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Property title

Post by Joe on Wed Jan 26, 2011 10:42 am


Applying for a new title on a registered property is reasonably straight forward and makes good sense. But our observations are as follows:
The form for "posting" a the application notice is in English and the Baranghi captain signs it without understanding the details.
Application at the municipal costs between 5 and 15 thousand pesos,......no receipts are given.
Collection of the finished title costs 1000 pesos of which 200 is a "stamp" receipt....where does the 800 go?

Surely in the theme of "transparency" and anti corruption their should be a published price list?

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