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Philippine Supreme Court Jurisprudence > Year 1909 > February 1909 Decisions > G.R. No. 4445 September 18, 1909 - CATALINA BUGNAO v. FRANCISCO UBAG, ET AL.

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PHILIPPINE SUPREME COURT DECISIONS

FIRST DIVISION

[G.R. No. 4445. September 18, 1909. ]

CATALINA BUGNAO, proponent-appellee, v. FRANCISCO UBAG, ET AL., contestants-appellants.

Rodriguez & Del Rosario for Appellants.

Fernando Salas for Appellee.

SYLLABUS


1. EXECUTION OF WILLS; WITNESSES. — While a number of contradictions in the testimony of alleged subscribing witnesses to a will as to the circumstances under which it was executed, or a single contradiction as to a particular incident to which the attention of such witnesses must have been directed, may in certain cases justify the conclusion that the alleged witnesses were not present, together, at the time when the alleged will was executed, a mere lapse of memory on the part of one of these witnesses as to the precise details of an unimportant incident, to which his attention was not directed, does not necessarily put in doubt the truth and veracity of the testimony in support of the execution of the will.

2. ID.; TESTAMENTARY CAPACITY DEFINED. — Proof of the existence of all the elements in the following definition of testamentary capacity, which has frequently been adopted in the United States, held sufficient to establish the existence of such capacity in the absence of proof of very exceptional circumstance: "Testamentary capacity is the capacity to comprehend the nature of the transaction in which the testator is engaged at the time, to recollect the property to be disposed of and the persons who would naturally be supposed to have claims upon the testator, and to comprehend the manner in which the instrument will distribute his property among the objects of his bounty."


D E C I S I O N


CARSON, J. :


This is an appeal from an order of the Court of First Instance of Oriental Negros, admitting to probate a document purporting to be the last will and testament of Domingo Ubag, deceased. The instrument was propounded by his widow, Catalina Bugnao, the sole beneficiary thereunder, and probate was contested by the appellants, who would be entitled to share in the distribution of his estate, if probate were denied, as it appears that the deceased left no heirs in the direct ascending or descending line.

Appellants contend that the evidence of record is not sufficient to establish the execution of the alleged will in the manner and form prescribed in section 618 of the Code of Civil Procedure; and that at the time when it is alleged that the will was executed, Ubag was not of sound mind and memory, and was physically and mentally incapable of making a will.

The instrument propounded for probate purports to be the last will and testament of Domingo Ubag, signed by him in the present of three subscribing and attesting witnesses, and appears upon its face to have been duly executed in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure touching the making of wills.

Two of the subscribing witnesses, Victor J. Bingtoy and Catalino Marino, testified in support of the will, the latter being the justice of the peace of the municipality wherein it was executed; and their testimony was corroborated in all important details by the testimony of the proponent herself, who was present when the will was made. It does not appear from the record why the third subscribing witness was not called; but since counsel for contestants makes no comment upon his absence, we think it may safely be inferred that there was some good and sufficient reason therefore. In passing, however, it may be well to observe that, when because of death, sickness, absence, or for any other reason, it is not practicable to call to the witness stand all the subscribing witnesses to a will offered for probate, the reason for the absence of any of these witnesses should be made to appear of record, and this especially in cases such as the one at bar, wherein there is a contest.

The subscribing witnesses gave full and detailed accounts of the execution of the will and swore that the testator, at the time of its execution, was of sound mind and memory, and in their presence attached his signature thereto as his last will and testament, and that in his presence and in the presence of each other, they as well as the third subscribing witness signed the instrument as attesting witnesses. Despite the searching and exhaustive cross-examination to which they were subjected, counsel for appellants could point to no flaw in their testimony save an alleged contradiction as to a single incident which occurred at or about the time when the will was executed, a contradiction, however, which we think is more apparent than real. One of the witnesses stated that the decease sat up in bed and signed his name to the will, and that after its execution food was given him by his wife; while the other testified that he was assisted into a sitting position, and was given something to eat before he signed his name. We think the evidence discloses that his wife aided the sick man to sit up in bed at the time when he signed his name to the instrument, and that he was given nourishment while he was in that position, but it is not quite clear whether this was immediately before or after, or both before and after he attached his signature to the will. To say that the sick man sat up or raised himself up in bed is not necessarily in conflict with the fact that he received assistance in doing so; and it is not at all improbable or impossible that nourishment might have been given to him both before and after signing the will, and that one witness might remember the former occasion and the other witness might recall the latter, although neither witness could recall both. But, however this may have been, we do not think that a slight lapse of memory on the part of one or the other witness, as to the precise details of an unimportant incident, to which his attention may not have been particularly directed, is sufficient to raise a doubt as to the veracity of these witnesses, or as to the truth and accuracy of their recollection of the fact of the execution of the instrument. Of course, a number of contradictions in the testimony of alleged subscribing witnesses to a will as to the circumstances under which it was executed, or even a single contradiction as to a particular incident, where the incident was of such a nature that the attention of any person who was present must have been directed to it, and where the contradictory statements in regard to it are also clear and explicit as to negative the possibility or probability take, might well be sufficient to justify the conclusion that the witnesses could not possibly have been present, together, at the time when it is alleged the will was executed; but the apparent contradictions in the testimony of the witnesses in the case at bar fall far short of raising a doubt as to their veracity, and on the other hand their testimony as a whole gives such a clear, and is so convincing and altogether satisfactory that we have no doubt that the trial judge who heard them testify properly accepted their testimony as worthy of entire confidence and belief.

The contestants put upon the stand four witnesses for the purpose of proving that at the time and on the occasion when the subscribing witnesses testified that the will was executed, these witnesses were not in the house with the testator, and that the alleged testator was at that time in such physical and mental condition that it was impossible for him to have made a will. Two of these witnesses, upon cross-examination, admitted that they were not in the house at or between the hours of four and six in the afternoon of the day on which the will is alleged to have been made, this being the time at which the witnesses in support of the will testified that it was executed. Of the other two witnesses, one is a contestant of the will, Macario Ubag, a brother of the testator, and the other, Canuto Sinoy, his close relative. These witnesses swore that they were in the house of the deceased, where he was lying ill, at or about the time when it is alleged that the will executed, and that at that time the alleged subscribing witnesses were not in the house, and the alleged testator was so sick that he was unable to speak, to understand, or to make himself understood, and that he was wholly incapacitated to make a will. But the testimony of Macario Ubag is our opinion wholly unworthy of credence. In addition to his manifest interest in the result of the investigation, it clearly discloses a fixed and settled purpose to overthrow the will at all costs, and to that end an utter disregard of the truth, and a readiness to swear to any fact which he imagined would aid in securing his object. An admittedly genuine and authentic signature of the deceased was introduced in evidence for comparison with the signature attached to the will, but this witness in his anxiety to deny the genuineness of the signature of his brother to the will, promptly and positively swore that the admittedly genuine signature was not his brother’s signature, and only corrected his erroneous statement in response to a somewhat suggestive question by his attorney which evidently gave him to understand that his former answer was likely to prejudice his own cause. On cross-examination, he was forced to admit that because his brother and his brother’s wife (in whose favor the will was made) were Aglipayanos, he and his other brothers and sister had not visited them for many months prior to the one particular occasion as to which he testified; and he admitted further, that, although he lived near at hand, at no time thereafter did he or any of the other members of his family visit their dying brother, and that they did not even attend his funeral. If the testimony of this witness could be accepted as true, it would be a remarkable coincidence indeed, that the subscribing witnesses to the alleged will should have falsely pretended to have joined in its execution on the very day, and at the precise hour, when this interested witness happened to pay his only visit to this brother during his last illness, so that the testimony of this witness would furnish conclusive evidence in support of the allegations of the contestants that the alleged will was not executed at the time and place or in the manner and form alleged by the subscribing witnesses. We do not think the testimony of this witness nor any of the other witnesses for the contestants is sufficient to raise even a doubt as to the truth of the testimony of the subscribing witnesses as to the fact of the execution of the will, or as to the manner and form in which it was executed.

In the course of the proceedings, an admittedly genuine signature of the deceased was introduced in evidence, and upon a comparison of this signature with the signature attached to the instrument in question, we are wholly of the opinion of the trial judge, who held in this connection as follows:jgc:chanrobles.com.ph

"No expert evidence had been adduced with regard to those two signatures, and the presiding judge of this court does not claim to possess any special expert knowledge in the matter of signatures; nevertheless, the court has compared these two signatures, and does not find that any material difference exists between the same. It is true that the signature which appears in the document offered for authentication discloses that at the time of writing the subscriber was more deliberate in his movements, but two facts must be acknowledged: First, that the testator was seriously ill, and the other fact, that for some reason which is not stated the testator was unable to see, and was a person who was not in the habit of signing his name everyday.

"These facts should sufficiently explain whatever difference may exist between the two signatures, but the court finds that the principal strokes in the two signatures are identical."cralaw virtua1aw library

That the testator was mentally capable of making the will is in our opinion fully established by the testimony of the subscribing witnesses who swore positively that, at the time of its execution, he was of sound mind and memory. It is true that their testimony discloses the fact that he was at that time extremely ill, in an advanced stage of tuberculosis complicated with severe intermittent attacks of asthma; that he was too sick to rise unaided from his bed; that he needed assistance even to raise himself to a sitting position; and that during the paroxysms of asthma to which he was subject he could not speak; but all this evidence of physical weakness in no wise establishes his mental incapacity or a lack of testamentary capacity, and indeed the evidence of the subscribing witnesses as to the aid furnished them by the testator in preparing the will, and his clear recollection of the boundaries and physical description of the various parcels of land set out therein, taken together with the fact that he was able to give to the person who wrote the will clear and explicit instructions as to his desires touching the disposition of his property, is strong evidence of his testamentary capacity.

Counsel for appellant suggests that the fact that the alleged will leaves all the property of the testator to his widow, and wholly fails to make any provision for his brothers or sisters, indicates a lack of testamentary capacity and undue influence; and because of the inherent improbability that a man would make so unnatural and unreasonable a will, they contend that this fact indirectly corroborates their contention that the deceased never did in fact execute the will. But when it is considered that the deceased at the time of his death had no heirs in the ascending or descending line; that a bitter family quarrel had long separated him from his brothers and sisters, who declined to have any relations with the testator because he and his wife were adherents of the Aglipayano Church; and that this quarrel was so bitter that none of his brothers or sisters, although some of them lived in the vicinity, were present at the time of his death or attended his funeral; we think the fact that the deceased desired to leave and did leave all of his property to his widow and made no provision for his brothers and sisters, who themselves were grown men and women, by no means tends to disclose either an unsound mind or the presence of undue influence on the part of his wife, or in any wise corroborates contestants’ allegation that the will never was executed.

It has been said that "the difficulty of stating standards or tests by which to determine the degree of mental capacity of a particular person has been everywhere recognized, and grows out of the inherent impossibility of measuring mental capacity, or its impairment by disease or other causes" (Greene v. Greene, 145 Ill., 264, 276); and that "it is probable that no court has ever attempted to lay down any definite rule in respect to the exact amount of mental capacity requisite for the making of a valid will, without appreciating the difficulty of the undertaking" (Trish v. Newell, 62 Ill., 196, 203).

Between the highest degree of soundness of mind and memory which unquestionably carries with it full testamentary capacity, and that degree of mental aberration generally known as insanity or idiocy, there are numberless degrees of mental capacity or incapacity, and while on one hand it has been held that "mere weakness of mind, or partial imbecility from disease of body, or from age, will not render a person incapable of making a will, a weak or feeble minded person may make a valid will, provided he has understanding and memory sufficient to enable him to know what he is about and how or to whom he is disposing of his property" (Lodge v. Lodge, 2 Houst. (Del.) , 418); that, "To constitute a sound and disposing mind, it is not necessary that the mind should be unbroken or unimpaired, unshattered by disease or otherwise" (Sloan v. Maxwell, N. J. Eq., 563); that "It has not been understood that a testator must posses these qualities (of sound and disposing mind and memory) in the highest degree. . . . Few indeed would be the wills confirmed, if this is correct. Pain sickness, debility of body, from age or infirmity, would, according to its violence or duration, in a greater or less degree, break in upon, weaken, or derange the mind, but the derangement must be such as deprives him of the rational faculties common to man" (Den. v. Vancleve, 5 N. J. L., 680); and, that "Sound mind does not mean a perfectly balanced mind. The question of soundness is one of degree" (Boughton v. Knight, L. R., 3 P. & D., 64; 42 L. J. P., 25); on the other hand, it has been held that "testamentary incapacity does not necessarily require that a person shall actually be insane or of an unsound mind. Weakness of intellect, whether it arises from extreme old age, from disease, or great bodily infirmities or suffering, or from all these combined, may render the testator incapable of making a valid will, providing such weakness really disqualifies her from knowing or appreciating the nature, effects, or consequences of the act she is engaged in" (Manatt v. Scott, 106 Iowa,, 203; 68 Am. St. Rep., 293, 302).

But for the purposes of this decision it is not necessary for us to attempt to lay down a definition of testamentary capacity which will cover all possible cases which may present themselves, because, as will be seen from what has already been said, the testator was, at the time of making the instrument under consideration, endowed with all the elements of mental capacity set out in the following definition of testamentary capacity which has been frequently announced in courts of last resort in England and the United States; and while in some cases testamentary capacity has been held to exist in the absence of proof of some of these elements, there can be no question that, in the absence of proof of very exceptional circumstances, proof of the existence of all these elements is sufficient to establish the existence of testamentary capacity.

"Testamentary capacity is the capacity to comprehend the nature of the transaction in which the testator is engaged at the time, to recollect the property to be disposed of and the persons who would naturally be supposed to have claims upon the testator, and to comprehend the manner in which the instrument will distribute his property among the objects of his bounty."cralaw virtua1aw library

(Cf. large array of cases cited in support of this definition in the Encyclopedia of Law, vol. 23, p. 71, second edition.)

In our opinion, the evidence of record establishes in a strikingly conclusive manner the execution of the instrument propounded as the last will and testament of the deceased; that it was made in strict conformity with the requisites prescribed by law; and that, at the time of its execution, the deceased was of sound mind and memory and executed the instrument of his own free will and accord.

The order probating the will should be and is hereby affirmed, with the costs of this instance against the appellants.

Arellano, C.J., Torres, Johnson and Moreland, JJ., concur.




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    013 Phil 481

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    013 Phil 486

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    013 Phil 504

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    013 Phil 530

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    013 Phil 554

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    013 Phil 558

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    013 Phil 575

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    013 Phil 585

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    013 Phil 605

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    013 Phil 609

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    013 Phil 612

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    013 Phil 616

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    013 Phil 622

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    013 Phil 624

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    013 Phil 628

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    013 Phil 654

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    013 Phil 660

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    013 Phil 666

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    013 Phil 671

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    013 Phil 677

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    014 Phil 1

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    014 Phil 5

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    014 Phil 9

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    014 Phil 16

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    014 Phil 21

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    014 Phil 27

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    014 Phil 31

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    014 Phil 34

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    014 Phil 38

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    014 Phil 42

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    014 Phil 46

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    014 Phil 49

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    014 Phil 62

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    014 Phil 68

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    014 Phil 73

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    014 Phil 77

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    014 Phil 83

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    014 Phil 95

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    014 Phil 99

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    014 Phil 102

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    014 Phil 104

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    014 Phil 112

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    014 Phil 117

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    014 Phil 126

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    014 Phil 146

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    014 Phil 151

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    014 Phil 155

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    014 Phil 158

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    014 Phil 163

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    014 Phil 173

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    014 Phil 176

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    014 Phil 186

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    014 Phil 188

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    014 Phil 190

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    014 Phil 194

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    014 Phil 198

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    014 Phil 203

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    014 Phil 208

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    014 Phil 213

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    014 Phil 217

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    014 Phil 222

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    014 Phil 227

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    014 Phil 232

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    014 Phil 235

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    014 Phil 240

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    016 Phil 657

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    014 Phil 243

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    014 Phil 248

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    014 Phil 252

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    014 Phil 261

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    014 Phil 263

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    014 Phil 270

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    014 Phil 274

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    014 Phil 288

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    014 Phil 294

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    014 Phil 308

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    014 Phil 338

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    014 Phil 346

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    014 Phil 352

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    014 Phil 357

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    014 Phil 360

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    014 Phil 368

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    014 Phil 377

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    014 Phil 384

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    014 Phil 388

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    014 Phil 391

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    014 Phil 394

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    014 Phil 397

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    016 Phil 660

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    014 Phil 410

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    014 Phil 413

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    014 Phil 416

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    014 Phil 444

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    014 Phil 446

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    014 Phil 450

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    014 Phil 454

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    014 Phil 463

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    014 Phil 468

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    014 Phil 472

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    014 Phil 491

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    014 Phil 495

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    014 Phil 500

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    014 Phil 509

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    014 Phil 517

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    016 Phil 663

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    016 Phil 670

  • G.R. No. 5044 December 1, 1909 - EDWIN CASE v. HEIRS OF TUASON Y SANTIBAÑEZ

    014 Phil 521

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    014 Phil 528

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    014 Phil 535

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    014 Phil 541

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    014 Phil 551

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    014 Phil 558

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    014 Phil 562

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    014 Phil 565

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    014 Phil 569

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    014 Phil 579

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    014 Phil 584

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    014 Phil 588

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    014 Phil 593

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    014 Phil 595

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    014 Phil 602

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    014 Phil 610

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    014 Phil 613

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    014 Phil 621

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    014 Phil 627

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    014 Phil 630

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    014 Phil 638

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    014 Phil 641

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    014 Phil 644

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    014 Phil 668

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    014 Phil 676

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    014 Phil 681

  • G.R. No. 4280 February 1, 1909 - UNITED STATES v. JULIO BUSTOS

    013 Phil 690

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    012 Phil 648

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    012 Phil 656

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    012 Phil 663

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    012 Phil 672

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    012 Phil 676

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    012 Phil 687

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    012 Phil 690

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    012 Phil 701

  • G.R. No. 4838 February 3, 1909 - UNITED STATES v. LIM CO

    012 Phil 703

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    012 Phil 718

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    012 Phil 731

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    012 Phil 739

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    012 Phil 747

  • G.R. No. 4910 February 10, 1909 - MARIA DE LA CONCEPCION VACANI v. ENRIQUE LLOPIS

    012 Phil 754

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    012 Phil 758

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    013 Phil 1

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    013 Phil 4

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    013 Phil 11

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    013 Phil 21

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    013 Phil 26

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    013 Phil 31

  • G.R. No. 4939 February 20, 1909 - PHILIPPINE RAILWAY COMPANY v. ESTEBAN SOLON

    013 Phil 34

  • G.R. No. 5028 February 20, 1909 - JUANA VALENCIA v. CARMEN DE ROXAS

    013 Phil 45

  • G.R. No. 5085 February 20, 1909 - IN RE: JUAN TOLEDO

    013 Phil 48

  • G.R. No. 4386 February 24, 1909 - CHANG YONG TEK v. GENEROSA SANTOS

    013 Phil 52

  • G.R. No. 4868 February 24, 1909 - JUAN SISON v. FAUSTINO RAMOS

    013 Phil 54

  • G.R. No. 4878 February 27, 1909 - IN RE: JOAQUINA MIJARES DE FARIÑAS v. VICENTE LAVIN

    013 Phil 63