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FORM 1.

Acknowlegdment

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES)


PROVINCE/CITY OF ____________) S.S.

BEFORE ME, A Notary Public for and in the


_______________________, City/Province of
_____________________, this ______ day of
_____________, 20______, personally appeared the above-
named persons who have satisfactorily proven to me
their identity, through their identifying documents
written below their names and signatures, that they are
the same persons who executed and voluntarily signed
the foregoing instrument consisting of ____ pages,
including this page where this Acknowledgement is
written, which they acknowledged before me as their
free and voluntary act and deed.

WITNESS MY HAND AND NOTARIAL SEAL.

Doc. No. _________;


Page No. _________;
Book No._________;
Series of _________.

Form 2. Secretary's Certificate


SECRETARY’S CERTIFICATE

I, (name of Corporate Secretary), of legal age,


Filipino, being the duly elected and qualified
Corporate Secretary of (name of applicant firm), a
corporation duly organized and existing under the laws
of the Philippines, with office address at (office
address of applicant firm), under oath, do hereby
certify that at the special meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Corporation held on (date of special
meeting), the following resolution was unanimously
adopted:

RESOLVED, that (name of officer of firm), (position


of officer) be as it hereby, authorized to transact,
execute and sign all documents in behalf of the
Corporation pertaining to its application for
registration under the Renewable Energy Act of 2008
(Republic Act No. 9513) with the Board of Investments
for its (proposed project activity) as Renewable Energy
Developer under the Mandatory List of the 20___
Investment Priorities Plan.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my


signature this __________ day of _____________, 20___
at __________________________.

____________________
Corporate Secretary

Subscribed and Sworn to before me this


__________________ at _______________, affiant
exhibited to me his CTC No. ____________________ issued
on ___________________ at ___________________.
Doc. No. _______
Page No. _______
Book No. _______
Series of _______

VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION AGAINST NON-FORUM


SHOPPING, SPLITTING A SINGLE CAUSE OF ACTION AND
MULTIPLICITY OF SUITS

I, __________________________________, of legal
age, Filipino, married/single/widow/widower, and a
resident of
______________________________________________________,
on oath, state:

1. That I am the _____________________ in the above-


entitled case have caused this
_______________________________ to be prepared; that
I read and understood its contents, which are true
and correct of my own personal knowledge and/or
based on true records;

2. That I have not commenced any action or


proceeding involving the same issue or subject
matter, and specifically the same check/s in the
Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals or any other
tribunal or agency, particularly before the Office
of the City Prosecutor of _______________________;
that to the best of my knowledge, no such action or
proceeding is pending in the Supreme Court, the
Court of Appeals or any other tribunal or agency,
and that, if I should learn thereafter that a
similar action or proceeding has been filed or is
pending before these courts or tribunal or agency, I
undertake to report that fact to the Court within
five (5) days therefrom.
3. That the filing of this case is not in violation
of the rule against splitting a single cause of
action or multiplicity of suits.

4. That I knowingly and voluntarily waive and forego


the institution of any criminal complaint for
Violation of Batas Pambansa Blg. 22 against the
defendant herein based on the same check/s subject
matter of this Small Claims Complaint.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this


___________ day of _____________________, 20_____.

__________________________

Affiant

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me this _____ day of


_________________.

Doc. No. _____


Page No. _____
Book No. _____
Series of _____

SAMPLE COMPLAINT FOR COLLECTION OF SUM OF MONEY

Republic of the Philippines


6TH JUDICIAL REGION
Regional Trial Court
Branch _____
Iloilo City

MIA C. SANCHEZ, Civil Case


No. ________ Plaintiff
FOR: COLLECTION FOR
A SUM OF MONEY WITH
DAMAGES
- versus -

PAOLO D. CRUZ,
Defendant.
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COMPLAINT

Plaintiff, through the undersigned counsel unto


this Honorable Court, hereby respectfully avers:

1. That plaintiff is of legal age, Filipino,


married, and a resident of Alta Tierra Village, Jaro,
Iloilo City, Philippines while the defendant is also of
legal age, married, Filipino and a resident of Brgy.
Dungon A., Jaro, Iloilo City, Philippines where summons
and court processes may be served;

2. That on February 14, 2013, the defendant


borrowed from the plaintiff a sum of money amounting to
One Million Pesos (PhP1,000,000.00) with an agreed
interest of five percent (5%) per month as evidenced by
a promissory note herein attached as Annex “A” and form
an integral part of this complaint;

3. That as shown in the attached promissory note,


the indebtedness of the defendant has become due and
demandable on February 14, 2014;
4. That despite plaintiff's repeated demands, both
written and verbal, defendant failed, neglected and
refused to fulfill obligations without just and valid
grounds to the continued damage and prejudice of
plaintiff, as evidenced by Annex “B” – Demand Letters;

5. That the plaintiff in order to enforce his


rights and interests, has sought the services of a
legal counsel with attorney’s fees amounting to One
Hundred Thousand Pesos (PhP 100,000.00) and an
appearance fee of Two Thousand Pesos (PhP 2,000.00) per
hearing as evidenced by Annex “C” – Contract for Legal
Services;

6. That the plaintiff has paid for litigation


expenses amounting to Twenty Thousand Pesos (PhP
20,000.00) as evidenced by Annex “D” – Official
Receipt;

7. That the plaintiff has suffered moral damages at


the sum discretion of the Honorable Court;

WHEREFORE, premises considered, it is hereby


respectfully prayed before the Honorable Court to
render decision in favor of the plaintiff and order the
defendant to pay the following:

a. the sum of One Million Pesos (PhP 1,000,000.00)


plus interest at the rate of five percent (5%) per
month as stipulated in the promissory note;

b. moral damages, exemplary damages at the sum


discretion of the court;

c. attorney’s fees amounting to One Hundred


Thousand Pesos (PhP 100,000.00) and an appearance
fee of Two Thousand Pesos (PhP 2,000.00) per
hearing;
d. litigation expenses amounting to Twenty Thousand
Pesos (PhP 20,000.00).

Other reliefs and remedies deemed just and


equitable under the foregoing premises are likewise
prayed for.

Iloilo City, December 6, 2014.

ATTY. VINCENT ENRIQUE A. VARONA


Counsel for Petitioner
Varona Law Office, Alta Tierra
Village, Jaro, Iloilo City
Roll of Attorneys No. 54321
PTR NO. 654321, 01/06/14, Iloilo City
IBP NO. 123456, 01/04/14, Iloilo City
MCLE Comp. No. IV-0009876, 01/02/14

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES)


PROVINCE OF ILOILO ) SS.
x - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
- x

VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION

I, MIA C. SANCHEZ, of legal age, Filipino, married,


and a resident of Alta Tierra Village, Jaro, Iloilo
City, Philippines, after being sworn in accordance with
law, hereby depose and say:

(1) That I am the Plaintiff in the above-entitled


case;

(2) That I have caused the preparation of the above


Complaint and I have read the same and understood the
contents thereof;

(3) That the allegations contained therein are true


and correct of my own personal knowledge and based
on authentic records;

(4) That I further certify that: I have not


theretofore commenced any other action or
proceeding or filed any claim involving the same
issues or matter in any court, tribunal, or quasi-
judicial agency and, to the best of my knowledge, no
such action or proceeding is pending therein; if I
should thereafter learn that the same or similar action
or proceeding has been filed or is pending before the
Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, or any other
tribunal or quasi-judicial agency, I undertake to
report such fact within five (5) days therefrom to the
court or agency wherein the original pleading and
sworn
certification contemplated herein have been filed.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand


this 6th day of December 2014 at Iloilo City,
Philippines.
MIA C. SANCHEZ
Affiant
TIN 98765-003; Iloilo City

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me, this 6th day of


December 2014, affiant exhibiting to me his Tax
Identification Card as shown above below his name as
competent evidence of his identity.

ATTY. VINCENT ENRIQUE A. VARONA


Counsel for Petitioner
Varona Law Office, Alta Tierra
Village, Jaro, Iloilo City
Roll of Attorneys No. 54321
PTR NO. 654321, 01/06/14, Iloilo City
IBP NO. 123456, 01/04/14, Iloilo City
MCLE Comp. No. IV-0009876, 01/02/14

Doc. No. ____


Page No. ____
Book No. ____
Series of ____
FORM NO. 4: COMPLAINT FOR SUM OF MONEY: PLAINTIFF AS
NATURAL PERSON
Republic of the Philippines
National Capital Judicial Region
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
Branch 101, Makati City

ESTA PADORA,
Plaintiff,

Civil Case No. 000882


- versus –

For: Sum of Money

MANGGA GANTSO,
Defendant.
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COMPLAINT

PLAINTIFF, by counsel, respectfully states that:

1. Plaintiff is a Filipino, of legal age, and


resident of 6750 Forbes Park, Makati City; defendant is
also a Filipino, of legal age and resident of 6752,
Forbes Park, Makati City, where he may be served with
summons and other processes.

2. Sometime in January 2005 and over a period of


six (6) months, defendant borrowed certain amounts from
plaintiff. Defendant promised to pay these amounts on
an installment basis monthly. These amounts now total
Nine Hundred Thousand Pesos (P900,000.00).

3. Despite repeated demands, both oral and


written, defendant failed or has refused to pay any
amount to plaintiff as no installment payment has even
been made. A copy each of plaintiff’s two (2) demand
letters is attached as ANNEX A and B.
4. Resort to the Barangay Conciliation process
proved fruitless as defendant failed to appear, despite
notice on him to appear. Thus, a Certification to File
Action, a copy of which is attached as ANNEX C, was
issued by the Barangay Chairman.

5. Defendant’s obligation is due and demandable and


plaintiff is entitled to the payment of the entire
amount of Nine Hundred Thousand Pesos (P900,000.00)
plus legal interest.
6. By reason of defendant’s unreasonable failure or
refusal to pay his due and demandable obligation,
plaintiff was forced to engage the services of counsel
to vindicate his rights thereby committing himself to
pay legal expenses amounting to Fifty Thousand Pesos
(P50,000.00).

WHEREFORE, plaintiff respectfully prays for


judgment in his favor through a Decision directing
defendant to pay him NINE HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS
(P900,000.00), with legal interest, as ACTUAL DAMAGES
and FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS (P50,000.00) as Attorney’s
Fees.

Other just and equitable reliefs are also prayed


for.

Quezon City for Makati; 13 April 2007.

(Sgd.) ATTICUS FINCH


Counsel for Plaintiff
[Address]
FORM NO. 4: COMPLAINT FOR SUM OF MONEY: DEFENDANT AS
JURIDICAL PERSON
Republic of the Philippines
National Capital Judicial Region
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
Branch 101, Makati City

ESTAFA DAMAGA,
Plaintiff,

Civil Case No. 000883


- versus –

For: Sum of Money

LIWANAG CORPORATION,
Defendant.
x -------------------------- x

COMPLAINT

PLAINTIFF, by counsel, respectfully states that:

1. Plaintiff is a Filipino, of legal age, and


resident of 6750 Forbes Park, Makati City; defendant is
also a Filipino, of legal age and resident of 6752,
Forbes Park, Makati City, where he may be served with
summons and other processes.

2. Sometime in January 2005 and over a period of


six (6) months, defendant, a corporation duly organized
under the laws of the Philippines, borrowed certain
amounts from plaintiff through its president Antonio
Liwanag. Defendant promised to pay these amounts on an
installment basis monthly. These amounts now total Nine
Hundred Thousand Pesos (P900,000.00).
3. Despite repeated demands, both oral and
written, defendant failed or has refused to pay any
amount to plaintiff as no installment payment has even
been made. A copy each of plaintiff’s two (2) demand
letters is attached as ANNEX A and B.

4. Resort to the Barangay Conciliation process


proved fruitless as defendant failed to appear, despite
notice on him to appear. Thus, a Certification to File
Action, a copy of which is attached as ANNEX C, was
issued by the Barangay Chairman.

5. Defendant’s obligation is due and demandable and


plaintiff is entitled to the payment of the entire
amount of Nine Hundred Thousand Pesos (P900,000.00)
plus legal interest.

6. By reason of defendant’s unreasonable failure or


refusal to pay his due and demandable obligation,
plaintiff was forced to engage the services of counsel
to vindicate his rights thereby committing himself to
pay legal expenses amounting to Fifty Thousand Pesos
(P50,000.00).

WHEREFORE, plaintiff respectfully prays for


judgment in his favor through a Decision directing
defendant to pay him NINE HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS
(P900,000.00), with legal interest, as ACTUAL DAMAGES
and FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS (P50,000.00) as Attorney’s
Fees.

Other just and equitable reliefs are also prayed


for.

Quezon City for Makati; 13 April 2007.

(Sgd.) ATTICUS FINCH


Counsel for Plaintiff
[Address]
FORM NO. 5: JURIDICAL PERSON AS PARTIES: REPUBLIC OF
THE PHILIPPINES AS PARTY
Republic of the Philippines, thru
The Department of Health,
Plaintiff,

-versus-
Civil Case No.

ABC Construction Co., Inc.,


Defendant.
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FORM NO. 5: JURIDICAL PERSON AS PARTIES: PRIVATE


CORPORATION OR OTHER JURIDICAL ENTITIES DULY
REGISTERED, AS PARTIES.
XYZ Company, Inc.,
Plaintiff,

-versus-
Civil Case No.

Juan De la Cruz,
Defendant.
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Allegations showing it is a juridical entity:


Plaintiff XYZ Company, Inc., is a corporation duly
organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws
of the Philippines, with principal offices at 1234
Ayala Ave., Makati City, where it may be served with
summons and other legal processes.

FORM NO. 6: CORPORATION DE FACTO AS PLAINTIFF.


XYZ Corporation,
Plaintiff,

-versus-
Civil Case No.

David Fermosa,
Defendant.
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Plaintiff XYZ Company, Inc., is a corporation with


principal offices at 1234 Ayala Ave., Makati City,
where it may be served with summons and other legal
processes (keeping silent as to the fact that the
plaintiff corporation was not duly-registered as a
corporation because the rule is that where a
corporation, not registered, is suing a third person on
a contract the latter entered into with it, he may not
be heard to dispute the existence of said corporation,
as he is stopped from denying the corporate
existence) ;

Allege cause of action…

FORM NO. 5: CORPORATION DE FACTO AS DEFENDANT.


ESTAFA DAMAGA,
Plaintiff,
Civil Case No. 000883
- versus –

For: Sum of Money

LIWANAG CORPORATION AND ANTONIO LIWANAG,


Defendant.
x -------------------------- x

COMPLAINT

PLAINTIFF, by counsel, respectfully states that:

1. Plaintiff is a Filipino, of legal age, and


resident of 6750 Forbes Park, Makati City; defendant is
also a Filipino, of legal age and resident of 6752,
Forbes Park, Makati City, where he may be served with
summons and other processes.

2. Sometime in January 2005 and over a period of


six (6) months, defendant, a corporation, through its
president Antonio Liwanag, borrowed certain amounts
from plaintiff through its president Antonio Liwanag.
Defendant promised to pay these amounts on an
installment basis monthly. These amounts now total Nine
Hundred Thousand Pesos (P900,000.00).

3. Despite repeated demands, both oral and


written, defendant, said corporation has refused to pay
any amount to plaintiff, as no installment payment has
even been made, alleging that it was not liable as it
did not register itself as a corporation. A copy each
of plaintiff’s two (2) demand letters is attached as
ANNEX A and B.

4. Investigation shows that the persons who claimed


to be president of said corporation who were also the
same person dealing with the plaintiff in connection
with the loan and who represented that the defendant
Liwanag Corporation was duly registered with the
Securities and Exchange Commission, when in fact it was
not.

5. Defendant’s obligation is due and demandable and


plaintiff is entitled to the payment of the entire
amount of Nine Hundred Thousand Pesos (P900,000.00)
plus legal interest.

6. By reason of defendant’s unreasonable failure or


refusal to pay his due and demandable obligation,
plaintiff was forced to engage the services of counsel
to vindicate his rights thereby committing himself to
pay legal expenses amounting to Fifty Thousand Pesos
(P50,000.00).

WHEREFORE, plaintiff respectfully prays for


judgment in his favor through a Decision directing
defendant to pay him NINE HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS
(P900,000.00), with legal interest, as ACTUAL DAMAGES
and FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS (P50,000.00) as Attorney’s
Fees.

Other just and equitable reliefs are also prayed


for.

Quezon City for Makati; 13 April 2007.

(Sgd.) ATTICUS FINCH


Counsel for Plaintiff
[Address]

FORM NO. 7: REAL PARTIES-IN-INTEREST


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES)
CITY OF IMUS ) S.S.
AFFIDAVIT OF INSURANCE CLAIMS
I, Miranda Curl, of legal age, Filipino, married,
and presently residing at Blk 55, Lot 66, Ibarra Homes,
Tulingan, Cavite, after having been duly sworn to in
accordance with law, depose and state:
1. I am the owner of a certain registered motor
vehicle, which I inherited from my deceased father
through intestate succession, with the particular
description as follows, to wit:
MAKE: Honda
BODY: Sedan SERIES:
Civic MODEL: 1998
PLATE NO.: UTS 101
Serial/Chassis No.: US15- 2B3509
MV FILE No.: 2477- 33438
2. On 03 October 2013 at 2 o’clock in the
afternoon, the said motor vehicle met an accident.
3. This had happened while i was parking in front
of a hardware store between the two motor vehicles,
at the left side was an elf van, and while at the
right was a car. At that time, I was carefully
looking at the car on my right, that I did not
notice the elf van in the parking area. When I made
a reverse turn, i hit the elf by my tail light and
bumper
4. It is for that reason that i am executing this
affidavit to file a claim for insurance.
5. I therefore have executed this Affidavit to
attest the truth I mentioned herein and for
whatever legal purposes it may serve.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand
this 30th day of January 2014 in Imus City, Cavite,
Philippines.

MIRANDA CURL
Affiant
Philippine Passport No. 123456
valid until January 13, 2018
SUBCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me this 30th day of
January 2014 in Imus City, Cavite, Philippines, affiant
exhibiting to me her competent evidence of identity
indicated below his above- stated name.
Doc. No. _____;
Page No. _____;
Book No. _____;
Series of 2014.

FORM NO. 8: REPRESENTATIVE PARTIES


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES)
CITY OF IMUS ) S.S.
AFFIDAVIT OF PARENTAL CONSENT TO MARRIAGE
WE, KENDALL RUNNER and RON JEREMY, both of legal
age, Filipinos, husband and wife, respectively, and
presently residing at Blk 55, Lot 66, Ibarra Homes,
Tulingan, Cavite, after having been duly sworn to in
accordance with law, depose and state:
1. I am/we are the parents of Rocco Siffredi born
in born on 18 October 1998 in Grace Park, Caloocan
City
2. My/Our child is intending to contract marriage
with Nana Oguya in Meycauayan, Bulacan;
3. I we are giving our consent to our child, Rocco
Siffredi, marrying said Nana Oguya;
4. We are executing this Affidavit for the purpose
of informing the authorities concerned of the
veracity of the foregoing facts and for whatever
legal purposes it may serve.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands
this 27th day of January, 2014 in Imus City, Cavite,
Philippines.
KENDALL RUNNER
Affiant (Mother)
RON JEREMY
Affiant (Father)
SUBCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me this 30th day of
January 2014 in Imus City, Cavite, Philippines, affiant
exhibiting to me her Philippine Passport No. 123456
issued in Manila on January 12, 2014 and valid until
January 13, 2018.
Doc. No. _____;
Page No. _____;
Book No. _____;
Series of 2014.

FORM NO. 9: STOCKHOLDER SUING IN A DERIVATIVE SUIT

Juan de Bagyo and Perdo Pobre


and ABC Corporation, the former
suing as representative of said corporation,
and other stockholders,

Plaintiffs,
-versus- Civil Case
No. ____
Derivative suit

Jose Gabiano, Ricardo Tria, Rumolo


Castillo, Jay Padilla

Defendants.

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Allegations showing requirements of derivative
suits:
Plaintiffs Juan de Bagyo and Pedro Pobre, both of
legal age, are minority stockholders of plaintiff ABC
Corporation, a corporation duly-organized and existing
under and by virtue of the laws of the Philippines,
with principal offices at 532 Ayala Ave., Makati City,
and are suing in this derivative suit in the name and
as representatives of said corporation.
Defendants are members of the board of directors of
said corporation, who in breach of trust, committed
acts inimical to the interests of the corporation,
namely: allege facts showing violations of Sec. 31 of
the Corporate Code, to the damage and prejudice of the
corporation.
Allege other requirements of derivative suit, as
prescribed in Rule 8 of the Interim Rules of Procedure
for Intra-Corporate controversies, such as that
plaintiffs exerted all reasonable efforts, particularly
describing such efforts, to exhaust all remedies
available under the articles of incorporation, by-laws
or rules governing the corporation to obtain relief
they desire; that no appraisal rights nuisance or
harassment suit.
Etc.

Form no. 10: Actions prosecuted or defended by


representatives on behalf of beneficiaries.

Claim Against the Estate.

ANSWER

In the Matter of the Claim


of Juan Dela Cruz against
of the Estate of Miguelito Cruz,

Administrator for the Estate of Miguelito Cruz in the


above-entitled case, thru counsel, in answer to the
claim of Juan Dela Cruz in said estate, states:

That he denies the said claim on the ground that he


has no knowledge of the claim to enable him to deny or
admit specifically since this was not communicated to
him.

WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that said claim be


disapproved.

February 1, 2018, Cebu City.


Form No. 11: Spouses as Parties
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
___ Judicial Region
Branch ___
(Venue)

THE PEOPLE OF
THE PHILIPPINES
Plaintiff,
Criminal Case No. ________________
- versus –

SPOUSES HENRY AND JUDITH CRUZ


Accused.

x---------------------x

INFORMATION

The undersigned Assistant Prosecutor, upon sworn


complaint original filed by the offended party, accuses
Spouses Henry and Judith Cruz of the crime of
CORRUPTION OF MINORS, committed as follows:

That on or about December 21, 2017 in the city of


Cebu, Philippines, within the jurisdiction of this
court, the said accused, did then and there, willfully,
unlawfully, feloniously and maliciously conceal their
true name to police officer Ricardo Manggubat, duly-
appointed, qualified and acting as such, and while in
the performance of his duties, asked the said accused
for their true name, and the said accused did then and
there willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously and with
abuse of confidence and authority, promote and
facilitate the prostitution and corruption of a girl,
named Juanita Delos Reyes, a minor of Nine years of
age, for the purpose of satisfying the carnal lust of
others.

Contrary to law.
December 28, 2017, Cebu City

Assistant City Prosecutor


Witnesses:

BAIL RECOMMENDED:

Certification

Form No. 12: Minors as Incompetent

Republic of the Philippines


City of Cebu S.S.
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AFFIDAVIT OF GUARDIANSHIP

I, Daisy Baluyot,of legal age, widow, Filipino


citizen, and presently residing at Maria Luisa, Cebu
City, after having been duly sworn to in accordance
with law, do hereby depose and say:

1. ThatI am the Mother and guardian of the following


minors who have an interest in the estate of the late
Juan Baluyot payable by ___________;

Full Name of Minor/s Date of Birth Age


Jameson Baluyot 09/28/2015 3
Marie Ella 08/26/2016 2

2. That the above mentioned minors are under my care


and custody;

3. That I am competent to receive in behalf of the said


minors any amount/s due them; and
4. ThatI am not an imbecile, insane, a vagrant or a
vicious person or ahabitual drunkard or a habitual
criminal, and have not abandoned,neglected or refused
to support said minors or caused them to commit
offenses against the law.

5. ThatI am executing this affidavit to attest to the


truth of all the foregoing statements and for whatever
legal purpose it may serve.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 1 st


day of February 2018 at Cebu City, Philippines.
Joinder of Permissive Parties in one Complaint.

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES


REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
7th Judicial Region
Branch 11
Cebu City

AA,BB,CC,DD,EE,FF
Plaintiffs,
- versus- Civil Case No. 432
Rough Riders Bus Co.
Defendant.
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Plaintiffs are of legal age and are the heirs of


the passengers of the bus owned by the defendant as
common carrier, bound for Bogo City on July 15, 2010,
when said bus turned turtle due to its driver’s driving
recklessly and negligently, resulting in the death of
all passengers, and causing plaintiffs to suffer
damages in the amount of no less than 300,000 PHP each
for medical expenses and loss of earnings, and
involving questions of law and of fact common to all
plaintiffs.
Form: Class suit

A, B, C, D, E, F, and G, oin their own


behalf and on behalf of class members,

Plaintiffs,

-versus- Civil
Case No. 000120

Juan del, Cruz, Pedro Mansalay,


Cardo Tria, and ABC Voluntary
Association

Defendants.

x-----------------------------x

Plaintiffs are of legal age and are members of the


voluntary association, known as ACD Voluntary
Association, which is composed of over 500 members, who
are required to contribute P100.00 monthly, in return
for the benefits extended to its members, Plaintiffs
are suing on their own behalf as members of said
association and on behalf of all other members thereof,
who are so numerous that it is impracticable to implead
them all as plaintiffs.

Defendants, as officers of said association, have


mismanaged its affairs, did not render any accounting
to the members, and appropriated the members’
contribution unto themselves, thereby compelling the
members thereof to compel said officers to wind up the
affairs of the association and to require defendants as
officers thereof to render an accounting of the money
and property of the association.

It has been held: “An action instituted by several


hundred members of a voluntary association against
their officers to compel them to wind up the
associations’ affairs and render an accounting to the
money and property in their possession has been held to
be a class suit. In that case there was in truth one
single right of action sought to be enforced by the
numerous plaintiffs, not separate, individual, distinct
rights pertaining independently to them.

Form: Unwilling plaintiff, impleaded as defendant.

Pedro, Juan and David, all


Surnamed Dela Cruz,

Plaintiffs

-Versus-

Myrna dela Cruz, and Samson


Dela Cruz,

Defendants.

x-------------------------------------------------x

- This is an action for partition of a parcel of land


consisting of 15,000 sq,m., located in Quezon City,
and which defendants inherited from their parents,
when the latter died in an accident on March 2, 2005,
and since said date, defendant Samson dela Cruz,
their elder brother, has been occupying the same and
reaping all its income to himself.
- The instant suit being a suit by and among members of
the same family, plaintiffs exerted all efforts to
reach an amicable settlement of the case, by talking
to defendant Samson dela Cruz, convincing him to
agree to extra-judicial partition of the property and
even informing him that plaintiffs are willing to
forego any and even informing him that plaintiffs are
willing to forego any claim of accounting to convince
him to settle the case amicably, but, all such
efforts proved useless.
- Plaintiffs had asked Myrna dela Cruz, being a co-
owner to join plaintiffs as co-plaintiff, but the
latter refused, constraining plaintiffs to implead
her as a defendant.

Form: Misjoinder and non joinder of parties

Pedro Penduko, and


James Reid

Plaintiffs Civil Case


no. 003258

-Versus-

Maria Esther Dela Cruz, Yoko Nga,


And Dodoy Go.

Defendants.

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MOTION FOR MISJOINDER OF PARTIES

PLAINTIFF, by counsel, respectfully states that:

[1] On 1 June 2006, Plaintiff James Reid was made


a party to the case although he should have not been
impleaded.
[2] That plaintiff is not a party in interest to
the issue in the instant case since the actual person
in interest is a certain James Red.
[3] WHEREFORE, plaintiff respectfully prays that
plaintiff James Reid be dropped as a party to the case.
Quezon City; 13 April 2007.
Form 19: Unknown Identity of defendant

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES


NATIONAL CAPITAL JUDICIAL REGION
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
Branch I, Manila

ACBD Corporation (Philippines), Inc.,


Plaintiff,

- versus - Civil Case No.


1298465

JOHN DOE, For: Replevin


Defendant.
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COMPLAINT

COMES NOW, the Plaintiff, through the undersigned


counsel, and to this Honorable Court alleges:

1. That Plaintiff is a domestic corporation


existing under the laws of the Philippines, with
offices at 311 P. Casal St., Quiapo, Manila, while
defendant is an American citizen, residing at Room
1024, Manila Hotel, where he may be served with
Summons;

2. That plaintiff is the registered owner of a


motor vehicle described as a Mitsubishi Lancer, model
1984, with Plate No. DAY-203;

3. That on October 11, 2017,defendant rented from


plaintiff said Lancer car for a week from October 11 to
18, 2016

4. That on October 20, 2017, and for the next three


(3) days thereafter, plaintiff demanded from defendant
the return of the said car; but defendant avoided
returning the car by giving one reason or another;

5. That said car has not been taken for a tax


assessment or fine pursuant to law, or seized on
execution or attached;

6. That the value of the said car is P1.5M;

7. That plaintiff is ready and willing to give bond


executed to the defendant in double the value of the
property for the return of the property to the
defendant should be adjudged, or for the payment of
such sum that defendant may recover from plaintiff in
the action.

WHEREFORE, plaintiff prays that:


1. The sheriff or other proper officer be ordered
to take possession of the car and dispose of it in
accordance with the Rules of Court;
2. After hearing, judgment be rendered declaring
that plaintiff is entitled to the possession of the car
or, should this prove unavailing, sentencing defendant
to pay the value of the car.

Manila, December 23, 2017.

ATTY. MIA C. VARGAS


XYZ Building, Manila
IBP No. 12345; 1/3/2015;Manila
PTR No.61879; 2/2/2015; Manila
Roll of Attorneys No. 12345
Form 20: Entity without juridical personality as
defendant

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES


NATIONAL CAPITAL JUDICIAL REGION
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
Branch I, Manila

ZHIA CRUZ,
Plaintiff,

- versus - Civil Case No.


1298465

ACBD Corporation (Philippines), Inc. For: Damages


Defendant.
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COMPLAINT

COMES NOW, the Plaintiff, through the undersigned


counsel, and to this Honorable Court alleges:

1.The plaintiff, of legal age, is a Filipino


citizen residing in #123 Rose Street, Dela Rosa
Avenue, Manila, Philippines;

2.The defendant, is a corporation engaged in


selling of cars which have an official office
located in #843, Magallanes Street, Osmena
Avenue, Manila.
3.That on October 16, 2016, the plaintiff purchased
the said Lancer car from the defendants, Mr.
XOXO, director of company guaranteed the
authenticity of the car and that it is in good
condition, it amounted to P890,000;

4.That on October 20, 2016, and for the next three


(3) days thereafter,the plaintiff upon going to
office tried to turn on the car but it wont
start.

5.Due to dismay, the plaintiff called the defendant


to inform them that the car broke and to ask for
reimbursement of the money for breach of
guaranty.

6.The defendant concealed the damage of the car and


despite several demands, defendant failed to
reimburse the amount paid by the plaintiff.

7.The defendant will not pay the amount as they are


not liable for the mistake of its partners like
manufacturers who are at fault and that they are
not a corporation and that the acts of their
agent does not bind them as to liabilities.

WHEREFORE, plaintiff prays that:


1. The honorable court shall render decision in
favor of the plaintiff; and

2. To order the defendant to pay for the amount


paid by the plaintiff plus damages for the breach
of warranty.

Manila, December 3, 2016.

ATTY. MIA C. VARGAS


XYZ Building, Manila
IBP No. 12345; 1/3/2015;Manila
PTR No.61879; 2/2/2015; Manila
Roll of Attorneys No. 12345

Form 18: Alternative defendants

Republic of the Philippines


REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
11th
Judicial Region
Branch 54
Davao City

Fe Tuad, Plaintiff, CIVIL CASE no.


1232143

- versus –

Aurelio Laxan, Aurelio Lara


Bonifacio Cruzo, ULTRA
Speed Machine Shop FOR: Damages for death,
and A’s Metal earning capacity,Moral
Products, Defendants. Damages and Attorney's fees

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COMPLAINT

COMES NOW, plaintiff, Fe Tuad, by counsel, and unto


this Honorable Court, most respectfully avers THAT:

1.Plaintiff is a Filipino, of legal age, married, and


residing at 32E Jacinto St., Davao City, where he may
be served with summons, papers and other process of
this Honorable Court ACOP Law Firm, Suite 704, LANDCO
Bldg, Bajada, Davao City.

2.Defendant Aurelio Laxan is a Filipino, of legal


age, single, and residing at Purok 14, Mintal,
Davao City, where he may be served with summons,
papers and other process of this Honorable Court.

3.Defendant Bonifacio Cruzo is a Filipino, of legal


age, married, and residing at Purok Sto. Nino,
Buhangin, Davao City, where he may be served with
summons, papers and other process of this Honorable
Court.

4.Defendant ULTRA Speed Machine Shop and A’s Metal


Products is a juridical entity duly registered with the
Securities and Exchange Commission. It is engaged in
the selling metal products and Auto Repair. It is
represented herein by Aurelio Lara, owner and manager
of ULTRA Speed Machine Shop and A’s Metal Products. It
may be served with papers and other processes of this
Honorable Court at 131 R. Magsaysay Avenue Davao City.

5.Defendant Aurelio Lara is a Filipino, of legal age,


married, and residing at 131 R. Magsaysay Avenue Davao
City, where he may be served with summons, papers and
other process of this Honorable Court.

6.Both parties have capacity to sue and to be sued.

7.Plaintiff herein is the wife of victim of the


vehicular accident, Romeo Tuadles who is the sole bread
winner of the family.

8.Defendant Bonifacio Cruz, is the registered owner


of a Cimarron Jeepney, and particularly described as
follows:

Make and Type: Cimarron Jeepney


Plate No.: LXX-349

9.Defendant ULTRA Speed Machine Shop and A’s Metal


Products owned by Aurelio Lara has legal possession of
the vehicle and bound itself by an acknowledgment
attached herewith “Annex A”, to be responsible for any
and all incidents that may occur while the said vehicle
is in their custody.
10. Defendant Aurelio Lara is the employer of
Aurelio Laxa, being the owner of ULTRA Speed Machine
Shop and A’s Metal Products.

11. On December 29, 2010, Bonifacio Cruz brought


his vehicle to ULTRA Speed Machine Shop and A’s Metal
Products by Aurelio Lara for repair and left the said
vehicle at the shop.

12. At about January 2, 2011, Aurelio Laxa, a


driver of A’s Metal Products with his co-workers on
board drove the vehicle in going to the beach.

13. In driving back from the beach, Aurelio Laxa


lost control of the vehicle while negotiating a curve
causing it to turn turtle resulting in the death of one
of its passengers Romeo Tuadles.

14. A demand letter for indemnification for damages


was by plaintiff to defendants.

15. Defendant Bonifacio Cruz promptly denied


liability for reason that his vehicle was used and
driven without his knowledge and consent by Aurelio
Tuadles at the time of the accident.
16. As a result of the death of Romeo Tuadles, his
family is in financial difficulties because they depend
on him as a sole wage earner in the family. Hence, they
must be made to pay for damages for the death of Romeo
Tuadles, in the amount equivalent to FIVE HUNDRED
THROUSAND PESOS (P 500,000.00).

17. Due to the sudden death of Romeo Tuadles, his


wife and children suffered mental anguish and serious
anxiety.

18. Consequently, Plaintiff was constrained to


engage the services of counsel to whom it obligated
itself to pay as Attorney's Fees the amount equivalent
to TWENTY FIVE PERCENT (25%) of the total amount to be
adjudged in favor of plaintiffs, and the costs of this
suit.

PRAYER

WHEREFORE, the above premises considered, it is


respectfully prayed of this Honorable Court after
hearing on the merits, that:

a.Defendants be ordered to pay for damages for


death in the amount of FIVE HUNDRED THROUSAND
PESOS.
b.Defendants be ordered to pay moral damages in
the amount of FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS (Php
500,000.00);

c.Defendants be ordered to pay attorney’s fees in


an amount equivalent to TWENTY FIVE PERCENT
(25%) of the total amount to be adjudged in
favor of plaintiffs;

d.Defendants be ordered to pay the costs of this


suit.

Other reliefs just and equitable under the premises


are likewise prayed for.