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An action for reconveyance based on an implied trust prescribes in 10 years.

The
reference point of the 10-year prescriptive period is the date of registration of the
deed or the issuance of the title. The prescriptive period applies only if there is an
actual need to reconvey the property as when the plaintiff is not in possession of
the property.
However, if the plaintiff, as the real owner of the property also remains in
possession of the property, the prescriptive period to recover title and possession of
the
Basic is the rule that for alibi to prosper, the accused must prove that he was
somewhere else when the crime was committed and that it was physically
impossible for him to have been at the scene of the crime. Physical impossibility
refers to the distance between the place where the accused was when the crime
transpired and the place where it was committed, as well as the facility of access
between the two places. Where there is least chance for the accused to be present
at the crime scene, the defense of alibi must fail.