Greedy Relative…

August 8, 2008 at 2:15 am (Article, Uncategorized)

How can you define greedy ? “well in my case, these are the people who were allowed to BORROW a property which they didn’t pay any amount for to the owner and the government, yet without etiquette and without word of honor, they deliberately refused to remove their belongings in the time due for them to move out. ” Building their house is only permitted by the owner. But the garage is too much. But because the owner is too kind, he asked that greedy person to sign a contract that if he wants to get that piece of land pertaining to the garage he can get that without any problem.. Years passed, the owner decided to get that piece of land because he wants to build a small office in that space.. Because they refused to remove their garage, the owner filed a case against his relative. But the greedy relative also filed a case of human rights..

“Human rights? WHAT A SHAMELESS PEOPLE? How could they file a violation of human rights! To my knowledge, the violation done is them COVETING OUR PROPERTY and AND ABUSING OUR GENEROSITY! The owner, of course, never failed to spend so much on the maintenance of that lot and these greedy people only covet it!

That’s not only a sin against society but also violates God’s commandment “thou shall not covet thy neighbors property”

Plus, it is also a form of stealing!

According to republic act no 386:
http://www.chanrobles.com/civilcodeofthephilippinesbook2.htm

Title II. – OWNERSHIP

CHAPTER 1
OWNERSHIP IN GENERAL
Ownership may be exercised over things or rights. (n)

Art. 428. The owner has the right to enjoy and dispose of a thing, without other limitations than those established by law.

The owner has also a right of action against the holder and possessor of the thing in order to recover it. (348a)

Art. 429. The owner or lawful possessor of a thing has the right to exclude any person from the enjoyment and disposal thereof. For this purpose, he may use such force as may be reasonably necessary to repel or prevent an actual or threatened unlawful physical invasion or usurpation of his property. (n)

Art. 430. Every owner may enclose or fence his land or tenements by means of walls, ditches, live or dead hedges, or by any other means without detriment to servitudes constituted thereon. (388)

Art. 431. The owner of a thing cannot make use thereof in such manner as to injure the rights of a third person. (n)


Art. 433. Actual possession under claim of ownership raises disputable presumption of ownership. The true owner must resort to judicial process for the recovery of the property. (n)

Art. 434. In an action to recover, the property must be identified, and the plaintiff must rely on the strength of his title and not on the weakness of the defendant’s claim. (n)

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1 Comment

  1. doc said,

    isa lang ang solusyon dyan hehehe…and eye for an eye! pillage their holdings, rape their wimmins! death to the barbarians!!! aaargghhhh!

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