Monday, December 05, 2011

Vicente Yu Chang and Soledad Yu Chang v. Republic of the Philippines; G.R. No. 171726. February 23, 2011.

Public Land Act. Under Section 48(b) of the Public Land Act, as amended by P.D. 1073, in order that petitioners’ application for registration of title may be granted, they must first establish the following: (1) that the subject land forms part of the disposable and alienable lands of the public domain and (2) that they have been in open, continuous, exclusive and notorious possession and occupation of the same under a bona fide claim of ownership, since June 12, 1945, or earlier. Applicants must overcome the presumption that the land they are applying for is part of the public domain and that they have an interest therein sufficient to warrant registration in their names arising from an imperfect title. Vicente Yu Chang and Soledad Yu Chang v. Republic of the Philippines; G.R. No. 171726. February 23, 2011.

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