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REPUBLIC ACT NO. 5109 - AN ACT GRANTING RUFINO T. NASSER A TEMPORARY PERMIT TO CONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE PRIVATE FIXED POINT-TO- POINT, COASTAL, LAND-BASED, AERONAUTICAL AND LAND-MOBILE RADIO STATIONS FOR THE RECEPTION AND TRANSMISSION OF RADIO COMMUNICATIONS WITHIN THE PHILIPPINES
Section 1. There is hereby granted to Rufino T. Nasser, his successors or assigns, a temporary permit to construct, establish, maintain and operate in the Philippines, at such places as the grantee may select, subject to the approval of the Department Secretary under whose jurisdiction the Radio Control Division is functioning or competent authority who is or shall be authorized to give said approval, private fixed point-to-point, coastal, land-based, aeronautical and land-mobile radio stations for the reception and transmission of wireless messages on radiotelegraphy or radiotelephony, each to be provided with a radio transmitting apparatus and a radio receiving apparatus.
Sec. 2. The President of the Philippines shall have the power and authority to permit the location of said radio stations or any of them on lands of the public domain upon such terms and conditions as he may prescribe.
Sec. 3. This temporary permit shall continue to be in force during the time that the Government has not established similar service at the places selected by the grantee and is granted upon express condition that the same shall be void unless the construction of at least one of the said stations be begun within one year from the date of approval of this Act and be completed within two years from the said date.
Sec. 4. The grantee shall not engage in domestic business of telecommunication in the Philippines without further special assent of the Congress of the Philippines, it being understood that the purpose of this temporary permit is to secure to the grantee the right to construct, establish, maintain and operate said radio stations at such places within the Philippines as the interest of the grantee and of his trade and business may justify.
Sec. 5. No fees shall be charged by the grantee as the radio stations that may be established by virtue of this Act shall engage in communications regarding the grantee's business only.
Sec. 6. The grantee shall so construct and operate his radio stations as not to interfere with the operation of other radio stations maintained and operated in the Philippines.
Sec. 7. The grantee shall hold the national, provincial and municipal governments of the Philippines harmless from all claims, accounts, demands or actions arising out of accidents or injuries, whether to property or to persons, caused by the construction or operation of his radio stations.
Sec. 8. The grantee shall not lease, transfer, grant the usufruct of, sell or assign this temporary permit, nor the rights or privileges acquired thereunder to any person, natural or juridical, nor merge with any other persons, without the approval of the Congress of the Philippines first had. Any person, natural or juridical, to which this temporary permit may be sold, transferred or assigned, shall be subject to the corporation laws of the Philippines now existing or thereafter enacted, and any person to which this temporary permit is sold, transferred or assigned, shall be subject to all conditions, terms, restrictions and limitations of this temporary permit as fully and completely and to the same extent as if the temporary permit had been originally granted to such person.
Sec. 9. The grantee shall file a bond in the
amount of ten thousand pesos to warranty the full compliance with the
fulfillment of the conditions under which the temporary permit is
granted. If after two years from the date of acceptance of this
temporary permit, the grantee shall have fulfilled said conditions or
soon thereafter as the grantee shall have fulfilled the same, the bond
aforesaid shall be cancelled by the Secretary of Public Works and
Enacted without Executive
approval, June 17, 1967.