Can you physically divide a commonly owned property? Is there still a way to resolve problems concerning partition of property?
The law of conjugal property often comes to mind when estranged couple decides split properties in half. Even inherited properties are open to question and this is where the law of exclusive property becomes applicable.
The deed of donation is broad, but has its own limitations as specified in the New Civil Code of the Philippines. Get to know what these limitations are.
Under the law, property is classified into two: movable and immovable. Get to know the difference between these classifications and how they affect property ownership.
Has someone caused damage to your property? Will the person be criminally liable for the crime of malicious mischief?
Can you still question the rights of the other buyer to the property in case of a double sale? Does the seller have a legal liability for selling the property to two or more buyers?
Have you inherited a land from your parents and named as co-owner of the property? Article 494 states, that “No co-owner shall be obliged to remain in the co-ownership.”