Thursday, November 20, 2014

Notices Nov. 17, 201

RA Form No. 10.1 (LCRO)
Republic of the Philippines
Local Civil Registry Office
Province of Ilocos Norte
Municipality of Bangui

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
          In compliance with Section 5 of RA No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that CECILIA BLACE GARDON has filed with this Office a Petition for Change of First Name from “CONCESA” to “CECILIA” in the birth certificate of CONCESA BLACE who was born on April 8, 1956 at Bangui, Ilocos Norte and whose parents are Basilio Blace and Angeles Pagurayan.
          Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her written opposition with this Office not later than December 1, 2014.

(SGD) GLORIA B. AMUDO
Municipal Civil Registrar
Nov. 17-23, 24-30, 2014*IT
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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
Regional Trial Court
First Judicial Region
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF COURT & EX-OFFICIO SHERIFF
Batac City

RURAL BANK OF CABUGAO (ILOCOS SUR) INC.,
Mortgagee,
-versus-
MR. ROGER P. RAMBAUD,
Mortgagor.
EJF No. 249-18

NOTICE OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SALE
          Upon extra-judicial petition for sale under Act. No. 3135 as amended filed by mortgagee RURAL BANK OF CABUGAO INC. (Badoc Branch, Badoc, Ilocos Norte) against MR. ROGER P. RAMBAUD of Brgy. Puritac, Pinili, Ilocos Norte, to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of September 2014 amounts to THREE HUNDRED THIRTY THREE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED NINETY NINE PESOS (p333,399.00) excluding penalties, past due interest, attorney’s fees and the expenses of the foreclosure, the undersigned or his duly authorized representative will sell at public auction on December 9, 2014 at 10:00 A. M. or soon thereafter at the main entrance of Bulwagan Ng Katarungan, Batac City to the highest bidder for cash or manager’s check and in Philippine Currency, the following properties to wit:

Transfer Certificate of Title
No. TC-580
A parcel of land, Lot 29, PSD-027495, VLT, being a portion of Lot FP-2260 situated at Brgy. Puritac, Pinili, Ilocos Norte; bounded on the NE., points 5-6 by Lot 48; and points 6-7-8 by Lot 47; on the SE., points 8-9 by Lot 28; points 9-10-11-12 by Lot 24; points 12-13 by Lot 23 and points 13-14 by Lot 22; on the SW., points 14-15 by Lot 20, and on the NW., points 15-16-1 by Lot 30, points 1-2-3 by Lot 32, points 3-4 by Lot 39 and points 4-5 by Lot 44, all of the subdivision plan. Containing an area of ONE THOUSAND NINETY SIX square meters more or less. All points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by AR cyl. mons. Date of original survey on Feb. 6-9, 1913 and that the subdivision survey on June 22-25, 1994 by Engineer Lauro Luz and approved on October 20, 1994.
This Lot was surveyed in accordance with the existing rules and regulations of the Bureau of Lands.

Transfer Certificate of Title
No. T.C.-587
A parcel of land, Lot 71, PSD-027495, VLT, being a portion of Lot FP-2260 situated at Puritac, Pinili, Ilocos Norte; bounded on the NE., points 1-2 by Lot 74 of the subdivision plan; on the SE., points 2-3-4 by Barangay Road; on the SW., points 4-5 by the Barangay Road; and on the NW., points 5-1 by Lot 72 of the subdivision plan. Containing an area of SIX HUNDRED NINETY SEVEN (697) square meters more or less. All points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by AR cyl. mons. Date of original survey on Feb. 6-9, 1913 and that the subdivision survey on June 22-25, 1994 by Engineer Lauro Luz and approved on October 20, 1994.
This Lot was surveyed in accordance with the existing rules and regulations of the Bureau of Lands.

Transfer Certificate of Title
No. T.C.-586
A parcel of land, Lot 72, PSD-027495, VLT, being a portion of Lot FP-2260 situated at Barangay Puritac, Pinili, Ilocos Norte; bounded on the NE., points 5-1 by Lot 73; on the SE., points 1-2 by Lot 71, both of the subdivision plan; and on the SW., and NW., points 2-3-4-5 by Barangay Road. Containing an area of THREE HUNDRED FOURTEEN (314) square meters more or less. All points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by AR cyl. mons. Date of original survey on Feb. 6-9, 1913 and that the subdivision survey on June 22-25, 1994 by Engineer Lauro Luz and approved on October 20, 1994.
This Lot was surveyed in accordance with the existing rules and regulations of the Bureau of Lands.

Transfer Certificate of Title
No. T.C.-585
A parcel of land, Lot 64, PSD-027495, VLT, being a portion of Lot FP-2260 situated at Puritac, Pinili, Ilocos Norte; bounded on the NE., points 3-4-5 by Barangay Road; on the SE., points 5-6 by Lot 53; on the SW., points 6-1 by Lot 49 and points 1-2 by Lot 63; and on the NW., points 2-3 by Lot 62, all of the subdivision plan. Containing an area of SIX HUNDRED FORTY ONE (641) square meters more or less. All points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by AR cyl. mons. Date of original survey on Feb. 6-9, 1913 and that the subdivision survey on June 22-25, 1994 by Engineer Lauro Luz and approved on October 20, 1994.
This Lot was surveyed in accordance with the existing rules and regulations of the Bureau of Lands.

Transfer Certificate of Title
No. T.C.-582
A parcel of land, Lot 31, PSD-027495, VLT, being a portion of Lot FP-2260 situated at Puritac, Pinili, Ilocos Norte; bounded on the NE., points 4-5 by Lot 38 and points 5-1 by Lot 32; on the SE., points 1-2 by Lot 30; on the SW., points 2-3 by Lot 33; and on the NW., points 3-4 by Lot 36, all of the subdivision plan. Containing an area of SIX HUNDRED FORTY NINE (649) square meters more or less. All points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by AR cyl. mons. Date of original survey on Feb. 6-9, 1913 and that the subdivision survey on June 22-25, 1994 by Engineer Lauro Luz and approved on October 20, 1994.
This Lot was surveyed in accordance with the existing rules and regulations of the Bureau of Lands.

Transfer Certificate of Title
No. T.C.-581
A parcel of land, Lot 37 PSD-027495, VLT, being a portion of Lot FP-2260 situated at Barangay Puritac, Pinili, Ilocos Norte; bounded on the NW., and NE., points 3-4-5 by Lot 40 and points 5-1 by Lot 36;  on the SE., points 1-2 by Lot 36; and on the SW., points 2-3 by Lot 35, all of the subdivision plan. Containing an area of FIVE HUNDRED THIRTY FIVE (535) square meters more or less. All points referred to are indicated on the plan and are marked on the ground by AR cyl. mons. Date of original survey on Feb. 6-9, 1913 and that the subdivision survey on June 22-25, 1994 by Engineer Lauro Luz and approved on October 20, 1994.
This Lot was surveyed in accordance with the existing rules and regulations of the Bureau of Lands.

          Prospective buyers may investigate for themselves the title of the above-described properties and its encumbrances if there be any.
          All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above-stated date and time.
          In the event the public auction should not take place on the said date it shall be held on December 16, 2014 at 10:00 A.M. or soon thereafter without further notice.
          November 11, 2014, Batac City, Ilocos Norte.

(SGD) ATTY. ARTHUR C. AGULLANA, JR.
Clerk of Court & Ex-Officio Sheriff

(SGD) GILBERT ERNESTO P. YALAO III
Sheriff IV
Copy Furnished:
Rural Bank of Cabugao Inc. (Badoc Branch)
Badoc, Ilocos Norte
Mr. Roger P. Rambaud
Brgy. Puritac, Pinili, Ilocos Norte

Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1, 2014*IT
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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
FIRST JUDICIAL REGION
BRANCH 18, BATAC, ILOCOS NORTE

IN RE: PETITION FOR THE DECLARATION OF PRESUMPTIVE DEATH OF ROQUE V. TORCINO, FORMER RESIDENT OF BARANGAY CAMANDINGAN, Batac CITY, ILOCOS NORTE,

ANNA FE B. TORCINO,
Petitioner.

Civil Case No. 5479-18
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O R D E R

          A verified Petition for Declaration of Presumptive Death of Roque V. Torcino, former resident of Brgy. Camandingan, Batac City, Ilocos Norte, filed by petitioner Anna Fe B. Torcino of Brgy. Camandingan, Batac City, Ilocos Norte, through counsel, seeking the Court, that an order be issued directing that the evidence for the petitioner be received in a summary court proceeding pursuant to Art. 238 of the Family Code, and thereafter, judgment be rendered declaring petitioner’s husband, Roque V. Torcino, to be presumptively dead, for the purpose of petitioner’s remarriage in accordance with Article 41 of the Family Code.
          The Court hereby sets the initial hearing on December 15, 2014, at 2:00 o’clock in the afternoon, at the Session Hall of this Court located at the Bulwagan ng Katarungan, Batac City, Ilocos Norte, and on such date, time and place, all interested parties may appear and file his/her Opposition on the same within a period of five (5) days before such scheduled date of hearing, and to show cause why the Petition should not be given due course.
          Let copies of this Order be furnished the Office of the Solicitor General, Manila and the Office of the Provincial Prosecutor, Batac City, Ilocos Norte.
          Let also a copy of this Order be published at the expense of the petitioner once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation in the province of Ilocos Norte and in the City of Laoag.
          SO ORDERED.
          Batac City, Ilocos Norte, November 7, 2014.

(SGD) ISIDORO T. POBRE
Presiding Judge
Copy furnished:
1)     The OSG, Makati City
2)    The OPP, Batac City
Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1, 2014*IT
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EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS, AGREEMENT OF PARTITION AND SALE
          Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the late CELSA PALADA who died on November 23, 1993 in Batac, Ilocos Norte (now Batac City), consisting of a parcel of land, designated as Lot 15687, Cad 398, situated at Brgy. # 35 Billoca, Batac, Ilocos Norte (now Batac City) covered and described under OCT No. P-32257, including the improvements found thereon, has been extrajudicially adjudicated by her forced legal heirs with waiver of rights, agreement of partition and a portion (Lot 15687-G, Psd-01-068121) with no improvements found thereon, of which was simultaneously convey by way of absolute sale in favor of Spouses Danilo P. Agulay and Michelle Agulay, both of legal age, Filipino citizens, with residence and postal address at Brgy. # 35 Billoca, Batac City, Ilocos Norte and another portion (Lot 15687-C, Psd-068121) representing the share of Paulo M. Palada, Jr. in which he convey by way of absolute sale in favor of Edwin Palada, of legal age, married to Tranquilina C. Palada, Filipino citizen, with residence and postal address at Brgy. # 35 Billoca, Batac City, Ilocos Norte in which they acknowledged and ratified before Notary Public Atty. Francisco A. Musni of the City of Laoag, Ilocos Norte, with Doc. No. 25, Page No. 5; Book No. LXIX, dated November 3, 2014, Series of 2014,
Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1, 2014*IT
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DEED OF ADJUDICATION WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS
          Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the late JUAN S. YAPO consisting of a motor vehicle and more particularly described as follows: Make- Isuzu; Model- 1994; Type- Cargo Truck; Serial No. CXM19V-1983663; Motor- 10PC1-938536; Plate No. TPY389 and File- 1312-68277 has been the subject of Deed of Adjudication with Waiver of Rights executed by his heir in favor of Rogelio R. Yapo, Jr. ratified and acknowledged before Notary Public Windell D. Chua as per Doc. No. 258; Page No. 53; Bk. No. XXXI; S. of 2014.
Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1, 2014*IT
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DEED OF ADJUDICATION AND SALE
          Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the late MARTINA FUGAS-FADER consisting of a ½ of the parcel of land designated as Lot No. 11460, CAD-445-D located at Pambaran, Paoay, Ilocos Norte, covered by O.C.T. No. P-21327 containing an area of 371 sq. m. has been adjudicated her only surviving spouse FEDERICO FADER and simultaneously sold to the spouses SILVESTRE BAGAMASPAD and ZENAIDA L. BAGAMASPAD ratified and acknowledged before Notary Public: Fe P. Acosta-Aguinaldo as per Doc. No. 955; Page No. 9; Book No. LX; Series of 1997.
Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1, 2014*IT
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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
FIRST JUDICIAL REGION
BRANCH 19
BANGUI, ILOCOS NORTE

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES,
Represented by the Department of Energy (DOE)
Plaintiff,
-versus-
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF JOSE AGUSTIN and the MUNICIPAL ASSESSOR OF PASUQUIN, ILOCOS NORTE
Defendants.

Civil Case No. 2221-19
For: Expropriation
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A M E N D E D  C O M P L A I N T
(Summons by Publication)
PLAINTIFF, by counsel, respectfully states:
1.       Plaintiff Republic of the Philippines, represented by the Department of Energy (DOE), is a sovereign political entity with the inherent power to expropriate private property for public use upon payment of just compensation.  It may be served with court processes through its statutory counsel, the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG), at 134 Amorsolo Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City.
2.     Private defendant are the unknown heirs, if any, of Jose Agustin, who was a claimant of the property that is the subject matter of this case. Their true names and addresses are unknown; and despite diligent inquiry, cannot be ascertained. They are being impleaded in accordance with Section 1, Rule 67 of the 1997 Rules of the Civil Procedure.
3.     Public defendant Municipal Assessor of Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte, who is charged with the duty, inter alia, of maintaining a system for real property identification and accounting for taxation purposes, is impleaded as a nominal party.  She holds office in Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte, where he may be served with summons and other court processes;
4.     The 1987 Constitution recognizes the State’s paramount interest in improving the quality of life for all, which may be done by promoting industrialization that utilizes full and efficient use of human and natural resources.  If achieved, industrialization will significantly improve the delivery of goods and services produced by the nation.  Towards this end, the policy of the State is to give all sectors of the economy, especially the private sector, optimum opportunity to develop the natural resources.1
5.     Section 2, Article XII of the 1987 Constitution provides:
SEC. 2. All lands of the public domain, waters, minerals, coal, petroleum, and other mineral oils, all forces of potential energy, fisheries, forests or timber, wildlife, flora and fauna, and other natural resources are owned by the State.  With the exception of agricultural lands, all other natural resources shall not be alienated.  The exploration, development, and utilization of natural resources shall be under the full control and supervision of the State.  The State may directly undertake such activities, or it may enter into co-production, joint venture, or production-sharing agreements with Filipino citizens, or corporations or associations at least sixty per centum of whose capital is owned by such citizens [...]
6.     The National Government, through the DOE, endeavors to proactively involve the private sector in pursuing energy projects to meet the energy demands of an industrialized nation. Specifically, Republic Act (R.A.) No. 91362 declares it a State policy to enhance the inflow of private capital and broaden the ownership base of the power generation, transmission and distribution sectors in order to minimize the financial risk exposure of the National Government.
7.     Under R.A. No. 7638,3 the DOE is required to “[f]ormulate policies for the planning and implementation of a comprehensive program for the efficient supply and economical use of energy consistent with the approved national economic plan and with the policies on environmental protection and conservation and maintenance of ecological balance[…].”
8.     To complement the mandate of the DOE, Executive Order (E.O.) No. 462, Series of 1997, was issued to enable the private sector to participate in the exploration, development, utilization and commercialization of ocean, solar and wind energy resources for power and commercialization.
9.     The harnessing and utilization of renewable energy comprises a critical component of the government’s strategy to provide energy supply for the country.4 In this regard, the DOE has partnered with the Energy Development Corporation (EDC) to exploit wind energy resources for wide-scale use.
10.  Accordingly, the DOE in partnership with the EDC will undertake the Burgos Wind Project (BWP) under DOE Certificate of Registration No. WESC-2009-09-004.
11.    The BWP is a flagship project of the National Government that aims to promote energy security and sufficiency.  With the mounting demand for electricity, the BWP will generate and provide the entire Luzon and Visayas grids with “clean electricity” through the development, construction and operation of as much as fifty (50) wind turbines.  By harnessing wind in the generation of energy, the BWP will likewise displace as much as 124,901 tons of carbon dioxide, which will effectively curb greenhouse gas emissions.  The BWP will have a capacity of 86 megawatts (86 mw) and will cover an area of approximately six hundred hectares (600 Ha) across four (4) municipalities in the Province of Ilocos Norte.  Once completed, it will become the biggest wind farm in the Philippines.
12.  The BWP is a public necessity and of paramount national importance as it aims to achieve self-reliance in the country's energy requirements through the integrated and intensive development of its indigenous energy resources and through the judicious conservation, renewal and efficient utilization of energy to keep pace with the country's growing demand.
13.  The implementation of the BWP necessitates the immediate acquisition of properties within the City of Laoag and the Municipalities of Bacarra, Pasuquin and Burgos, Ilocos Norte.
14.  Private defendants claim an interest – based on Tax Declaration No. 08-0016-005595- over Lot No. 30562, with an area of 225 square meters (sq. m.), more or less, situated in Barangay Carusipan, Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte.
15.  Plaintiff seeks to expropriate a portion of the subject property, or the aggregate area of 222 sq. m., which will be needed as site6 for the implementation of the BWP.
16.  There is no permanent improvement constructed on the subject portion per the Certification7 issued by the Municipal Assessor of Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte.

ARGUMENT IN SUPPORT OF THE PRAYER FOR THE ISSUANCE OF THE WRIT OF POSSESSION
17.  Being a flagship project of the National Government, the issuance of a writ of possession to facilitate plaintiff's immediate entry into the subject property to begin the construction of the BWP is of utmost urgency.
18.  The prompt implementation of the BWP is significant as it will lessen the country's dependence on oil as a primary energy source. And as the BWP will generate “clean electricity”, it will at the same time address the pressing need for the government to take a more active role in protecting and preserving the environment.
19.  In Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) v. J. King and Sons Company, Inc.,8 the Supreme Court held that, upon compliance with the guidelines set forth in Section 4 of R.A. No. 8974, the issuance of a writ of possession is a ministerial duty:
R.A. No. 8974 provides a different scheme for the obtention of a writ of possession.  The law does not require a deposit with a government bank; instead it requires the government to immediately pay the property owner.  The provisional character of this payment means that it is not yet final, yet, sufficient under the law to entitle the Government to the writ of possession over the expropriated property.  The provisional payment is a prerequisite and a trigger for the issuance of the writ of possession.  In Gingoyon, we held that:
It is the plain intent of Rep. Act No. 8974 to supersede the system of deposit under Rule 67 with the scheme of “immediate payment” in cases involving national government infrastructure projects.
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Rep. Act No. 8974 is plainly clear in imposing the requirement of immediate prepayment, and no amount of statutory deconstruction can evade such requisite.  It enshrines a new approach towards eminent domain that reconciles the inherent unease attending expropriation proceedings with a position of fundamental equity. While expropriation proceedings have always demanded just compensation in exchange for private property, the previous deposit requirement impeded immediate compensation to the private owner, especially in cases wherein the determination of the final amount of compensation would prove highly disputed.  Under the new modality prescribed by Rep. Act No. 8974, the private owner sees immediate monetary recompense, with the same degree of speed as the taking of his/her property.
[…]
Petitioner was supposed to tender the provisional payment directly to respondent during a hearing which it had failed to attend.  Petitioner, then, deposited the provisional payment with the court.  The trial court did not commit an error in accepting the deposit and in issuing the writ of possession.  The deposit of the provisional amount with the court is equivalent to payment.
        Indeed, Section 4 of R.A. No. 8974 is emphatic to the effect that “upon compliance with the guidelines...the court shall immediately issue to the implementing agency an order to take possession of the property and start the implementation of the project.”  Under this statutory provision, when the government, its agencies or government-owned and controlled corporations, make the required provisional payment, the trial court has a ministerial duty to issue a writ of possession.  In Capitol Steel Corporation v. PHIVIDEC Industrial Authority, we held that:
Upon compliance with the requirements, a petitioner in an expropriation case...is entitled to a writ of possession as a matter of right and it becomes the ministerial duty of the trial court to forthwith issue the writ of possession.  No hearing is required and the court neither exercises its discretion or judgment in determining the amount of the provisional value of the properties to be expropriated as the legislature has fixed the amount under Section 4 of R.A. No. 8974. (emphasis ours)
It is mandatory on the trial court's part to issue the writ of possession and on the sheriff's part to deliver possession of respondent's property to petitioner pursuant to the writ.
20.The subject property’s current zonal value8 is pegged by the BIR Revenue District Office (RDO) No. 1, Laoag City at Php 60.00 per sq. m.
21.  In accordance with Section 9, Rule 67 of the 1997 Rules of Civil Procedure, plaintiff will deposit with the Honorable Court the amount of 13,320.00‑ equivalent to one hundred percent (100%) of the subject portion’s value based on the current relevant zonal valuation – for the benefit of the person entitled thereto as may be adjudged by the Honorable Court in the same proceeding.
22. Upon compliance with the requirements, particularly upon the deposit of the payment with the Honorable Court, plaintiff is entitled to the issuance of a writ of possession as a matter of right.

PRAYER
WHEREFORE, premises considered, it is respectfully prayed that the Honorable Court shall:
i.       ALLOW summons on private defendants to be served by publication in a newspaper of general circulation and in such place and for such time as the Honorable Court may order in accordance with Section 14, Rule 14 of the 1997 Rules of Civil Procedure.
ii.    Upon deposit with the Honorable Court the payment in an amount equivalent to one hundred percent (100%) of the subject portion’s value based on its current relevant zonal valuation, ISSUE a writ of possession authorizing plaintiff to take immediate possession, control, and disposition thereof.
iii. After due notice and hearing, ISSUE an order of expropriation declaring that plaintiff has a lawful and exclusive right to occupy, possess, use and enjoy the subject property for the public purpose described above, upon payment of just compensation.
iv.  Upon issuance of an order of expropriation, APPOINT three (3) competent and disinterested persons as commissioners to ascertain and report to the Honorable Court the just compensation to be paid for the subject portion; and
v.     After judgment of expropriation has been rendered, DIRECT public defendant to register the order of expropriation upon presentment and annotate a memorandum thereof on the tax declaration as a lien or encumbrance.
       Other forms of relief just and equitable under the premises are likewise prayed for.
Makati City for the Municipality of Bangui, Ilocos Norte, September 15, 2014.

FLORIN T. HILBAY
Acting Solicitor General
Roll No. 44957
IBP Lifetime No. 08505
MCLE Exemption No. IV-001068, 5-14-13

THOMAS M. LARAGAN
Assistant Solicitor General
(On Official Travel)
Roll No. 38842
IBP Lifetime No. 09144, 04/29/10
MCLE Exemption No. IV-000051

(SGD) CARMINDA PUNZALAN-GAITE
Senior State Solicitor
(Officer-in-Charge, Antonio Barredu Div. )
Roll No. 41358
IBP Lifetime No. 08431
MCLE Compliance No. IV-0016907, 4/17/13

(SGD) MARIA VICTORIA V. SARDILLO
State Solicitor
Roll No. 47226
IBP Lifetime No. 07223
MCLE Compliance No. IV-0018739

OFFICE OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL
134 Amorsolo Street, Legaspi Village
Makati City
Tel. No. 818-0086

WHEREAS this Court in its Order dated November 04, 2014 issued an  Order directing the publication in a newspaper of general circulation the summons upon the unknown heirs of Jose Agustin.
NOW THEREFORE, you defendants, unknown heirs of Jose Agustin as owner of Lot No. 30562 is hereby summoned through this medium of publication, and therefore required to file with the Office of the Clerk of Court, Regional Trial Court of Bangui, Ilocos Norte at Justice Hall, Bangui, Ilocos Norte, your answer to the above-entitled case within sixty (60) days from the date of the last publication hereof, serving at the same time a copy of your answer upon the plaintiff’s counsels, Atty. Florin T. Hilbay, Atty. Thomas M. Laragan, Atty. Carminda O. Punzalan-Gaite and Atty. Maria Victoria V. Sardillo with office address at OFFICE OF THE COLICITOR GENERAL, 134 Amorsolo St., Legaspi Village, Makati City.
Let this summons be published at the expense of the petitioner in a newspaper of general circulation once a week for two (2) consecutive weeks.
WITNESS THE HONORABLE ROSEMARIE V. RAMOS, Presiding Judge of this Court, this 11th day of November 2014 at Bangui, Ilocos Norte, Philippines.

(SGD) MARGIE GINES-LAROYA
Clerk of Court VI
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1Section 1, Article XII (National Economy and Patrimony) of the 1987 Constitution provides:
          SEC. 1. The goals of the national economy are a more equitable distribution of opportunities, income, and wealth; a sustained increase in the amount of goods and services produced by the nation for the benefit of the people; and an expanding productivity as the key to raising the quality of life for all, especially the underprivileged.
          The State shall promote industrialization and full employment based on sound agricultural development and agrarian reform, through industries that make full and efficient use of human and natural resources, and which are competitive in both domestic and foreign markets. However, the State shall protect Filipino enterprises against unfair foreign competitions and trade practices.
          In the pursuit of these goals, all sectors of the economy and all regions of the country shall be given optimum opportunity to develop. Private enterprises, including corporations, cooperatives and similar collective organizations, shall be encourage to broaden the base of their ownership.
2Otherwise known as the “Electric Power Industry Reform Act of 2001”.
3Otherwise known as the “Department of Energy Act of 1992”.
4http://www.doe.gov.ph/ER/Renergy.htm (accessed on December 6, 2010).
5Annex “A”.
6Annex “B” .
7Annex “C”.
8GR No. 175983, April 16, 2009, 585 SCRA 485
9Annex “E”
Nov. 17, 24, 2014*IT

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