Is GPPB strict with the govt. rulling issued by the Supreme Court in 2004 regulating notarial practice and discouraging the use of Community Tax Certificate as competent evidence of identity?

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Is GPPB strict with the govt. rulling issued by the Supreme Court in 2004 regulating notarial practice and discouraging the use of Community Tax Certificate as competent evidence of identity?

Post by matclem on Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:59 am

A Philippine Notary Public is mandated to require “competent evidence of identity” from parties who would like to have some documents (like Special Power of Attorney) notarized. In our case, bidders are required to submit sworn statements/omnibus which is part of the technical requirements in the bidding documents. To quote the provisions of Section 12 of Rule II of the 2004 Rules on Notarial Practice, as amended by A.M. No. 02-8-13-SC of the Supreme Court dated February 19, 2008:-

“Sec. 12. Competent Evidence of Identity. – The phrase "competent evidence of identity" refers to the identification of an individual based on:

“(a) at least one current identification document issued by an official agency bearing the photograph and signature of the individual, such as but not limited to, passport, driver's license, Professional Regulations Commission ID, National Bureau of Investigation clearance, police clearance, postal ID, voter's ID, Barangay certification, Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) e-card, Social Security System (SSS) card, Philhealth card, senior citizen card, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) ID, OFW ID, seaman's book, alien certificate of registration/immigrant certificate of registration, government office ID, certificate from the National Council for the Welfare of Disabled Persons (NCWDP), Department of Social Welfare and Development certification [as amended by A.M. No. 02-8-13-SC dated February 19, 2008]; or (underscoring supplied)

“(b) the oath or affirmation of one credible witness not privy to the instrument, document or transaction who is personally known to the notary public and who personally knows the individual, or of two credible witnesses neither of whom is privy to the instrument, document or transaction who each personally knows the individual and shows to the notary public documentary identification.”

In this connection, can a bidder be nullified/disqualified due to submission of invalid identification document per sec. 12 such as notarized Community Tax Certificate?
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