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RIOSA vs.

VERSOZA
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This action was brought to protect Ps interest in the land by virtue of the sale
below (Dec. 1, 1909)
Dec. 1, 1909: judgment was rendered against R for the sum of P320.87
o Upon judgment, an execution was purchased by P
o The law permits the owner of land which has been sold under an
execution to redeem the same within a period of 12 mos.
WHAT INTEREST HAS THE PURCHASER OF THE LAND SOLD
UNDER EXECUTION IN THE SAME DURING 12 MOS.? Weight of
authority is to the effect that the purchaser of lands sold at
public auction under a writ of execution only has an inchoate
right subject to be defeated and terminated within a period of 12
mos from the date of the sale, by a redemption on the part of
the owner.
Jan. 1, 1910: P also had a mortgage upon said land which is due
Jan. 25, 1910: P commenced an action against R for the purpose of which was
to secure an injunction to prevent them from harvesting and destroying the
growing hemp
Judge then issued a temporary injunction, served summon and a copy of the
petition to R
March 21, 1910: R failed to answer and appear before the court
April 2, 1910: P asked a motion that a judgment be rendered
April 15, 1910: R appeared with their counsel
April 20, 1910: judgeNepomuceno issued a permanent injunction against R
restraining them from cultivating or harvesting the crops upon the said land
or doing anything thereon which would injure its value
o No defense was made
April 21, 1910: R thru counsel asked that the judgment be set aside and that
they be permitted to present cause in the lower court which was 1206 and
there was pending in the lower court at the same time 1207 as P & R as P & R
1207 related to a mortgage which R had executed and delivered to P upon
the same parcel of land
Sept. 11, 1910: R redeemed the land and renewed their motion to have the
judgment by default set aside
Sept. 17, 1910: judge Moir set aside the judgment and granted a permanent
injunction

VELASCO vs ROSENBERG
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