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HERBERT CANG, petitioner, vs. COURT OF APPEALS and Spouses RONALD V. CLAVANO and MARIA CLARA CLAVANO, respondents.

FACTS:

Petitioner Herbert Cang and Anna Marie Clavano were married and begot three children, namely: Keith, born on July 3, 1973; Charmaine, born on January 23, 1977, and Joseph Anthony, born on January 3, 1981. 454 more words

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THE PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, plaintiff-appellee, vs. SERVILLANO VELASQUEZ, defendant-appellant. 

FACTS:

On the night of February 9, 1966, while complainant was sleeping in her room, appellant allegedly armed with a bladed instrument, by means of force and intimidation, have carnal knowledge with the former against her will and consent. 593 more words

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GONZALO GARCIA, plaintiff-appellant,  vs. CONSOLACION MANZANO, defendant-appellee.

FACTS: Plaintiff filed by for the judicial declaration of the separation of their conjugal partnership property before Court of First Instance of Manila alleging that  he and defendant are husband and wife but they have been living separately from each other since 1948, all attempts at reconciliation between them having failed; that plaintiff, a duly licensed doctor of veterinary science, used to be employed in the slaughter-house of the City of Manila, while defendant, with plaintiff’s knowledge and consent, engaged in the business of slaughtering large cattle and selling the fresh meat in the city; that as a result of their joint efforts, plaintiff and defendant acquired and accumulated real and personal properties; that upon the separation of the spouses, the defendant assumed the complete management and administration of the conjugal partnership property, has been enjoying said property as well as its accessions and fruits to the exclusion and prejudice of plaintiff, and has even fictitiously transferred or alienated a majority of said property in favor of third persons; that since defendant assumed the management and administration of the conjugal partnership property, she has neglected to file any income tax returns; that defendant has failed and refused to turn over and deliver to plaintiff his rightful share and participation in the conjugal partnership property and its fruits. 556 more words

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LUCILDA DAEL et. al, petitioners, vs.INTERMEDIATE APPELLATE COURT, et al, respondents.

LUCILDA DAEL, EVERGISTO DAEL, DOMINGO DAEL, JR., CONRADO DAEL, FEDERICO DURANA, JR., FREDISVINDA DURANA, FLEURDELIZADA DURANA, FABIAN DURANA and FE PATRICIO DURANA,petitioners, vs.INTERMEDIATE APPELLATE COURT, CARMENCITA CABUTIHAN, NONILON CABUTIHAN, ROMULO CABUTIHAN, LERMO CABUTIHAN, and BIENVENIDO CABUTIHAN, respondents. 1,880 more words

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Malayan vs Philippines First (G.R. No. 184300 July 11, 2012)

Malayan Insurance Co., Inc vs Philippines First Insurance Co., Inc
G.R. No. 184300 July 11, 2012

Facts: Since 1989, Wyeth Philippines, Inc. (Wyeth) and respondent Reputable Forwarder Services, Inc. 779 more words

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES, vs. COURT OF APPEALS and RORIDEL OLAVIANO MOLINA, respondents.

FACTS:

Parties were married in 1985. They begot one child. But in 1990, Roridel filed a petition to have her marriage be declared void on the ground that Reynaldo is psychologically incapacitated to perform the essential marital obligations. 312 more words

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BENJAMIN G. TING, Petitioner, vs. CARMEN M. VELEZ TING, Respondent.

FACTS: Respondent after being married to petitioner for more than 18 years filed a petition for the declaration of nullity of their marriage based on Article 36 of the Family Code before the RTC of Cebu City on the ground that petitioner suffered from psychological incapacity. 405 more words

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