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C O N T R A C T S

1. AGREEMENTS - GENERAL
2. COMPROMISE AGREEMENT
3. CONTRACT OF A PIECE OF WORK
4. CONTRACT OF CONTRACTUAL EMPLOYMENT
5. CONTRACT OF REGULAR EMPLOYMENT
6. CONTRACT OF LEASE
7. CONTRACT OF SERVICE
8. CONTRACT OF SUB-LEASE
9. CONTRACT TO SELL
10. INDEMNITY AGREEMENT
11. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT
12. PARTITION AGREEMENT OF A REGISTERED LAND WITH
SIMULTANEOUS WAIVER
13. PARTITION AGREEMENT
14. BUSINESS SPACE LEASE AGREEMENT

















1. AGREEMENT - GENERAL


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


AGREEMENT

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

This AGREEMENT entered into by and between:

JASON S. AGTO, of legal age, Filipino citizens, with residence at
SalatSablan, Benguet, herein referred to as the FIRST PARTY;

-and-

ANABELLE M. MENDOZA, of legal age, Filipino Citizen with residence at
PidawanBayabasSablan, Benguet, herein referred to as the SECOND PARTY;

WITNESSETH:

WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTY is the registered owner of that TEN
WHEELER TRUCK bearing plate number AYA-935, 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 December 9, 2013 up to December 10, 2015, and
the latter on the other hand agreed to lease out the same to the former;

WHEREAS, this agreement was entered into freely and voluntarily by and
between the parties and they shall faithfully and religiously comply with the terms
hereof.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, parties herein affixed their signatures this 7
th
day
of December 2013 in the City of Baguio, Philippines.


JASON S. AGTO ANABELLE M. MENDOZA
First Party Second Party


SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:

ROSELLE T. DIHIMUG GINA L. LOTIC

(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)










2. COMPROMISE AGREEMENT


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


COMPROMISE AGREEMENT



KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:


This COMPROMISE AGREEMENT executed by and among:


ALASKACO N. DENSADA, ANGELCO N. DENSADA, CARNATION N.
DENSADA , all of legal ages, married, with postal address at DENSADA AND
SONS LAW OFFICES, 7F Citylight Tower, Bonifacio Rd., Baguio City, herein
represented by ALASKACO N. DENSADAby virtue of a Special Power of Attorney
executed on 25 April 2000, and hereinafter referred to as the FIRST PARTIES;


-and-


BAGUIO METROPOLITAN DOCTORS, INC., doing business under the
name and style as PINES METROPOLITAN MEDICAL CENTER, a corporation
duly organized and existing under Philippine laws, with business address at No. 3
Camdas, Baguio City, herein represented by its Medical Director, ENFA G. ROW,
M.D., hereinafter referred to as the SECOND PARTY;


-and-


DRA.ANN E. MOOM, DR. BURCH T. TRI, DRA. ANGEL E.
VAPORADA with business address at PINES METROPOLITAN MEDICAL
CENTER, No. 3 Camdas, Baguio City, hereinafter referred to as the THIRD
PARTIES;
WITNESSETH:

WHEREAS, the FIRST PARTIES are the plaintiffs in Civil Case No. 95-
9233, entitled ALASKACO N. DENSADA, et al., versus BAGUIO
METROPOLITAN DOCTORS, INC, et al.," pending in the Regional Trial Court
of Baguio City, Branch 6, hereinafter referred to as the "Pending Case";

WHEREAS the SECOND PARTY and THIRD PARTIES are the
defendants in said Pending Case;

WHEREAS, all the parties are desirous of settling amicably the Pending Case,
which has been pending for almost eight (8) years, and thereby put to rest a long and
costly litigation;

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing premises, the parties
hereby undertake as follows:

1. The SECOND PARTY shall voluntarily undertake the following:

1.1. To make available to ANGELCO N. DENSADA a private room at
the Makati Medical Center which is appropriate and adequate,
considering his present medical condition, including the continued use
of the hospital bed he is now using and a sofa bed, all free of charge and
for as long as he remains clinically alive and in need of medical
attention; and,

1.2. To provide ANGELCO N. DENSADA, likewise free of charge,
medicine, drugs, life-support systems, medical equipment and other
facilities, medical assistance, neurological treatment and other
appropriate medical services from competent nurses, doctors or
specialists which may be advisable or necessary to maintain him in
his present condition, including treatment of complications or illnesses
of whatever kind or nature which may arise from said treatment or
condition.

2. The THIRD PARTIES, individually, undertake to make available their
expertise or services when and as needed by ANGELCO N. DENSADA,
upon request by the FIRST PARTIES or the SECOND PARTY: Provided,
that, if for any reason whatsoever the THIRD PARTIES are unable to do so,
they shall exert their best efforts to make available the services of a substitute
doctor or specialist, likewise free of charge.

3. The parties agree to, and shall cause, the dismissal, with prejudice, of the
Pending Case, including all claims and counterclaims therein, and agree not to
file any similar case, whether civil, administrative or criminal, of any kind or
nature whatsoever, arising from the same facts, incident, claim, cause or
causes of action.

4. Except as provided in paragraphs 1 and 2 hereof, the parties hereby
mutually, irrevocably, freely and voluntarily release and forever discharge one
another, including the officers, directors, employees, stockholders, successors-
in-interest of the SECOND PARTY and the heirs and assigns of the THIRD
PARTIES, from any and all manner of action, causes of action, sum of money,
damages, liability, responsibility, obligation, claims and demands whatsoever
in law or equity, which they had, now have, or may have against each other,
including, but not limited to, actual, moral, exemplary and all other damages
or causes of action provided for under the law, if any, arising, directly or
indirectly, from the facts and circumstances giving rise to, surrounding or
arising from the complaint and/or counterclaims in the Pending Case , all of
which claims or causes of action by these presents the parties hereby abandon
and waive.

5. This agreement shall not in any way be construed as an admission on the
part of any party of any fault, negligence or liability, of whatever kind and
nature, in connection with the Pending Case.

6. In case of material breach of the terms and conditions of this agreement, the
innocent party is hereby authorized to apply for a writ of execution in the
Pending Case for the purpose of compelling compliance with the terms and
conditions of this agreement.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands this
14
th
dayof October 2013 in the City of Baguio, Philippines.



FIRST PARTIES: ALASKACO N. DENSADA


SECOND PARTY: ENFA G. ROW, M.D.,


THIRD PARTIES: DRA. ANN E. MOOM


DR. BURCH T. TRI


DRA. ANGEL E. VAPORADA



SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:


BONAKID G. ATAS EVA P. ORADA


(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)













3. CONTRACT FOR A PIECE OF WORK


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


CONTRACT FOR A PIECE OF WORK


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:


This CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT entered into by and between:


SHOJOJI MARKETING, INC., an agency duly existing under Philippine
Laws, with office address at Unit 323, Third Floor, Abanao Square, Baguio City,
Philippines, herein represented by its General Manager LENN O. VOH, single, of
legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at 546 SeraficaSubd.,
Crystal Cave, Baguio City, Philippines hereinafter referred to as the EMPLOYER;


-and-

TOSH E. BHA, single, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal
address at 98Apugan, Poliwes, Baguio City, Philippines hereinafter referred to as the
EMPLOYEE.


W I T N E S S E T H :

WHEREAS, the EMPLOYER desires to engage the services of the
EMPLOYEE for a PIECE OF WORK at SJJ MANPOWER SERVICES, 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:


DESIGNATION:

The Employee shall be hired as a MACHINE OPERATOR;


SALARY:

The Employee shall be paid after operation of TWENTY THOUSAND
PESOS (Php 20,000.00);


CONTRACT DURATION:

It is hereby agreed that the EMPLOYEE shall be hired as such for a period of
ONE (1) YEAR 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.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their
signatures this 14th day of October 2013, in the City of Baguio, Philippines.



SHOJOJI MARKETING, INC.
Employer
Represented by:

LENN O. VO
General Manager



SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:


ACER N. ASUS GALAX C. SAMSUNG


(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)

4. CONTRACT OF CONTRACTUAL EMPLOYMENT


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


CONTRACT OF CONTRACTUAL EMPLOYMENT


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

This CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT entered into by and between:

LEGFORM PREMIERE FINANCING, a sole proprietorship duly existing
under Philippine Laws, with office address at 3/F Laperal Building, Session Road,
Baguio City, herein represented by its sole proprietor MHER Q. REE, single, of legal
age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at 678-P, Ferdinand Brgy.,
Baguio City, Philippines, and hereinafter referred to as the EMPLOYER;

-and-

JOO P. TERR, single, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal
address 1BGH Compound, Baguio City, and hereinafter referred to as the
EMPLOYEE.

WITNESSETH:

WHEREAS, the EMPLOYER desires to engage the services of the
EMPLOYEE as CONTRACTUAL EMPLOYEE at LEGFORM PREMIERE
FINANCING and the EMPLOYEE is willing to accept, work and extend her
services to the EMPLOYER as desired under the following terms and conditions, to
wit:

DESIGNATION:

The EMPLOYEE shall be hired as anAUDITING ASSISTANT;

SALARY:

The EMPLOYEE shall be paid a monthly salary of TWENTY THOUSAND
PESOS (Php20,000.00);

CONTRACT DURATION:

It is hereby agreed that the EMPLOYEE shall be hired as such for a period of
ONE (1) YEAR 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 desire to terminate this contract he shall
surrender any document or accountability entrusted to him in relation to his
employment.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands this
14th day of October 2013 in the City of Baguio, Philippines.


LEGFORM PREMIERE FINANCING
Employer
Represented by

MHER Q. REE JOO P. TERR
Sole proprietor Employee


SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:


MILK E. WEY BIGBANG T. YURI

(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)
5. CONTRACT OF REGULAR EMPLOYMENT


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


CONTRACT OF REGULAR EMPLOYMENT


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:


This CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT entered into by and between:


PDAF PREMIERE FINANCING, a sole proprietorship duly existing under
Philippine Laws, with office address at 22/F Laperal Building, Session Road, Baguio
City, herein represented by its sole proprietor JAYNET L. NAFOWLES, single, of
legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal address at 134 St Joseph Village,
Navy Base, Baguio City, Philippines hereinafter referred to as the EMPLOYER;


-and-


JOHN PON N. RINE, single, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence
and postal address 100Brookspoint, Aurora Hill, Baguio City, hereinafter referred to
as the EMPLOYEE.



W I T N E S S E T H :

WHEREAS, the EMPLOYER desires to engage the services of the
EMPLOYEE as PERMANENT EMPLOYEE at PDAF PREMIERE
FINANCING and the EMPLOYEE is willing to accept, work and extend her
services to the EMPLOYER as desired under the following terms and conditions, to
wit:


DESIGNATION:

The Employee shall be hired as an AUDITOR;

SALARY:

The Employee shall be paid a monthly salary of FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS
(Php50,000.00);

CONTRACT DURATION:

It is hereby agreed that the EMPLOYEE shall be hired as such for a
PERMANENT PERIOD;


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 desire to terminate this contract he shall
surrender any document or accountability entrusted to him in relation to his
employment.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their
signatures this 14th day of October 2013, in the City of Baguio, Philippines.



PDAF PREMIERE FINANCING
Employer
Represented by:



JAYNET L. NAFOWLES JOHN PON N. RINE
Sole proprietor Employee



SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:



JINGS E. ESTRALA BHONGS R. REMILLA


(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)


6. CONTRACT OF LEASE


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


CONTRACT OF LEASE


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:


This CONTRACT OF LEASE entered into by and between:

DULCHE N. GABANA, single, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence
and postal address 123 Ambiong Road, Aurora Hill, Baguio City, and hereinafter
referred to as the LESSOR
-and-

LUWEE B. THON, single, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and
postal address at 764 Palma- Urbano, Baguio City, Philippines, and hereinafter
referred to as the LESSEE;

WITNESSETH:

WHEREAS, the LESSOR is the lawful, absolute and registered owner of a
residential house located ate. 5/6 Genesis Point Village, Tuba, Benguet, Philippines,
hereinafter referred to as the LEASED PREMISES;

WHEREAS,LESSEE desires to lease the Leased premises and LESSOR is
willing to lease the same unto the LESSEE, subject to the terms and conditions
hereinafter specified:

NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the forgoing and mutual
covenant herein contained, LESSOR does hereby lease, rent, let and deliver by way
of lease unto the LESSEE the leased premises, and the LESSEE hereby accepts the
same, subject to the following terms and conditions:


1. TERMS. This lease shall be for a fixed period of ONE (1) YEAR
commencing on October 18, 2013 and shall expire on October 18, 2014,
renewable thereafter upon the mutual agreement of the parties.

2. RENTAL. The monthly rent for the leased premises shall be SEVENTEEN
THOUSAND PESOS (P17, 000.00) to be paid by the lessee to the lessor
within the first ten days of each and every month without the need of demand.

3. DEFAULT PAYMENT. In case of default by the LESSEE in the payment
of the rent, such as when the checks are dishonored, the LESSOR at its option
may terminate this contract and eject the LESSEE. The LESSOR has the
right to padlock the premises when the LESSEE is in default of payment for
one (1) month and may forfeit whatever rental deposit or advances have been
given by the LESSEE.

4. SUB-LEASE. The LESSEE shall not directly or indirectly sublet, allow or
permit the leased premises to be occupied in whole or in part by any person,
firm or corporation. Neither shall the LESSEE assign its rights hereunder to
any other person or entity and no right of interest thereto or therein shall be
conferred on or vested in anyone by the LESSEE without the LESSOR'S
written approval.

5. APPLIANCES. The leased premises is furnished and provided with
appliances. The Lessee shall be responsible for any and all repairs of
appliances damaged through the lease period.
6. PUBLIC UTILITIES. The LESSEE shall pay for its telephone, electric,
cable TV, water, Internet, association dues and other public services and
utilities during the duration of the lease;

7. FORCE MAJEURE. If whole or any part of the leased premises shall be
destroyed or damaged by fire, flood, lightning, typhoon, earthquake, storm,
riot or any other unforeseen disabling cause of acts of God, as to render the
leased premises during the term substantially unfit for use and occupation of
the LESSEE, then this lease contract may be terminated without
compensation by the LESSOR or by the LESSEE by notice in writing to the
other.

8. LESSOR'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. The LESSOR or its authorized agent
shall after giving due notice to the LESSEE shall have the right to enter the
premises in the presence of the LESSEE or its representative at any
reasonable hour to examine the same or make repairs therein or for the
operation and maintenance of the property, or to exhibit the leased premises
to prospective LESSEE, or for any other lawful purposes which she may deem
necessary.

9. EXPIRATION OF LEASE. At the expiration of the term of this lease or
cancellation thereof, as herein provided, the LESSEE will promptly deliver to
the LESSOR the leased premises with all corresponding keys and in as good
and tenable condition as the same is now, ordinary wear and tear expected
devoid of all occupants, movable furniture, articles and effects of any kind.
Non-compliance with the terms of this clause by the LESSEE will give the
LESSOR the right, at the latter's option, to refuse to accept the delivery of the
premises and compel the LESSEE to pay rent therefrom at the same rate plus
Twenty Five Percent (25%) thereof as penalty until the LESSEE shall have
complied with the terms hereof. The same penalty shall be imposed in case
the LESSEE fails to leave the premises after the expiration of this Contract of
Lease or termination for any reason whatsoever.

10. JUDICIAL RELIEF. Should any one of the parties herein be compelled
to seek judicial relief against the other, the losing party shall pay an amount of
One Hundred Percent (100%) of the amount claimed in the complaint as
attorney's fees which shall in no case be less than P50, 000.00, in addition to
other costs and damages which said party may be entitled to under the law.

11. This CONTRACT OF LEASE shall be valid and binding between the
parties, their successors-in-interest and assigns.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, parties herein affixed their signatures this 14th
day of October 2013 in the City of Baguio, Philippines.


DULCHE N. GABANA LUWEE B. THON
LESSOR LESSEE

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:


GIANN E. VERSACE COC O. CHANEL


(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)
7. CONTRACT OF SERVICES


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.



CONTRACT OF SERVICES


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:


This CONTRACT OF SERVICES executed by and between:


ENGR. JOSE E. MANALO., a licensed Geodetic Engineer in the Philippines,
with office address at A-16 Poblacion, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, and
hereinafter referred to as the SURVEYOR,

-and-

WALLY E. BAYOLA, of legal age, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal
address at 322 Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City, Philippines, and hereinafter referred
to as the CLIENT.


WITNESSETH:

WHEREAS, the CLIENT is the surviving heir of the late WILLIE E.
BAYOLA who is the owner of a parcel of land situated at Buyagan, 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;

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:

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;

c) 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;;

d) 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

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. Furnish all pertinent documents for the proper accomplishment of the
services of the SURVEYOR; and

b. 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 FIFTY THOUSAND (Php50, 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 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 Willie E. Bayola 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, parties herein affixed their signatures this 5th
day of December 2012 in the City of Baguio, Philippines.



WALLY E. BAYOLA ENGR. JOSE E. MANALO
Client Surveyor
TIN 091-102-091-000 TIN 123-223-133-000
Issue on Aril 19, 2007 Issued on June 12, 2005


SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:



PAOL O. BALLESTEROS VHAL D. MARO



(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)














8. CONTRACT OF SUB-LEASE


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


CONTRACT OF SUB-LEASE


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:


This CONTRACT OF SUB-LEASE made and entered into by and between:


EDMUND S. PENCER of legal age, married, Filipino, with residence and
postal address 668 St. Joseph, Navy Base, Baguio City, Philippines, and hereinafter
referred to as the SUB-LESSOR;

-and-

CHRISTOPHE R. MARLOWE, of legal age, married, Filipino and with
residence and postal address at 43 Ucab, Itogon, Benguet, Philippines, and
hereinafter referred to as the SUB-LESSEE;


WITNESSETH:

WHEREAS, the SUB-LESSOR is the LESSEE of that business
establishment located at Abanao Extension, Baguio City;

WHEREAS, the SUBLESSOR hereby SUBLEASES that aforementioned
building owned by WILLIAM S. PEAR, including the FIVE (5) BILLIARD OR
POOL TABLE therein, unto the SUBLESSEE;

NOW THEREFORE, the parties have agreed on this contract under the
following terms and conditions, to wit:

A. 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;

B. 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;

C. SUB-LEASE- The SUB-LESSEE is not allowed under any circumstances to
re-sublease the said portion;

D. 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;

E. 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;

F. 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-
LESSEE shall not remove any improvement introduced thereon after the
termination of this contract;

G. 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;

H. 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, parties herein affixed their signatures this 15th
day of October 2013 in the City of Baguio, Philippines.



EDMUND S. PENCER CHRISTOPHE R. MARLOWE
Sub-lessor Sub-lessee


SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:



NICOLL O. MACHIAVELLI PIERRE D. RONSARD



(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)
















9. CONTRACT TO SELL


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


CONTRACT TO SELL


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

This CONTRACT TO SELL, made and executed between:

GREEN C. ROSS, of legal age, single and with residence and postal
address at 31 Bayan Park, Aurora Hill, Baguio City, hereinafter referred to as
the "SELLER/VENDOR";

-and-

ETHYLA L. COHOL, Filipino and with residence and postal address at 45
Lower Sto. Thomas, Baguio City, hereinafter referred to as
the "BUYER/VENDEE".


W I T N E S S E T H :


WHEREAS, the SELLER/VENDOR is the absolute and registered owner of
a parcel of land consisting of seven thousand square meters, more or less, located at
Toybongan, Tuba, Benguet way and covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No.
43726489 issued by the Registry of Deeds of Baguio city

WHEREAS, the BUYER/VENDEE has offered to buy and the SELLER
/VENDOR has agreed to sell the above mentioned property under the terms and
conditions herein below set forth;

NOW THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the total sum of One
million pesos (Php:1, 000,000.00) Philippine Currency, and of the
covenants herein after set forth theSELLER/VENDOR agrees to sell and
the BUYER/VENDEE agrees to buy the aforesaid property subject to the following
terms and conditions;

1. The total consideration shall be One Million (Php: 1,000,000.00) PESOS,
Philippine Currency, payable as follows:

a) The amount of THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND (Php: 300,000.00)
PESOS, representing earnest money shall be payable by
the BUYER/VENDEE to theSELLER/VENDOR upon signing of this
Contract to Sell;

b) The remaining balance in the amount of SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND
(Php: 700,000.00) PESOS, shall be paid in Cash on or before September 6,
2013.

c) In case the check representing the payment for the balance provided in
paragraph b hereof, is dishonored by the drawee bank, the earnest money in
the amount of THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND (Php: 300,000.00) PESOS,
shall be forfeited in favor of the SELLER/VENDOR.

2. Capital Gains Tax and Real Estate Tax, shall be for the account
of the SELLER/VENDOR;

3. Documentary Stamps Tax, Registration Fee, registration expenses, and all
other miscellaneous fees and expenses shall be to the account
of theBUYER/VENDEE;

4. Possession to the subject property shall be delivered by
the SELLER/VENDOR to the BUYER/VENDEE upon full payment of the
total consideration;

5. Upon full payment of the total price, the SELLER/VENDOR shall sign and
execute a DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE in favor of
the BUYER/VENDEE. The SELLER/VENDOR shall likewise execute
and/or deliver any and all documents, including but not limited to the original
copy of Transfer Certificate of Title, Tax Declaration and all other documents
necessary for the transfer of ownership from SELLER/VENDOR to
the BUYER/VENDEE.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their
signatures, this 15th day of October, 2013 at Baguio City, Philippines.

GREEN C. ROSS ETHYLA L. COHOL
Vendor Vendee


SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:


BIO G. NIC ANTIBAC T. RIAL


(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)


































10. INDEMNITY AGREEMENT


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


INDEMNITY AGREEMENT


THIS INDEMNITY AGREEMENT entered into by and between:


HUNGER GAMES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (HGDC), a
corporation duly established and registered under the Philippine Laws, with principal
office and address at 147 Legarda Rd, Baguio City, Philippines, represented by its
President KATNIS S. GAMES

-and-

CATCHING FIRE FUND CORPORATION (the CFFC), a corporation
duly established and organized under Philippine Laws with principal office and
address at 178 Bonifacio St., Baguio, City Philippines and represented by its President
PEETA C. FIRE.

WITNESSETH:

A. HGDC proposes to sell 1,350,000 shares (the Units) of the CCFC
(the Offering) as qualified under Philippine Laws filed with the applicable securities
commission or regulatory authority in as provided in the Underwriting Agreement (as
hereinafter defined);

B. Pursuant to an underwriting agreement (the Underwriting Agreement)
dated February 26, 2010 between BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc., TD Securities Inc.,
CIBC World Markets Inc., National Bank Financial Inc., RBC Dominion
Securities Inc. and Canaccord Financial Ltd. (collectively, the
Underwriters), HGDC and the CCFC, the Underwriters have agreed to purchase
from HGDC, all but not less than all of the Units, on a bought deal basis, at the
purchase price of Php 500.00 per share, for an aggregate purchase price of
Php 67,500,000.00;

C.Pursuant to the Underwriting Agreement, the CCFC has agreed to
undertake various obligations (collectively, the Obligations) as set out therein to
facilitate the Offering including matters relating to the filing of the Offering
Documents, providing representations, warranties and other covenants in relation to
the Offering, including providing a certain indemnity in favor of the Underwriters;
and

D.HGDC has agreed to provide this indemnity in favor of the CCFC and the
other Indemnified Parties (as hereinafter defined) in consideration of the Fund
agreeing to undertake the Obligations.

NOW THEREFORE in consideration of the CCFC agreeing to undertake the
Obligations, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and
sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties hereto agree as follows:

1.HGDC hereby covenants and agrees to assume and be responsible for, and
to fullyindemnify and save harmless each of the CCFC and its affiliates, and the
respective trustees, directors, officers, employees and agents thereof (collectively, the
Indemnified Parties and individually an Indemnified Party) from and against all
expenses, costs, fees, disbursements, commissions and taxes payable by an
Indemnified Party in connection with undertaking and completing the Offering,
including those expenses, costs, fees, disbursements, commissions and taxes payable
to underwriters, legal counsel, auditors and transfer agents incurred in connection
with the Offering.

2. HGDC shall fully indemnify and save harmless each of the Indemnified
Parties from and against all losses, claims, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses
(including, without limitation, all amounts paid to settle actions or satisfy judgments
or awards and all reasonable legal fees and expenses and a reasonable claim for
reimbursement for an Indemnified Partys time and out-of-pocket costs in defending
such claim, and all reasonable costs, charges and expenses as incurred, which any
Indemnified Party may pay or incur in connection with investigating or disputing any
such claim or action related thereto), in any capacity under any statute or regulation
of any province or territory of Canada or any other jurisdiction, common law or
otherwise insofar as such losses, claims, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses arise
out of or are based, directly or indirectly, upon the performance by the CCFC of the
Obligations or otherwise in connection with the matters referred to in the
Underwriting Agreement and are caused by or arising directly or indirectly by reason
of:

(a)any breach of or default under any representation, warranty, covenant or
agreement made or contained in the Underwriting Agreement or in any other
document delivered pursuant to the Underwriting Agreement or the failure of
the CCFC to comply with any of its obligations thereunder (other than any
failure by the CCFC in respect of which HGDC has no control);

(b)any information or statement contained in any of the Offering Documents
being or being alleged to be a misrepresentation or untrue or any omission or
alleged omission to state in those documents any material fact required to be
stated in the Offering Documents or necessary to make any of the statements
therein not misleading in light of the circumstances in which they were made;

(c)any order made or any inquiry, investigation or proceeding instituted,
threatened or announced by any court, securities regulatory authority, stock
exchange or by any other competent authority, based upon any untrue
statement, omission or misrepresentation or alleged untrue statement,
omission or misrepresentation contained in any of the Offering Documents,
preventing or restricting the trading in or the sale or distribution of the
Purchased Units; and

(d) HGDC not complying with any requirement of any Securities Laws.

3.If any claim contemplated by Sections 1 or 2 shall be asserted against any of
the Indemnified Parties, or if any potential claim contemplated by Sections 1 or 2
shall come to the knowledge of any of the Indemnified Parties, the Indemnified Party
concerned shall notify HGDC in writing as soon as reasonably practical of the nature
of such claim (provided that any failure to so notify in respect of any potential claim
shall affect the liability of CCFC under Sections 1 and 2 only to the extent that CCFC
is prejudiced by such failure). CCFC shall, subject as hereinafter provided, be entitled
(but not required) to assume the defense on behalf of the Indemnified Party of any
suit brought to enforce such claim; provided that the defense shall be through legal
counsel selected by CCFC and acceptable to the Indemnified Party, acting
reasonably, and no settlement or admission of liability shall be made by CCFC or the
Indemnified Party without, in each case, the prior written consent of all the
Indemnified Parties affected and CCFC, in each case such consent not to be
unreasonably withheld unless such settlement, compromise or judgment: (i) includes
an unconditional release of the Indemnified Party, and (ii) does not include a
statement as to or an admission of fault, culpability or failure to act, by or on behalf of
any Indemnified Party. An Indemnified Party shall have the right to employ separate
counsel in any such suit and participate in the defence thereof but the fees and
expenses of such counsel shall be at the expense of the Indemnified Party unless:
(a) HGDC fails to assume the defence of such suit on behalf of the
Indemnified Party within 10 days of receiving notice of such suit;
(b) the employment of such counsel has been authorized by HGDC; or
(c) the named parties to any such suit (including any added or third
parties) include the Indemnified Party and HGDC and the Indemnified Party and
BPI shall have been advised in writing by counsel that there are legal defences
available to the Indemnified Parties that are different or in addition to those available
to HGDC, or that representation of the Indemnified Party by counsel for HGDC is
inappropriate as a result of the potential or actual conflicting interests of those
represented;(in each of cases (a), (b) or (c), HGDC shall not have the right to assume
the defence of such suit on behalf of the Indemnified Party, but HGDC shall be liable
to pay the reasonable fees and expenses of separate counsel for all Indemnified
Parties and, in addition, of local counsel in each applicable jurisdiction).
Notwithstanding the foregoing, no settlement may be made by an Indemnified Party
without the prior written consent of HGDC, which consent will not be unreasonably
withheld.

4.In order to provide for just and equitable contribution in circumstances in
which theindemnity provided in Sections 1 and 2 hereof would otherwise be available
in accordance with its terms but is, for any reason not solely attributable to any one
or more of the Indemnified Parties, held to be unavailable to or unenforceable by the
Indemnified Parties or enforceable otherwise than in accordance with its terms, the
CCFC and HGDC shall severally, and not jointly, contribute to the aggregate of all
claims, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses and all losses (other than losses of
profits) of the nature contemplated in Sections 1 and 2 hereof and suffered or
incurred by the Indemnified Parties in proportions reflective of the relative benefits
received by the CCFC and HGDC, as well as their relative fault and any other
relevant equitable considerations, as determined by a court of competent jurisdiction.
However, no party who has engaged in any fraud, willful disregard, fraudulent
misrepresentation, negligence, willful misconduct or recklessdisregard shall be
entitled to claim indemnity or contribution from any person who has not engaged in
such fraud, willful disregard, fraudulent misrepresentation, negligence, willful
misconduct or reckless disregard.

5. In the event and to the extent that a court of competent jurisdiction in a
final judgment from which no appeal can be made or a regulatory authority in a final
ruling from which no appeal can be made shall determine that the liabilities, claims,
actions, suits, proceedings, losses, costs, damages or expenses resulted from the
negligence, willful or reckless disregard, fraud or willful misconduct of an
Indemnified Party claiming indemnity or contribution hereunder, this indemnity or
contribution shall not apply to such Indemnified Party.
6.HGDC hereby acknowledges and agrees that the CCFC is contracting herein
on its own behalf and as agent for its trustees and affiliates, and the respective
trustees, directors, officers, employees and agents of its affiliates (collectively, the
Beneficiaries). In this regard, the Fund shall act as trustee for the Beneficiaries of
the covenants of HGDC herein with respect to the Beneficiaries and accepts these
trusts and shall hold and enforce such covenants on behalf of the Beneficiaries.

7. The rights to contribution provided herein shall be in addition to and not in
derogation of any other right to contribution which the Indemnified Parties may have
by statute or otherwise at law.

8. Any party entitled to contribution will, promptly after receiving notice of
commencement of any claim, action, suit or proceeding against such party in respect
of which a claim for contribution may be made against the other party under Section
4, notify such party from whom contribution may be sought. In no case shall such
party from whom contribution may be sought be liable hereunder, unless such notice
has been provided, but the omission to so notify such party shall not relieve the party
from whom contribution may be sought from any other obligation it may have
otherwise than under Section 4, except to the extent such party is materially
prejudiced by the failure to receive such notice. The right to contribution provided in
Section 4 shall be in addition to, and not in derogation of, any other right to
contribution that the Fund may have by statute or otherwise by law.

9. Each of the covenants and provisions hereof is severable from every other
covenant and provision and the invalidity or unenforceability of any one or more
covenants and provisions of this Agreement shall not affect the validity or
enforceability of the remaining covenants and provisions hereof HGDCshall pay all
amounts due to the Indemnified Party hereunder forthwith upon demand by an
Indemnified Party.

10. The obligations set out herein shall apply whether or not the transactions
contemplated by the Underwriting Agreement are completed and shall survive the
completion of the transactions contemplated by the Underwriting Agreement and the
termination of this Agreement.

11. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the
parties hereto and their respective heirs, administrators, executors, successors and
assigns. Neither of the parties hereto may assign its rights or obligations under this
Agreement without the prior written consent of the other party hereto.

12. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the
laws of the
Philippines.

13. This Agreement constitutes the complete agreement between the parties
and with respectto the subject matter treated herein and shall not be varied in its
terms by oral agreement, representation or otherwise except an instrument or
instruments in writing dated subsequent to the date hereof and executed by the
parties, and this Agreement supersedes all prior agreements, memoranda,
correspondence, communication, negotiations or representations, whether oral or
written, express or implied, between the parties with respect to the subject matter.

14. Any notice or other communication required or permitted to be given
under this (a) Agreement will be in writing and will be delivered to each
corporation respective addresses provided above.

15. All capitalized terms used but not otherwise defined herein shall have
the meanings ascribed to such terms in the Underwriting Agreement and the notice
provisions of the Underwriting Agreement are hereby incorporated by reference.

16. The parties hereto acknowledge that the trustees of the CCFC are entering
into this agreement solely in their capacity as trustees or as agent, as the case may be,
on behalf of the CCFC and the obligations of the CCFC hereunder shall not be
personally binding upon the trustees of the CCFC or any of the Unitholders or any
annuitant under a plan of which a Unitholder is a trustee or carrier (an annuitant)
and that any recourse against the CCFC, the trustees of the CCFC or any Unitholder
or annuitant in any manner in respect of any indebtedness, obligation or liability of
the Fund arising hereunder or arising in connection herewith or from the matters to
which this agreement relates, if any, including without limitation claims based on
negligence or otherwise tortious behavior, shall be limited to, and satisfied only out
of, the Trust Assets as defined in the Declaration of Trust.

17. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, each of which shall be
deemed to be anoriginal but all of which together shall constitute one and the same
instrument.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands this
15th day of October 2013 in the City of Baguio, Philippines.


HUNGER GAMES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Represented by:


KATNIS S. GAMES
President


CATCHING FIRE FUND CORPORATION
Represented by:


PEETA C. FIRE.
President


SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:



GREEN N. YELO ORANGE N. BROWN



(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)












11. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:


This Agreement made and executed by:


SKY S. BLU, of legal age, Filipino, single, with residence and postal address
at 140 Suello Village, Marcos Highway, Baguio City, and hereinafter referred as the
FIRST PARTY;
-and-

GRASS S. GRIN, of legal age, married, Filipino, with postal address at 22
Puguis, La Trinidad, Benguet, and 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 May 2012 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 respectively as of
28 November 2012 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 November 21, 2013;

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 December 2012 up to August 14, 2013 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, parties herein affixed their signatures this 21st
day of October 2013 in the City of Baguio, Philippines.


SKY S. BLU GRASS S GRIN
First Party Second Party

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:


CANDY S. PINK CLOUD S. WAYT


(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)
12. PARTITION AGREEMENT OF A REGISTERED LAND WITH A
SIMULTANEOUS WAIVER


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


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:

MIO M.VEGA, of legal age, single, Filipino Citizen, with residence and postal
address at 117 Kayang St., Baguio City, Philippines;

and

LEXIS D. TAN, of legal age, single, Filipino Citizen, with residence and
postal address at 118 Kayang St., Baguio City, Philippines.


W I T N E S S E T H :

WHEREAS, the above-mentioned parties are the co-owners of that parcel of
land situated at Legarda Road, Baguio City, 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. Legarda Road, Baguio City, thence N.
48-43 E. 62.05 m. to point 2; N. 67-07 E. 77.72 m. to point 3; N.


NOTARY PUBLIC


Roll No. 8689
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 SeverinoMalitas 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, City of Baguio,
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. 81-56 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.


WHEREAS, the parties have caused the subdivision of the above-described
real property into TWO (2) lots as per Subdivision Plan of XXX as surveyed for XXX
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 3 hectares, shall be adjudicated in favor of MIO M.
VEGA
LOT 2, with an area of 2 hectares shall be adjudicated in favor of LEXIS D.
TAN

WHEREAS, the copy of Transfer Certificate of Title No. 1086 is hereto
attached and made as integral part hereof;

WHEREAS, the co-owner MIO M. VEGA, for and in consideration of her
love and affection to her personal assistant, LYDIA M. VEGAsingle, of legal age,
Filipino Citizen and resident of La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines, do hereby
WAIVE, as he hereby WAIVED, pro indiviso, all his rights, share and participation
over the said parcel of land to his aforementioned personal assistant;

WHEREAS, the parties hereby request, the Register of Deeds of Baguio to
issue individual Titles in accordance with this partition agreement.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their
signatures this 21
st
day of October 2013 in Baguio City, Philippines.



MIO M. VEGA LEXIS D. TAN
Co-owner Co-owner


SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:


BELL A. SWAN EDWARD C. OLLINS


(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)



















13. PARTITION AGREEMENT


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


PARTITION AGREEMENT


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:


This PARTITION AGREEMENT made and entered into by and between:


LAY D. GAGA, of legal age, single, Filipino citizen, with residence and postal
address at 325 Magnolia St., Upper Q.M., Baguio City;


and


KAY T. PERI, of legal age, single, Filipino citizen, with residence and postal
address at 226Gladiola St., Upper Q.M., Baguio City,


W I T N E S S E T H :

THAT the PARTIES are the registered owner of an unregistered land under
Assessment of Real Property No. 99-007-09999 located in 98 Malaya St., Dominican-
Mirador, Baguio City with a total area of ONE THOUSAND (1,000) SQUARE
METERS, more or less more particularly described as follows:


TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
ARP NO. 99-007-09999

Camotal land consisting an area of ONE THOUSAND (1,000) SQUARE
METERS, more or less. Bounded on the North: Lot 5006; East: Lot 5007;


NOTARY PUBLIC


Roll No. 8689
South: Public Land; West: road. With an assessed value of Ten Thousand
Three Hundred Sixty Five Pesos (10,365.00).

THAT the PARTIES have caused the subdivision of the aforesaid parcel of
land into two (2) lots;

THAT the PARTIES have agreed and covenanted, as by these Presents, do
hereby agree and covenant, that:

1. FIVE HUNDRED(500) SQUARE METERS shall appertain and belong to
GIRL S. SANCHEZ, her heirs and assignstechnically described as follows:


TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
S.02 12W. 100 M.
S.88 55W. 100 M.
N.45 38E. 100 M.
N.43 43E. 100 M.
N.35 25E. 100 M.


2. FIVE HUNDRED (500) SQUARE METERS shall appertain and belong to
OTOY S. SALVADOR, his heirs and assignstechnically described as follows:


TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
S.88 34W. 83 M.
N.49 55W. 84 M.
N.45 46E. 83 M.
N.88 55E. 83 M.
S. 89 01E. 83 M.
S. 02 12W. 83 M.


NOW THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the above agreement, the
Parties herein shall have the Assessment of Real Property No. 99-007-09999 be
CANCELLED by the Municipal Assessors Office and in lieu thereof to issue TWO (2)
new Declarations of Real Property for the two (2) lots in favor of the two (2) owners,
respectively.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties have hereunto set their hands, this
23rd day of October 2013, in the City of Baguio, Philippines.


LAY D. GAGA KAY T. PERI
Co-owner Co-owner

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:


JUSTIN B. BERR BRUN O. MARS
(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)





























14. BUSINESS SPACE LEASE AGREEMENT


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES}
CITY OF BAGUIO } S.S.


BUSINESS SPACE LEASE AGREEMENT


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:


This LEASE AGREEMENT is executed and entered into by and between:


PHIL E. PINS, of legal age, single, Filipino citizen, with residence and postal
address at 33 Purok 2, Luna St., Irisan, Baguio City, hereinafter referred to as the
LESSOR;

-and-

MHAL A. SHA, single, of legal age, Filipino citizen, with residence and postal
address at 43 Roxas St., Trancoville, Baguio City, hereinafter referred to as the
LESSEE.

W I T N E S S E T H :

PREMISES LEASED:

The LESSOR shall allow the LESSEE to rent/lease the lower and/or
basement portion of a Commercial Building located at Unit 111 De Guzman Bldg.,
Legarda Road, Baguio City. The basement portion has two (2) partitions with
separate entries, viz:

1. One partition with ingress from the front gate/garage which is not included
in the lease contract;

2. One partition with entry outside and adjacent the gate is the exact location
of the leased premises.


NOTARY PUBLIC


Roll No. 8689
Beginning from the Northwest side along the main road fronting the gate until
the interior portion Northeast to Southeast portion or specifically the left portion of
the basement fronting the main gate is not included the lease. The LESSEES
occupation is only and specifically outside the main gates perimeter or the right
portion of the residential buildings basement situated at Southwest until the
Southeast portion with reference point facing the residential building from the main
road (Legarda Road);

PERIOD OF CONTRACT, RENTAL, DEPOSIT, DUE DATE AND
SURCHARGES:

This contract of lease shall be binding and enforced for the period of two (2)
year beginning from October 15, 2013 until October 15, 2015.

The contract shall not be renewed after October 15, 2015.

In case there is valid cause to pre-terminate this contract, the party pre-
terminating the same shall give notice to the other at least a month prior to the
effectivity of pre-termination.
The monthly rental shall be TWENTY THOUSAND
PESOS(PhP20,000.00) payable every last day of the applicable month starting on
November 24, 2013. The rental for the period October 15, 2013 to October 31, 2013
amounting to PhP12, 000.00 shall be paid not later than November 24, 2013.

The LESSEE agrees that the deposit in the amount of TWENTY
THOUSAND PESOS (PhP20,000.00)for the previous lease contract shall apply
to this contract. The deposit shall be returned to the LESSOR one month after the
expiration of this contract less whatever utility bills and damages incurred by the
LESSOR.

In the event that the LESSEE would be delayed in the financial obligation and
the payment would only take effect on or before 10
th
of the succeeding month, a 10
th

surcharge is added to the previous monthly rental dues. Another 10
th
surcharge
would be meted the delayed payment if such would be concluded after the succeeding
months ending.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE LEASE:

1. The LESSEE shall, at his sole exclusive account and responsibility, pay the
electric and water bills pertaining to the leased premises;

2. The LESSEE shall not make any alteration, modification and/or change or
in any manner introduced improvements or repair in the leased premises whether
minor or major, temporary or permanent, unless otherwise with the written consent
and approval of the LESSOR. The LESSEE is legally liable of any damages incurred
in the alteration of the leased property and shall at her expense pay such damages.

Specifically for improvements of the rented premises negotiated to the
LESSOR, expenses shall be shouldered solely by the LESSEE as deem fit for
its intended purposes. These improvements shall in no way be destroyed and/or
altered by the LESSEE should this contract be terminated with reason or due cause;

3. The LESSEE shall in no case sub-lease the rented premises;

4. The LESSEE shall be obligated to maintain sanitation in the premises and
observe proper waste disposal of garbage;

5. The LESSEE is obliged to install anti-fire gadgets and/or fire extinguishers
for fire prevention which shall not be taken away after the termination of the
contract. The LESSEE shall strictly prohibit smoking in the rented premises;

6. Liquefied gas (LPG) for cooking purpose only is allowed for use. No
flammable material of any kind whatsoever shall be used, stored or maintained by
the LESSEE in the leased premises.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands this
15
th
day of October 2013 in the City of Baguio, Philippines.


PHIL E. PINS MHAL A. SHA
Lessor Lessee


SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:

THA E. LAND PHAK E. STAN


(ACKNOWLEDGEMENT)