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FRIDAY, 13 MARCH 2015 * 9:00AM to 5:00PM
EDSA SHANGRI-LA HOTEL, MANDALUYONG CITY, PHILIPPINES



A substantial number of collection cases filed in the office of the prosecutor or court using BP 22 and/ or ESTAFA are dismissed due to legal technicalities. You should never be a VICTIM of bouncing checks again if you know the right way to prevent it, prosecute offenders, and collect debts effectively.

In this one-day comprehensive seminar, our experts will teach you all the relevant regulations governing bouncing checks, how to file a court case properly against the offenders, surefire ways to secure criminal conviction, as well as how to enforce court decisions and recover your money with the right out-of-the-box collection strategies. Attend this special course and learn how to fight back against non-paying and abusive debtors!




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Lecturer 1: Judge Marlo B. Campanilla He authored six criminal law books and is presently the presiding judge of Metropolitan Trial Court, Branch 83 in Caloocan City. He is a bar review lecturer in in six law centers including the University of the Philippines. He conducts Mandatory Continuing Legal Education for 4 MCLE providers and is also a law professor in 2 universities.


Lecturer 2: Atty. Pearlito B. Campanilla, DEM He is a practicing lawyer with a track record of successfully handling collection cases. He is presently the chairman of the legal department of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. He also specializes in cases involving civil, criminal and labor law. He was formerly the chief of the legal department of the Board of Investments. His topic in this seminar will cover creative ways in effectively collecting from abusive debtors.
Who Should Attend:

      • Business Owners
      • Entrepreneurs
      • Management
      • Treasurers/CFOs
      • Lawyers
      • Law Students
      • Business Consultants

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   Seminar Investment is P8,980
   inclusive of Meals, Resource Kit, &
   Certificate of Attendance
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HOW TO PREVENT, PROSECUTE AND COLLECT BOUNCING CHECKS
Best Practices Guide on the Use of BP 22,
Estafa and Other Effective Collection Methods

Edsa Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City, Philippines
9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Friday, March 13, 2015

Course Outline


THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT A CHECK AS INSTRUMENT OF PAYMENT AND HOW IT IMPACTS ON YOUR COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS

I. DIFFERENT KINDS OF CHECK
      1. Restricted or cross check
      2. NOW (Negotiable Order of Withdrawal) instrument
      3. Foreign account check
      4. Postdated check
      5. Memorandum check
      6. Check, not intended for deposit
      7. Guarantee check
      8. Manager's Check
      9. Cashier's Check
      10. Traveller's Check
      11. Money Orders - Postal & Bank
      12. Personal or Business
      13. Fake Check

II. HOW TO MAKE SURE THAT THE CHECK IS GOOD: RELIABLE OR UNRELIABLE

III. MAKING, DRAWING AND ISSUANCE OF CHECK
      1. Drawing and issuance
      2. Making and issuance
      3. Issuance
            a. First delivery (actual or constructive)
            b. Complete in form
            c. Holder - payee, indorsee, bearer (payable to cash or bearer)
            d. What payee must know about 1st, 2nd and succeeding endorsement of check/s
            e. Presumed issuance

IV. TO APPLY ON ACCOUNT OR FOR VALUE
      1. On account - check covers pre-existing obligation
      2. For value - check involves obligation incurred simultaneously with the issuance of the check
      3. Presumed consideration
      4. Illegal consideration
      5. Accessory contract
      6. Magno case (Utilitarian theory)

V. NATURE OF THE CRIME UNDER BP BLG. 22
      1. Mala in se and mala prohibita
      2. Differences between estafa and crime under BP Blg. 22
      3. Purpose of the criminalization
      4. Utilitarian or protective principle
      5. Voluntariness and knowledge as elements of a crime


HOW TO SUCCESFULLY PROSECUTE OR DEFEND CASES INVOLVING BP 22

I. FIRST OFFENSE UNDER FIRST PARAGRAPH OF SECTION 1
      FIRST ELEMENT
            1. Making, drawing or issuing check
            2. Apply on account or for value
      SECOND ELEMENT
            1. Insufficiency of the funds or credit at the time of issuance
            2. Knowledge of such insufficiency
            Disputable presumption
                  Presentment within 90 days
                  Expiration of grace period from notice of dishonor
            Complete defense and incomplete defense
            Actual knowledge
            Rebutting the presumption
      THIRD ELEMENT
            1. Presentment for payment
                  Presumed presentment
      2      . Dishonor due to insufficiency of funds or credit
                  a. Presumed dishonor
                  b. Closed Account
                        Exercise of right
                  c. DAUD - drawn against uncollected deposit
                  d. Non-presentation of bank representative
                  e. Other reasons for dishonor

II. SECOND OFFENSE UNDER FIRST PARAGRAPH OF SECTION 1
      FIRST ELEMENT
            1. Makes, draws or issues check
            2. Apply on account or for value
      SECOND ELEMENT
            1. Insufficiency of the funds or credit at the time of issuance
            2. Knowledge of such insufficiency
      THIRD ELEMENT
            Dishonor due to stop payment order
      FOURTH ELEMENT
            Insufficiency of funds or credit
      FIFTH ELEMENT
            Without valid reason

III. OFFENSE UNDER THE SECOND PARAGRAPH OF SECTION 1
      FIRST ELEMENT
            1. Makes, draws or issues check
            2. Apply on account or for value
      SECOND ELEMENT
            1. Sufficiency of the funds or credit at the time of issuance
            2. Failure to maintain the sufficiency of funds for 90 days
      THIRD ELEMENT
            Dishonor due to failure to maintain such sufficiency of funds
                  DAIF/Close account
                  Difference between the crime under 1st and 2nd paragraph
                  Improperly charging the accused under the 1st paragraph

IV. COMPLAINANT AND ACCUSED
            1. Director of the corporation
            2. Liability of corporate officer
            3. Conspiracy and endorser
            4. Borrower

V. OTHER MATTERS INVOLVING BP BLG. 22
            1. Prescription of crime
            2. Venue of criminal action
            3. Intervention of offended party
            4. Civil liability
            5. Penalty


SUREFIRE WAYS TO SECURE CONVICTION FOR BOUNCING CHECKS VS. HOW TO AVERT CRIMINAL ACTION

I. RULE ON NOTICE OF DISHONOR AS A SOURCE OF CONVICTION OR ACQUITTAL
      1. Complete defense
            a. Prevention of application of presumption
            b. Deprivation of right to avert prosecution - violation of his right to due process
                  Notice of dishonor, not an element of the crime

II. HOW TO INSURE COMPLIANCE WITH THE RULE ON NOTICE OF DISHONOR
      1. Sending notice after dishonor of the check
      2. Convey information of dishonor of the check
            Notice of dishonor, not demand letter
            Failure to describe the check in the notice of dishonor
            Misdescription of check in the notice of dishonor
            Demand to pay within 3 days will not invalidate the notice of dishonor
      3. Written notice of dishonor
            Estafa
            BP Blg. 22
            Knowledge of fact of dishonor of check, not enough
      4. Receipt of notice of dishonor
            a. Authentication of registry receipt and registry return receipt (return card)
                  Signatures in the check and return card or Postman
                  Proof of sending and receipt
                  Delivery to the addressee or agent upon written order
            b. Refusal to receive notice
            c. Certification: Returned to sender
            d. Reply to demand letter - "tacit admission"
            e. Acknowledgment
            f. Judicial admission
            g. Telegraphic notice of dishonor
            h. Unknown address of the offender
            i. Notice to the corporation, not notice to employee
            j. Proof of date of receipt
            k. TIPS ON HOW TO SERVE NOTICE OF DISHONOR TO DRAWER

III. MODES OF SETTLING OBLIGATION COVERED BY A DISHONORED CHECK

      1. Payment
            a. Application of payment
            b. Tender of payment and consignation
            c. Petition for suspension of payment
            d. Face value vs. the amount due on the check
            e. Full payment within the grace period
                  Effect if the check is in the possession of complainant or accused
                  Payment beyond the grace period
      2. Arrangement for payment
            a. Depositing money in the checking account
            b. Novation
            Compromise agreement
                  Unfulfilled promise
                  Subrogation
                  Replacement check
                        Good replacement check - Arrangement for payment
                        Dishonored replacement check
            Desistance


THER WAYS TO EFFECTIVELY COLLECT DEBT INVOLVING BOUNCING CHECK

I. HOW CAN A BUM CHECK BE A SOURCE OF CRIMINAL CASE OF ESTAFA IN ADDITION TO BP BLG. 22
      1. Elements
            Damage
            Fraud
                  Notice of dishonor
                  Memorandum check
                  Guarantee check
                  Check in payment of pre-existing obligation
                  Postdated check
      2. Penalty

II. EXECUTION OF DECISIONS
      1. Attachment, Levy and Garnishment
      2. How to deal with sheriffs

III. TURNING PAPER INTO MONEY: Street-smart Collection Strategies and Other Out-Of-the-Box Solutions


VALUABLE TIPS IN CRAFTING CONTRACTS IN BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS INVOLVING CHECK

      1. Trusted employee, who will transact business with the drawer
      2. Name of the signatories to the check
      3. Ensure that the signature of the drawer is authentic
      4. Completion of the details of the check
      5. Representation that that the check is funded at the time of delivery (or will be funded at the time of maturity) and the
          checking account involving the check is not yet closed
      6. Representation that the signatories are aware of the transaction involving the check
      7. Commitment that drawer will not order stop payment and representation that there no valid reason to make such order of
          stop payment
      8. In case of guarantee check, require the borrower to endorse the check and to make a commitment that he will fund the
          check
      9. Address of the drawer at which the notice shall be served
      10. Persons, who are authorized to receive notice of dishonour of check
      11. Statement that the goods were delivered or money was handed to the drawer after or simultaneous with the issuance of
          the check
      12. Date of receipt of goods and money and issuance of checks
      13. Place of issuance or delivery of the check


VALUABLE INSIGHTS AND LESSONS IN ACCEPTING PROMISSORY NOTES


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