SUPREME COURT DECISIONS

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1 Rollo, pp. 57-69.

2 Section 2. Original Certificate of Title shall be reconstituted from such of the sources hereunder enumerated as may be available, in the following order:

a) The owners duplicate certificate of title;

b) The co-owners mortgagees or lessees duplicate of the certificate of title;

c) A certified copy of the title previously issued by the register of deeds or by a legal custodian thereof;

d) An authenticated copy of the decree of registration of patent, as the case may be, pursuant to which the original certificate of title was issued;

e) A document, on file in the registry of deeds by which the property, the description of which is given in said document, is mortgaged, leased or encumbered, or an authenticated copy of said d document showing that its original had been registered; and

f) Any other document which, in the judgment of the court, is sufficient and proper basis for reconstituting the lost or destroyed certificate of title.

3 See Decision dated January 22, 1998, Rollo, pp. 37-38.

4 Section 3. Transfer certificates of title shall be reconstituted from such of the sources hereunder enumerated as may be available, in the following order:

(a) The owners duplicate of the certificate of title;

(b) The co-owners, mortgages or lessees duplicate of the certificate of title;

(c) A certified copy of the certificate of title, previously issued by the register of deeds or by a legal custodian thereof;

(d) The deed of transfer or other document on file in the registry of deeds, containing the description of the property, or an authenticated copy thereof, showing that its original had been registered, and pursuant to which the lost or destroyed certificate of title was issued;

(e) A document, on file in the registry of deeds, by which the property, the description of which is given in said document, is mortgaged, leased or encumbered, or an authenticated copy of said document showing that its original had been registered; and

(f) Any other document which, in the judgment of the court, is sufficient and proper basis for reconstituting the lost or destroyed certificate of title.

5 Rollo, p. 40.

6 Ibid., p. 42.

7 Ibid., p. 43.

8 Ibid., p. 41.

9 Republic v. Intermediate Appellate Court, 157 SCRA 62, 67.




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