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[G.R. No. 136801. June 25, 2001]

EMMA SENTIMAR vs. VILLAREZ et al.

THIRD DIVISION

Gentlemen:

Quoted hereunder, for your information, is a resolution of this Court dated JUN 25 2001.

G.R. No. 136801(Emma Sentimar vs. Department of Agrarian Reform Adjudication Board, Quezon City and Spouses Lodovico and Carmencita Villarez.)

For resolution is the motion for reconsideration dated March 22, 2001 filed by petitioner Emma Sentimar of our Resolution dated February 19, 2001 dismissing the petition for failure of her counsel to inform this Court of the correct address of spouses Lodovico and Carmencita Villarez, private respondents.

In a Resolution dated February 22, 1999, we required respondents to comment on the petition. Only the Solicitor General, representing public respondent DARAB, filed the required comment.

Meanwhile, the copy of our Resolution dated February 22, 1999, addressed to respondent spouses Villarez, was returned unserved with the postmaster's notation "RTS UNCLAIMED". Thus, in a Resolution dated November 22, 1999, we required petitioner to inform this Court of the new and correct address of private respondents. In compliance with this Resolution, petitioner submitted the same address of private respondents appearing in the records of this case.

Again, on October 11, 2000, we issued another Resolution requiring petitioner to inform this Court of the complete and correct address of private respondents. But petitioner submitted the same address.

On February 19, 2001, this Court issued the assailed Resolution dismissing the petition for failure of petitioner's counsel to furnish this Court of private respondents' correct address.

Hence, this motion for reconsideration.

Movant alleges that private respondents are actually and presently residing at Purok Kawayanan, Barangay Tarloc, Bago City, as evidenced by the Certification of Barangay Captain Alberto B. Claro. However, they refused to claim any communication sent to them. Movant thus prays that this Court's notices to private respondents be sent through Barangay Captain Alberto B. Claro, Barangay Taloc, Bago City.

In the interest of speedy administration of justice, we grant the motion.

WHEREFORE, the petition is REINSTATED. Let all notices in the instant case be sent to private respondents, through Mr. Alberto B. Claro, Barangay Captain, Barangay Taloc, Bago City.

Private respondents are hereby ordered anew to submit their comment on the petition within ten (10) days from receipt of a copy of this Resolution.

SO ORDERED.

Very truly yours,

JULIETA Y. CARREON

Clerk of Court

(Sgd.) LUCITA ABJELINA-SORIANO

Asst. Clerk of Court


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