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Wednesday, 19 MARCH 2014 * 9:00AM to 5:00PM
EDSA SHANGRI-LA HOTEL, MANDALUYONG CITY, PHILIPPINES

This one-day seminar is a definitive guide on how to efficiently utilize ejectment actions and available provisional remedies as effective tools in the speedy recovery of your land & / or building.

The lecture will include special laws of great concern to land owners & developers such as Republic Act No. 6552 (Maceda Law) that governs sales on installment of real property; Presidential Decree No. 1517 (Urban Land Reform Law); Republic Act No. 7279 (Lina Law) & other related laws.

Participants will also learn from an expert practitioner best practices and actual cases on how to implement and manage actual ejectment and demolition of shanties and illegal vendors.


   Limited Seats Only, Pre-Registration Required

   REGISTER NOW
   Avail of Early Bird and
   Group DISCOUNTS


   Contact Person: Anna Andaya
   Manila lines (+632) 556-8968 or 69
   Manila Telefax (+632) 842-7148 or 59
   Cebu lines (+63 32) 512-3106 or 07
    Email: anna@cgbp.org
    Check: http://www.cgbp.org
Lecturers:

Judge Danilo A. Manalastas is the author of "The Law on Ejectment", which is currently the most updated book on the subject. He is also the presiding judge of the Regional Trial Court of Bulacan, Branch 7 and has the expertise to give practical answers and solutions to problems posed by unlawful occupants of real property, whether public or private.

Atty. Ferdinand M. Casis will lecture on "Agricultural Tenancy Issues in Ejectment Proceedings and Cases". He is an expert in agrarian law. He is a law professor at the Ateneo Law School and a lecturer at the Philippine Judicial Academy. He was director of legal service at the Department of Agrarian Reform from 1993 to 1995.


    Who Should Attend:

         • Property Owners & Brokers
         • Land Developers
         • Bankers & Financiers
         • Lawyers & Lessors
         • Building Administrators
         • Law Enforcement Officers
         • Business Consultants
         • Anyone seeking effective
            solutions to illegal tenants &
            dwellers

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   Seminar Investment is P8,980
   inclusive of Meals, Resource Kit, &
   Certificate of Attendance
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Property Owner's Guide to
Ejecting Illegal Dwellers Effectively

Strategies, Legal Procedures, & Solutions

Edsa Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City, Philippines
9:00am to 5:00pm, Wednesday, March 19, 2014


Course Description:

Some subtle factual differences could mean the success or failure of an ejectment suit.

A precise knowledge of the correct legal remedies is essential if any contemplated action for the recovery of illegally detained land or building is to be successful.

This seminar is about protecting your property from unlawful occupants and how to efficiently utilize ejectment actions and the provisional remedies available as effective tools in the speedy recovery of your land or building so as to avoid further damage arising out of prolonged dispossession. The lecture will include some special laws of great concern to land developers such as Republic Act No. 6552 (The Maceda Law) that governs sales on installment of real property, Presidential Decree No. 1517 (The Urban Land Reform Law), Republic Act No. 7279 (The Lina Law) and other related laws.

Participants will also learn best practices and actual cases on how to implement and manage actual ejectment and demolition of shanties and illegal vendors from an expert practitioner.


Outline of the Lecture:

Principal Lecturer: JUDGE DANILO A. MANALASTAS
                                  Regional Trial Court of Bulacan, Branch 7

    I. What are the kinds of actions for the recovery of possession of land or building?

        1) ACCION INTERDICTAL
            a) Forcible Entry
            b) Unlawful Detainer
        2) ACCION PUBLICIANA
        3) ACCION REINVINDICACION

    II. What are the properties that may be subject of ejectment actions

    III. Who may institute an ejectment action? Against whom?

    IV. What are the jurisdictional facts essential to be alleged and established in ejectment actions?

    V. How to take advantage of the summary procedures that govern ejectment actions.

    VI. How to utilize provisional remedies as an effective tool in the speedy recovery of illegally occupied property.

    VII. The immediate execution of judgment in ejectment cases.

    VIII. Problem areas in sales on installment of real property under Republic Act No. 6552 (Maceda Law)

    IX. Presidential Decree No. 1517 (The Urban Land Reform Law)

    X. Republic Act No. 7279 (The Lina Law)

Lecturer II: ATTY. FERDINAND M. CASIS
                    Agrarian Law Professor, Ateneo de Manila University

    1. Definition of Agricultural Tenancy
    2. Requisites of Tenancy
    3. Leasehold Tenancy vs. Civil Law Lease
    4. Dispossession
    5. Extinguishment
    6. Successors
    7. Jurisdiction
    8. Practical Tips and Advice


"Best Practices Operations On The Ground: Ejectment Strategies & Demolition Tactics"

    I. INTRODUCTION

        a. Understanding the nature, characteristics and dynamics of ejectment/demolition operations of illegal
            dwellers.

            (1) The CAA Compound Demolition Operations Experience
            (2) The Laguna Demolition/Relocation Experience
            (3) The Police vs Police Experience
            (4) The Mendiola Massacre Experience

        b. Some "nice to know" relevant operational lessons learned from armed and unarmed conflict situations in
            the ancient world and the modern times.

            (1) Lessons learned from the wars among Chinese dynasties (400 to 320 BC)
            (2) Lessons learned from the Moscow campaign of Napoleon Bonaparte
            (3) Lessons learned from the East Timor Experience
            (4) Lessons learned from the Vietnam & Iraq War Experience
            (5) Lessons learned from Philippine Insurgency
            (6) Lessons learned from the mass actions, strikes & violent street rallies in the Philippines in the late 60's
                 and early 70's.

        c. The Teachings of Sun Tzu on certain principles of war which are applicable in ejectment/demolition
            operations

    II. ULTIMATE STRATEGY : The Total Approach

    III. FORMULATING THE DEMOLITION/RELOCATION OPERATIONS PLAN

          Suggested Operations Plan (SMEAC) format for the Demolition/Relocation Task Force

          1. Situation
          2. Mission
          3. Execution

              (a) Concept of Operation
              (b) Task Organization (Composition of Task Force)

          4. Administration & Logistics
          5. Command & Communication

    IV. PREPARING THE IMPLEMENTING PLAN

          Suggested procedures to be followed by task units/groups / components of the Demolition/Relocation Task
          Force in the preparation of their individual implementing plans (Implans)upon receipt of the Operations Plan
          (Oplan):

          a. Analyze the mission
          b. Restate the mission
          c. Prepare the Implan using the SMEAC format or the following unit/group leading procedures:

              (1) Begin Planning
              (2) Make Arrangements
              (3) Make reconnaissance
              (4) Complete the plan
              (5) Issue Orders
              (6) Supervise

    V. ACTUAL OPERATIONS TECHNIQUES

        a. Before the demolition
        b. During the demolition/relocation
        c. After the demolition/relocation

    VI. POINTERS WHICH MUST BE STRICTLY ADHERRED TO BY OPERATING ELEMENTS OF THE
         DEMOLITION/RELOCATION TASK FORCE

    VII. SOME OPERATIONAL DOs and DON'Ts

    VIII. OPEN FORUM

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SEMINAR FEE PER PERSON: P 8,980 (Fee covers Meals, Resource Kit, Certificate of Attendance)

GET AS MUCH AS 15% DISCOUNT! AVAIL OF ANY OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:

Less 5% for early registrants (on registrations made on or before February 19, 2014)
Less 5% for early payment (if made on or before March 9, 2014)
Less 5% for group registration (minimum of 3 participants)

REGISTER NOW to avail of Early Bird and Group DISCOUNTS
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