Motion to Lift Warrant of Arrest Sample


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
NATIONAL CAPITAL JUDICIAL REGION
Branch 43, Manila


People of the Philippines,

         - versus -
CRIMINAL CASE NO. 02-199883
Dingding Dantes,
                         Accused.
x - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -x

MOTION TO LIFT WARRANT OF ARREST

     ACCUSED, through counsel, respectfully moves for the lifting of the Order for issuance of warrant for his arrest issued on June 24, 2014 (copy of which is hereto attached as Annex "A") on the following grounds:

1. Accused was never served a copy of the complaint filed against him. The records will show that he did not receive it nor was it received by a duly authorized rep. A copy of the sheriff's return is hereto attached as Annex "B";

2. The records will show that the accused was never served any copy of a subpoena or notice of hearing at any stage of the proceedings. All notices appear to have been delivered in a business establishment used to be rented by the accused in the past which had already been closed and unoccupied long before the process was served;

3. Accused was likewise not served a notice of arraignment;

4. Accused was therefore, not given an opportunity to be heard and effectively deprived of his constitutional right to due process.

PRAYER


     WHEREFORE, premises considered, it is respectfully prayed unto this Honorable Court to reconsider its Order of June 24, 2015 and lift the warrant of arrest issued against accused.

      Other just and equitable remedies are likewise prayed for.

      Manila, June 30, 2015.
      Respectfully submitted.


  ATTY. VX YZ
   Counsel for the Accused



NOTICE OF HEARING

THE BRANCH CLERK OF COURT
Regional Trial Court, Branch 43
Manila 


PROSECUTOR MARIEN ROVERA
Office of the City Prosecutor, Manila
         
ATTY. AB CD
Private Prosecutor
2233 Zamora Street, Pasay City

        Greetings!
      
Please take notice that the undersigned counsel will submit the foregoing Motion to the Honorable Court on July 5, 2014 at 8:30 in the morning for its favorable consideration and approval.


                                                                                            VX YZ
                                                                                     
Copy furnished by personal service:

PROSECUTOR MARIEN ROVERA
Office of the City Prosecutor, Manila 
         
ATTY. AB CD
Private Prosecutor
2233 Zamora Street, Pasay City
                                 

Salesperson's Letter of Engagement


SALESPERSON'S LETTER OF ENGAGEMENT / EMPLOYEMENT
Pursuant to Sections 11 and 12 of Presidential Decree No. 957
as implemented by Board Resolution No. 922, Series of 2014



The Regional Officer
____________ Regional Field Office
Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board
RFO Address


This is to certify that _(name of applicant salesperson)  has been ENGAGED / EMPLOYED and is authorized by _name of HLURB registered dealer/broker_ to engage in the practice of real estate service as a salesperson.

Issued this _____ day of _________ 20__, in _____________, __________. 



_______________________
Printed Name and Signature 


_______________________
Designation


_______________________________
Name of Office, Business 


Letter of Withdrawal of Cash Bond Sample


LETTER OF WITHDRAWAL OF CASH BOND
Pursuant to Sections 11 and 12 of Presidential Decree No. 957
as implemented by Board Resolution No. 922, Series of 2014



The Regional Officer
____________ Regional Field Office
Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board
RFO Address


This is to request withdrawal of the cash bond posted by the undersigned/name of registered business firm under Official Receipt No. ______________ dated ____________ in the amount of __________________________ ( Php__________ ). The withdrawal of the cash bond is being requested by reason of:

        [   ] Substitution thereof with the attached surety bond 
               or other acceptable security; or
        [   ] Cessation from the practice of real estate service



________________________________
Printed Name and Signature of Registrant
or Authorized Representative of Business Firm


_______________________
Designation


_______________________________
_______________________________
Name and Address of Business Firm


__________________________
HLURB Registration Number


Driver's License Application Form

A driver’s license is an official document authorizing an individual to drive a motorized vehicle in the Philippines. The Land Transportation Office issues three types of driver’s licenses: student permit, non-professional driver’s license, and professional driver’s license.




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Motion for Reconsideration to Set Aside Order of Default and to Admit Answer


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
METROPOLITAN TRIAL COURT
NATIONAL CAPITAL JUDICIAL REGION
Branch 61, Makati

ABCD BANK,

         - versus -
CIVIL CASE NO. 199883
ELIZA SOBERANO,
                       Defendant.
x - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -x

MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION
(to Set Aside Order of Default and 

to Admit Attached Answer)

     DEFENDANT, assisted by the Public Attorney's Office through the undersigned counsel, most respectfully states that:

1. Defendant was declared to be in default on April 11, 2014 when she failed to file her answer within the reglementary period. Herein attached as Annex "1" is the said Order. 

2. Defendant begs for a reconsideration of the said Order for the reason that she did not receive a copy of the complaint nor any summons from this Honorable Court regarding the above cited case. She only received on April 23, 2014 a copy of the Order dated April 11, 2014, already declaring her in default. She immediately sought assistance from the Public Attorney's Office to avail of any remedies.

3. In the interest of substantial justice and for the reason earlier stated, defendant begs the compassion of this Honorable Court to admit her attached Answer. Delay in the proceedings of this case was never intended. 

PRAYER


     WHEREFORE, premises considered, it is respectfully prayed of this Honorable Court to set aside the Order of default and to admit the attached Answer.

      Other just and equitable remedies are likewise prayed for.

      Makati, April 30, 2015.
      Respectfully submitted.



PUBLIC ATTORNEY'S OFFICE - Makati District Office
16th Floor Makati City Hall Building, 

Makati City

By:


ATTY.  ENRICO GIL
Roll No. 12345, IBP No. 123456; 01.07.14;QC
MCLE Compliance No. IV 111445522; 03.28.12


NOTICE OF HEARING


Clerk of Court
METC Branch 61, Makati City 


Atty. Katheryn Bernardo
Counsel for Plaintiff
1234 Teresa Street, Makati City


Greetings:

     Please submit the foregoing for the consideration and approval of this Honorable Court at the soonest possible time or on May 17, 2015 at 8:30 in the morning.



(Sgd.) ATTY.  ENRICO GIL


Sample Motion for Release on Recognizance


REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
NATIONAL CAPITAL JUDICIAL REGION
Branch 43, Manila

HONORABLE JUDGE MANUELA LORENZO

People of the Philippines,

         - versus -
CRIMINAL CASE NO. 02-199883
Name of Child, Age,
                            Child.
x - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -x

MOTION FOR RELEASE ON RECOGNIZANCE
With Entry of Special Appearance

     THE above-named child, through counsel, who hereby respectfully enters a special appearance solely for the purpose of securing his provisional liberty, unto this Honorable Court, invoking his special entitlement as a child under Philippine and international law, respectfully moves for his release on recognizance, on the ground that, to wit:

1. The child hereby respectfully applies for release on recognizance pursuant to the Rule on Juveniles in Conflict with the Law [Administrative Memorandum No. 02-1-18-SC], issued by the Honorable Supreme Court, providing for the following, thus, to wit: 

"Section 16. - When Bail A Matter of Right. - xxx However, where the juvenile does not pose a threat to public safety, the Family Court may, motu proprio or upon motion and recommendation of the DSWD, release the juvenile on recognizance to the custody of his parents or other responsible person."

2. This motion is also in line with Article 191 of Presidential Decree 603, otherwise known as the Child and Youth Welfare Code, as amended, and Section 8 of the Rules and Regulations on the Apprehension, Investigation, Prosecution and Rehabilitation of Youth Offenders, mandating law enforcers to divert and turn over children at the point of arrest to the custody of social workers and/or responsible members of the community, and Section 8 of Republic Act 8369 or the Family Courts Act of 1997, providing children with alternatives to imprisonment such as community continuum, counseling, conflict resolution seminars, essay writing, apology, community service, etc.;

3. The said child failed to post the required bail bond;

4. MRS. Name of Mother and/or other proposed custodian, mother of the said child, residing at ____________________________________, Manila, is willing to take the said child into her own custody pending the trial of this case;

5. The said parent hereby undertakes to guarantee the child’s appearance whenever so required before this Honorable Court, pursuant to the herewith attached Affidavit of Undertaking executed by her and marked as Annex A;

6. The pertinent provisions of the Family Courts Act of 1997 (Republic Act 8369), together with its progenitor, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and other international instruments, accord special protection to children accused of violating the law;

7. The United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice (Beijing Rules), specifically Article 13.1 thereof, provides:

"13. Detention Pending Trial.
13.1. Detention pending trial shall be used only as a measure of last resort and for the shortest possible period."

8. By virtue of the Beijing Rules and in the advent of the Family Courts Act of 1997, detention should be undertaken by the state only as a measure of last resort and only for the shortest possible period;

9. Both international human rights law and Philippine laws mandate the state to observe the best interest of the child principle (UN Convention on the Rights of the Child) as well as the principle of diversion enshrined under Section 8 of the Family Courts Act of 1997 (RA 8369) and under Sections 4 (f-g) and Sections 20-24 of the Rule on Juveniles in Conflict with the Law as well as Article 11, Section 11.1 to 11.4 of the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice (Beijing Rules) in order to avoid the contact of children and youth with the criminal justice system which criminological findings show merely traumatize, criminalize, and alienate them from society.


PRAYER


     WHEREFORE, premises considered, it is respectfully prayed unto this Honorable Court that the above-named child be released on recognizance pending the trial of the instant case.

      Other just and equitable remedies are likewise prayed for.

      Manila, October 28, 2006.
      Respectfully submitted.



(Sgd.) Perfecto Caparas
Counsel for Child Movant
Coalition to Stop Child Detention Through Restorative Justice
Attorneys Roll No. 39200
IBP Lifetime Membership Roll No. 00277/IBP Manila III Chapter


NOTICE OF HEARING


THE ASSISTANT CITY PROSECUTOR

OFFICE OF THE PROSECUTOR

City Hall, Arroceros, Manila

Greetings:

     Please take notice that the undersigned shall submit the foregoing for the consideration and approval of the Honorable Court immediately on ________________, 2006, at 8:30 a.m., or as soon thereafter as the Honorable City Prosecutor may properly be heard thereon.



(Sgd.) Perfecto Caparas



Sample Affidavit of Undertaking - Recognizance



REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES)
CITY OF MANILA ) S.S.

AFFIDAVIT OF UNDERTAKING


I, Name of mother and/or other proposed custodian of the child, of legal age, married, with residence and postal address at ____________________________, Manila, after being duly sworn to in accordance with law, hereby depose and say:

1. I am the mother/father of Name of child, 15 years old, who is charged with Viol. of PD 1619 before the City of Manila, Regional Trial Court (Br. 43);

2. The above named child is under my custody and care at the time of his arrest allegedly for the said offense;

3. I am ready and willing to assume and fulfill my duty and responsibility to supervise and guide the said child during his release on recognizance pursuant to the provisions of the Child and Youth Welfare Code and the Family Courts Act of 1997;

4. I am likewise solemnly promising and undertaking before this Honorable Court to produce and present the said child before this Honorable Court whenever required to do so during the pendency of the above-cited case in order to answer for the said charge.

WHEREFORE, in order to attest to the truth of the foregoing, I am hereby affixing my signature to this Affidavit of Undertaking this ______ day of October, 2006 in Manila.

(Sgd.) Name of mother and/or proposed custodian
Affiant


       PERSONALLY CAME and appeared before me, Name of mother/proposed custodian, exhibiting to me her Community Tax Certificate No. _______________________, issued on date of issuance of CTC, 2006, in Manila, Philippines, known to me to be the same person who executed the foregoing undertaking, and acknowledged that the same is her free act and voluntary deed, this 28th day of October, 2006, in the City of Manila.

WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL.

(Sgd.) Notary Public


Doc. No. ________;
Page No. ________;
Book No. _______;
Series of 2006