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    G.R. No. 117408   March 26, 1997 - NATIONAL INVESTMENT AND DEV. CORP. v. COURT OF APPEALS, ET AL.

     
    PHILIPPINE SUPREME COURT DECISIONS

    SECOND DIVISION

    [G.R. No. 117408. March 26, 1997.]

    NATIONAL INVESTMENT AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION-PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK (NIDC-PNB), Petitioner, v. COURT OF APPEALS and SPS. FRANCISCO BAUTISTA and BASILISA FRANCISCO BAUTISTA, Respondents.

    Francisco L. Rosario, Jr. for Private Respondent.


    SYLLABUS


    1. REMEDIAL LAW; CIVIL ACTIONS; APPEAL; COURT OF APPEALS TO SUPREME COURT; FILING OF PETITION; PERIOD; COMPLIED IN CASE AT BAR. — Rule 45, 1 expressly provides that a party may appeal "from a judgment of the Court of Appeals by filing with the Supreme Court a petition for certiorari, within fifteen (15) days from notice of judgment of denial of his motion for reconsideration." In this case, petitioner received the Court of Appeals resolution denying its motion for reconsideration on October 4, 1994. Hence, the filing of its present petition on October 19, 1994 was timely made.

    2. ID.; ID.; APPEAL FROM THE DECISION OF THE RTC; PERIOD; NOTICE TIMELY FILED. — Petitioner’s notice of appeal from the decision of the RTC was timely filed. The 15-day appeal period should be counted from January 16, 1992, because this was the date the first registry notice of the mail containing the decision was received by its administrative service officer III, who claimed the registered letter containing the decision that same day. The RTC erred in ruling that service was completed five (5) days after the first registry notice was placed inside PNB’s P.O. Box on December 6, 1991.

    3. ID.; ID.; SERVICE OF NOTICE; NOT PROPER IN CASE AT BAR. — The post office box in which the notice of decision was deposited was the post office box of the PNB. But Atty. Manzala never used the PNB P.O. box as his own. On the contrary, he gave his address as "6th Floor, PNB Bldg., Escolta, Manila." The mere fact that this is also the office address of petitioner does not justify the assumption that the PNB P.O. box is also that of its counsel. Counsel may have given his address precisely to avoid mail intended for him from being commingled with mail intended for other departments and personnel of the PNB. Service of notice when a party is represented by counsel should be made upon counsel at the latter’s "exact given address." The purpose of the rule is to maintain a uniform procedure calculated to place in competent hands the orderly prosecution of a party’s case. Here Atty. Manzala had every right to expect that notices intended for him would be delivered directly to him and not be lumped together with all the other mail of the PNB and thus avoid the possibility that important court notices and processes might escape his notice. We have time and again admonished attorney’s to adopt a system to insure the delivery to them of court successes. We would be allowing a disregard of this admonition were we to sanction the delivery of mail to attorneys at an address other than that given by them.


    D E C I S I O N


    MENDOZA, J.:


    On September 12, 1979, private respondents, the spouses Francisco Bautista and Basilisa Bautista, filed a complaint for reconveyance and damages against petitioner National Investment and Development Corporation-Philippine National Bank (NIDC-PNB) and Banco Filipino. The complaint was eventually filed with the Court of First Instance of Rizal and later assigned to Branch 94 of the Regional Trial Court of Quezon City upon the reorganization of the judiciary in 1983. Private respondents claimed that they were the owners of a parcel of land located in Pasong Tamo, Quezon City, but that the land was mistakenly included in the list of properties mortgaged by them to Banco Filipino, with the result that when the mortgage was foreclosed, the property was sold to Banco Filipino together with the other properties. The land was later redeemed by petitioner from Banco Filipino. Private respondents blamed Banco Filipino for the inclusion of their land in the list of mortgaged properties.

    The RTC gave judgment for Private Respondents. The dispositive portion of its decision, dated November 18, 1991, reads:chanrob1es virtual 1aw library

    WHEREFORE, premises considered, a judgment is hereby rendered:chanrob1es virtual 1aw library

    1. Dismissing the complaint against Banco Filipino;

    2. Ordering National Investment and Development Corporation to reconvey the 5,546 square meters to plaintiffs after reimbursement by the latter;

    3. Ordering plaintiffs to reimburse National Investment and Development Corporation the amount of P431,470.66 plus legal interest of 6% from date of redemption, October 27, 1972 until fully paid; and

    4. Ordering National Investment and Development Corporation to pay the costs of suit.

    On January 29, 1992, petitioner filed a notice of appeal, alleging that it received a copy of the decision on January 16, 1992. This claim was disputed by private respondents who alleged that petitioner actually received the decision on December 6, 1991 and, therefore, the decision of the RTC had become final and executory. Consequently, private respondents moved for the execution of the decision in their favor.

    In a resolution, dated March 9, 1992, the RTC declared its decision to have become final and executory on the ground that the first registry notice of the mail containing the decision had been placed in the post office box of the PNB on December 6, 1991 and therefore the 15-day period of appeal expired on December 21, 1991. As petitioner filed its notice of appeal on January 29, 1992, it was filed late. Petitioner’s notice of appeal was therefore denied due course. The RTC cited the rules and regulations of the Post Office which provide that "mail matter is considered delivered from the time it is placed in a box, or notice in the case of registered articles, because such box is an extension of the addressee’s office or residence."cralaw virtua1aw library

    Petitioner filed a petition for certiorari, but its petition was dismissed by the Court of Appeals on the ground that petitioner’s remedy was to file a motion for reconsideration in the RTC. Petitioner’s motion for reconsideration was later denied. Hence this petition.

    Petitioner claims that its failure to file a motion for reconsideration should not be deemed fatal because the error complained against was patent and resulted in depriving it of due process, specifically its right to appeal. Petitioner argues that it has spent millions of pesos to develop the subject property for housing of its employees and that it stands to lose its investment if its right of appeal is lost.

    The petition is meritorious.

    First. The preliminary issue is whether the present petition was filed on time. Private respondents contend that petitioner had only eight (8) days from its receipt on October 4, 1994 (October 12, 1994) of the resolution of the Court of Appeals denying its motion for reconsideration within which to file this petition, since seven (7) days had already elapsed when petitioner moved for reconsideration of the CA decision.

    The contention is without merit. Rule 45, 1 expressly provides that a party may appeal "from a judgment of the Court of Appeals by filing with the Supreme Court a petition for certiorari, within fifteen (15) days from notice of judgment of denial of his motion for reconsideration." In this case, petitioner received the Court of Appeals resolution denying its motion for reconsideration on October 4, 1994. Hence, the filing of its present petition on October 19, 1994 was timely made.

    Second. The main issue in this case is whether petitioner’s notice of appeal from the decision of the RTC was timely filed. Petitioner argues that the 15-day appeal period should be counted from January 16, 1992, because this was the date the first registry notice of the mail containing the decision was received by its administrative service officer III, Danilo Masajo, who claimed the registered letter containing the decision that same day. Petitioner contends that the RTC erred in ruling that service on it was completed five (5) days after the first registry notice was placed inside PNB’s P.O. Box on December 6, 1991.

    Petitioner’s contention is well-taken. The post office box in which the notice was deposited was the post office box of the PNB. It seems that the only reason of the RTC for holding that the deposit of the notice is intended for petitioner’s counsel, Atty. Giovanni S. Manzala, is the fact that Atty. Manzala is a member of petitioner’s Legal Department. But Atty. Manzala never used the PNB P.O. box as his own. On the contrary, he gave his address as "6th Floor, PNB Bldg., Escolta, Manila." The mere fact that this is also the office address of petitioner does not justify the assumption that the PNB P.O. box is also that of its counsel. Counsel may have given his address precisely to avoid mail intended for him from being commingled with mail intended for other departments and personnel of the PNB.chanroblesvirtualawlibrary

    Indeed, it would seem that a postal employee, Ms. Anatalia R. Talaboc, placed the registry notice in the P.O. Box only because private respondents’ daughter informed her that petitioner’s counsel is a member of petitioner’s Legal Department. Without such intervention by private respondents’ daughter, the probability is that the notice would have been sent to Atty. Manzala at the latter’s given address. Thus, Ms. Talaboc, the postal employee testified:chanrob1es virtual 1aw library

    x       x       x


    Q. Why did you place that letter in the P.O. Box of the PNB?

    A. Because he is working there.

    COURT:chanrob1es virtual 1aw library

    Who is working there?

    Witness:chanrob1es virtual 1aw library

    Atty. Manzala is working in its Legal Department of the PNB.

    Q. Why do you know that Atty. Giovanni Manzala is with the Legal Department of the PNB?

    A. When the daughter of the plaintiffs came over and asked for certification, I digged the records and I asked the clerks in charge of the PNB to give me the notice regarding the question the woman was asking me. When I found out that Mr. Manzala is the Legal Officer of the PNB. (T.S.N. February 28, 1992, pp. 6-7; Emphasis supplied.) 1

    As can be seen from the foregoing testimony of Ms. Talaboc, she practically admitted that had it not been for the intervention of private respondents’ daughter she (Ms. Talaboc) would not have used the P.O. Box of the PNB to send the notice to Atty. Manzala. Indeed, the apprehension cannot be helped that respondents’ daughter urged Talaboc to do so.

    Of course it can be argued that per post office rules and regulations, PNB’s P.O. Box is an extension of the PNB Building where petitioner holds office. Private respondents invoke 481 of the rules and regulations of the post office, which provides that "the use of a post office box shall be restricted to the renter thereof, the members of the household and those connected with him in business." The question, however, is not whether Atty. Manzala can use the P.O. box of the PNB, but whether the notice intended for him can be placed in the box of the PNB when he did not indicate that he wanted to use the box but on the contrary gave a different address.

    Indeed, our ruling today is simply an application of the more general rule that service of notice when a party is represented by counsel should be made upon counsel at the latter’s "exact given address." The purpose of the rule is to maintain a uniform procedure calculated to place in competent hands the orderly prosecution of a party’s case. 2 Here Atty. Manzala had every right to expect that notices intended for him would be delivered directly to him and not be lumped together with all the other mail of the PNB and thus avoid the possibility that important court notices and processes might escape his notice. We have time and again admonished attorneys to adopt a system to insure the delivery to them of court processes. We would be allowing a disregard of this admonition were we to sanction the delivery of mail to attorneys at an address other than that given by them.

    WHEREFORE, the decision of the Court of Appeals is REVERSED and the Regional Trial Court of Quezon City (Branch 94) is ORDERED to give due course to petitioner NIDC-PNB’s appeal.

    SO ORDERED.

    Regalado, Romero, Puno and Torres, Jr., JJ., concur.

    Endnotes:



    1. Quoted in the resolution, dated March 9, 1992, of the RTC, CA Rollo, pp. 72-73.

    2. Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. v. NLRC, 128 SCRA 402 (1984).

    G.R. No. 117408   March 26, 1997 - NATIONAL INVESTMENT AND DEV. CORP. v. COURT OF APPEALS, ET AL.




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