152Re: ...frenzel vs. catito
- Jun 1, 2005i read the case again. i guess because the CA affirmed the decision
of the Davao RTC, in toto, it immediately waived any other decisions
of varied RTC. I'm not sure yet how legal procedures work but hey,
that's why we are still freshmen. there are more to learn. good luck
for all of us.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, jukas master
> query lang ppl. in the case frenzel vs. catito.. the petitioner'sfirst complaint filed in the QC RTC, the court ruled in favor of
alfred, ordering the defendant to waive her claim over the QC
property, plus the rights to ownership was granted to the
plaintiff.. however the Davao RTC ruled against the petitioner
stating the constitutional law on owning public lands (Alfred is
disqualified).. mejo nalalabuan ako kasi contradicting yung ruling..
am i just mistaken or tama yung pagkakaintindi ko.. can someone pls
enlighten me.. tnx peeps..
> ins262 <ins262@y...> wrote:
> guys.. 8am tomorrow right? right? cases already.. damn. to
> it's just orsem palang. this will be the end of me.. or not.. ohlord
> help me help myself.Service.
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