[This item has five questions.] Assume that you received an adverse decision and filed a motion for reconsideration which was denied. Give the reglementary periods for filing the following: (a) Notice of Appeal to the Court of Appeals (b) Petition for Certiorari under Rule 65 (c) Petition for Review to the Court of Appeals under Rule 42 (d) Petition for Review on Certiorari to the Supreme Court under Rule 45 (e) Petition for Certiorari under Rule 64
Lebron, a Makati resident, obtained a Php 350,000.00 loan from a bank secured by a real estate mortgage (REM) over his lot located in Quezon City with an assessed value of Php 500,000.00. Lebron failed to pay despite written demands. The bank intends to file an action for judicial foreclosure of the REM.
Pepe and Pilar are adjoining lot owners. Suppose Pepe’s lot is titled and without his knowledge, it was encroached upon by Pilar whose lot is untitled but who honestly believed that the encroached portion, where she built a small bungalow house, is still within her property
Noel is the son of spouses Marie and Benedict. Benedict has passed away. For Noel’s 7th birthday, his paternal grandparents offered and pay for his birthday party. In coordination with Marie, the grandparents booked the party venue, signed the contacts with the caterer and the entertainers, finalized the guest list, and paid all amounts due. Marie promised to them to bring Noel to the party.
Police officer John ran after Randy who had just killed Willy in John’s presence. John fired at Randy in an attempt to stop him in his tracks. In response, Randy fired back at John, hitting him. John was seriously wounded but survived due to timely medical assistance. Randy was then charged with Frustrated Homicide. During the trial, Randy claimed self-defense.