEST ONE INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AND CONSULTANCY INC. (Employer) Represented By: __________________________ CRISTINA E. MARASIGAN CTC. No. Issued on Issued at ________________________ MENZI GRACE L. GASTE CTC. No Issued on Issued at

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CONTRACT DURATION: It is hereby agreed that the EMPLOYEE shall be hired as such for a period of SIX (6) MONTHS which shall be renewable upon the mutual consent and agreement of the parties. Provided, however, that upon the expiration of this contract any extension of employment granted to the EMPLOYEE shall not be deemed as automatic renewal and instead should be covered by a separate contract ; Provided, further, that any work extended by the EMPLOYEE after the expiration of this contract and with the consent of the EMPLOYER shall be paid PRO RATA; TERMINATION OF CONTRACT: Either party may pre-terminate this contract, PROVIDED, that the party concerned shall serve written notice to the other of his/her intention to terminate the same at least ONE (1) MONTH prior to the intended termination. PROVIDED, further, that should the EMPLOYEE desires to terminate this contract he/she shall surrender any document or accountability entrusted to him/her in relation to his/her employment.

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _____________________ and _______________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 33. COMPROMISE AGREEMENT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This compromise agreement is entered into by and between: ABELLARDO CORIL, of legal age, Filipino Citizen and a resident of Tuding, Itogon, Benguet, Philippines herein referred to as the FIRST PARTY, and MANUEL AGLASI, of legal age, Filipino Citizen and resident of Buyagan, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines herein referred to as the SECOND PARTY. WITNESSETH:

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WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY is the private complainant in Criminal Case No. R-4633 which is pending before the Municipal Trial Court of La Trinidad and filed against the SECOND PARTY; WHEREAS, the SECOND PARTY and the FIRST PARTY by these presents have decided to enter into an amicable settlement for the aforementioned case/incident; WHEREAS, as per agreement between the parties, the SECOND PARTY will pay to the FIRST PARTY as settlement for the aforementioned case the amount of ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED (P1,500.00) PESOS representing the actual damage caused to the property of the FIRST PARTY; WHEREAS, in view of the foregoing and upon the serious consideration of the surrounding circumstances that led to the aforementioned incident, after the FULL payment of the afore-mentioned amount, the FIRST PARTY is no longer interested to pursue nor testify on the above-mentioned case; WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY is forever waiving all claims, criminal or civil, and thus hereby discharging the SECOND PARTY of any and all liability, anent the aforementioned accident; WHEREAS, the PARTIES entered into this agreement freely, voluntarily and without anyone coercing or influencing them and are fully aware of the consequences of their act and deed; WHEREAS, this agreement is binding and enforceable as between the parties, their heirs and/or assigns and any violation of the terms and conditions set forth herein shall be a ground for the automatic cancellation of this agreement and shall subject the culpable party to any appropriate court action; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the PARTIES have hereunto affixed their signatures this ______day of December 2002 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. ____________________ _________________

ABELLARDO CORIL First Party

MANUEL AGLAS Second Party

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: __________________________ and ________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 34. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This Agreement made and executed by: JOSEPHINE S. SAINGAN, of legal age, Filipino, widow and with residence and postal address at 40 Suello Village, Marcos Highway, Baguio City hereinafter referred as the FIRST PARTY; and JANE DE LA CRUZ, of legal age, married, Filipino, and with postal address at Km. 6, La Trinidad, Benguet, hereinafter referred as the SECOND PARTY; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the SECOND PARTY is indebted to the FIRST PARTY in the principal amount of ONE HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS (Php 150, 000.00) as of November 22, 1996 receipt of which is already acknowledge by the SECOND PARTY by virtue of that MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT executed on seventeenth (17th) day of April 1997 which loan remains unpaid; WHEREAS, the same amount had already accumulated into FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY ONE and THIRTY THREE CENTAVOS (Php 500, 721.33) inclusive of interest and penalties at the rate of twenty six percent (26%) and five percent (5%) per annum

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respectively as of October 28, 2007 and the amount of interest is also increasing at the time of execution of this agreement; WHEAREAS, the SECOND PARTY hereby agrees to pay the said loan inclusive of interests and penalties in favor of the FIRST PARTY herein and the latter likewise agrees to accept the same, under the following terms and conditions, to wit: 1. The SECOND PARTY hereby acknowledge the loan obligation in the aforementioned MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT is still subsisting in the principal amount of ONE HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND (Php 150, 000.00) plus the accumulated interest and penalties which now has the total amount of FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY ONE and THIRTY THREE CENTAVOS (Php 500, 721.33) wherein said amount shall be paid on or before August 14, 2008; 2. The SECOND PARTY shall pay the total amount of the loan in nine (9) equal monthly installments in the amount of FIFTY FIVE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED TWENTY FOUR and FIFTEEN CENTAVOS (Php 55, 624.15) commencing in the month of January 2008 up to August 14, 2008 with the single payment in the last month in the amount of ONE HUNDRED FOUR THOUSAND PESOS (Php 104, 000.00); 3. Finally, both parties hereby agree to mutually comply in good faith with all the terms and conditions of this agreement. THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE ENFORCEABLE AND BINDING TO PARTIES HEREIN, THEIR HEIRS AND ASSIGNS. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto signed this agreement this _____ day of __________ 2008 in La Trinidad Benguet, Philippines. ________________________ _________________ JOSEPHINE S. SAINGAN JANE DE LA CRUZ First Party Second Party

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SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ____________________ and _______________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 35. AGREEMENT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This agreement entered into by and between: JASON G. TIDO, of legal age, Filipino citizens, with residence at Buguias, Benguet, herein referred to as the FIRST PARTY; and LOURDES TELIAKEN, of legal age, Filipino Citizen with residence at New Lucban, Baguio City, Philippines, herein referred to as the SECOND PARTY; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY is the registered owner of that TEN WHEELER TRUCK bearing plate number UMM-426 while the SECOND PARTY is a businesswoman duly authorized to haul scrap materials from the Benguet Corporation, Balatoc, Itogon, Benguet; WHEREAS, the SECOND PARTY hereby leased from the FIRST PARTY the aforementioned truck to haul scrap materials owned by Benguet Corporation from the Balatoc Mines starting on April 1, 2006 up to June 20, 2006 and the latter on the other hand agreed to lease out the same to the former;

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WHEREAS, this agreement was entered into freely and voluntarily by and between the parties and that they shall faithfully and religiously comply with the terms hereof. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the PARTIES have hereunto affixed their signatures this _____day of ________ 2006 in ____________________, Philippines. _______________ _____________________ JASON G. TIDO LOURDES TELIAKEN First Party Second Party SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ____________________ and _______________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 36. CONTRACT OF SUB-LEASE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This Contract of Sub-Lease made and entered into by and between: REYNALDO LACAMEN, of legal age, married, Filipino and with residence and postal address Pico, Bayabas, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines hereinafter referred to as the SUB-LESSOR; and FILICIDAD LIMOS, of legal age, married, Filipino and with residence and postal address at Tuding, Itogon, Benguet, Philippines, herein after referred to as the SUB-LESSEE; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the SUB-LESSOR is the LESSEE of that business establishment located at Betag La Trinidad, Benguet;

WHEREAS, the SUBLESSOR hereby SUBLEASES that building situated at Km. 6 La Trinidad, Benguet and owned by JOHN CARLING, including the FIVE (5) BILLIARD/POOL TABLE therein, unto the SUBLESSEE; NOW THEREFORE, the parties have agreed on this contract under the following terms and conditions, to wit: TERM OF SUB-LEASE- TWO (2) YEARS which shall commence and be effective upon the signing of this contract and shall be renewable upon mutual consent of the parties; RENTAL- The SUB-LESSEE shall pay to the SUB-LESSOR for the use and occupancy of the said stall the amount of THIRTY THOUSAND (P30, 000.00) PESOS per month payable on or before the 1st day of each calendar month during the entire duration of this contract. The SUB-LESSEE however shall deposit SIXTY THOUSAND (Php. 60,000.00) PESOS upon the singing of this document. The said deposit however, shall be applied to the last two months of this contract should the term be completed; SUB-LEASE- The SUB-LESSEE is not allowed under any circumstances to re-sublease the said portion; ADVANCE NOTICE TO VACATE- The SUB-LESSEE shall give the SUB-LESSOR thirty days written notice in advance of his intention to vacate the premises before the expiration of the term; MAINTENANCE-The SUB-LESSEE shall have the obligation to maintain in good condition the aforementioned billiard tables including the premises of the leased building. Provided, that any damages to the said billiard tables and the leased premises during the subsistence of this contract until its termination shall be for the account of the SUB-LESSEE and the latter shall be obliged to cause the repair of the damage, if any; IMPROVEMENTS- the SUB-LESSEE is allowed to introduce improvements in the said leased premises with the condition that it will not alter the purpose for which the said premises was leased and the SUB-

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LESSEE shall not remove any improvement introduced thereon after the termination of this contract; BREACH OR DEFAULT- Should the SUB-LESSEE violate any of the foregoing terms and conditions, the SUB-LESSOR shall have the right to terminate and cancel this contract extra-judicially and the latter may then exclude the former from the premises and shall not be liable to reimburse the SIXTY THOUSAND (Php.60,000.00) PESOS DEPOSIT; MUNICIPAL SERVICES- the SUB-LESSEE shall be responsible for the payment of all municipal services, such as but not limited to, water and electrical bills, and that upon the termination of this contract she will surrender the leased premises free from all unpaid bills, whatsoever; WHEREAS, this lease contract shall be binding to the PARTIES, their heirs and assigns and shall be faithfully complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have affixed their signatures this _____ day of August 2006 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. _______________________ ______________________ REYNALDO LACAMEN FILICIDAD M. LIMOS Sub-lessor Sub-lessee CTC. No16931401 CTC No. 16897428 Issued on 1-10-06 Issued on 1-19-06 Issued at La Trinidad, Beng. Issued at Itogon, Benguet SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: __________________________and ________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 37. RESIDENTIAL HOUSE LEASE AGREEMENT This Residential House Lease Agreement is made and effective this January 1, 2001 by and between:

A, of legal age, single, Filipino with residence at 34 Loakan Rd., Baguio City herein referred to as the LANDLORD: and B, of legal age,single, Filipino citizen with residence at 45 Loakan Rd., Baguio City,herein r to as the TENANT. WITNESSETH: This contract is constituted under the following terms and conditions, to wit: 1. PREMISES. Landlord hereby rents to Tenant and Tenant accepts in its present condition the house at following 34 Loakan Rd., Baguio City address (the "House"). 2. TERM. The term of this Lease shall start on January 1, 2001, and end on the January 2, 2009. In the event that Landlord is unable to provide the House on the exact start date, then Landlord shall provide the House as soon as possible, and Tenant's obligation to pay rent shall abate during such period. Tenant shall not be entitled to any other remedy for any delay in providing the House. 3. RENT. Tenant agrees to pay, without demand, to Landlord as rent for the House the (P4, 000.00)sum in advance on FOUR THOUSAND PESOS, PHILIPPINE CURRENCY the first day of each calendar month, at the resident of the landlord, or at such other place as Landlord may designate. Landlord may impose a late payment charge of FIVE PESOS, PHILIPPINE CURRENCY (P5.00) per day for any amount that is more than five (5) days late. Rent will be prorated if the term does not start on the first day of the month or for any other partial month of the term.

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4. SECURITY DEPOSIT Upon execution of this Lease, Tenant deposits with Landlord TWO THOUSAND PESOS, PHILIPPINE CURRENCY, (P2000.00), as security for the performance by Tenant of the terms of this Lease to be returned to Tenant, without interest, following the full and faithful performance by Tenant of this Lease. In the event of damage to the House caused by Tenant or Tenant's family, agents or visitors, Landlord may use funds from the deposit to repair, but is not limited to this fund and Tenant remains liable. 5. QUIET ENJOYMENT. Landlord agrees that on paying the rent and performing the obligations contained in this Lease, Landlord will not interfere with Tenant's peaceful use and enjoyment of the House. 6. USE OF PREMISES.

Tenant agrees that Tenant has examined the House, including the grounds and all buildings and improvements, and that they are, at the time of this Lease, in good order, good repair, safe, clean, and tenantable condition. Landlord and Tenant agree that a copy of the "Joint Inspection," the original of which is maintained by Landlord and a copy provided to Tenant, attached hereto reflects the condition of the House at the commencement of Tenant's occupancy. 9. ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLETTING. A. Tenant shall not assign this Lease, or sublet or grant any concession or license to use the House or any part of the House without Landlord's prior written consent. B. Any assignment, subletting, concession, or license without the prior written consent of Landlord, or an assignment or subletting by operation of law, shall be void and, at Landlord's option, terminate this Lease. 10. ALTERATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS. A. Tenant shall make no alterations to the House or construct any building or make other improvements without the prior written consent of Landlord. B. All alterations, changes, and improvements built, constructed, or placed on or around the House by Tenant, with the exception of fixtures properly removable without damage to the House and movable personal property, shall, unless otherwise provided by written agreement between Landlord and Tenant, be the property of Landlord and remain at the expiration or earlier termination of this Lease. 11. DAMAGE TO PREMISES. If the House, or any part of the House, shall be partially damaged by fire or other casualty not due to Tenant's negligence or willful act, or that of Tenant's family, agent, or visitor, there shall be an abatement of rent corresponding with the time during which, and the extent to which, the House is untenantable. If Landlord shall decide not to rebuild or repair, the term of this Lease shall end and the rent shall be prorated up to the time of the damage.

A. The House shall be used and occupied by Tenant exclusively as a private single-family residence. Neither the House nor any part of the House or yard shall be used at any time during the term of this Lease for the purpose of carrying on any business, profession, or trade of any kind, or for any purpose other than as a private single-family residence. B. Tenant shall comply with all the health and sanitary laws, ordinances, rules, and orders of appropriate governmental authorities and homes associations, if any, with respect to the House. 7. NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS. Tenant agrees that the House shall be occupied by no more than four occupant's persons, including no more than three children under the age of eighteen (18) years, without the prior written consent of Landlord. 8. CONDITION OF PREMISES.

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12. DANGEROUS MATERIALS. Tenant shall not keep or have on or around the House any article or thing of a dangerous, inflammable, or explosive character that might unreasonably increase the danger of fire on or around the House or that might be considered hazardous. 13. UTILITIES. Tenant shall be responsible for arranging and paying for all utility services required on the premises, except Landlord will provide: water and lighting facilities. Tenant shall not default on any obligation to a utility provider for utility services at the House. 14. MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR. A. Tenant will, at Tenant's sole expense, keep and maintain the House and appurtenances in good and sanitary condition and repair during the term of this Lease. In particular, Tenant shall keep the fixtures in the House in good order and repair; keep the furnace clean; and keep the walks free from dirt and debris. Tenant shall, at Tenant's sole expense, make all required repairs to the plumbing, range, oven heating apparatus, electric and gas fixtures, other mechanical devices and systems, floors, ceilings and walls whenever damage to such items shall have resulted from Tenant's misuse, waste, or neglect, or that of the of Tenant's family, agent, or visitor. B. Tenant agrees that no signs shall be placed or painting done on or about the House by Tenant without the prior written consent of Landlord. C. Tenant agrees to promptly notify Landlord in the event of any damage, defect or destruction of the House, or the failure of any of Landlord's appliances or mechanical systems, and except for repairs or replacements that are the obligation of Tenant pursuant to Subsection A above, Landlord shall use its best efforts to repair or replace such damaged or defective area, appliance or mechanical system. 15. ANIMALS.

Tenant shall keep no domestic or other animals on or about the House without the prior written consent of Landlord. 16. RIGHT OF INSPECTION. Landlord and Landlord's agents shall have the right at all reasonable times during the term of this Lease and any renewal of this Lease to enter the House for the purpose of inspecting the premises and/or making any repairs to the premises or other item as required under this Lease. 17. DISPLAY OF SIGNS. During the last thirty (30) days of this Lease, Landlord or Landlord's agent may display "For Sale" or "For Rent" or "Vacancy" or similar signs on or about the House and enter to show the House to prospective purchasers or tenants. 18. HOLDOVER BY TENANT. Should Tenant remain in possession of the House with the consent of Landlord after the expiration of the Term of this Lease, a new tenancy from month to month shall be created which shall be subject to all the terms and conditions of this Lease, but shall be terminable on thirty (30) days by either party or longer notice if required by law. If Tenant holds over without Landlord's consent, Landlord is entitled to double rent, pro-rated per each day of the holdover, lasting until Tenant leaves the House. 19. SURRENDER OF PREMISES. At the expiration of the Lease, Tenant shall quit and surrender the House in as good state and condition as they were at the commencement of this Lease, reasonable use and wear and damages by the elements excepted. 20. FORFEITURE OF SECURITY DEPOSIT - DEFAULT. It is understood and agreed that Tenant shall not attempt to apply or deduct any portion of any security deposit from the last or any month's rent or use or apply any such security deposit at any time in lieu of payment of rent. If Tenant fails to comply, such security deposit shall be forfeited and Landlord may recover the rent due as if any such deposit had not been applied or

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deducted from the rent due. For the purposes of this paragraph, it shall be conclusively presumed that a Tenant leaving the Premises while owing rent is making an attempted deduction of deposits. Furthermore, any deposit shall be held as a guarantee that Tenant shall perform the obligations of the Lease and shall be forfeited by the Tenant should Tenant breach any of the terms and conditions of this Lease. In the event of default, by Tenant, of any obligation in this Lease which is not cured by Tenant within fifteen (15) days notice from Landlord, then in addition to forfeiture of the Security Deposit, Landlord may pursue any other remedy available at law, equity or otherwise. 21. ABANDONMENT. If at any time during the term of this Lease, Tenant abandons the House or any of Tenant's personal property in or about the House, Landlord shall have the following rights: Landlord may, at Landlord's option, enter the House by any means without liability to Tenant for damages and may relet the House, for the whole or any part of the then unexpired term, and may receive and collect all rent payable by virtue of such reletting; Also, at Landlord's option, Landlord may hold Tenant liable for any difference between the rent that would have been payable under this Lease during the balance of the unexpired term, if this Lease had continued in force, and the net rent for such period realized by Landlord by means of such reletting. Landlord may also dispose of any of Tenant's abandoned personal property as Landlord deems appropriate, without liability to Tenant. 22. SECURITY. Tenant acknowledges that Landlord does not provide a security alarm system or any security for the House or for Tenant and that any such alarm system or security service, if provided, is not represented or warranted to be complete in all respects or to protect Tenant from all harm. Tenant hereby releases Landlord from any loss, suit, claim, charge, damage or injury resulting from lack of security or failure of security. 23. SEVERABILITY. If any part or parts of this Lease shall be held unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect.

24. INSURANCE. Tenant acknowledges that Landlord will not provide insurance coverage for Tenant's property, nor shall Landlord be responsible for any loss of Tenant's property, whether by theft, fire, acts of God, or otherwise. 25. BINDING EFFECT. The covenants and conditions contained in the Lease shall apply to and bind the heirs, legal representatives, and assigns of the parties. 26. GOVERNING LAW. It is agreed that this Lease shall be governed by, construed, and enforced in accordance with the laws of the Republic of the Philippines. 27. ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Lease shall constitute the entire agreement between the parties. Any prior understanding or representation of any kind preceding the date of this Lease is hereby superseded. This Lease may be modified only by a writing signed by both Landlord and Tenant. 28. NOTICES. Any notice required or otherwise given pursuant to this Lease shall be in writing; hand delivered, mailed certified return receipt requested, postage prepaid, or delivered by recognized overnight delivery service, if to Tenant, at the House and if to Landlord, at the address for payment of rent. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused this Lease to be executed the day and year first above written. ______ A Landlord _____ B Tenant ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 38. CONTRACT OF LEASE

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KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: This Contract of Lease made and entered into by and between: HERMENEGILDO HIERAS JR., of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at MB 201 La Trinidad Village Subdivision, Puguis, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines hereinafter referred to as the LESSOR; and KIM DAEKYEONG, of legal age, single, Korean Citizen and with residence and postal address at #35C Tacay Rd., Baguio City, Philippines, herein after referred to as the LESSEE; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the LESSOR is the owner of that FIVE (5) STORY residential building situated at the Puguis, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines; WHEREAS, the LESSOR hereby leases unto the said LESSEE the said residential building under the following TERMS AND CONDITIONS, to wit: 1. This Contract of Lease shall be effective for a period of FIVE (5) YEARS with a monthly rent of EIGHTY THOUSAND (80,000.00) PESOS which shall commence on January 1, 2007, renewable upon the mutual consent of the contracting parties; 2. The monthly rental shall be subject to an increase of FIFTEEN (15) PERCENT annually; 3. The LESSEE shall pay to the LESSOR SIX (1) MONTHS ADVANCE and SIX (1) MONTHS DEPOSIT of the rent upon the signing of this contract which shall be credited for the last year of the contract; 4. The LESSOR shall respect the occupancy of the LESSEE provided however, that the latter shall faithfully comply with the terms and conditions of this contract;

5. The LESSEE shall be responsible for the proper care, maintenance and sanitation of the said building during his occupancy and upon the termination of this contract.

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Any proposed improvements on the building subject of this lease contract by the LESSEE shall be with the prior written consent of the LESSOR; The LESSEE shall not SUBLEASE the said residential building to any third person without the written consent of the LESSOR; Upon the termination of this lease Contract, the LESSEE shall surrender the leased building to the LESSOR free from any occupants, unpaid rents, and damages and without need of demand; The LESSEE shall be responsible for the payment of all Municipal Services, such as but not limited to Electric Bills and other fees necessary for the enjoyment of the said building. However the tax due on the building shall be borne by the LESSOR; Either party shall give at least TWO (2) MONTHS notice in case of extension or renewal of this contract; In case of pre-termination of the contract, the LESSEE is obliged to pay the entire duration of the contract; Any violation by any of the PARTIES of the terms and conditions of this contract shall constitute a ground for ejectment and extra judicial cancellation of this contract without need of demand. Provided however, that in case judicial action is necessary the venue thereof shall be within the proper courts of Benguet, Philippines.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the PARTIES have hereunto affixed their signatures this _____day of ______________ 2006 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. ____________________________ HERMENEGILDO HIERAS JR. Lessor CTC. No. Issued on Issued at __________________ KIM DAEKYEONG Lessee Passport No. JB0543592 Issued on Issued at

Form No.1. EJECTMENT WITH DAMAGES REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES 6TH MUNICIPAL CIRCUIT TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION SANTIAGO, ILOCOS SUR MELITA HERNAEZ-QUEYPO, Represented by ROSALIO HERNAEZ Plaintiff, CIVIL CASE N0. 987 For: EJECTMENT -versuswith DAMAGES Spouses ELMER and MILA HERNAEZ Defendants, x--------------------------------------------------x COMPLAINT Plaintiff, through the undersigned counsel, unto this Honorable Court, respectfully alleges: 1. That plaintiff Melita Hernaez-Queypo is of legal age, Filipino Citizen and presently residing in Seattle, Washington and represented by her brother Rosalio Hernaez who is also of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen and a resident of San Rafael, San Esteban, Ilocos Sur through a Special Power of Attorney executed in his favor which is hereto attached and marked as Annex A; (Section4, Rule 8, CAPACITY. Facts showing the capacity of the party to sue and be sued or the authority of a party to sue or be sued in a representative capacity or the legal existence of an organized association of persons that is made a party must be averred. A party desiring to raise an issue as to the legal existence or any party or the capacity of any party to sue and be sued in a representative capacity, shall do so in a specific denial, which shall include such supporting particulars as are pecularly within the pleaders knowledge. )

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: __________________________ ACKNOWLEDGMENT

III. EJECTMENT CASES EJECTMENT is a legal action brought by one claiming a right to possess real property against another who possesses the premises adversely or who is a holdover tenant who remains beyond the termination of a lease but who is not merely a trespasser.

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2. That defendants spouses Elmer and Mila Hernaez are also of legal age, Filipino Citizens and residents of San Rafael, San Esteban, Ilocos Sur where they may be served with summons and other court processes; 3. That plaintiff Melita H. Queypo is the sister of herein defendant Elmer Hernaez; 4. That after the death of their parents, they partitioned the estate/inheritance left by their parents wherein a Riceland located at San Rafael, San Esteban, Ilocos Sur was given to defendant Elmer Hernaez and the shares of the other heirs were also given; 5. That a residential lot was also given to plaintiff Melita H. Queypo, her brother and sister Jimmy Hernaez and Arsenia Hernaez-Castro as their share in the intestate estate of their parents to which they subsequently declared in their names and now covered under Tax Declaration Number 009-00672. Copy of the Tax Declaration covering the said lot is hereto attached and marked as Annex B; (Section7, Rule 8. ACTION OR DEFENSE BASED ON DOCUMENT. Whenever an action or defense is based upon a written instrument or document, the substance of such instrument or document shall be set forth in the pleading, and the original or a copy thereof shall be attached to the pleading as an exhibit, which shall be deemed to be a part of the pleading, or said copy may with like effect be set forth in the pleading.) 6. That plaintiff Melita H. Queypo bought a portion of a lot consisting of 275 square meters from Condrina Milanes, adjoining to the lot she and her brother and sister, Jimmy and Arsenia inherited from their parents and subsequently declared in her name and now covered under Tax Declaration Number 009-00651. Copies of the Confirmation of Previous Sale executed by Condrina Milanes establishing the fact that she sold the adjoining portion of her lot to the plaintiff and the Tax Declaration Number 009-00651 in her name are hereto attached and marked as Annexes C and D;

7. That plaintiff with the consent of her co-owners, Jimmy and Arsenia built her house on the lot they inherited from their parents and encroached portion of the lot she bought from Condrina Milanes. Copy of the Tax Declaration proving her ownership over the said house is hereto attached and marked as Annex E; 8. That the house and lot of the plaintiff were occupied by the defendants without any condition but only because of the generosity of the plaintiff to the defendants they being brothers and further because of the mercy she had with them for defendants are unemployed and depending only from the monthly allowance given by the plaintiff; 9. That because of the ingratitude and continuous withdrawal of the plaintiffs sister-in-law or defendant Elmers wife from the money entrusted to the Engineer who constructed plaintiffs house, plaintiff through her authorized representative notified them to vacate the house and lot but defendants refused and continuously occupy the house and lot. Copy of the demand letter is hereto attached and marked as Annex F; (Section 2, Rule 70. LESSOR TO PROCEED ONLY AGINST LESSEE ONLY AFTER DEMAND. Unless otherwise stipulated, such action by the lessor shall be commenced only after demand to pay or comply with the conditions of the lease and to vacate is made upon the lessee, or by serving written notice of such demand upon the person found on the premises, or by posting such notice on the premises if no person found thereon, and the lesse fails to comply therewith after 15days in the case of a land or 5days in the case of buildings.) 10. That plaintiff as sister of the defendants even offered them that if they will voluntarily vacate the house and lot, the plaintiff will finance the construction of their house but still defendants refused without justifiable reason to vacate the house and lot of the plaintiff; 11. That defendants when asked to vacate the premises, they told plaintiffs representative that they will first burn the house before they will leave;

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12. That plaintiffs house and lot including the improvements introduced thereon will be endangered if the defendants will not be ejected immediately from the premises because the defendants will no longer take care of the property, they just want to occupy the house and lot and cause further damage thereto; 13. That defendants have neither basis nor right to continuously possess the house and lot because they are not the owner, nor contributed any improvements to the house and lot; 14. That since plaintiff and defendants are brothers and sisters, the plaintiff exerted all efforts to amicably settle the issue and even referred the matter to the Barangay for possible conciliation but it all turned futile and vain, a certificate was issued by the Office of the Punong Barangay of San Rafael, San Esteban, Ilocos Sur stating that they failed to settle the dispute amicably and thus they have no more jurisdiction to further proceed to the case, copy of which is hereto attached and marked as Annex G; (Section7,Rule8) 15. That in order to avoid grave and irreparable injury or damage to the plaintiff, specifically on her house and lot, the defendants shall be ordered to vacate the premises immediately; 16. That because of the refusal of the defendants to vacate the house and lot of the plaintiff, the latter was forced to engage the services of a lawyer to protect and enforced her rights who charged her of an acceptance fee of P30,000.00 plus 1,000.00 per hearing; 17. That due to the unlawful refusal of the defendants to vacate the premises, plaintiff was embarrassed causing her to suffer sleepless nights, mental anguish and wounded feelings which if quantified amounts to 50,000.00; PRAYER WHEREFORE premises considered, it is most respectfully prayed to this Honorable Court that the above-entitled complaint be granted;

1. Ordering the defendants to peacefully surrender and immediately vacate the premises, take nothing except their personal clothing and be ordered to pay the plaintiff the following; a. 30,000.00 as attorneys fees plus 1,000.00 per appearance And to be determined by the Honorable Court b. 50, 000.00 - in the form of moral damages c. Cost of the litigation Other reliefs which are just and equitable under the premises are also prayed for. Candon City, Ilocos Sur, for Santiago, Ilocos Sur, December 29, 2006. ____________________________ ATTY. ROBERT B. TUDAYAN Counsel for Plaintiffs IBP #621304/ROLL #36459 PTR #0043180/ 01-02-06 At Candon City, Ilocos Sur TIN # 156-910-014 VERIFICATION/CERTIFICATION I, ROSALIO HERNAEZ, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen and a resident of San Rafael, San Esteban, Ilocos Sur after having been sworn to in accordance with law, do hereby depose and say: That I am the authorized representative of plaintiff Melita H. Queypo in the above-entitled case; That I caused the preparation of the complaint in the above-entitled case which I read and understood the contents thereof which are true and correct to my own knowledge; That I have not filed any similar action to the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals or any other Court, Tribunal or Agency;

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That if I should thereafter learn that a similar action or proceeding has been filed in the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals or any other Tribunal or Agency, I undertake to report the fact within five (5) days thereafter to this Honorable Court. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affix my signature this_______day of December 2006 at Candon City, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. ____________________ ROSALIO HERNAEZ Affiant JURAT

2. That plaintiff is the owner of a land over which an apartment had been constructed, located at 439 Candon City, Ilocos Sur; 3. That by virtue of a contract of lease, plaintiff leased unto the defendant the aforesaid apartment for a consideration of Php5,000 per month as rental to be paid within the first ten days of each month starting December 1, 2006; 4. That the defendant failed to pay the agreed rental for several months starting from February 2007 up to the present; 5. That on April 2, 2007, plaintiff sent a letter of demand to vacate the apartment which was received by the defendant as shown in the registry return receipt hereto attached; (Section 1, Rule16, par. J) 6. That despite said letter of demand which was repeated by oral demands defendants failed and still refused to pay the agreed amount of rentals and refused to vacate the apartment; 7. That by reason of the failure of the defendant to vacate the premises and to pay the unpaid rentals, plaintiff was compelled to file this complaint engaging the services of a counsel in the amount of Php10, 000. WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that judgement be rendered ordering the defendant to vacate the premises, to pay the rentals in the amount of Php50, 000 and further rentals until the said defendant fully vacates the premises and to pay the costs of the suit. Plaintif prays for such other remedy, as this Honorable Court may deem just and equitable. Candon City, February 4, 2OO8. VERIFICATION/CERTIFICATION

Form No. 2. EJECTMENT REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES 6TH MUNICIPAL CIRCUIT TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION CANDON CITY, ILOCOS SUR MARNELIE PENDADEN Plaintiff, CIVIL CASE N0. _____ -versusFor: Ejectment MARJORIE DEL ROSARIO Defendant, x--------------------------------------------------x COMPLAINT COMES NOW, the plaintiff through undersigned counsel, and this Honorable Court respectfully alleges: 1. That the plaintiff is married, Filipino citizen and reiding at Amguid, Candon City Ilocos Sur where she may be served wtih court processes, motions ad decisions while the defendant is a Filipino citizen, married and residing at Sto Thomas, Candon City, Ilocos Sur where he may be served with summons and court processes;

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I, MARNELIE PENDADEN, of legal age, married, Filipino Citizen and a resident of San Rafael, San Esteban, Ilocos Sur after having been sworn to in accordance with law, do hereby depose and say: That I caused the preparation of the complaint in the above-entitled case which I read and understood the contents thereof which are true and correct to my own knowledge; That I have not filed any similar action to the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals or any other Court, Tribunal or Agency; That if I should thereafter learn that a similar action or proceeding has been filed in the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals or any other Tribunal or Agency, I undertake to report the fact within five (5) days thereafter to this Honorable Court.

1. That I executed a sworn statement on November 13, 2007 before PO2 Reynaldo C. Mendoza witnessed by PI Federico Donato Calibuso, Chief of Police of Burgos Municipal Police Station about a crime I personally saw and witnessed; 2. That I was not able to fully elaborate what I saw because all that I said were dictated to me by my uncle Andriano Dato and told me to just mention the name of George Ganaden as the triggerman because, according to him, no matiliw isuna, isabit na met la dagidiay kakadua na (if he will be captured he will tell of his companions anyway); 3. That the truths about the killing are as follows: a. That at about ten oclock (10:00) in the evening of November 8, 2007, while I was in our house, I heard about two (2) gunshots so I rushed out of our house and went straight to our neighbors house, Jovelyn Juan Y Manzano, where there was a party going on and where I know my father was; b. That when I saw that the people there were merry-making I returned to our house however, when I was already at the eastern side of our house, I again heard gunshot so I returned immediately to the our neighbors house; c. That when I was at our neighbors house, I saw George Ganaden and Anacleto Cablas holding my father, Hector Dato, and restraining him from moving while Constante Digamo fired at him point blank and that even when my father was already lying on the ground, Constante Digamo fired two (2) more shots at him point blank; d. That I recognized the three (3) assailants of my father because I was only about two (2) meters from them and that the place where they killed my father was well-lighted; e. That because of fear and that I was already nervous, I ran towards west to ask help from my uncles Jessie Dato and

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affix my signature this 4th day of February 2008 at Candon City, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. ________________________ MARNELIE PENDADEN Affian t JURAT REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES PROVINCE OF ILOCOS SUR CANDON CITY

S.S. AFFIDAVIT

I, MACMAC DATO y CAB-JUAN, 17 years of age, single, and a resident of Sitio Turod, Barangay Manaboc, Burgos, Ilocos Sur, after having been sworn to in accordance with law, hereby depose and state;

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Dominador Dato where I met my uncle Felix Dato who was also calling for help; 4. That the facts about the true participation of George Ganaden as well as the participation of Constante Digamo and Anacleto Cablas were not fully elaborated because I was restrained by my uncle Andriano Dato, for reasons known to him only, and also because of fear I still feel that time; 5. That I am executing this sworn statement to modify my first statement given on November 13, 2007, to establish the fact that there were three (3) assailants of my father, that CONSTANTE DIGAMO was the one who shot my father while GEORGE GANADEN and ANACLETO CABLAS restrained and held him, to explain the discrepancies made in my first statement and attest to the truth of the foregoing statements. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto affix my signature this 29th day of February 2008 at Candon City, Ilocos Sur. ________________ MACMAC DATO Affiant JURAT

ESSENTIAL PARTS OF INFORMATION: 1. Caption 2. Heading 3. Opening Sentence 4. Body alleging the acts or omissions constituting the crime 5. Contrary to Law 6. Certification of Preliminary Investigation 7. Jurat 8. List of Witnesses 9. Bail Recommended Form No. 1. INFORMATION FOR ACTS OF LASCIVIOUSNESS REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Acts Of Lasciviousness

IV. INFORMATIONS INFORMATION is a written accusation of crime signed by the prosecutor, charging a person with the commission of a crime; an alternative to indictment as a means of starting a criminal prosecution. The purpose of information is to inform the defendant of the charges against him and to inform the court of the factual basis of the charges.

`The undersigned hereby accuses, upon sworn complaint originally filed by the offended party accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ of the crime of ACTS OF LASCIVIOUSNESS, committed as follows: That on or about February 16, 2009, in the City of Baguio, Philippines, within the jurisdiction of this court, the said accused, actuated by lust, did then and there wilfully, unlawfully, and feloniously, commit an act of lasciviousness on the person of Victoria Abad by then and there embracing and kissing her and touching her breasts and sexual organs, against her will and by means of force.

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CONTRARY TO LAW. Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009. __________________ PEDRO LIWANAG Asst.City Prosecutor APPROVED: _______________ PETER SANTOS City Prosecutor WITNESSES: 1. Sam Milby- Brookside, Baguio City 2. Bea Alonzo- Bakakeng Norte, Baguio City (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) CERTIFICATION This is to certify that a preliminary investigation has been conducted in the above- entitled 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. Bail not recommended. (Or bail recommended). Baguio City, Philippines, this 18th day of February, 2009. __________________ PEDRO LIWANAG Asst.City Prosecutor JURAT Form No. 2. INFORMATION FOR ATTEMPTED HOMICIDE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT

FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Attempted Homicide

The undersigned hereby accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ of the crime of ATTEMPTED HOMICIDE, committed as follows, to wit: That on or about ,February 16,2009, in the City of Baguio, and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the said accused, armed with a jungle knife, and with evident intent to kill, did then and there willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously attack JUAN TAMAD, with his said weapon, missing said JUAN TAMAD by only a fraction of an inch, and would have continued his criminal act had not the said JUAN TAMAD successfully resisted him with the help of some bystanders who responded to his cry for help. CONTRARY TO LAW. Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2006. __________________ PEDRO LIWANAG Asst.City Prosecutor _______________ PETER SANTOS City Prosecutor WITNESSES:

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1. Kirby De Jesus- Queen of Peace, Baguio City 2. PO1 Justin Pineda- Baguio City Police Station (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT Form No. 3. INFORMATION FOR DAMAGES REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Damages to Property Through Reckless Imprudence

Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009. __________________ PEDRO LIWANAG Asst.City Prosecutor WITNESSES: 1. Ruth Razon- No.10 Trancoville, Baguio City 2. Pen Medina- No.9 Brookside, |Baguio City (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT Form No. 4. INFORMATION FOR ESTAFA REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Falsification of Public Document

Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION The undersigned hereby accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ of the crime of DAMAGE TO PROPERTY THROUGH RECKLESS IMPRUDENCE, committed as follows, to wit: That on or about February 16, 2009, at about 10:00 pm, in the City of Baguio and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the said accused did then and there, while driving his Sarao jeepney with Plate No. AYD 567 under the influence of liquor and in a reckless and imprudent manner, bumped the his said jeepney into the residential house of PEDRA SANTOS situated at No.72, Marcos Highway, Baguio City and along the national highway, thereby causing damage to the front wall of the said residential house to the damage and prejudice of its owner, PEDRA SANTOS, in the amount of P500, 000. CONTRARY TO LAW.

Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION The undersigned hereby, accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ of the crime of FALSIFICATION, committed as follows, to wit: That on or about February 16,2009, at about, in the City Baguio, and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the accused JUAN DELA CRUZ

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who is not a passer of any professional board examination administered by the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC), conspiring and conniving with the other accused PEDRO TAMAD, who was then and there was a records clerk of the PRC, did there and them, willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously made up and printed a fake PRC License Card bearing the name of the accused JUAN DELA CRUZ making it appear therein that the latter is a board passer of the Electrical Engineering Board given on September 8, 2008 and with a grade of 85% and that he is a Registered Electrical Engineer, knowing the said accused had neither the legal right or title to the issuance of the said PRC License Card. CONTRARY TO LAW. Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009 __________________ PEDRO LIWANAG Asst.City Prosecutor ______________ PETER SANTOS City Prosecutor

PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION

CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Forcible Abduction with Rape

The undersigned hereby accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ of the crime of FORCIBLE ABDUCTION WITH RAPE, committed as follows, to wit: That on or about February 16, 2009, at about 3:00 pm, in the City of Baguio, and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the said accused, with lewd and unchaste designs, did then and there willfully, unlawfully and feloniously abduct a woman named CHESKA GARCIA who is a minor of 14 years while she was on her way home from school, taking and carrying her away on board a black passenger van, and once said CHESKA GARCIA was in the custody of the said accused, the latter did there and then, willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously, had carnal knowledge of the said CHESKA GARCIA against her will and by means of force, violence, intimidation and threats. CONTRARY TO LAW. Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009. _______________ PETER SANTOS City Prosecutor Witnesses: 1. Dominador Gallardo- Brookside, Baguio City 2. Derek Ramsey- Trancoville, Baguio City

APPROVED:

Witnesses:

1. Joe Santos- Rimando Road, Baguio City 2. Peter Bright- Trancoville, Baguio City (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT Form No. 5. INFORMATION FOR RAPE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY

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(Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT Form No. 6. INFORMATION FOR FRUSTRATED HOMICIDE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Frustrated Homicide Witnesses:

PETER SANTOS City Prosecutor 1. Zanjoe Marudo- Bokawkan Road, Baguio City 2. Maria Soriano- Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City 3. PO1 Bok Tama- Baguio City Police Station (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT Form No. 7. INFORMATION FOR PHYSICAL INJURIES REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Less Serious Physical Injuries

The undersigned hereby accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ of the crime of FRUSTRATED HOMICIDE, committed as follows, to wit: That on or about February 16,2009, in the City of Baguio and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the said accused, armed with a jungle knife, and with evident intent to kill, did then and there willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously assault, attack and wound one JUAN TAMAD inflicting mortal wounds in different parts of his body, which would have directly caused the death of said JUAN TAMAD, thus performing all acts of execution which would have produced the crime of homicide as a consequence, but nevertheless did not produce the same by reason of caused independent of his will, that is, because of the timely medical assistance rendered on the said JUAN TAMAD. CONTRARY TO LAW. Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009. ________________

Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION The undersigned hereby accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ of the crime of LESS SERIOUS PHYSICAL INJURIES, committed as follows, to wit: That on or about February 16, 2009 at about 9:00 pm, in the City of Baguio and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the said accused did there and then willfully, unlawfully and feloniously, and without justifiable cause therefor, attack, assault, and beat one JUAN TAMAD, punching and kicking him in different parts of his body, thereby inflicting on the latter wounds in different parts of his body, which have required and will require

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medical attention for a period of not less than ten (10) days but not more than (30) days, and have incapacitated and will incapacitate him from labor for the same period of time. CONTRARY TO LAW. Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009. ________________ PETER SANTOS City Prosecutor Witnesses: 1. Jeff Reyes- No.88 Bokawkan Road, Baguio City 2. Angel Jose- No.09 Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT Form No. 8. INFORMATION FOR MALVERSATION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Malversation

That on or about February 16,2009,in the City of Baguio and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the said accused, then being then the Treasurer of the City of |Baguio, did then and there willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously, and with grave abuse of confidence, misappropriate, take, withdraw, and convert for his own personal use and benefit, the total amount of P500,000.00 which are public funds belonging to the City of Baguio, to the damage and prejudice of the public interest. CONTRARY TO LAW. Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009. ________________ PETER SANTOS City Prosecutor

Witnesses:

1. Anna Santos- No.110 Brookside, Baguio City 2. Albert Reyes- La Trinidad, Benguet (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT

Form No. 9. INFORMATION FOR PARRICIDE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, Accused. CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Parricide

The undersigned hereby accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ of the crime of MALVERSATION, committed as follows, to wit:

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x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION The undersigned hereby accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ of the crime of PARRICIDE, committed as follows, to wit: That on or about February 16, 2009 at about 11:00 pm, in the City of Baguio and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the said accused, motivated by extreme jealously, and while armed with a .38 caliber pistol, did then willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously, suddenly, unexpectedly, and treacherously fired several shots at JUANA DELA CRUZ, his lawfully wedded wife, which caused the instantaneous death of his said wife. CONTRARY OF LAW. Baguio |City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009. _______________ PETER SANTOS City Prosecutor Witness: Angela Ramos- Magsaysay Ave., Baguio City Albert Reyes- Bakakeng Norte, Baguio City (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT Form No. 10. INFORMATION FOR ROBBERY REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusCRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Robbery

JUAN DELA CRUZ,

Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATIOR The undersigned hereby, accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ of the crime of ROBBERY, committed as follows, to wit: That on or about February 16,2009 at about 11:00 pm, in the City of Baguio and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the said accused did then and there, willfully, unlawfully, feloniously, with intent to gain and with intimidation upon the person of JUAN TAMAD by threatening him with a .38 caliber pistol, took and carry away the latter's T303 SONY ERRICSON mobile phone valued at P15,000 Philippine Currency, to the to the damage and prejudice of the said JUAN TAMAD in the said amount. CONTRARY TO LAW. Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009. __________________ PEDRO LIWANAG City Prosecutor Witnesses: Jodi Sta. Maria- Bokawkan Road, Baguio City Pampi Lacson- Magsaysay Ave., Baguio City (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) & JURAT

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Form No. 11. INFORMATION FOR VIOLATION OF R.A. 9262 REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Violation of R.A. 9262

Witnesses: 1. Joey De Leon- No.113 Brookside, Baguio City 2. Pia Guanio- No.14 Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT Form No. 12. INFORMATION FOR ADULTERY REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D -versusFor: Adultery JUANA DELA CRUZ y SIPAG, And JUAN TAMAD (Both of No 436, Siapno Road, Pacdal, Baguio City). Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION The undersigned hereby accuses JUANA DELA CRUZ y SIPAG and JUAN TAMAD of the crime of ADULTERY, committed as follows: That on or about February 16, 2009, prior to and subsequent thereto, and continuously up to the present time, in the City of Baguio, Philippines, and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the said accused JUANA DELA CRUZ y SIPAG, being then united in lawful wedlock with JUAN DELA CRUZ, willfully, unlawfully and feloniously lay with and have carnal

The undersigned hereby accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ of VIOLATION OF R.A. 9262 (ANTI-WOMENS VIOLENCE ACT) committed as follows: That sometime in February 16,2009 in the City of Baguio, Philippines and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the above-named accused did there and then, willfully, unlawfully and criminally and with intent to manipulate the conduct of his wife and children to beg money from him, commit acts of economic abuse against his wife, JUANA DELA CRUZ and their minor children, by refusing to give them any financial support, which is legally due them under the law, to their damage and prejudice. CONTRARY to Section 5 par.e (2) in relation to Sec 3 sub. Par.d, of RA 9262 (economic abuse). Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009. __________________ PEDRO LIWANAG City Prosecutor

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knowledge of her co-accused JUAN TAMAD, who in turn, knowing that said JUANA DELA CRUZ was a married woman, willfully, unlawfully and feloniously lay with and have carnal knowledge of her. CONTRARY TO LAW. Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009. __________________ PEDRO LIWANAG City Prosecutor Witnesses: 1. Janet Reyes- Loakan Road, Baguio City 2. Eula Suman- Marcos Hi-way, Baguio City (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT Form No. 13. INFORMATION FOR CONCUBINAGE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 5, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusJUAN DELA CRUZ, and NOVITA ORTIZ (Both of No 28, Queen of Peace, Baguio City). Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Concubinage

That on or about February 16, 2009 and continuously up to the present time, in the City of Baguio, Philippines, and within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court, the said JUAN DELA CRUZ, willfully, unlawfully and feloniously at the said time and place, being then legally married to said complainant JUANA DELA CRUZ, cohabit with NOVITA ORTIZ, a woman not his wife, living with her as husband and wife at No.28 Queen of Peace, Baguio City, and the said NOVITA ORTIZ, knowing JUAN DELA CRUZ to be married, unlawfully and feloniously cohabit with JUAN DELA CRUZ, living with him as husband and wife at No. 28 Queen of Peace, Baguio City. CONTRARY TO LAW. __________________ PEDRO LIWANAG Prosecutor 1 APPROVED: _______________ PETER SANTOS City Prosecutor Witnesses: 1. Flor De Guzman- No.17 Trancoville, Baguio City and Others. (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT Form No. 14. INFORMATION FOR ILLEGAL DETENTION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 3, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, -versusCRIM. CASE NO.1234-D For: Serious Illegal Detention / Kidnapping

The undersigned hereby accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ and NOVITA ORTIZ, of the crime of CONCUBINAGE, committed as follows:

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JUAN DELA CRUZ, Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION The undersigned accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ, of the crime of SERIOUS ILLEGAL DETENTION/KIDNAPPING, committed as follows: That about and during the period beginning the 3rd day of January, 2008, in the City of Baguio, Philippines, and within the jurisdiction of the Honorable Court, said JUAN DELA CRUZ suspecting that one JUAN TAMAD had knowledge of the elopement of her sister, did then and there wilfully, unlawfully, feloniously and by force, take said JUAN TAMAD, a man 40 years of age, while the latter was walking in Harrison Road, whom said accused detained and kept locked in his room from January 3 to March 3, 2009, or a period of 58 days under restraint and against the will of the said JUAN TAMAD, and said accused did, during said period of detention, maltreat and refuse to release said JUAN TAMAD until the accused was found. CONTRARY TO LAW. ________________ PETER SANTOS City Prosecutor Witnesses: 1. Kris Teta- Bokawkan Road, Baguio City 2. James Yap- Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT

Form No. 15. INFORMATION FOR SEDUCTION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 2, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES Plaintiff, CRIM. CASE NO.1234-D -versusFor: Seduction JUAN DELA CRUZ, Accused. x-------------------------------------------x INFORMATION The undersigned upon sworn complaint filed by the offended party, copy of which is attached hereto, accuses JUAN DELA CRUZ, of the crime of SIMPLE SEDUCTION, committed as follows: That on or about February 16, 2009, in the City of Baguio Philippines, within the jurisdiction of the court, the said accused did then and there wilfully, unlawfully and feloniously and by means of deceit, have sexual intercourse with PEDRA SIPAG, an unmarried girl over twelve but under eighteen years of age. CONTRARY TO LAW. Baguio City, Philippines, this 17th day of February 2009. _______________ PETER SANTOS City Prosecutor Witnesses: 1. Anna Reyes- No.10 Leonila Hill, Baguio City And Others. (Certification of Preliminary Investigation) JURAT

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V. MOTIONS MOTION an application to the court requesting an order or rule in favor of the applicant Note: The body of a Motion usually has four parts: 1. Title 2. Ground for the Motion 3. Argument in Support of the Motion 4. Relief Sought to be Obtained Form No. 1. MOTION FOR POSTPONEMENT OF HEARING REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 5, BAGUIO CITY TIM M. MAKKI Plaintiff, CIVIL CASE NO. 456-R -versusFor: MARIA GO WENT Defendant, x-------------------------x MOTION FOR POSEPONEMENT OF HEARING COMES NOW the Defendant, by the undersigned counsel, unto this Honorable Court respectfully states: That the above-entitled case is set for hearing on February 14, 2009; That counsel for defendant is afflicted with chicken pox and is now under the medical care of Dr. Ingo Sugos. A copy of the physicians certificate under is hereto attached.

WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that the hearing set on February 14, 2009 be reset to another day preferably on the first week of March 10, 2009 or the convenience of this Honorable Court. Baguio City, Philippines, this 10th day of February, 2009. _____________ JURIS POLAR Counsel for Defendant POLAR LAW OFFICE Session Rd. Baguio City PTR No. 4561; 01-04-09 Baguio City TIN 987456 IBP No 45658; 02-05-07 Baguio Chapter Serial No. Of Commission____ Roll of Atty. No. 123 TO THE CLERK OF COURT Regional Trial Court Branch 5, Baguio City GREETINGS! Please submit the foregoing Motion for the approval consideration of the Honorable Court immediately upon receipt hereof. ___________________ ATTY. JURIS POLAR Copy furnished: _______________ TIM M. MAKKI Rm. 501, Nagtatago Building Dimahanapan Street, Baguio City and NOTICE:

Form No. 2. MOTION FOR JUDGMENT ON THE PLEADINGS

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 5, BAGUIO CITY TIM M. MAKKI Plaintiff, -versusMARIA GO WENT Defendant, x-------------------------x CIVIL CASE NO. 456-R For:

Roll of Atty. No. 123 TO THE CLERK OF COURT Regional Trial Court Branch 5, Baguio City GREETINGS! Please submit the foregoing Motion for the approval consideration of the Honorable Court immediately upon receipt hereof. ___________________ ATTY. JURIS POLAR Copy furnished: ______________ TIM M. MAKKI Rm. 501, Nagtatago Building Dimahanapan Street, Baguio City and NOTICE:

MOTION FOR JUDGEMENT ON THE PLEADINGS COMES NOW THE Plaintiff, by the undersigned counsel, and to this Honorable Court respectfully alleges: That in the answer of the defendant filed on February 28, 2009 he admitted having signed the promissory note and merely interposed the defense that he was asking for time within which to pay the obligation. That said answer does not tender any issue and in fact it can be read therefrom that defendant admitted his obligation. WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that this Honorable Court render judgment on the pleadings. Baguio City, Philippines, this 2nd day of March, 2009. _____________ JURIS POLAR Counsel for Defendant POLAR LAW OFFICE Session Rd. Baguio City PTR No. 4561; 01-04-09 Baguio City TIN 987456 IBP No 45658; 02-05-07 Baguio Chapter Serial No. Of Commission____

Form No. 3. MOTION TO DECLARE DEFENDANT IN DEFAULT REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION

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BRANCH 5, BAGUIO CITY TIM M. MAKKI Plaintiff, -versusMARIA GO WENT Defendant, x-------------------------x CIVIL CASE NO. 456-R For:

Session Rd. Baguio City PTR No. 4561; 01-04-09 Baguio City TIN 987456 IBP No 45658; 02-05-07 Baguio Chapter Serial No. Of Commission____ Roll of Atty. No. 123 NOTICE: TO THE CLERK OF COURT Regional Trial Court Branch 5, Baguio City GREETINGS! Please submit the foregoing Motion for the approval consideration of the Honorable Court immediately upon receipt hereof. ___________________ ATTY. JURIS POLAR Copy furnished: ______________ TIM M. MAKKI Rm. 501, Nagtatago Building Dimahanapan Street, Baguio City and

MOTION TO DECLARE DEFENDANT IN DEFAULT COMES NOW, the plaintiff by and through the undersigned counsel, in the above entitled case and unto this Honorable Court, most respectfully state: 1. That the defendant have been given enough time by this Honorable Court to file their respective Answer but up to this present date and despite the lapse of sufficient time, the undersigned counsel received no answer or any responsive pleading and after verification with the records of this Honorable Court, no answer r any responsive pleading was filed by the Defendant;

2. That defendant may now be declared in default in accordance


with Section 3, Rule 9 of the Revised Rules of Court of the Philippines. WHEREFORE, premises duly considered, it is most respectfully prayed unto this Honorable Court, to declare Defendant in default and allow Plaintiff to present evidence ex-parte. Other reliefs and/or remedies just and equitable under the premises are likewise prayed for. Baguio City, Philippines, this 2nd day of March 2009. _____________ JURIS POLAR Counsel for Defendant POLAR LAW OFFICE

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FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 5, BAGUIO CITY TIM M. MAKKI Plaintiff, CRIM. CASE NO. 456-BG -versusFor: Recovery Of Possession, Etc. MARIA GO WENT ET. AL. Defendants, x-------------------------x MOTION TO RESET CASE COMES NOW, the defendants by and through the undersigned counsel, in the above entitled case and unto this Honorable Court, most respectfully state: 1. That the scheduled hearing of this case is set on March 15, 2009 at 2:00 in the afternoon; 2. That however, the undersigned counsel cannot attend the hearing set on March 15, 2009 considering that the same date has been previously scheduled as the wedding celebration for the undersigned counsel, which schedule is in transferable in nature. 3. That because of this coincidence of time, the undersigned counsel is constrained to file this motion; 4. That this motion is not intended to delay the proceedings of this case but is made of necessity; WHEREFORE, premises duly considered, it is most respectfully prayed unto this Honorable Court, that the hearing set on March 15, 2009 at 2:00 in the afternoon be cancelled and reset on March 25, 2009 at 2:00 in the afternoon or any other dates that this Honorable Court is available. Other relief and/or remedies just and equitable under the premises are likewise prayed for. Baguio City, Philippines this 2nd day of March 2009. TO THE CLERK OF COURT Regional Trial Court Branch 5, Baguio City GREETINGS!

_____________ JURIS POLAR Counsel for Defendant POLAR LAW OFFICE Session Rd. Baguio City PTR No. 4561; 01-04-09 Baguio City TIN 987456 IBP No 45658; 02-05-07 Baguio Chapter Serial No. Of Commission____ Roll of Atty. No. 123 NOTICE:

Please submit the foregoing Motion for the approval consideration of the Honorable Court immediately upon receipt hereof. ___________________ ATTY. JURIS POLAR Copy furnished: ______________ TIM M. MAKKI Rm. 501, Nagtatago Building Dimahanapan Street, Baguio City

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Form No. 5. MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 1, BAGUIO CITY

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THE PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Plaintiff, CRIMINAL CASE NO. 124-R -versusFor: SHEGGY B. BALIW, Accused. x--------------------------------------------------------x MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION Counsel for the accused in the above-entitled case and unto this Honorable Court most respectfully states, that: 1. He just received today a copy of an Order dated June 1, 2008 issued by this Honorable Court denying the Motion To Appeal as Pauper Litigant filed by the accused on the ground that said Motion failed to contain a notice of time and place of hearing, 2. The undersigned counsel begs to apologies for said defect as his failure to state the aforementioned time and date of hearing of that motion was purely due to an oversight; 3. Considering the seriousness of the case and the penalty imposed upon the accused, the undersigned counsel in the interest of justice most respectfully prays to the Honorable Court to reconsider and set aside the said order and that the Motion to Appeal as Pauper Litigant be heard together with this motion for Reconsideration on June 12, 2008 both at 8:30 oclock in the morning. PRAYER WHEREFORE, premises considered, it is respectfully prayed to the Honorable Court to reconsider and set aside the said order and that the Motion to Appeal as Pauper Litigant be heard together with this motion for Reconsideration. Other reliefs and remedies just and equitable under the premises are likewise prayed for. Baguio City, Philippines, this 8th day of June, 2008.

Assisted by: ____________ RENNAN KARL Attorney for Defendant No. 123, Camp Allen, Baguio City PTR NO. 1987654 12-17-08 IBP OR NO. 987173 12-17-08 ROLL NO. 12345 07-20-08 TIN 911-119-246 NOTICE AND REQUEST: THE CLERK OF COURT RTC 1, Baguio City Greetings: Please note that on June 12, 2008 both at 8:30 oclock in the morning or as soon as the undersigned counsel may be heard, he will submit the foregoing Motion for the consideration and approval of the Honorable Court. Copy Furnished: ________________ ATTY. LILI CHUNIN LILICHUNIN AND CRISPY LAW OFFFICES Baguio City, Philippines _________________________ PROS. JOBERT MAL DITA Office of the City Prosecutor Baguio City, Philippines EXPLANATION

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Service of a copy to the Office of the City Prosecutor is done through registered mail with return card due to lack of personnel to affect personal filing. ________________ RENNAN A. KARL Form No. 6. MOTION FOR BILL OF PARTICULARS REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 1, BAGUIO CITY LUKA U. LUKO, Plaintiff, CRIMINAL CASE NO. 12334 versusFor: SHEGGY B. BALIW, Accused. x--------------------------------------------------------x MOTION FOR BILL OF PARTICULARS COMES NOW, Defendant through the undersigned counsel in the above-entitled case, and to this Honorable Court respectfully alleges that: 1. That the plaintiffs complaint in par. 4 alleges: From June 2, 2007 to October 2007, defendant never paid anything to herein plaintiff. The check that he issued as partial payment for the first month also bounced. 2. The said allegation is not averred with sufficient definiteness and particularity, specially it does not mention the amount of the check therein mentioned, its check number, date, and the drawee bank; 3. That a more definite statement on the matters as above-indicated is necessary in order to enable the defendant to prepare its

responsive pleading because form the very onset of this controversy, the main dispute was on what was actually and exactly agreed upon by the parties as the amount of monthly rentals on the lease of plaintiffs property; 4. That a bill of particulars or a more definite statement as to particulars of the said check which was allegedly issued by the defendants as partial payment for the first month would definitely simplify the issues in this case, and hopefully uncomplicated the negotiations between the parties for an amicable settlement. PRAYER WHEREFORE, premises considered, Defendant most respectfully prays that an order be issued by this Honorable Court requiring the Plaintiff to make more definite statement as to the particulars of the check mentioned in paragraph 5 of his complaint, particularly stating the amount of the check, its check number, date, and the drawee bank; Other relief and remedies just and equitable under the premises are likewise prayed for. Baguio City, Philippines, this 8th day of June, 2008. _______________ SHEGGY B. BALIW Accused Assisted by: ____________ RENNAN KARL Attorney for Defendant No. 123, Camp Allen, Baguio City PTR NO. 1987654 12-17-08 IBP OR NO. 987173 12-17-08 ROLL NO. 12345 07-20-08 TIN 911-119-246

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THE CLERK OF COURT RTC 1, Baguio City Greetings:

NOTICE AND REQUEST:

Plaintiff, CRIMINAL CASE NO. 124-R -versusFor: SHEGGY B. BALIW, Accused. x-----------------------------------x MOTION FOR REDUCTION OF BAILBOND COMES NOW, the accused SHEGGY B. BALIW through the undersigned counsel in the above-entitled case, and to this Honorable Court respectfully alleges that: 1. The accused, SHEGGOY BALIW is charged for RAPE now pending before this Honorable Court with Criminal case No. 12334-R; 2. That the recommended bond for his provisional liberty is in the amount of TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS (Php 200,000.00); 3. That accused considering that he is at this time suffering from financial constraints can only produce the amount of ONE HUNRED THOUSAND PESOS (Php 100,000.00) CASH; 4. That accused needs his temporary liberty in order for him to gather all the necessary evidence for his proper defense from this baseless accusation which he cannot do if inside the prison; 5. That the accused together with his family is a permanent resident of this Province, particularly at No. 999 Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City and therefore the possibility for him to jump bail is too nil; 6. That the accused promise to attend all scheduled hearing in the above entitled case and obeys all processes of this Honorable Court. WHEREFORE, premises considered and in view of the foregoing, it is respectfully prayed to the Honorable Court that the recommended bond of 200,000.00 will be reduced to 100,000.00 CASH. UC College of Law

Please note that on June 12, 2008 both at 8:30 oclock in the morning or as soon as the undersigned counsel may be heard, he will submit the foregoing Motion for the consideration and approval of the Honorable Court. Copy Furnished: ________________ ATTY. LILI CHUNIN LILICHUNIN AND CRISPY LAW OFFFICES Baguio City, Philippines _________________________ PROS. JOBERT MAL DITA Office of the City Prosecutor Baguio City, Philippines EXPLANATION Service of a copy to the Office of the City Prosecutor is done through registered mail with return card due to lack of personnel to affect personal filing. ________________ RENNAN A. KARL Form No. 7. MOTION FOR REDUCTION OF BAIL REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BRANCH 1, BAGUIO CITY THE PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES,

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Other relief and remedies just and equitable under the premises are likewise prayed for. Baguio City, Philippines, this 8th day of June, 2008. ____________ RENNAN KARL Attorney for Defendant No. 123, Camp Allen, Baguio City PTR NO. 1987654 12-17-08 IBP OR NO. 987173 12-17-08 ROLL NO. 12345 07-20-08 TIN 911-119-246 Conforme: ______________ SHEGGY BALIW Accused NOTICE AND REQUEST: THE CLERK OF COURT RTC 1, Baguio City Greetings: Please note that on June 12, 2008 both at 8:30 oclock in the morning or as soon as the undersigned counsel may be heard, he will submit the foregoing Motion for the consideration and approval of the Honorable Court. ________________ RENNAN A. KARL Copy Furnished: _________________________ PROS. JOBERT MAL DITA Office of the City Prosecutor Baguio City, Philippines VI. NOTICES NOTICE "information concerning a fact, actually communicated to a person by an authorized person, or actually derived by him from a proper source." Form No. 1. NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES FIRST JUDICIAL REGION REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 8, BAGUIO CITY JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ, Plaintiff, - versus-

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NOVITA B. ORTIZ, Defendant. x---------------------------x To: Register of Deeds Baguio City

For:

Action to Recover Possession of Real Estate

NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES FIRST JUDICIAL REGION REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 8, BAGUIO CITY NOTICE OF ADVERSE CLAIM The Register of Deeds Baguio City Sir: The undersigned hereby files this adverse claim of undersigned on the property covered by TCT No. 08190 of the Registry of Deeds of Baguio City, and hereby states as follows: The TCT No. 08190 covers a parcel of land which has the following technical description: A parcel of land situated at Quezon Hill, Baguio City, bounded by the North by Lot No. 4852, on the East by the national road; on the South by Lot No. 4816 and 4859 and on the West by Lot No. 4818, containing an area of sixteen thousand (16,000) square meters, more or less. The undersigned bought said land from Jum Boe but since the undersigned was a minor at the time of the purchase, he requested Mr. Pedro de la Cruz, his uncle to register the same in his name for the undersigneds benefit and to be held in trust for the undersigned, and his uncle agreed and so the land was registered in his name. The undersigned is the real and actual owner of said property, and not the registered owner thereof, and to protect his interest thereto as actual owner, this adverse claim is being registered on said TCT, to warn any third person from buying the same. Claimants address is #045, Central Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet.

Please be notified that on January 5, 2009, the plaintiff in the aboveentitled case filed an action, now pending trial in the RTC of Baguio, for recovery of possession of real property of certain parcel of land is situated in Quezon Hill, Baguio City, Philippines, and more particularly described in TCT no. 08912 as follows, to wit: A parcel of land situated at Quezon Hill, Baguio City, bounded by the North by Lot No. 4852, on the East by the national road; on the South by Lot No. 4816 and 4859 and on the West by Lot No. 4818, containing an area of sixteen thousand (16,000) square meters, more or less. You are therefore requested to record this notice of the pendency of the above-entitled action, for all legal purposes. Baguio City, Philippines, March 2, 2009. __________________________ ATTY. CARLITOS T. PRADO Attorney for the Plaintiff #45 GSM Bldg., Session Rd., Baguio City Appointment No. 69 until December, 2009 Roll of Attorney No. _______ PTR No. _________; IBP No. _________;

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Baguio City, Philippines, 2 March, 2009. _______________________ JUAN P. DE LA CRUZ JR. Affiant

Session Rd., Baguio City Please take notice that on March 2, 2009 the undersigned counsel for plaintiff in Civil Case No. CV-1234, entitled Action to Recover Possession of Real Estate, RTC Baguio City, will take the deposition of Mr. Jum Boe, with address at # 56 Kayang Street, Baguio City, before Notary Public Atty. Taran Tado at the latters address on March 5, 2009 at 10:00 a.m., upon oral examination. The oral examination will continue from day to day at the same time and place until the oral examination is completed. Baguio City, Philippines, 2 March, 2009. ___________ ABO GADO Atty. for Plaintiff 2/F Porta Vaga Bldg., Session Rd., Baguio City Roll No. 12345678 PTR No. 976030 01/05/09 IBP No. 8500656 01/06/09 Copy Furnished: _______________ ____________ Atty. Juan Reyes Mr. Jum Boe Counsel for Defendant # 56 Kayang 3/F Porta Vaga Bldg. Baguio City Session Rd., Baguio City

Form No. 3. NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITION UPON ORAL EXAMINATION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES FIRST JUDICIAL REGION REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 8, BAGUIO CITY JUAN DE LA CRUZ, Plaintiff, - versusCIVIL CASE NO. CV - 1234 JOSE PEDRO, For: Action to Recover Possession Defendant. of Real Estate x----------------------x NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITION UPON ORAL EXAMINATION _______________ Atty. Juan Reyes Counsel for Defendant 3/F Porta Vaga Bldg.

________________ Atty. Taran Tado St. 2/F Porta Vaga Bldg. Session Rd., Baguio

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Plaintiff, - versusCIVIL CASE NO. CV - 1234 JOSE PEDRO, For: Action to Recover Possession Defendant. Of Real Estate x----------------------x NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITION UPON WRITTEN INTERROGATORIES ________________ Atty. Juan Reyes Counsel for Defendant 3/F Porta Vaga Bldg. Session Rd., Baguio City Please take notice that on March 2, 2009 the undersigned counsel for plaintiff in Civil Case No. CV-1234, entitled Action to Recover Possession of Real Estate, RTC Baguio City, will take the deposition of Mr. Jum Boe, with address at # 56 Kayang Street, Baguio City, before Notary Public Atty. Taran Tado at the latters address on March 5, 2009 at 10:00 a.m., upon written interrogatories and to continue from day to day at the same time and place until the interrogatories shall have been completed. Attached are the written interrogatories. Baguio City, Philippines, 2 March, 2009. ABO GADO Atty. For Plaintiff Details Copy Furnished: Form No. 5. NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS REPORT AND SETTING IT FOR HEARING REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES FIRST JUDICIAL REGION REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 8, BAGUIO CITY JUAN DE LA CRUZ,

Plaintiff, - versusCIVIL CASE NO. CV - 1234 JOSE PEDRO, For: Action to Recover Possession Defendant. of Real Estate x----------------------x NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS REPORT AND SETTING IT FOR HEARING _______________ Atty. Abo Gado Counsel for Plaintiff 2/F Porta Vaga Bldg. Session Rd., Baguio City _______________ Atty. Juan Reyes Counsel for Defendant 2/F Porta Vaga Bldg. Session Rd., Baguio City Please be notified that Commissioner Jum Boe has submitted his report to the court on the issues referred to him by the order of reference dated February 27, 2009. you are hereby given ten (10) days from receipt hereof to signify your objections, if any, to the findings of the commissioner. After the 10-day period, please also be notified that the report will be set for hearing on March 9, 2009 at 8:30 oclock in the morning, for adopting, modifying or rejecting the report, in whole or in part, or requiring the parties to present further evidence before the commissioner or the court. Baguio City, Philippines, 2 March, 2009. ___________ JOHN DOE Clerk of Court Regional Trial Court Branch 8, Baguio City Form No. 6. NOTICE OF HEARING

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES FIRST JUDICIAL REGION REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 8, BAGUIO CITY JUAN DE LA CRUZ, Plaintiff, - versusJOSE PEDRO, Defendant. x----------------------x JUAN DE LA CRUZ, Plaintiff, - versusJOSE PEDRO, Defendant. x----------------------x

FIRST JUDICIAL REGION REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 8, BAGUIO CITY

CIVIL CASE NO. CV - 1234 For: Action to Recover Possession of Real Estate NOTICE OF HEARING

CIVIL CASE NO. CV - 1234 For: Action to Recover Possession of Real Estate NOTICE OF DEATH OF PARTY

______________ Atty. Abo Gado Counsel for Plaintiff 2/F Porta Vaga Bldg. Session Rd., Baguio City Sir: Please be informed that the undersigned counsel has set the foregoing motion for hearing on march 9, 2009 at 8:30 oclock in the morning for the consideration of the Honorable court or soon thereafter as counsel may be heard. _________________ Atty. JUAN REYES Counsel for Defendant 3/F Porta Vaga Bldg., Session Rd.,Baguio City Roll No. 12345678 PTR No. 976030 01/05/09 IPB No. 8500656 01/06/09 Copy Furnished: Form No. 7. NOTICE OF DEATH OF PARTY REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

The undersigned counsel hereby gives notice that Mr. Jose Pedro died on February 28, 2009, his death certificate being attached hereto as Annex 1. The heirs or representatives of said deceased are the following:

1. Mrs. Linda K. Pedro, who is the widower of the deceased and


presently residing at Km. 3, La Trinidad, Benguet;

2. Mr. Pablo Pedro, the father of the deceased and residing at 3 55


Lower Brookside, Baguio City. Baguio City, Philippines, 2 March, 2009. ______________ JUAN REYES Atty. For Defendant 3/F Porta Vaga Bldg.,Session Rd., Baguio City Roll No. 12345678 PTR No. 976031 01/05/09 No. 8500657 01/06/09 Copy Furnished: ABO GADO

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Atty. For Plaintiff 2/F Porta Vaga Bldg. Session Rd., Baguio City

provisional liberty of the accused be considered, maintained and approved as his bond for his provisional liberty during the pendency of the appeal. Mamburao, Occidental Mindoro, March 2, 2009. ____________ JUAN REYES Atty. For Defendant Malig, Mambura, Occidental Mindoro Roll No. 12345678 PTR No. 976031 01/05/09 IPB No. 8500657 01/06/09 Copy Furnished: ____________ ABO GADO Atty. For Plaintiff Office of the Prosecutor Mamburao, Occidental Mindoro

Form No. 8. NOTICE OF HEARING REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT MAMBURAO, OCCIDENTAL MINDORO PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Plaintiff, CRIMINAL CASE NO. CC-123 - versusFor: Theft JUAN DE LA CRUZ, Accused. x-----------------------------x NOTICE OF HEARING ACCUSED, by counsel, hereby gives notice, within the required 15day period, that he is appealing the judgment of the Honorable Court, which was promulgated on February 27, 2008, to the Regional Trial Court, the said judgment being contrary to law and the facts. Copy of this notice of appeal is served on the Office of the Prosecutor. Accused moves and prays that the original bond for the provisional liberty of the accused be considered and approved as his bond for his provisional liberty during the pendency of the appeal. WHEREFORE, accused prays that the records of the case be elevated to the RTC for its action thereon, and that the original bond for the

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denying certain matters of fact, or other statements by them in support of derogation of certain principles of law, which are intended to have the effect of disclosing to the court the real matter in dispute. VII. PLEADINGS, PETITIONS & COMPLAINTS COMPLAINT is a sworn written statement charging a person with an offense, subscribed by the offended party, any peace officer or other public officer charged with the enforcement of the law violated (Rule 110, Section 3, ROC) ESSENTIAL PARTS OF A COMPLAINT 1. Caption 2. Heading 3. Opening Sentence 4. Body alleging facts or omissions constituting a crime 5. Contrary to Law 6. Oath of Complainant with his/her signature 7. Certification of the Prosecutor 8. Jurat DIRECT FILING OF COMPLAINT 1. Caption 2. Heading 3. Opening Sentence 4. Body alleging facts or omissions constituting the crime 5. Signature 6. Jurat PETITION is a formal written request or prayer for a certain thing to be done. It connotes an application in writing addressed to a court or judge, stating facts and circumstances relied upon as a cause for judicial action, and containing a prayer for relief. PLEADINGS statements, in logical and legal form, of the facts that constitute plaintiff's cause of action and defendant's ground of defense. They are either allegations by the parties affirming or MISCELLANEOUS PLEADINGS these are the documents attached to the main pleadings, or being issued as another independent pleading other than the compliant or answer. FORM No. 1. APPEARANCE AS COUNSEL REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 5, BAGUIO CITY RICHARD ONG, Plaintiff. CIVIL CASE NO. 123 -versusFor: Unlawful Detainer CHRISTI PEREZ, Defendant. x-----------------------------------x APPEARANCE AS COUNSEL The Clerk of Court Regional Trial Court of the City of Baguio Branch 5 Sir: Please enter the appearance of the undersigned as counsel for the defendant in the above entitled case for all legal purposes. February 29, 2009. _______________ KRIS AQUINO Attorney for the Defendant Suit 45, Mt. Crest Hotel,Baguio City

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Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet FORM No. 2. WITHDRAWAL OF COUNSEL WITH SUBSTITUTION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 5, BAGUIO CITY RICHARD ONG, Plaintiff. CIVIL CASE NO. 123 -versusFor: Unlawful Detainer CHRISTI PEREZ, Defendant. x-----------------------------------x The Clerk of Court Regional Trial Court of the City of Baguio Branch 5 COMES NOW, Attorney BOBBY ANDERSON, counsel of record for the defendant and to this Honorable Court respectfully moves to withdraw as counsel of said defendant with the express consent of said defendant as shown in this motion; That in the substitution thereof, Attorney JET LEE, whose services have been engaged by defendant hereby enters her appearance as counsel for the defendant; That upon approval of this Honorable Court, all pleadings, notices and papers in connection with this case be addressed to new counsel Atty. Jet Lee with address at No. 34, Puso ng Bagio Bldng., Session Rd., Baguio City Baguio City, Philippines, this 29 OLD COUNSEL: ___________________ th day of February, 2009. NEW COUNSEL: ________ UC College of Law

BOBBY ANDERSON
Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet IBP No. 1234, Benguet PTR No. 112134, Benguet

JET LEE
#34, Puso ng Baguio Bldng., IBP No. 2468, Baguio City PTR NO. 0876, Baguio City

With my consent: __________________ CHRISTINA PEREZ


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Form No. 3. PETITION FOR LEGAL SEPARATION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 10, BAGUIO CITY JUANA MIGUEL, Petitioner, -versusJOHN MIGUEL, Respondent. x------------------------------x CIVIL CASE NO.______ For: Legal Separation

PETITION PETITIONER, by counsel and to this Honorable Court, alleges: Petitioner is of legal age and with residence at Sunset St., Baguio City, while respondent is also of legal age and has his address at Sunrise St., Baguio City, where he may be served with summons and other legal processes. 1. Petitioner and respondent are husband and wife, who were married on May 10, 2000 at the Baguio Cathedral, Baguio City. 2. After three (3) years of marriage, petitioner begot 2 children from his respondent husband, named Nick and Vince Carter, and through their joint efforts the petitioner and respondent were able to acquire two parcels of land located in Quezon City, one of which is where petitioner lives with her two children. 3. Respondent showed acts of marital irresponsibility after one year of their married. He became alcoholic and frequently quarreled with petitioner, to the extent of inflicting physical violence, for no apparent reason so much so that petitioner suffered many physical injuries.

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4. Petitioner frequently would leave the conjugal home for days, and she found out later that he was living with another woman in another place, and he stopped giving support to petitioner and his two children. On or about October 7, 2008, he abandoned the conjugal home and lived permanently with his common-law wife, without any justifiable reason with whom he begot a child named, Jose. 5. Respondent has a well-paying job as manager of L & R company where he receives a monthly salary of P55, 000.00, and is also engaged in selling real estate, from which income he can well afford to support his two children with petitioner. WHEREFORE, after due hearing, judgment be rendered declaring a decree of legal separation between petitioner and respondent, ordering the liquidation of the conjugal property, and requiring respondent to give support to petitioner and her two children until they reached majority age or until they finished their college education, in such amount as the Honorable Court may reasonably fix. Petitioner further prays for such relief as are provided in law and as may be just and equitable in the premises. Baguio City, Philippines, March 3, 2009. _____________ JACKY CHAN Counsel for the Petitioner Juniper Bldg., Baguio City Roll of Attorneys No. PTR No. ____ IBP No. _____ Serial No. of Commission VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION AGAINST FORUM SHOPPING JURAT Service of petition to City or Provincial Prosecutor and to creditors Proof of service.

Form No. 4. PETITION FOR NULLITY OF MARRIAGE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 10, BAGUIO CITY MAAN PANYONG, Petitioner, versusMINDO PANYONG, Respondent. x------------------------------x CIVIL CASE NO.______ For: Declaration of Nullity of Marriage

PETITION PETITIONER MAAN PANYONG, by counsel and to this Honorable Court, alleges: 1. Petitioner is of legal age and with residence at Zamora St, Baguio City, while her husband respondent Mindo Panyong, is also of legal age and at present is residing at Corono St., Baguio City. 2. On June 12, 2000, petitioner and respondent got married at the Baguio Cathedral. 3. They lived at Zamora St., Baguio City and petitioner noticed that he gave so many excuses why he would not have sex with her. For about one year since their marriage, he never had any sex with her, which was the reason for many of their quarrels. Such quarrels led him to frequently leave the conjugal home, and when he would return at unholy hour of the night, he was drunk and would immediately go to sleep.

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4. Petitioner had been convincing her husband to go to a physician for consultation and, if required, for treatment, but he refused. Petitioner instead went to see and consult psychiatrist about the problems of her husband, and the doctor-psychiatrist informed her that respondent was suffering from psychological incapacity. 5. In the more than one year of their marriage, respondent did not have any sex with her, nor would he even allow petitioner to touch his private parts, no to kiss him, to such an extent that their lives became so unbearable that constrained her to file the instant petition for declaration of nullity to void marriage on the ground of psychological incapacity, pursuant to Article 36 of the Family Code. 6. It has been held that the prolonged refusal of a spouse to have sexual intercourse with the other spouse is a sign of psychological incapacity. WHEREFORE, petitioner prays that judgment be rendered, declaring petitioners marriage to respondent as null and void, and for such other reliefs as may be just and equitable in the premises. Baguio City, Philippines, March 3, 2009. _____________ JACKY CHAN Counsel for the Petitioner Juniper Bldg., Baguio City Roll of Attorneys No. PTR No. ____ IBP No. _____ Serial No. of Commission VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION AGAINST FORUM SHOPPING JURAT Service of petition to City or Provincial Prosecutor and to creditors Proof of service.

Form No. 5. PETITION FOR CONTRACT RESCISSION WITH DAMAGES REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 24, BAGUIO CITY ENRIQUE IGLESIAS, Plaintiff, -versusDAVID POMERANZ, Defendant. x---------------------------------------x CIVIL CASE. NO. _______ For: Rescision Of Contract With Damages

COMPLAINT PLAINTIFF, through the undersigned counsel, unto this Honorable Court, respectfully states: 1. Plaintiff is a Filipino, of legal age, married to SARAH JANE, and a resident of Camp 7, Baguio City; while defendant is likewise a Filipino, of legal age, married to RACIEL GO and a resident of Poliwes, Baguio City, where he may be served with summons and other court processes; 2. Plaintiff is engaged in the trading of rice, sugar and other merchandise while defendant is the owner of a rice mill and is also engaged in the wholesale of different varieties of rice. 3. On June 20, 2008, plaintiff entered into an agreement with the defendant for the purchase of one thousand (1,000) cavans of Sinandomeng rice at the rate of One Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (P1,500.00) each. 4. Under the agreement, plaintiff shall pay a down payment equivalent to fifty percent (50%) of the total purchase price and the balance to be paid when he picks up the merchandise from defendants rice mill on July 30, 2008.

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A copy of the agreement dated June 20, 2008 is hereto attached as Annex A and made an integral part hereof. 5. Pursuant to their agreement, plaintiff paid to defendant the amount of Five Hundred Thousand Pesos (P500, 000.00) representing the fifty percent (50%) down payment. A copy of the receipt issued by the defendant is hereto attached as Annex B and made an integral part hereof. 6. On July 30, 2008, plaintiff went to the defendants rice mill to pick up the one thousand (1,000) cavans of Sinandomeng rice and to pay the balance of P500, 000.00. 7. Defendant, however, informed the plaintiff that he cannot deliver to the plaintiff the entire one thousand (1,000) cavans of Sinandomeng rice and that all he has in his rice mill was only one hundred (100) cavans. Defendant instead offered a different variety of rice but of lower quality. Plaintiff refused and insisted on the refund of the P500, 000.000 down payments he paid to the defendant. 8. plaintiff. Defendant, however, refused to return the amount paid by the

defendant should likewise be held liable to pay P150, 000.00 as nominal damages. 12. As a result of defendants wanton refusal to re turn the amount paid by the plaintiff and to rescind their earlier agreement, plaintiff was compelled to litigate and for the purpose, have to engage the services of the undersigned law firm for a fee of P100, 000.00. 13. Defendant should likewise be held liable for interest at the legal rate, litigation expenses and costs of suit. PRAYER WHEREFORE, premises considered, it is respectfully prayed that judgment be rendered in favor of the plaintiff and against the defendant, as follows: 1. Ordering the rescission of the agreement dated June 20, 2008; 2. Ordering the return of the amount of P500, 000.00 to the plaintiff, plus interest thereon at the legal date from date until full payment thereof; 3. Ordering the defendant to pay the plaintiff the following sums: a. P150, 000.00 as and for moral damages; b. P150, 000.00 as and for exemplary damages; c. P100, 000.00 as and for attorneys fees; d. Litigation expenses; and e. Costs of suit. Plaintiff prays for such relief as may be just and equitable in the premises. Baguio City, Philippines, March 3, 2009. _____________ JACKY CHAN Counsel for the Petitioner Juniper Bldg., Baguio City Roll of Attorneys No. PTR No. ____

9. Plaintiff demanded for the return of the amount he paid to the defendant and for the rescission of their earlier agreement but his demand fell and deaf ears. A copy of plaintiffs demand letter is hereto attached as Annex C and made an integral part hereof. 10. Defendant is evidently guilty of bad faith in refusing to return the amount paid by the plaintiff without even giving any valid or justifiable reason, which caused the latter mental anguish, serious anxiety, moral shock and other similar injury, for which the defendant should be held liable to pay P150, 000.00 as moral damages. 11. By way of example or correction for the public good, and to deter other like-minded individuals from trampling upon the rights of others,

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Copy furnished Form No. 7. APPLICATION FOR PROBATION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION LA TRINIDAD BENGUET PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Plaintiff. CRIM. CASE NO. R-4474 -versusFor: Serious Physical Injuries JOSEPH OLSIM y.. CALION, Accused. x--------------------------------------x APPLICATION FOR PROBATION WITH UTMOST DEFERENCE TO THE HONORABLE COURT, The accused, through the undersigned counsel, unto this Honorable Court, respectfully states that: 1. On July 16, 2003, the Honorable Court rendered judgment on the above captioned case convicting him of the crime of Serious Physical Injuries and sentencing him to suffer the penalty of imprisonment, the dispositive portion of which reads as follows, to wit: Wherefore, judgment is hereby rendered, finding the accused guilty of serious physical injuries defined and penalized under Art. 263 of the Revised Penal Code, who is hereby sentenced to suffer an indeterminate penalty of two (2) months and one (1) day of Arresto Mayor, as minimum and one (1) year and four (4) months of Prison Correccional, as maximum. On the Civil aspect, accused is hereby rdered to pay the complainant the amount of one hundred thousand (Php 100,000.00) as reimbursement of actual expenses.. SO ORDERED.

Form No. 6. DEMAND LETTER (ESTAFA) REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 5, BAGUIO CITY DEMAND LETTER TO: JAMES TAPADOR Accused. ATTY. MAU TANG Counsel for the Accused Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet 2600 Philippines You are hereby demanded by the private complainant, Anne Curtis, through counsel, to pay the gross amount of Php 500,000.00 as ordered by the Regional Trial Court in payment for the damages and costs of the case entitled People of the Philippines versus James Tapador, docketed as crim. Case no. 123 for the crime of estafa on the designated date herein announced by the court. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded. _________________ ROMEO J. LIET, III Clerk, Regional Trial Court Of Baguio City CRIM. CASE NO. 123 For: Estafa

Approved by: ___________________ JAY VILLANUEVA, SR. Judge, RTC Branch 5

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La Trinidad, benguet, June 30, 2003,xxx (emphasis and italics supplied) 2. In view of the foregoing judgment, the accused hereby most respectfully apply before the Honorable Court for probation and further states that he is not among those disqualified offenders to avail of the benefits of probation as provided for under Sec. 9, of PD No. 968, as amended, to wit: xxx section 9. Disqualified Offenders. the benefits of this Decree shall not be extended to those: (f) Sentenced to serve a maximum term of imprisonment of more than six (6) years; (g) Convicted of subversion or any crime against national security or the public order; (h) who have previously been convicted by final judgment of an offense punished by imprisonment of not less than one month and one day and/or a fine not less than two hundred pesos; (i) Who have been once on probation under the provisions of this decree; and (j) Who are already serving sentence at the time the substantive provisions of this Decree became applicable pursuant to section 33 hereof. (Italics supplied) 3. Moreover, he did not perfect nor does he intended to appeal the aforementioned judgment of the Honorable Court; 4. He further undertakes to faithfully and religiously to comply with the conditions of probation as provided for under PD 968 (The Probation Law) or as may be ordered by the Honorable Court should his application for probation be granted. PRAYER WHEREFORE PREMISES CONSIDERED, it is respectfully prayed of this Honorable Court that this pleading be noted and made part of the records of this case.

It is further prayed that this application of the accused to avail of the benefits of probation be granted; and such other relief and remedies just and equitable under the premises are likewise prayed for. La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, this 28th day of July 2003. ___________ JAKE BAKER Counsel for the Accused Unit 26, Hillside Square, km. 4 La Trinidad, Benguet PTR No. 12345, Benguet IBP No. 98750, Benguet Roll No. 123, 5-4-00 NOTICE OF HEARING THE BRANCH CLERK OF COURT MTC, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines Dear Madam: Kindly submit the foregoing pleading for the consideration of the Honorable Court soon upon receipt hereof without further oral arguments and sans the appearance of counsel. Thank You. Copy Furnished Form No. 8. COMPROMISE AGREEMENT REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 5, BAGUIO CITY _____________ JAKE BAKER Counsel for the Accused

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THE PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Plaintiff, CRIM. CASE NO. 123 -versusFor: Serious Physical Injuries AGUSTIN RUFINO, Defendant. x----------------------------------x COMPROMISE AGREEMENT WITH DUE RESPECT TO THE HONORABLE COURT, This Compromise Agreement is entered into by and between: NICANOR B. MENZI, of legal age, married, Filipino and the private complainant in this case, hereinafter referred to as FIRST PARTY; and AGUSTIN RUFINO, of legal age, Filipino and the accused in this case, hereinafter referred to as SECOND PARTY; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the SECOND PARTY admitted to be responsible in paying all the medical expenses of the FIRST PARTY; WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY is scheduled for operation of his injuries he sustained, specifically his eyes, which expenses thereof will be shouldered by the SECOND PARTY as well as the expenses for the follow up check - ups of the former; WHEREAS, by reason of this agreement, the FIRST PARTY humbly requests the prosecutor to move for the dismissal of this case; NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereby entered to this agreement, freely and voluntarily, to put an end to this case. The parties agree to the following terms and conditions: 1. The second party admitted to be responsible in paying all the medical expenses of the first party;

2. The first party is scheduled for operation which expenses hereof will be shouldered by the second party as well as the expenses for the follow up check - ups; 3. The first party humbly requests the prosecutor to move for the dismissal of this case; The parties shall faithfully comply with the terms and conditions of this agreement. Failure to comply with any of the terms and conditions set herein by any of the parties shall render this agreement null and void and without effect whatsoever. The parties hereby submit this compromise agreement for the consideration of the Honorable Court. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto affixed our signatures this 8th day of January, 2009 at Baguio City, Philipppines. _________________ NICANOR MENZI First Party/Private Complainant ___________________ AGUSTINO RUFINO Second party/Accused

Assisted By: ____________________________ ___________________ PROS. SHERYL SHONTOGAN ATTY. JAIME CANITE Designated Prosecutor Counsel for the accused ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 9. APPEARANCE AS COUNSEL REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 7, BAGUIO CITY PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPINES, Plaintiff. -versusCRIM. CASE NO. 123 E For: Estafa

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CHRISTINE SOTTO,

Defendant. x---------------------------------------------x APPEARANCE AS COUNSEL The Clerk of Court Regional Trial Court of Baguio City Branch 7 Sir: Please enter the appearance of the undersigned as counsel for the defendant in the above entitled case for all legal purposes. March 4, 2009. ____________________ (Sgd) JAMES ALLAN Counsel for defendant No. 2, Unit 4,Suit 5 Espie Bldng., Kennon Rd., Baguio City Copy Furnished Attorney for the Plaintiff: _____________________ ATTY. DINA BOYSEN Form No. 10. PETITION FOR CORRECTION OF AN ENTRY REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 24, BAGUIO CITY In the Matter for Correction of Entry in the civil registry as to the father of the child JOSE MELENCIO, Petitioner, -versusSP. PROC. NO. _______ For: Correction of an Entry UC College of Law

The Civil Registrar of Baguio City, The Solicitor General and the City Prosecutor of Baguio City and Petra Melencio Defendant. x---------------------------------------x PETITION PETITIONER, by counsel and to this Honorable Court, alleges: 1. Petitioner is of legal age, legally married with Aira Sanji, with whom he has 3 children. Petitioner and his wife have their residence at San Luis, Baguio City. 2. On our about May 12, 2008, a person who introduced himself as Luis Santos and a boy of about 8 years old called on him at petitioners residence and Luis Santos told petitioner that the boy was petitioners child, born on April 7, 2000, and showed him a Xerox copy of a birth certificate showing that the boys name was Leo Melencio, his parents were a certain Petra Melencio and Jose Melencio, the same name of herein petitioner, and that Petra Melencio was married to Jose Melencio. Luis Santos was asking petitioner was asking petitioner for financial support of the boy. 3. Investigation showed that the person who gave information and data that were reflected in the birth certificate of the boy was a woman who claimed to be Petra Melencio; that the mothers true name was Patricia Valdez; that she gave birth to the boy at the Baguio General Hospital, which in turn transmitted the birth certificate for recording at the Baguio City Civil Registry; that the mother was a single mother, and the boy was born out of wedlock, with no known father; and that the woman who claimed to be Petra Melencio had been residing at Slaughter Compound, Baguio City were she may be given notice. 4. The information and data in the birth certificate that petitioner was the father of the boy; the petitioner was married to Petra Melencio; and that the surname of both was Melencio as referring to petitioners surname were all false and had no basis in fact, and the informant of data shown in said certificate committed falsification, in an attempt to extort money from petitioner.

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5. There is need to correct the information in said certificate of birth of the boy, by deleting the information that petitioner was the father of the boy, that the boys surname was Melencio and that petitioner was married to Petra Melencio, for the peace of mind of petitioner and the members of his family and for the sake of truth. WHEREFORE, petitioner prays that the Civil Registrar of the Baguio City, the City Prosecutor, the Solicitor General, and the woman named Petra Melencio be summoned to answer the petition; and that after notice, publication and hearing, judgment be rendered correcting the certificate of birth of the boy made Luis Santos by deleting from said certificate the surname Melencio, the fact of marriage of Petra Melencio to petitioner, of petitioners being the father of the boy Luis Santos, and for such other reliefs as may be just and equitable in the premises. Baguio City, Philippines, March 3, 2009. _____________ JACKY CHAN Counsel for the Petitioner Juniper Bldg., Baguio City Roll of Attorneys No. PTR No. ____ IBP No. _____ Serial No. of Commission VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION AGAINST FORUM SHOPPING JURAT

of Pedro Baliw to Pedro Velez. PEDRO BALIW, x-----------------------------------------x

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PETITION PETITIONER, by counsel and to this Honorable Court, alleges: 1. Petitioner is of legal age, single and with residence at Bakbakan, Baguio City. 2. Petitioner was born on October 11, 1988 and his fathers name was Wakat Baliw, while his mothers name was Martha Velez. His birth certificate showed that the name given as Pedro Baliw, true copy of which is attached hereto as Annex A. His school records until he finished high school carried the name of Pedro Baliw. 3. Petitioner has no alias name. 4. The family name, which he carries, Baliw, means in English Insane, which has evoked derisive laughter among his schoolmates and neighbors and has caused him embarrassment, in his social and school dealings. 5. Petitioner desires to change his name from Pedro Baliw to Pedro Velez, which is the surname of his mother, to avoid derisive laughter among his playmates and schoolmates in high school and prevent embarrassment, as he now intends to further his studies in college, and, after college, to marry and go into business. He did not want that his children would suffer the same derisive remarks and embarrassment, as what petitioner had suffered for long. WHEREFORE, petitioner prays that after notice, publication, and hearing, judgment be rending changing petitioners name from Pedro Baliw to Pedro Velez. Baguio City, Philippines, March 3, 2009. _____________ JACKY CHAN Counsel for the Petitioner Juniper Bldg., Baguio City Roll of Attorneys No. PTR No. ____

Form No.11. PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 24, BAGUIO CITY In the Matter of change of name

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IBP No. _____ Commission VERIFICATION JURAT Form No.12. PETITION FOR HABEAS CORPUS REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES SUPREME COURT MANILA In the Matter of Petition for Habeas Corpus of Senator Arthur Gomez.

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4. More than three (3) days had passed since the arrest and detention of Senator Arthur Gomez without the latter being judicially charged in court for rebellion, thereby rendering his detention illegal. 5. Efforts to visit Senator Arthur Gomez proved futile, as respondents and those guarding him prevented petitioner and her lawyers to see and talk to him. WHEREFORE, Petitioner prays that respondents and those acting for their behalf at Camp Aguinaldo be directed to appear before this Honorable Court, produce the body of Senator Arthur Gomez, and explain why the latter should not be set at liberty forthwith and without delay. Baguio City, Philippines, March 3, 2009. _____________ JACKY CHAN Counsel for the Petitioner Juniper Bldg., Baguio City Roll of Attorneys No. PTR No. ____ IBP No. _____ Commission VERIFICATION JURAT Form No.13. PETITION FOR VOLUNTARY RECOGNITION OF A MINOR REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 1, BAGUIO CITY In the Matter of Voluntary Recognition of minor child Dwayne Wade. SP. PROC. NO. BRYAN WADE, Petitioner.

AURELIA GOMEZ, Petitioner, SP. PROC. NO. __ -versusFor: Habeas Corpus Chief of Police Police Superintendent , x---------------------------------------------x PETITION PETITIONER, by counsel and to this Honorable Court alleges: 1. Petitioner is of legal age and with residence at Makati City. Petitioner is the wife of Senator Arthur Gomez, with residence at Makati City. 2. On February 14, 2009, the President of the Philippines declared martial law throughout the country and pursuant thereto a task force of five (5) police officers headed by Police Superintendent arrested Senator Arthur Gomez for rebellion and detained him at Camp Aguinaldo, where he was held incommunicado. 3. At the time Senator Arthur Gomez was arrested, he was in the Senate conducting a hearing on peace and order and inquiring as to the legal and factual basis of the proclamation of martial law, pursuant to Sec. 18, Art. VII of the Constitution.

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x--------------------------------------------x PETITION PETITIONER, by counsel and to this Honorable Court, alleges: 1. Petitioners of legal age and with residence at P.Burgos St., Baguio City. 2. Petitioner is the natural father of the child Dwayne Wade, who is 7 years of age and lives with him and his wife, mother of said child, at the indicated address and who, since birth, has living with them at the above indicated address. Petitioner and his wife have continuously recognized the child as their legitimate child since birth, introduced him to other persons as their child, and enrolled him as their child in the kindergarten and in the elementary school as his legitimate child. The child has been part of any family gathering. 3. The mother of the child, named Tyra Wade, is now the legitimate wife of petitioner, and at the time the child was conceived, petitioner and his mother were not disqualified to marry each other, as they in fact got married thereafter. 4. The names and residences of those who acknowledged the child, apart from herein petitioner, and their compulsory heirs, are as follows: Howie Smith Janna Laiga #10 P. Burgos St., Baguio City #12 P. Burgos St., Baguio City

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Form No.14. PETITION FOR GUARDIANSHIP OF A MINOR REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 1, BAGUIO CITY In the Matter of Guardianship of the minor Joshua Avila. KENNETH AVILA, Petitioner. x-------------------------------------x SP. PROC. NO. ____

PETITION PETITIONER, by counsel and to this Honorable Court, alleges: 1. Petitioner is of legal age, Filipino, with residence at San Roque Village, Baguio City and the uncle of the minor Joshua Avila. 2. On September 29, 2008, when the minor was in school, both his father and mother died of the fire that razed their house at San Roque Village, Baguio City. 3. The parents of the minor left properties, both real and personal, as follows: 4. A parcel of land, with TCT No. 1234589 of the Registry of Deeds of Baguio City and with an area of 1,000 sq. m. together with their residential house, located at San Roque Village, Baguio City, valued at P50, 000.00. 5. Cash deposit of P50, 000.00 in the bank, at Metro Bank, with principal offices in Session Road, Baguio City; and

WHEREFORE, petitioner prays that the voluntary recognition of Dwayne Wade as the natural child of petitioner and his wife be approved. Baguio City, Philippines, March 3, 2009. _____________ JACKY CHAN Counsel for the Petitioner Juniper Bldg., Baguio City Roll of Attorneys No. PTR No. ____

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6. Insurance proceeds still to be collected, as a result of the death of the minors parents, in the total amount of P30, 000.00, from St. Peters Insurance Company. 7. The parents of the minor died without any will and leaving, as only heir, the said minor who thus succeeds to the whole estate of his parents. 8. The names, ages, and residences of the other relatives of the minor are as follows: Jerry Avila (28) Irene Sales (35) #20 San Roque Village, Baguio City East, Quirino Hill, Baguio City

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Form No.15. PETITION FOR DECLARATION OF PRESUMPTION OF DEATH REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 1, BAGUIO CITY In the Matter of Petition for Declaration of Presumption of Death SP. PROC. NO. _____ ROSE JAMES, Petitioner. x----------------------x PETITION PETITIONER, by counsel and to this Honorable Court, alleges: 1. Petitioner is of legal age and residing at Block A, Celestial Village, Baguio City. 2. Petitioner and her husband, Lebron James, were married by church wedding on April 27, 1998 at the St. Vincent Church, Baguio City. They have two children, Myra and Mina James. 3. Petitioners husband is a seaman, serving as ship captain in the ship, MV-Jupiter, which plied from Manila to Davao. 4. On January 8, 2005, the ship collided with another ship, and both ships sunk in the waters of Davao. Many crew if said ship were missing, one of them being petitioners husband and since then until the present a period of four years had lapsed. And petitioner has not heard from him or from the surviving crew members of said ship, nor from his relatives and owners of said ship. Petitioner had a well-founded belief that her husband was already dead. 5. Pursuant to Art. 41 and Art. 391 of the Family Code, petitioner files the instant petition for declaration of the presumption of death of her husband, Lebron James.

9. Letters of guardianship are prayed for by petitioner, with whom the minor is at present residing, and as the minors uncle, he has the best interest of the minor. 10. Petitioner has independent sources of income, being in business and President of Herbal Corporation, a multi-million corporation, and earns income well enough for his family and for the care and needs of the minor, if need be. WHEREFORE, petitioner prays that after notice and hearing, he be appointed guardian of the person and estate of the minor Joshua Avila, and that the corresponding letters of guardianship be issued in his favor, and for such reliefs as are provided for in the Rule on Guardianship of Minors. Baguio City, Philippines, March 3, 2009. _____________ JACKY CHAN
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WHEREFORE, Petitioner prays that judgment be rendered, declaring that petitioners husband, Lebron James, is presumed dead, for all legal purposes. Baguio City, Philippines, March 3, 2009. _____________ JACKY CHAN Counsel for the Petitioner Juniper Bldg., Baguio City Roll of Attorneys No. PTR No. ____ IBP No. _____ Commission VERIFICATION JURAT Form No.16. PETITION FOR EXECUTION OF DEED OF SALE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT BRANCH 1, BAGUIO CITY In the Matter of Petition for Execution of Deed of Sale SP. PROC. NO. _____ LOURDES REYES, Petitioner. x----------------------x PETITION PETITIONER, by counsel and to this Honorable Court, alleges: 1. Petitioner is of leg age and residing at #11 San Luis, Baguio City. 2. Petitioner and her husband, Ryan Reyes, were married by church wedding on June 12, 1990 at the St. Vincent Church, Baguio City. They have two children, named Ciara and Cielo Reyes. On April 7, 2000, petitioners husband left for the United States, claiming that he would work abroad. Since then he had not communicated

with petitioner, and had not been heard of. Inquiries from his relatives showed negative results. The last time she heard of him was one year from the time he left the Philippines, or more than four years from said date, from his brother who claimed that Ryan Reyes got married in the United States, and had his own family abroad. Petitioner and her husband owned two parcels of land in San Luis, Baguio City, registered in the name of petitioner, married to Ryan Reyes which she intended to sell, to generate funds for the education of her children. However, she could not sell the property, as the consent of her husband is needed. WHEREFORE, petitioner prays that pursuant to law, judgment be rendered, granting petitioner judicial authority to sell said conjugal property without the consent of her husband, the proceeds of which would be used principally for the education of her children with him. Baguio City, Philippines, March 3, 2009. _____________ JACKY CHAN Counsel for the Petitioner Juniper Bldg., Baguio City Roll of Attorneys No. PTR No. ____ IBP No. _____ Commission

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Service of petition to City or Provincial Prosecutor and to creditors Proof of service.

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I, JIM HUCKABA, of legal age, married and residing at Unit K, John Bee, Bokawkan, Baguio City, after having been duly sworn to in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: 1. That I am an employee of the Philippine College of Ministry (PCM), having connected therewith as School Administrator since 1990, June 3; 2. That I have a Letter of Resignation with the School effective February 14, 2009; 3. That I hereby relieve and discharge said PCM and its Officers from any and all claims by way of unpaid wages, separation pay, th overtime pay, 13 Month Pay, or otherwise as may be due me or incident to my employment with said school; 4. That I hereby state further that I have no claim, right or action of whatsoever nature, whether past, present or contingent, against said school and its officers; 5. That the contents of this document, although prepared in English, was interpreted and explained to me in Filipino by the undersigned Personnel Officer and the same is therefore clearly understood by me; 6. That I am executing this document freely and voluntarily without any moral or physical threat, coercion or promise of reward in any form. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereby affix my signature this 2 February 2009, at the City of Baguio, Philippines. _______________ JIM HUCKABA Signature of Employee nd day of

ACKNOWLEDGMENT FormNo. 18. CONTRACT OF LEGAL SERVICES KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: nd THIS contract of Legal Services made and entered into this 2 day of February 2009 at Baguio City, by and between: Tiong San Department Store, a business company existing and registered under the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), owned by Edward Lao, located at Magsaysay, Baguio City, herein after known as the Client; and Tang ad Law Firm and Associates under the leadership of Mau Tang ad, based and located at Chanum St., Baguio City herein known as the corporate counsel for the client; WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the client entered into and acquired the legal services of Atty. Mau Tang ad as the counsel of the Tiong San Department Store in the case instituted by the latter against Miss Myrna Wayway, docketed as No. E1 23456, at Branch 7 of the Regional Trial Court for the case of Shop Lifting; WHEREAS, while the engagement of Atty. Mau Tang ad as lawyer for the Tiongsan Department Store, the following terms and conditions have agreed upon: 1. That Atty. Mau Tang ad shall not engage his legal services to any business corporations and institutions having related and similarities to that of the business operated by the Tiongsan; 2. That the legal services agreement between the Tiongsan and Atty. Tang ad would expire after five (5) years or on February 2, 2015;

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _______________________ Personnel Officer: Linda de Guzman, PH... D. and _____________________ School President: Steve Hong, PH. D., Dd.

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3. That the Tiongsan would not engage the legal services of other lawyers without the prior consent of Atty. Mau Tang ad; 4. That any violation committed by either party to the terms and conditions of this contract shall be subject to legal sanctions. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands nd this 2 day of February 2009 at the City of Baguio, Philippines. ________ __________ CLIENT: LAWYER: Tiongsan Department Store Atty. Mau Tang ad Magsaysay, Baguio City Tang ad Law Firms & Associates PROPRIETOR: _______________ EDWARD LAO Chanum St. Baguio City CTC No. 12345, Baguio City IBP No. 5674890, Baguio City SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF THE WITNESSES: ___________________ ____________ JOCJOC VOLANTE MICO MILO Shoe Mart Store Gen. Manager, Tiongsan Dep't. Store ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 19. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT KNOW ALL THIS MEN BY THIS PRESENTS: This agreement is made and executed b and between: BERNARDO DEL ROSARIO, of legal age, married, Filipino citizen, a resident of Woodsville, Camp 7, Baguio City, hereinafter called the FIRST PARTY; and RAUL EDGARDO, of legal age, single, Filipino citizen and a resident of Loakan, Baguio City, hereinafter called the SECOND PARTY;

WITNESSETH: 1. That the first party is the driver of a motor vehicle particularly Honda civic bearing plate No. AYV 500 registered in the name HOLCIM PHILS, while the second party, is the driver of a motor vehicle bearing plate no. XXX 099 owned and registered in the name of Jovy Ferrer; 2. That the parties are involved in a vehicular accident that happened yesterday, March 2, 2009 on or about 2:30 in the afternoon at Camp 7, in front of Milton House, wherein the second party accidentally bumped the vehicle of the first party, causing damaged rear, left and right tenders; 3. That the second party hereby undertakes and promise to whatever expenses incurred by the first party relative to the claim of the said first party for the insurance of said vehicle particularly at Standard Insurance, and the first party hereby undertakes not to file necessary complaint against the second party to any offices and courts concerned, and hereby release the second party from any obligations arising thereof; 4. That this agreement is being executed freely and voluntarily and for all legal intents and purposes that it may serve and the parties agreed to abide by the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands th this 28 day of February 2009, in the City of Baguio, Philippines. __________________________ ___________________ BERNARDO DEL ROSARIO RAUL EDGARDO First party Second party CTC No. 123456 CTC No. 765487 Issued on 06 14 07 Issued on 06 29 07 Issued at Baguio City Issued at Baguio City ACKNOWLEDGMENT

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Form No. 20. GENERAL POWER OF ATTORNEY KNOW ALL MEN BY THIS PRESENTS: I, BEN AFFLECK, of legal age, single, resident of Kias, PMA, Baguio City, do hereby name, constitute and appoint Attorney Edward Go, to be my true and lawful attorney, for me and in my name, place, and stead to do and perform the following acts, and things, to wit: To ask, demand, sue for, recover, collect any and all sums of money, debts, dues, accounts, legacies, bequests, interests, dividends, and other things of value of whatever nature or kind as may now be or may hereafter become due, owing, payable or belonging to me, and to have, sue, and to take any and all lawful ways and means for the recovery thereof by suit, attachment, compromise, or otherwise; To make, sign, execute and deliver contracts, documents, agreements, and other writings of whatever nature or kind, with any and all third persons, concerns, or entities, upon terms and conditions acceptable to my said attorney; To delegate in whole or in part any or all of the powers herein granted or conferred, by means of an instrument in writing, in favour of any third person or persons whom my said attorney may select; HEREBY GIVING AND GRANTING unto my said attorney full power and authority whatsoever requisite or necessary or proper to be done in and about the premises as fully to all intents and purposes as I might or could lawfully do i personally present, with power of substitution and revocation, and hereby, ratifying and confirming all that my said attorney or his substitute shall lawfully do or cause to be done under and by virtue of this presents. rd IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 3 day of March 2009, in the City of Baguio, Philippines. ______________ _________ Kid Cash

BEN AFFLECK Affiant SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _______________ Michael mc Gyver ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 21. SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY KNOW ALL MEN BY THIS PRESENTS: I, MEG FERRER, of legal age, single, resident of Irisan, Baguio City, do hereby name, constitute, and appoint Atty. Jovy Santos, of legal age, married, and a resident of Tam awan Village, Baguio City, to be my true and lawful attorney, for me and in my name, place, and stead, with a period of six (6) months, to SELL, TRANSFER and CONVEY, for a price not less than ten million five hundred thousand pesos (Php 10.5 M), to whosoever may buy or purchase the following described real properties, to wit: E-00; 1,000 sq. M. Lot located at Camp 7, Baguio City, with TCT No. 4352-

1 house and lot located at Asin Rd., Baguio City, the lot measured 5,000 sq. M. And the house of 3 storey, fully furnished, with 5 rooms, and 1 master bedroom, each with comfort rooms and bathrooms with OCT No. 9067-RF-00; Of which I am the registered owner as evidenced by the above Transfer and Original Certificates of Title of the Registry of Deeds of Baguio City; and HEREBY GIVING AND GRANTING unto my said attorney full powers 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 and revocation, and hereby ratifying and

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confirming all that my said attorney or his substitute shall lawfully do or cause to be done by virtue hereof. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 4 of March 2009 in the City of Baguio, Philippines. ______________ MEG FERRER Affiant ________ Joan Arc SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ________ Jay Ship ACKNOWLEDGMENT Form No. 22. REVOCATION OF POWER OF ATTORNEY KNOW ALL MEN BY THIS PRESENTS: WHEREAS, I, MYLA CRUZ, of legal age, married, resident of Aurora Hill, Baguio City, by a certain public instrument made and executed in Kayang St., Baguio City on January 30, 2009 before Atty. Jed Cristobal, Notary Public for and in the City of Baguio, and bearing not. Reg. No. 23; page 2, Book V, Series of 2009 of his Notarial Register, did name, constitute, and appoint Jed Cristobal, resident of Bakakeng, Baguio City, mt true and lawful ATTORNEY IN FACT, for the purpose and with powers mentioned in said public instrument; WHEREAS, the said public instrument or Power of Attorney, was duly registered in the Office of the Register of Deeds of Baguio City on February 2, 2009, as per entry no. 2, Vo. II, Book I, of said Office; NOW, THEREFORE, I, MYLA CRUZ, by virtue of this presents, hereby REVOKE, ANNUL, and make VOID the said power of attorney and all th day

powers and authority therein or thereby given or granted, or intended to be given or granted to say Jed Cristobal. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 4 of March 2009, in the City of Baguio, Philippines. ____________ (Sgd) MYLA CRUZ SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: ______________ Richard Calixto ____________ Arnel Ignacio th Day

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Form No. 23. SUBSTITUTION OF ATTORNEY IN FACT KNOW ALL MEN BY THIS PRESENTS: WHEREAS, I KIM ANDERSON, of legal age, married, resident of North Sanitary Camp, Baguio City, had been appointed ATTORNEY IN FACT of Gerald Chiu, of legal age, married, resident of Camp Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet, by virtue of a POWER OF ATTORNEY executed in Baguio City on January 30, 2009 and acknowledged before Emilia Sandejas, Notary Public for and in the City of Baguio, and bearing Not. Reg. No. 12, Page no. 3, Book II, Series of 2009 of her Notarial register; WHEREAS, by the said power of attorney, I was granted full power to appoint a substitute of my choice for and in respect of all or any of the matters mentioned in said power of attorney; WHEREAS, by virtue of said grant, I hereby name, constitute and appoint Jake Benca, my true and lawful SUBSTITUTE ATTORNEY for me and my name as Attorney in Fact of said Gerald Chiu, and in his name, place and stead, to do and perform any and all acts and things which I, as

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Attorney in Fact of said Gerald Chiu could lawfully do and perform under said power of attorney, as fully to all intents and purposes as I or said Gerald Chiu, might or could lawfully do if personally present, save only in the matter of appointing a substitute other than the substitute herein designated; and HEREBY RATIFYING AND CONFIRMING all that said Jake Benca may lawfully do or cause to be done by virtue of this presents. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 4 of March 2009 in the City of Baguio, Philippines. __________________ (Sgd) KIM ANDERSON SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _______________ ______________ Divina Avellana April Lawagan ACKNOWLEDGMENT th day

VIII. ANSWERS ANSWER the principal pleading on the part of the defendant in response to plaintiff's complaint; it must contain a denial of all the allegations of plaintiff's complaint which the defendant wishes to controvert; it may also contain affirmative defenses which the defendant may have, which should be stated separately; it may contain a statement of any permissive counterclaim which the defendant has against the plaintiff and which is legally available to him in the action; compulsory counterclaims arising out of the same transaction must generally be pleaded in the answer or they will be barred in any subsequent separate suit.

Form No. 1. ANSWER

WITH SPECIFIC DENIAL OF DOCUMENT UNDER OATH

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE EDWARD CUL L EN O, Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus BEL L A SWAN GIT, De fe nda nt. x -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- x ANSWER That defendant, by the undersigned counsel, and to this Honorable Court specifically denies under oath the genuineness and due execution of the instrument a copy of which is attached to Plaintiffs complaint as Annex A, the truth being that his signature thereon is forged and that he did in fact sign the said instrument. _______________ JOSE ABOGADO

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Counsel for the Defendant Ninoy Aquino, Manila Roll No. 1234 IBP No. 808, issued on Dec. 27, 2007 at Manila PTR No. 888 issued on Jan 4. 2009 at Manila Serial No. of Commission: 123E VERIFICATION Copy furnished: ATTY. BETTY DIYOSA Counsel for the Plaintiff X Bldg.., Bontoc Mountain Province PROOF OF SERVICE (Affidavit of service by mail) & EXPLANATION NOTE: When an actionable instrument has to be denied, VERIFICATION has to be added to the answer. Form No. 2. ANSWER DENYING GENUINENESS AND DUE EXECUTION OF INSTRUMENT REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE EDWARD CUL L EN O, Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus BEL L A SWAN GIT, De fe nda nt. x -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- x ANSWER NOW COMES the defendant, by the undersigned counsel, and in answer to plaintiffs complaint, in the above-entitled case and to this Honorable Court most respectfully alleges:

1) That defendant specifically denies under oath the genuineness and due execution of the alleged promissory note (Annex B) attached to said complaint; 2) That said promissory note was executed through fraud, threats, and intimidation, and therefore null and void. WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that the complaint be dismissed, with costs against the plaintiff Other relief and remedy just and equitable under the premises are likewise prayed for. Baguio City for Bontoc, Mountain Province, February 14, 2009. _______________ JOSE ABOGADO Counsel for the Defendant Ninoy Aquino, Manila Roll No. 1234 IBP No. 808, issued on Dec. 27, 2007 at Manila PTR No. 888 issued on Jan 4. 2009 at Manila Serial No. of Commission: 123E

Copy furnished:

ATTY. BETTY DIYOSA Counsel for the Plaintiff X Bldg.., Bontoc Mountain Province PROOF OF SERVICE (Affidavit of service by mail) EXPLANATION

Form No. 3. ANSWER OF DEBTOR TO PETITION FOR INSOLVENCY

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE EDWARD CUL L EN O, Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus BEL L A SWAN GIT, De fe nda nt. x -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- x ANSWER COMES NOW the defendant, the debtor mentioned in the aboveentitled insolvency proceedings, and in ANSWER to the petition to have him adjudged insolvent alleges: That he denies that he has committed any of the acts of insolvency set forth in said petition, or that he is insolvent. WHEREFORE, the undersigned prays that these proceedings be dismissed, with costs, expenses, damages, and counsel fees as may be fixed and allowed by this Honorable Court. Baguio City, for Bontoc, Mountain Province. February 14, 2009. ______________ JOSE ABOGADO Counsel for the Defendant Ninoy Aquino, Manila Roll No. 1234 IBP No. 808, issued on Dec. 27, 2007 at Manila PTR No. 888 issued on Jan 4. 2009 at Manila Serial No. of Commission: 123E

Form No. 4. ANSWER TO A PETITION FOR HABEAS CORPUS REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE I n the Matte r of the Pe ti ti on of AM OR POWER, Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus The Chie f Of Po lice Of Ormo c Cit y De fe ndan t. x -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- x ANSWER The undersigned respondent in the above-entitled case hereby makes due return of the writ of Habeas Corpus issued by this Court on February 23, 2009, and by way of answer, most respectfully states: 1) That the herein respondent has Amor Power under restraint in the police detention cell at the Ormoc Police Department headquarters, pending completion of and transfer to the city jail now under reconstruction; 2) That the herein respondent caused the apprehension of the said Amor Power on January 30, 2009, and the authority, the true, and the whole story and cause of the said restraint of the said person are the following, to wit: a) That said party, Amor Power, was apprehended and placed under police custody on suspicion of having smuggled unlicensed firearm found abandoned in an army bag at the corner of Teresa and Magallanes Streets, this city, reported by a person to have been carried by said Amor Power; b) That in the evening of January 30, 2009, while investigation of the detainee was being conducted, the Warrant Section of the Ormoc City Police Department discovered among its files a warrant for the arrest of said Amor Power issued by the Regional Trial Court of this city, Branch II, in Criminal Case No. 1234 entitled People of the Philippines vs. Amor Power for the crime of Assault upon a person in Authority;

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c) That in the above-mentioned criminal case, the detainee has not posted a bond for her provisional liberty up to the present time; d) That said detainee has been detained temporarily in the police detention cell of the Ormoc City Police Department in view of the destruction through fire of the Ormoc City Jail; e) That a copy of the warrant of arrest issued against Amor Power is Criminal Case No. 1234 entitled People of the Philippines vs. Amor Power commanding her apprehension, is hereto attached as Annex A made an integral part of this return and answer. WHEREFORE, all the foregoing premises considered, it is respectfully prayed that the petition for Habeas Corpus be dismissed, and that the said Amor Power be ordered to remain in the custody of the Ormoc City Police Department. Ormoc City, Philippines, February 13, 2009. _________________________ ARMANDO BUENAVISTA Chief of Police, Ormoc City Respondent

EDWARD CUL L EN O, Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus BEL L A SWAN GIT, De fe nda nt. x -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- x

ANSWER NOW COMES the defendant, by the undersigned counsel, in the above-entitled case and to this Honorable Court most respectfully alleges: 1) Defendant admits the averment in paragraph 1, 2, and 3 of the complaint; 2) Defendant specifically denies the allegation in paragraph 4 of the complaint for lack of information and sufficient knowledge to form a belief as to the truth thereof; 3) Defendant does not admit the allegations contained in paragraph 5 and 6 of the complaint as it lacks in form and substance to support any cause of action against the defendant; 4) Defendant does not admit the allegation in paragraph 7 as it has no basis in law and in facts. SPECIAL AND AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSE Defendants adopt and replead the foregoing allegations, and raise by way of special and affirmative defenses the following:

Form No. 5. ANSWER WITH SPECIAL AND AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES AND COUNTERCLAIM REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE

The complaint states no cause of action. The rule requires that every action must be prosecuted or defended in the name of the real party in interest. (Sec. 2, Rule 3 of 1997 Rules of Civil Procedure). Only parties to a contract may sue or be sued upon that contract. In the instant case, it is plain in the verification / certification appeared to the complaint that A is suing in his own name by stating, under

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oath, that he is the plaintiff in the case, not A & Z Corporation. A is not a party to the contract, she has no cause of action against herein defendant. COUNTERCLAIM By way of counterclaim, defendant alleges: That by virtue of this unwarranted and initiated by the plaintiff, defendant was forced to engage counsel in the sum of ten thousand pesos (Php10, 000.00). PRAYER WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that the complaint be dismissed for lack of cause of action and defendant be awarded the amount of ten thousand pesos (Php 10,000.00). Other relief and remedy just and equitable under the premises are likewise prayed for. Baguio City, for Bontoc, Mountain Province. February 14, 2009. _______________ JOSE ABOGADO Counsel for the Defendant Ninoy Aquino, Manila Roll No. 1234 IBP No. 808, issued on Dec. 27, 2007 at Manila PTR No. 888 issued on Jan 4. 2009 at Manila Serial No. of Commission: 123E

Form No. 6. ANSWER

WITH PERMISSIVE COUNTECLAIM

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE JUAN DEL A CRUZ , Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus PEDRO M EN DOZ A, De fe nda nt. x- ------------ ------------ ---x ANSWER Subject matter of the complaint is specific performance of contract, and the permissive counterclaim has no relation to such subject matter of complaint, as follows: Plaintiff and defendant entered into a contract of sale of clothing materials on or about January 5, 2009, whereby defendant would deliver to plaintiff such materials worth P2, 000, 000.00 and the plaintiff would in turn pay the same, upon such delivery. Defendant having delivered said clothing 2009 to plaintiff, but the latter, notwithstanding oral and written, failed and refused to pay the continues to refuse to pay the purchase thereof, in materials on January 15, repeated demands, both same and still fails and breach of his obligation.

Copy furnished: ATTY. BETTY DIYOSA Counsel for the Plaintiff X Bldg.., Bontoc Mountain Province PROOF OF SERVICE (Affidavit of service by mail) EXPLANATION

WHEREFORE, defendant respectfully prays that the complaint be dismissed for lack of merit. Under his counterclaim, judgment be rendered ordering plaintiff to pay the amount of P2, 000, 000.00, with legal interests therein until the principal amount and interest are fully paid. Defendant further prays for such relief as may be just and equitable in the premises. UC College of Law

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Manila, Philippines, March 13, 2009. _______________ JOSE ABOGADO Counsel for the Defendant Ninoy Aquino, Manila Roll No. 1234 IBP No. 808, issued on Dec. 27, 2007 at Manila PTR No. 888 issued on Jan 4. 2009 at Manila Serial No. of Commission: 123E VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION AGAINST FORUM SHOPPING JURAT Service of answer. Proof of service Form No. 7. ANSWER WITH NEGATIVE AND AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES

3) Defendant denies under oath the execution and authentication of the promissory note, Annex A of the complaint, the truth being that the same is a forgery and that he did not execute nor sign the same. 4) Assuming, arguendo, that the promissory is genuine and duly executed; it was executed by a person on behalf of defendant, without any authority from defendant. 5) Assuming, further, that the agent who signed the promissory note on behalf is duly authorized to do so, the amount of indebtedness therein stated represented payment of gambling losses of defendant in favor of plaintiff. 6) Assuming, finally, that the indebtedness shown in the promissory note and the promissory note is legitimate, plaintiff has been paid the amount thereof. WHEREFORE, defendant respectfully prays that the complaint be dismissed for lack of merit, with costs against plaintiff. Defendant further prays for such relief as may be just and equitable in the premises. Manila, Philippines, March 13, 2009. _______________ JOSE ABOGADO Counsel for the Defendant Ninoy Aquino, Manila Roll No. 1234 IBP No. 808, issued on Dec. 27, 2007 at Manila PTR No. 888 issued on Jan 4. 2009 at Manila Serial No. of Commission: 123E VERIFICATION Defendant, of legal age, after been duly sworn, deposes and says:

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE JUAN DEL A CRUZ , Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus PEDRO M EN DOZ A, De fe nda nt. x- ------------ ------------ ---x states:

ANSWER 1) Defendant, by counsel and to this Honorable Court respectfully

2) Defendant admits that portion of par. 1 of the complaint regarding the names, residences and status of the parties, but denies the rest thereof, for lack of knowledge sufficient to form a belief as to the truth thereof.

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1) That he has caused the preparation of the foregoing answer with defenses, and the allegations therein are true and correct of his personal knowledge and/or based authentic records. 2) Those he further states that the promissory note, Annex A of the complaint, is a forgery and his signature therein has been gorged, he not having executed the said promissory note. Executed this 13th day of March, 2009 at Manila. __________________ PEDRO MENDOZA Defendant Affiant JURAT Service of answer. Proof of service

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ANSWER DEFENDANT, by undersigned counsel and answering the complaint, and to this Honorable Court, respectfully states: 1) Defendant admits the allegations in par. 1 to 4 of the complaint, subject to its/his special and affirmative defenses, namely: 2) The court in the State of Hawaii, U.S.S did not have jurisdiction over the person of defendant on the ground that defendant was not validly served with summons nor did he voluntarily appear therein except to question the courts jurisdiction over his person. 3) The Hawaii court did not have jurisdiction over the subject matter of the suit because the alleged acts constituting violation of human rights occurred in the Philippines and not in the United States. 4) In any event, the foreign judgment Annex A is a clear mistake of facts and law, and is clearly erroneous, precluding its enforcement in the Philippines. (Ingfenohl v. Walter E. Olsen and Co., 47 Phil. 189 [1925]; NAgarmull Binalbagan-Isabela Sugar Co., Inc., 33 SRA 46 [1970]) Manila, Philippines, March 13, 2009. _______________ JOSE ABOGADO Counsel for the Defendant Ninoy Aquino, Manila Roll No. 1234 IBP No. 808, issued on Dec. 27, 2007 at Manila PTR No. 888 issued on Jan 4. 2009 at Manila Serial No. of Commission: 123E Service of answer Proof of service Form No. 9. ANSWER TO PETITION FOR CANCELLATION OF TITLE

Form No. 8. ANSWER TO COMPLAINT FOR ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN JUDGMENT REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE JUAN DEL A CRUZ , Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus PEDRO M EN DOZ A, De fe nda nt.

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE JUAN DEL A CRUZ , Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus PEDRO M EN DOZ A, De fe nda nt. x- ------------ ------------ ---x

4) That the execution sale is invalid because there was no valid levy made by the sheriff, as at the time the court in Civil Case No. 123 has not acquired jurisdiction over the person of respondents wife, who was not a party litigant in said case. 5) The value of the land in question has market value far exceeding the amount of money judgment rendered in favor of petitioner, as to unfairly and unjustly enrich petitioner.

ANSWER RESPONDENT, by undersigned counsel and to this Honorable Court, answering the petition for cancellation of title, respectfully alleges: 1) He admits the allegations in par. 1 of the petition regarding the personal circumstances and addresses of the parties. 2) He admits the allegations in pars. 2 to 5 to the petition, subject to qualifications and affirmative defenses herein alleges; By way of SPECIAL AND AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES, respondent alleges: 1) That the parcel of land in question is a conjugal property of respondent and his wife, Betty Diyosa; 2) That the court in Civil Case NO. 123 has not acquired jurisdiction over the person of his wife because she was not a party litigant therein: 3) That the money judgment in Civil Case No 123 arose from the personal transaction of petitioner in connection with the accommodation surety he executed to secure payment of the loan extended by respondent to the corporation, X, which loan did not benefit the conjugal property, and accordingly said conjugal property is exempt from execution to satisfy said personal judgment of respondent.

6) As the Supreme Court ruled in Padilla, Jr. v. Phil. Producers Cooperative Marketing Assn., G.R. No. 141256, July 15, 2005:
It is clear that PD 1529 provides the solution to respondents quandary. The reasons behind the law make a lot of sense; it provides due process to a registered landowner (in this case the petitioner) and prevents the fraudulent or mistaken conveyance of land, the value of which may exceed the judgment obligation. Petitioner contends that only his interest in the subject lots, and not that of his wife who was not a party to the suit, should have been subjected to execution, and he should have had the opportunity to prove as much. WHEREFORE, respondent respectfully prays that the petition be dismissed for lack of merit. Manila, Philippines, March 13, 2009. _______________ JOSE ABOGADO Counsel for the Defendant Ninoy Aquino, Manila Roll No. 1234 IBP No. 808, issued on Dec. 27, 2007 at Manila PTR No. 888 issued on Jan 4. 2009 at Manila Serial No. of Commission: 123E

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Service of answer Proof of service Form No. 10. ANSWER TO PETITION FOR LEGAL SEPARATION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE JUAN DEL A CRUZ , Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus PEDRO M EN DOZ A, De fe nda nt. x- ------------ ------------ ---x

J VERIFICATION JURAT Service of answer to Counsel for petitioner and city or provincial prosecutor Proof of service

IBP No. 808, issued on Dec. 27, 2007 at Manila PTR No. 888 issued on Jan 4. 2009 at Manila Serial No. of Commission: 123E

ANSWER RESPONDENT, answering petitioners petition for legal separation, alleges: 1) He admits the allegations in paragraphs 1 and 2 of the petition. 2) He denies the allegations in the rest of the petition, the truth being that he was forced to leave the conjugal home because petitioner committed acts which are also ground for legal separation, such as sexual infidelity, attempt on the life of respondent and abusive conduct against their two children. WHEREFORE, respondent prays that the petition be dismissed for lack of merit. Manila, Philippines, March 13, 2009. _______________ JOSE ABOGADO Counsel for the Defendant Ninoy Aquino, Manila Roll No. 1234

Form No. 11. ANSWER WITH DEFENSES TO COMPLAINT OF MUNICIPALITY REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE JUAN DEL A CRUZ , Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus PEDRO M EN DOZ A, De fe nda nt. x- ------------ ------------ ---x ANSWER DEFENDANT, by undersigned counsel and answering for expropriation files by the Municipality of Mamburao, Occ. Mindoro, respectfully alleges: 1) The municipal Ordinance No. 888 is not valid, as it does not comply with the substantive requirements, as held in Lagcao v. Labra, 440 SRA 279 (2004), to wit:

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For an ordinance to be valid, it must not only be within the corporate powers of the city or municipality to enact but must also be passed according to the procedure prescribed by law. It must be in accordance with certain well-established basic principles of a substantive nature. These principles require that the ordinance (1) must not contravene the Constitution or nay statute (2) must not be unfair or oppressive (3) must not be partial or discriminatory (4) must not prohibit but may regulate trade (5) must be general and consistent with public policy, and (6) must not be unreasonable. 2) There are other parcels of land which are more ideally located and suited for the municipalitys purposes than that of defendant, and choosing defendants property is not in consonance therewith and is politically motivated as the municipal mayor was defendants political rival in several previous elections. WHEREFORE, defendant prays that the complaint expropriation be dismissed. Manila, Philippines, March 13, 2009. _______________ JOSE ABOGADO Counsel for the Defendant Ninoy Aquino, Manila Roll No. 1234 IBP No. 808, issued on Dec. 27, 2007 at Manila PTR No. 888 issued on Jan 4. 2009 at Manila Serial No. of Commission: 123E Service of answer Proof of service Form No. 12. ANSWER -in- INTERVENTION REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT FIRST JUDICIAL REGION for

BONTOC, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE JUAN DEL A CRUZ , Pl ai nti ff, - ve rsus PEDRO M EN DOZ A, De fe nda nt. x- ------------ ------------ ---x ANSWER-IN-INTERVENTION DEFENDANT Juan de Castro, by undersigned counsel and to this Honorable Court, respectfully alleges: 1) He is one of the co-owners of the property, subject matter of the petition for partition, whose undivided share he sold to plaintiff intervenor. 2) He admits having sold his undivided share in the property in question to Pedro Manzano, as shown in the copy of the deed of sale, Annex A of the complaint-in-intervention, but he avers in this connection that the buyer, Pedro Manzano has not fully paid the consideration. By way of COUNTERCLAIM, defendant Juan de Castro alleges: 1) Plaintiff-intervenor has not paid the full purchase of the property to answering defendant, as he has not paid the unpaid balance of P2, 000,000.00, which he refused to pay and still continues to refuse to pay the same, notwithstanding demands. WHEREFORE, defendant Juan de Castro respectfully prays that the complaint-in-intervention be dismissed for lack of merit. Alternatively, Pedro Manzano be ordered to pay the balance of the purchase price of P2, 000,000, before the share off defendant de Castro may be transferred to him, as purchaser of the undivided share. Defendant de Castro further prays for such reliefs as may be just and equitable in the premises.

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Manila, Philippines, March 13, 2009. _______________ JOSE ABOGADO Counsel for the Defendant Ninoy Aquino, Manila Roll No. 1234 IBP No. 808, issued on Dec. 27, 2007 at Manila PTR No. 888 issued on Jan 4. 2009 at Manila Serial No. of Commission: 123E Service of answer-in-intervention upon all parties. Proof of service

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