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  1. Jack Peterson

    Jack Peterson DI Forum Luminary Highly Rated Poster SC Connoisseur Veteran Air Force

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    The House!

    :eek: Without Digging out deeds and things, can any tell me whether the House it's self, is on the land deed on purchase? (If a house exists that is)

    Jack P.
     
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    I'd like to bring up another tip if I may....

    Most people deal with a lot purchase during daylight hours, before purchasing your land, make multiple trips to the area after hours.
    The reason for this is, normally the karaoke spots are closed during the day. What was a nice peaceful place during the day, could be well within earshot of drunks with a high powered amplifier screaming into a microphone until all hours of the night.
    Believe me, you don't want this situation.
    Talk with your future neighbors, look for karaoke machines in front of the houses and sari-sari's in the prospective neighborhood.
    Be proactive on this, it'll pay off big time.

    And we all know better than to move anywhere close to a piggery or gamecock farm, don't we?

    :-) :-) :-p
     
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    This is exactly what i was told my by lawyer. Whats on the land is yours. I think they are just taking advantage of you as a foreigner.

    What we done when we purchased land was. Im not married but have a 3 year old son. I bought the land in my girlfriends name but we then put it in a trust for our boy. This now makes the mother the manager of the lot not the owner. As the manager of the land she leased it back to me for 25 + 25 years. There is no way the land can be taken from me and if anything happens to me then it is my sons. :smile:
     
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    hello guys,


    A filipino citizen has no limits on how much land he or she can purchase. They are only after that you pay the taxes.
     
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    The best thing to do if you don't want problems in the future is to put in the deed of sale the things that you and the owner agreed to each other even if it doesn't appear so important. But when problem comes because somebody claim something and it is not written in the deed of sale, let's say you have all the possibilities to win the problem but what you can not avoid is people that keep breaking your head. For sure nobody want this situation.
     
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    i mean are people
     
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    the tree matter. When you purchase a land ask the owner if the tree is very old and what kind of tree. Their are trees that are protected by law because of their significant's, let's say a tree that is a historict land mark. It doesn't matter even if it is inside you land this tress can not be cut down because of its importance.
     
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    For expatron,


    Sir, your friend can make a counter claim. You don't need to arrive higher than the office of the barangay captain if the affidavit is done well to finish the existing rights of the previous owner. But I can not say that the previous owner has still a right but its just to finish the problem. Just a thought.

    claire
     
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    for appy ammer,

    Sir, I hope that your child has another co-signature. Because if your gf is the legitimate mother, if she decides to sale the land that your son is still a minor. Then she can since she has the full power to take charge in behalf of her son that is a minor. And try to see if this agreement of trust was written in the title. So if you had it written that your gf can not sale the land without the signature of your son or the representative of your son that can review the purpose and decide that the future of your son is not in danger. So if your son or the representative of your son will not agree with your gf then it is not possible to sale the land. Your gf has to wait that your child become 18 to have all the rights to decide. From that time then the representative of your son can not do anything any more since your son is in the legal age. But this case sir is if you are dead but until you are living then the contract of lease is effective.
     
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