GSIS Consolidated Loan Application Form

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A member who has been in government service for at least 10 years can avail of a Conso-Loan equivalent to 10 months of their monthly salary. The minimum creditable years in service a member has to have to qualify is 20 months, with the Conso-Loan proceeds equivalent to three months of his monthly salary. The gross loan amount shall be a multiple of the basic monthly salary (BMS), depending on the member’s accumulated record of creditable service (RCS), to wit:

RCS
Maximum Loan Amount
Less than 20 months
None
20 months or more
3 BMS
40 months or more
4 BMS
5 years or more
7 BMS
10 years or more
10 BMS

Making life easier for availing members

The GSIS offers you with an “award system” when availing of the Conso-Loan.
The Conso-Loan is a consolidation of five different loan products into one—Salary Loan, Restructured Salary Loan, Enhanced Salary Loan, Emergency Loan Assistance, and Summer One-Month Salary Loan. By availing of the Conso-Loan, you automatically fully settle your obligations from these loans.

You likewise receive an automatic condonation from the outstanding penalties or surcharges incurred from the abovementioned loans.

Thus, the Conso-Loan provides you with the opportunity to restore your status as a member in good standing and lower your monthly amortization, especially if you are experiencing difficulty in paying your loans and have incurred arrears, penalties, and surcharges.

The privilege of having the penalties condoned can be enjoyed only during the first availment of the Conso-Loan.

The Conso-Loan is renewable as long as there are proceeds available. The loan is payable in six years. The loan will be charged a minimal rate of 12% based on diminishing balance.

Who can avail of the Conso-Loan?

  1. Active members with no pending administrative or criminal case are qualified to apply for the loan, provided their agency remitted at least 3 correct monthly premium payments (both personal and government share) within the last 6 months prior to the filing of the application.
  2. Must not be on leave of absence without pay.
  3. Members’ net take-home pay should be sufficient to cover the regular monthly amortization.
  4. Members from suspended agencies are not qualified to avail of the Conso-Loan.
How can members apply for a Conso-Loan?

Members with a GSIS eCard Plus can apply for the Conso-Loan via the GSIS Wireless Automated Processing System or G-W@PS kiosk placed in all GSIS servicing offices and select government agencies. Those still using the old eCard can apply for the loan, over-the-counter, in their servicing GSIS offices.


To apply for a Conso-Loan loan using the kiosk, members need to first place their eCard Plus on the card reader of the kiosk. Then, they need to place any of their pre-selected fingers on the fingerprint biometric scanner of the kiosk. Using the touch screen monitor of the G-W@PS, members must select “Consolidated Loan” from the list of loans available on the loan menu and follow the simple instructions that will be displayed on the screen to complete the transaction.

Petition for Change of Name Due to Marriage (PRC Form)

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THIS FORM IS TO BE ACCOMPLISHED AND SIGNED BY THE PETITIONER HERSELF AND TO BE SUBMITTED IN ONE COPY 

REQUIREMENTS: 

1. Duly accomplished Petition Form that is notarized or under oath. 

2. Certificate of Marriage/Marriage Contract duly issued by the National Statistics Office  (in NSO security paper). 

3. One (1) copy of 1 ½ x 1 ½ picture 

4. Statutory fee of P225.00 

5. Metered documentary stamps 


PROCEDURE: 

1. Fill-up petition form. 

2. Go the Legal Division (2nd Floor, Main Building) for notarization of your petition. 

3. Proceed to the Registration Division, Ground Flr., Main Bldg. for verification of your registered names and for assessment of fees. 

4. Bring the documents to the Records Section, Ground Flr., Annex Bldg. for verification of Examination Records. 

5. Go to the cashier for payment of fees. 

6. Go to the Customer Service, PRC Ground Flr. for the metered documentary stamp. 

7. FOR TEACHERS, GO TO 3RD FLR. ANNEX BUILDING FOR VERIFICATION (REGISTRATION: W-21 OR W-22 & RECORDS: W-9) AND PAYMENT OF  FEES. 

8. Submit duly accomplish Petition Form to the REGULATIONS OFFICE. Petition form  should be accompanied with a Certified True Copy of your Certificate of Marriage in  NSO security paper. Should there be a discrepancy on the entries of the Certificate  of Marriage and the verifications, submit a Certificate of Live Birth in NSO security paper. (Source: www.prc.gov.ph)




Petition for Change of First Name

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Do you wish to change your first name?  Under Republic Act No. 9048 which took effect on 22 April 2001, the city or municipal civil registrar (or the consul general) may correct a clerical or typographical error in an entry, or change the first name or nickname in the civil register without need of a court order. Whereas before the corrections and changes may only be done through a judicial order, the new law only requires the submission of a verified petition in order to effect the changes. Under Section 4, the petition for change of first name or nickname may be allowed in any of the following cases: 

(1) The petitioner finds the first name or nickname to be ridiculous, tainted with dishonor or extremely difficult to write or pronounce. 

(2) The new first name or nickname has been habitually and continuously used by the petitioner and he has been publicly known by that by that first name or nickname in the community: or 

(3) The change will avoid confusion.



Certificate of Finality Sample

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Republic of the Philippines
National Capital Judicial Region
 METROPOLITAN TRIAL COURT
Branch LXII (62)
Makati City


KORIE AQUINO,
                                            Plaintiff,

                    - versus -                                                                           Civil Case No. 111222

IMELDA MARKUS,
                                       Defendant.
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CERTIFICATE OF FINALITY


          I, PIDEL RAMOS, Branch Clerk of this Court, do hereby certify that on 9 November 2012, a Decision was rendered by the Honorable JUAN E. PONCE, the dispositive portion of which reads:

     "WHEREFORE, premises considered, judgment is hereby rendered ordering defendant IMELDA MARKUS to pay plaintiff KORIE AQUINO the amount of P132,316.88 plus 1% interest per month from April 30, 2012 until the whole amount is fully paid and the amount of P15,000.00 as and by way of attorney’s fees; and, to pay the costs.

           SO ORDERED."

         The foregoing has achieved finality on December 11, 2012, there being no motion for reconsideration nor appeal by certiorari made by either parties. 
  
  Issued upon the request of Korie Aquino for legal purpose/s.


  City of Makati.
  10 April 2013




                                                                 PIDEL RAMOS
                                                         Branch Clerk of Court
                                                                                    


Sample Compliance (Proof of Service)

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Republic of the Philippines
National Capital Judicial Region
 METROPOLITAN TRIAL COURT
Branch 67
Makati City


ABC CORPORATION,
                                            Plaintiff,

                    - versus -                                                                           Civil Case No. 111222

RAYMOND CORPUZ MAPA,
                                       Defendant.
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COMPLIANCE


          PLAINTIFF, by counsel, and by way of compliance to this Honorable Court's directive, most respectfully submits the "registry return card" to prove that defendant was served with a copy of the Motion to Declare Defendant in Default by registered mail. 

           Respectfully submitted.
  
Makati City, Philippines. January 11, 2013.

                                                                                          ATTY. VX YZ
                                                                                       Counsel for Plaintiff


          

Sample Joint Motion to Dismiss

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Republic of the Philippines
National Capital Judicial Region
 METROPOLITAN TRIAL COURT
Branch LXII (62)
Makati City


MARIO BROTHER,
                                            Plaintiff,

                    - versus -                                                                           Civil Case No. 111222

HELLO KITTY,
                                       Defendant.
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JOINT MOTION TO DISMISS


          COME NOW, the parties, through their counsels, respectfully moves this Honorable Court to dismiss the above-caption case with prejudice, as they have already settled amicable all claims in dispute and have agreed to forever mutually waive, all claims and counterclaims raised, or which could have been raised, by them against each other in the instant action.

         WHEREFORE, in view of the foregoing, it is respectfully prayed before his Honorable Court, that the instant action, including all claims the parties have against each other, be DISMISSED, with prejudice. 
  
  Makati City, Philippines. August 5, 2013.


  ATTY. ANGHEL LOCSIN                                 ATTY. JOHN CRUZ
       Counsel for Plaintiff                                 Counsel for Defendant
                                                                                    

NOTICE OF HEARING

THE BRANCH CLERK OF COURT
MeTC - Branch 62
Makati City

          Greetings!
      
Please take notice that the undersigned counsel will submit the foregoing Motion to the Honorable Court on August 27, 2013 at 8:30 in the morning for its favorable consideration and approval.


      ATTY. ANGHEL LOCSIN                          ATTY. JOHN CRUZ

                                                                                           
                                                                                     
             

Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth Form

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SALN stands for Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth It is a declaration of assets (i.e., land, vehicles, etc) and liabilities  (i.e., loans, debts, etc), including business and financial interests, of an official/employee, of his or her spouse, and of his or her unmarried children under 18 years old still living in their parents’ households. The submission of a SALN is required by law under Article XI Section 17 of the 1987 Constitution and Section 8 of Republic Act No. 6713, the “Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees.” It includes a waiver authorizing the Ombudsman or his authorized representatives to attain documents that may show assets, liabilities, net worth, business interests, and financial connections from all appropriate government agencies. - http://www.gov.ph/saln/