Writ of Execution on CA.GR.SP. 70014, Petitioner And Intervenors

Table of Contents

Sovereign Writ Of Execution Of


WRIT OF EXECUTION, DEMOLITION and POSSESSION ORDER “IN REM”

For resolution is the urgent Motion for the issuance of WRIT OF EXECUTION, POSSESSION AND DEMOLITION ROYAL ORDER, issued by the Highest Tribunal Supreme Court, a quasi-judicial “IN REM” of the Affiant/Owner of the Kingdom Filipina Hacienda, to enforce the herein true owner, the

heir/ predecessor in interest, of a Fee Simple Title, ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE TITLE 01-04 S, of the “Treaty of Paris”, Entered pursuant to Decree of 01-4, protocol by virtue of the Supreme Order of the Royal Crown of England, and in accordance with the order of the Royal Audiencia de Manila, under date of 17th day of January 1764, issued at the Province of Manila, Philippine Islands, in a case No. 571 of said Court.

The ENFORCEMENT of the herein Private Owner of the O.C.T. 01-04-S, is my Constitutional Rights described in the Section 1 and 2 of the Philippine Constitution of 1935, I.P.RA. 8371, of the Native Title, and the TORRENS SYSTEM, administered under the L.R.A. Act 496 since 1903 ended 2004, now is demandable and over due even without prior notice as described in the compromise and in the Article IX of the Treaty of Paris on the Cessation of United States of America, which are now the subject matter of said Motion in order to exercise the true essence of justice, even after the long years of extention from the Republic of Philippines for governance for 25 years 2004, now of another six (6) years over due and finally be terminated on the terms of the Republic of the Philippines and United States of America, the Souvereign Administrator of the Land “In Rem”, to dominate.

The Motion, that necessitate to take the most imperative lawful right over their estate that SHE had gained by the Royal virtue of the Supreme Order under the said Treaty, became the ROYAL DECREE 01-04, of the Torrens System, under the Register of Deed of the LRA Act 496, since 1903-2004, which ownership can not be appealed nor be appended and not even the Government of the Republic per se, ab initio.

The true owner of the said O.C.T. 01-04-S’s true identity is described in the Compromise Decision page 329 No. 30, in certified copy, that is so, that,” The only authorized executor over the Deed of Absolute estate, is the lawful successor in interest of the heir, whose quality to suite the requirements set forth by his predecessor, whose mental education and uptitude fits to to govern the estate who is born under the sign of scorpio or saguitarius, who has a Royal name with a Royal character of untainted chastity being a genuine maiden lady, who earned by the Order of this Court the similar Title of a Princess to serve as with the noble title with true love and worthy service for the Prince or any of his children provided their lawful ages must be no less than 24 years of age. “

More so importantly, that the redeemer of the said private property rights is all covered under the Secret Code, in the Blue Book of Redemption of the Treaty of Paris, with an under oath and Affidavit’s Personal Identity of the true owner. Especially, the said Royal Order Decree 01-04-S could not be rescontituted since the Compromise is already Final and Executory “ ab initio”, since 1902 and is barred to be appealed and to be reconstitution the legality of the Decree.

Since, the Affiant and Owner, had declared Self Declare the Governance, under I.P.R.A. 8371, Section 12, for the Tribe of the Maharlikhan, and for the New Filipinos, as the new sovereign territory for a new transistion Government, adopting the I.P.R.A 8371, 1935 CONSTITUTION, and UNITED NATION DECLARATION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHT, declared last March 23, 2008, as a NEW NATION, for the Kingdom of the Righteous, Noble descent of the chosen of the Land of Promise, Mindanao, by the Almighty Father, the ECLLESIATICAL OWNER, THE CREATOR OF THE HEAVEN AND OF THE EARTH, as the Almighty’s Mandated Order, for ME to Lead and for the people to follow. And this is the HIGHEST MANDATE AND ORDER of the WHOLE LAND, to establish a new SOVEREIGN NATION.

In summary hereof, from the beginning of this chronicles of the Treaties, Royal Decrees, Royal Orders, Writs, Clarification and up to this present, I would clearly, say, that what ever is happening in between does not matter at this given time, since this is an urgent call for peace and unity, is to continue business as usual, and let Autocratic Monarchy Reign in the name of God be promulgated His Divine Laws of the Sovereignty be in Order for a new Transition Government.

WHEREFORE, in view of the afforegoing and perusal to the Motion of the TRUE OWNER, The Kingdom of Filipina Hacienda, in the issuance of Writ of Execution, Possession and Demolition over the land that covers the entire Land Title of OCT 01-04-S and its derevatives of the whole archipelago, to neutralize the disenfranchised, curropted, chain of fraudulent conspiracy and the orchestrated plans to disintegrate the disputed island of the entirety, described by the technical and geographical description of the Philippines, thru and by prescription and signed by the Governor General enumerated on the encumbrances and annotations of the title to wit:

OPIΓIHAΛ XEPTIΦIXATE OΦ TITΛE No. T-01-04, of ROYAL CROWN OF ENGLAND, GENERAL LAND FORM 01 3-1764. This is an English Translation Initiated by the Office of the Solicitor General by virtue of Court under LRC/Civil Case No. 3957-P. in the OFFICE OF THE ESCRIBANIA DE CABILDO, HACIENDA OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLAND, Province of MANILA.

Entered pursuant to Decree of 01-4, protocol by virtue of the Supreme Order of

the Royal Crown of England, and in accordance with the order of the Royal Audiencia de Manila, under date of 17th day of January 1764, issued at the Province of Manila, Philippine Islands, in a case No. 571 of said Court.

ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF ENGLAND

Philippine Islands

Office of the Royal Audiencia

!.) Case No. 572 of the Royal Audiencia, having been duly and regularly heard in accordance with the Provision of the Land Laws as adopted order Torrens System, it is hereby decreed that Prince Lacan Acuña (formerly Tagean Clan), married with Princess Rowena Ma. Elizabeth Overbeck Macleod of Austria, the owner in Fee simple of certain lands, known as HACIENDA FILIPINA, embracing four (4) major Islands, bounded and described as follows;

2.) A parcel of lands (HACIENDA FILIPINA) situated and embracing the Islands of Luzon, Islands of Palawan Peninsula, Islands of Visayas and Islands of Mindanao, consisting around 7,169 Island and Isletswith a total territorial area of 1,049,212,962 square nautical miles, scaling on the Western rim of Pacific Ocean, North of Equator and about 700 kilometers from the Asian Mainland, it is dispersed over a distance of 1,965 kilometers from North to South and 865 kilometers from East to West, bounded on the East by the Pacific Ocean, on the West by the South China Sea, on the North by the Boshi Channel and on the South by the Celebes Sea and the Southern Borneo, consisting 169,972,500 hectares of the plains, mountains, forest and seas, more or less, it embraced four (4) major Islands described as follows;

2.a) I. Islands of Luzon embracing the area of Luzon Region, Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga, Mountain Province, Ilocos Sur, La Union, Pangasinan, Batanes, Cagayan, Isabela, Nueva Viscaya, Cabarroquiz, Province of Manila, Bulacan, Zambales,Pampanga, Tarlac, Morong, Lake Province, Bumbon Province, Kawit Province,MarinduqueProvince, Mindoro, Karilaya, containing an area of 31,804,624 hectares, more or less;

2.b)` II. Islands of Palawan, Peninsula Region, embracing the area of Albay, Camarines (Ambos Camarino Sur con Norte),Masbate, Sorsogon, Palawan and Spratley Islands, containing an area of 3,652,875 hectares, more or less;

2.c) III. Island of Visayas Peninsula embracing the area of Iloilo, Aklan, Romblon, Antique, Capiz del Romblon, Guimaras del Iloilo, Negros Occidental de Buglas, Negrosdel Oriental, Siquijor deBohol, Cebu, Leyte, Biliran de Leyte, Leyte del Sur, Leyte del Norte, Cibabao del Samar, Cibabao Este, Cibabao Norte, containing an area of 45,996,215 hectares more or less;

2.d) IV. Island of Mindanao embracing the area of Basilan, Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur, Bukidnon de Misamis, Camiguin de Asis, MisamisOccidental, Misamis Oriental, Sultan Kudarat (uno), Sultan Kudarat (dos), Mindanao Sur (uno), Mindanao Sur (dos), Mindanao Sur (tres), Mindanao Sur(cuatro), Davao del Norte (uno), Davao del Norte (dos), Mindanao Sur (este), Cotabato Sur (uno), Cotabato Sur (dos), Sarangani, Cotabato del Norte, Cotabato del Lanao, Lanao (uno), Butuan (uno), Butuan Sur, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur (uno), Surigao del Sur (dos), Cotabato (tres), Sulu (uno), Tawi-Tawi, turtle Islands, and Islands of Sabah, containing an area of 88,518.786 hectares, more or less; Therefore, it is ordered by His Highness, The King of England with concurrent order by the Office of Royal Audiencia that the said four (4) Islands be registered in accordance with the promulgating Law and implementing policies of the Office of the Escribania de Cabildo in the name of the said Prince Lacan Acuña Tallano (formerly Tagean) married to Princess Rowena Ma. Elizabeth Overbeck of Austria, subject, however, to such of the requirements and encumbrances prescribed by Escribania de Cabildo and the Laws of the Council of the Indies as may be subsisting to Witness, His Highness King George III of the Royal Crown of England, the seventeenth day of January, Seventeen Hundred and Sixty Four. Issued at the Province of Manila, P.I. the 17th day of January A.D. 1764 at 10:45 in the morning. Attest: GOVERNOR GENERAL DOWNSSONE DRAKE, British Governor, P.I.

Received for transcription at the office of the Escribania de Cabildo for the above mentioned Province, this 17th day of January, Seventeen Hundred and Sixty four at 2:25 in the afternoon.

XEPTIΦIXATIΦN

GOVERNOR JOSE RAON

Office of the ESCRIBANIA DE CABILDO

PROPRIETARY GOVERNOR

This Certified True Copy has been issued upon the strength of Subpoena Duces Tecum issued by the Court of First Instance, Branch 28, Pasay City, in compliance to the motion of the Office of the Solicitor General and the NBI, who are conducting the investigation over the authenticity of OCT No. T-01-4, TCT No. T-408 and TCT No. T-498, under CLRO 475, PSU 22031,

Decree No. 297 issued on October 3, 1904 and Cad. Case Rec. 4720, II-69 has been terminated on March 14, 1914 in favor of the owner which are reflected under LRC/Civil Case No. 997-G (RE: Don Esteban Benitez Tallano vs. Republic of the Philippines Bureau of Forestry, Bureau of Lands, Land Registration Commission, Manila Railroad Company, University of the Philippines, the Food and Drug Administration, People Housing Home Corporation, Fort William McKinley by represented by Hon. Solicitor General Felix Makasiar, Ayala Corporation, Severo and Mariano Tuazon, et. al., Agapito Bonson, et. al., Pedro Roxas, et. al., Hacienda de Maricaban, et. al., Fortunato and Pentanilla Santiago, Ricardo Santiago, Blas Fajardo, Patricia Tiongson, the Ortigas and Company, for Reconveyance, Quieting of Title and Judicial Reconstitution of ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE TITLE (O.C.T.) No. T-01-4.

This OCT No. T-01-4 is existing and found authentic and was registered in accordance with LRA 496 of 1902, which caused the issuance of Decree 297 under CLRO 475 on October 3, 1904, after two (2) years court battle in the Sala of the Court Land Registration in favor of Raja Lacan Tagean Tallano, married to Princess Rowena Ma. Elizabeth OverbeckMacleod of Austria and to their son Prince Julian Macleod Tallano, married to Princess Aminah Kiram of Sultanate of Sulu. The said land embracing the whole archipelago with an islands of 7,169 including Turtle Island, Spratley Islands, and Sabah (North Borneo) has been placed for second court proceeding in compliance to Cadastral Act 2259 of 1913, but the same found said land is eligibly and lawfully registered under the laws that caused the Cadastral Court to order the Bureau of Land for the resurvey of the subject Hacienda Filipina (archipelago) and had an assigned Plan II-69, PSU-2031 under Cadastral No. 4720 in favor of the land owner after long Court Battle which ended on March 14, 1914, and the same land is found in accordance with Article 4 and Article 5 of Royal Decree of June 1880, and is exempted under Royal Decree of July 15, 1881 and October 6, 1881. Furthermore, the said documents are almost beyond readability as it was ruined by war, cannot be used as exhibit in the Court except its Certified True Copies which could form part of the evidence of the Republic of the Philippines. The document was turned over by the Register of Deeds to the Register of Deeds of the City of Manila on the year 1960 where the said document was originated on the question of jurisdiction. Issued this 4th day of March 1965 in this Office of the Register of Deeds of the Province of Rizal in Pasig.

XEPTIΦIXATIΦN

(Sgd) JOSE D. SANTOS

Register of Deeds of the

Province of Rizal in Pasig

This is to certify that LRC/Civil Case No. 997 of CFI Branch 28, Pasay City has been incorporated to LRC/Civil Case No. 3957-P for the benefits of the party in interest during attendance of Hearing since the issue of the two civil Cases have the same subject matters.

(SGD) ATTY. JOSE E. ORTIZ, JR.

MEMORANDUM OF THE ENCUMBRANCES AFFECTING THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THIS CERTIFICATE

1.) ENTRY NO. KIND EXECUTED IN FAVOR OF CONDITIONS DATE OF INSTRUMENT/ INSCRIPTION DATE OF CANCELLATION EDC Deed of Forcible The whole Maharlika 12-7-1565/ Partially cancelled 001-S 1565 Occupation by Miguel Islands Drafted Doc. Andres Urdaneta 12-12-1565 by the Royal Order of the King of Spain de Legaspi , In favor of King Renamed to Luisong Tagean as King Philip symbol of friendship II of Spain on January 5, 1566, (Sgd) GOV. GEN. MIGUEL LOPEZ DE LEGAZPI

2.) EDC Deed of Roman Irrevocable donation 12-7-1565/002-S Donation Catholic when maintain its purpose 12-12-1565 1578 by Lacan Church with Papal Bull of Dec. 10, Tagean over construction of Manila 1578 issued by Pope Gregory III appealing to the Tagean 3,000 sq. mtr. Cathedral (Tallano) Clan to provide Lot to the proposed Cathedral in Binondo. SGD: GOV. GEN. FRANCISCO DE SANDE ANNOTATION ENTRY NO. DESCRIPTION EDC 011 S-1595;

3.) Governor General Luis Perez Dasmarinas issued in order to set aside the P1,000.00 from Royal Treasury, toward the construction of College-Seminaryof San Jose in Biñan, Laguna, after the Governor-General had successfully acquired Conditional Donation of

10 hectares from King Luisong Tageanon August 10, 1595. Date of Inscription: August 15, 1595 SGD: LUIS PEREZ DASMARINAS;

4.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC 004 S- 1608 King Philip II, in respecting Christianism and Humanitarian Policy of the Royal Decree stopping the abuses of the Spanish Authorities in Islands of Hacienda Filipina, and ordering to revert land ownership to the heir of King Luisong Tagean and officially objected the unjust levies to the inhabitants. Date of Inscription: Oct. 25, 1608 SGD: RODRIGO DE VIVERO;

5.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC 014 -1720 I support with the installation of cornerstone for the Sta. Ana Church in Manila, Francisco dela Cuesta, Archbishop of Manila, acquired one (1) hectare from King Luisong Tagean (Tallano) in the form of donation, allowing the construction of Sta. Ana Church in the subject Lot. Date of Inscription: Sept. 12, 1720. SGD: FRANCISCO DELA CUESTA;

6.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC 003 S-10-25 1762. The Spanish Government Official and residents of Philippine Islands are compelled to take the oath of Allegiance to King George III of the Royal Government of England with order from the King the absolute cancellation of O.C.T. 01-4 in the name of King Philip II of Spain, the same land title should be issued a new to and in the name of Prince Lacan Acuna Tallano (Tagean). Date of Inscription: Oct. 25, 1762. SGD: SIMON DE ANDA Y SALAZAR;

7.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain BRA 022 -1762 British Royal Squadron led by British Governor Dawnsone Drake, thru this Land Title, they registered their strong words and proclamation over the repossession of the Isla Pilipinas (HACIENDA FILIPINAS) Thru the Royal Order of their King in this O.C.T. No. 01-4 reverted the subject land, the real owner, Prince Lacan Acuna Tallano (Tagean), the cousin of the British Lord Alfred Dent. The stronger force of the British Squadron supported by heavy Artilleries demand for the immediate surrender of the Spanish Government in as much as they occupied the Church of Malate Ermita, San Juan deBagumbayan, Santiago and the strategic Spanish Military Camp. Date of Inscription: Sept. 23 or 25, 1762. (Sgd) ARCHBISHOP MANUEL ROJO DE RIO

8.) Governor General Royal of the Crown of Spain EDC 029 S-10-6 1762 Registered on this Land title OCT No. 01-4 thefalls of Manila, Cavite, Laguna, and Province of Morong to the British forces that caused the Spanish government indemnified the troops for P4,000,000,00, the same year the subject land and its ownership, by the order of the Royal King of England, had reverted to Prince Lacan AcuñaTagean Tallano, the cousin of British Lord, AlfredDent. Date of Inscription: October 6, 1762. (Sgd) SIMON DE ANDA Y SALAZAR;

9.) Governor General RAM-031 ED 000-S 1565 war cancelled by this entry 10-25-1764 British Royal Crown ordered the cancellation of Title OCT 01-4 in the name of King Philip II and ordered registered a new OCT to the original land owner’s heir, Prince Lacan Acuña Tallano, in lieu of previous one, on January 7, 1764, and implement the order of

Justice of Real Audiencia de Manila, Simon de Anda affirmed the land (HACIENDA FILIPINA) ownership in favor of the heir of King Luisong Tagean, Prince Lacan Acuña Tagean (Tallano), who won the cash embodied in R.A.M. 571 on January 22, 1761 in accord with the Peace Treaty between the Royal Crown of England and Spanish Government on October 2, 1764, as implemented by British Governor to the Philippines, Downssone Drake. Date of Inscription: January 7, 1764. (Sgd) GOVERNOR JOSE RAON- Proprietary Governor RAM 006 S-1784;

10.) Upon recognition of the Roman Catholic Church Hierarchy in the Philippine Islands over the lawful rights of King Luisong Tagean Tallano and his heir over HACIENDA FILIPINA, Bishop Salazar sent a message to the King of Spain containing the account of tyranny, oppression and forfeiture of land of the inhabitants by the encomienderos. The King of Spain issued an order directing the members of the colonial government to prevent such inhumane conduct to the Filipinos and the confiscated land by the Friars

should be reverted to the Tagean-Tallano Clans. Date of Inscription: September 17, 1583. (Sgd) GONZALO RONQUILLO DE PEÑALOSA

11.) Governor General of the Royal Crown of Spain RAM-040 S-1784 On the account of the Complaint of the haciendero land owner Prince Lacan AcuñaTagean Tallano, Spanish Governor General Jose Basco Y Vargas promulgates decree prohibiting the seizure of farmer’s lands, caribous, and farm implements by the creditors as well as the farmer’s torturing, arrest and imprisonment for non-payment of debts in as much as lands tilled by the farmers are owned by Prince Lacan Acuña Tagean Tallano evidenced by this OCT 01-4. Date of Inscription: November 15, 1794. (Sgd) LUIS PEREZ DASMARINAS

12.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC 014 S-1720 In support with the installation of cornerstone for the Sta. Ana Church in Manila, Francisco dela Cuesta, Archbishop of Manila, acquired one (1) hectare from King Luisong Tagean (Tallano) in the form of Donation, allowing the construction of the Sta. Ana Church in the subject lot. Date of Inscription: September 12, 1720. (Sgd) ARCHBISHOP FRANCISCO DELA CUESTA;

13.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC 003 S-10-25 1762. The Spanish Government Officials and residents of Philippine Islands are compelled to take the oath of allegiance to King George III of the Royal Government of England with order from the King the absolute cancellation of OCT No. 01-4 in the name of King Philip II of Spain, the same Land Title should be issued anew to and in the name of Prince Lacan Acuña Tallano (Tagean). Date of Inscription: October 25, 1762. (Sgd) SIMON DE ANDA Y SALAZAR

14.) Governor General RAM-031 ED 000-S 1565 was cancelled by this entry 10-25-1764British Royal Crown ordered the cancellation of the O.C.T. 01-4 in the name of King Philip II and ordered registered a new O.C.T. to the original owner’s heir, Prince Lacan Acuna Tallano in lieu of previous one, on Jan 7, 1764 andimplement the order of Justice of the Real Audiencia de Manila, Simon de Anda affirmed the land Hacienda Filipina ownership in favor of Heir King Luisong Tagean, Prince Acuna Tagean (Tallano), who won the cash embodied in R.A.M. 571 on January 22, 1761 in accord with the Peace Treaty between the Royal Crown of England and Spanish Government on Oct. 2, 1764,

as implemented by British Governor to the Philippines, Dawnsone Drake. Date of Inscription: Jan. 7, 1764. SGD: GOV. JOSE RAON;

15.) Proprietary Governor RAM 006 S-1784 Upon recognition of the Roman Catholic Church Hierarchy in the Philippine Islands over the lawful rights of King Luisong Tagean Tallano and his heir over HACIENDA FILIPINA, Bishop Salazar sent a message to the King of Spain containing the account of tyranny, oppression forfeiture of land of the inhabitant by encumienderos. The King of Spain issued an order directing the members of the Colonial Government to prevent such in human conduct to the Filipinos and the confiscated lands by the Friars should be reverted to the Tagean Tallano Clans. Date of Inscription: September 17, 1583. SGD: GONZALO RONQUILLO DE PENALOSA;

16.) Governor General of Royal Crown of Spain RAM-040 S-1784 On the account of the complaint of the Haciendero Land Owner Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean Tallano, Spanish Governor General Jose Basco Y. Vargas promulgates decree prohibiting the seizure of farmers lands, caribous, and farm implements by the creditors as well as the farmer’s torturing, arrest and imprisonment for non-payment of deeds in as much as lands tilted by the farmers are owned by Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean Tallano evidence by this O.C.T. 01-4. Date of Inscription: Nov. 15, 1794. (Sgd) JOSE BASCO Y VARGAS;

17.) Governor General Royal Spanish Crown RAM-061 S-6-24 1784. Operator and lessee of Hacienda Mayhaligue, Father Juan de Matta, by Royal Audiencia, after it acquired the 10,000 sq.m. portion of the Estate, Hacienda Mayhaligue, from the real land owner, Prince Julian Macleod Tallano, in the form of conditional donation had established and constructed Hospital de San Lazaro. Date of Inscription: June 24, 1784. (Sgd) JOSE BASCO Y VARGAS;

18.) Governor General Royal Spanish Crown RAM-041 S-1785. The Real a Compania de Filipinas was established with a capital stock of P3,000,000.00 in 32,000 share of P 250.00 each and secured by this land title OCT 01-4, in the name of Prince Lacan Acuña Tagean. Date of Inscription: June 24, 1784 (Sgd) JOSE BASCO Y VARGAS;

19.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain RAM-042 S-1786 Cancellation of Entry No. RAM-041-S-1785 after full payment of P10,000,000.00 loan obligation of land owner and his business associate. Date of Document: March 10, 1786 Date of Inscription: March 14, 1786. (Sgd) JOSE BASCO Y VARGAS

20.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain RDC-059 S-11-16- 1802 Don Luis Rocha, the uncle of the first cousin of Prince Lacan A. Tagean Tallano, sold (Malacañang) the summer house along the Pasig River to Col. Don Jose Miguel Formento without the authority of the heirs of the Tallano. Date of Inscription: November 16, 1802. (Sgd) RAFAEL MARIA DE AGUILAR Y PONCE DE LEON;

21.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain RAM-042 S-4-3 1023. A Deed of Irrevocable Donation executed by Prince Julian Macleod Tallano (Tagean) to permit the location and construction Intedencia Building along Vito Cruz St., and Manila Botanical Garden. Date of Inscription: April, 1823. (Sgd) JUAN ANTONIO MARTINEZ;

22.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC-0100 S-4-30- 1851 A Petition filed in the Royal Audiencia de Manila by Prince Lacan A. Tagean (Tallano) against a treaty incorporating the Sulu Sultanate into the Royal Crown of Spain on the reason that said land of the Sultanate form part of the archipelago evidence by Royal Decree 01-4 Protocol own and in the name of the King Luisong Tagean (Tallano), the predecessor of Prince Lacan Tagean. Date of Instrument: April 24, 1851; Date of Inscription: April 25, 1851 Escribania de Cabildo By: (Sgd) GOV. ANTONIO DE URBIZTONDO Y EQUIA;

23.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC-067 S-8-1-1851 A loan of P 1,000,000.00 from Banco Central de España secured by 1,000 hectares in Taguig, portion of the Tallano Estate originally owned by late Prince Lacan Acuña Tallano which he secured said loan and be paid the 508 of the 4,000 shares of the newly organized Spanish-Filipino Bank, The First Filipino Banking Institution in the Philippine Islands. Date of Inscription: August 1, 1851. (Sgd) ANTONIO DE URBIZTONDO Y EQUIA;

24.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC-059 9-17-1870. Rev. Francisco C. Gainza received one (1) hectare from the Judicial Administrator of Tallano (Tagean)

Estate, Higino Benitez, located in Nueva. Caceres to locate and permit the construction of the newly founded Colegio de Santa Isabel. Date of Inscription: September 15, 1870. (Sgd) CARLOS MARIA DELA TORRE NAVACERADA;

25.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC S-9-42 187. A Deed of Donation over 2,000 square meters situated in Paco, Manila has been granted by the heirs of the Tallanos to the Sister of Charity for the relocation of Sta. Isabel College which was founded in the year 1634 Hermanidad dela Misericerdiaand had turned over to Sister of

Charity. Date of Inscription: September 11, 1871, (Sgd) RAFAEL DE IZUIERDO Y GUTIEREZ;

26.) Governor General Royal Spanish Crown of Spain EDC S-9-12 1871 Cancellation of Entry No. EDC-067, S-8-1-1871 and full redemption of 1,000 hectares of land upon full payment of the principal loan of P 1,000,000.00 plus interest of P 2,000,000.00. Date of Inscription: August 10, 1871. (Sgd) RAFAEL DE IZUIERDO Y GUTIEREZ;

27.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC S-3-11 1876. A protocol signed by England and Germany recognizes Spanish rights to the Tawi-Tawi group of Islands and thechain of Islands stretching from Sulu to Borneo which was protested by Prince Julian Macleod Tallano, the owner of the Islands up to North Borneo and Turtle Islands as evidenced by Land Title OCT 01-4 and embodied inPeace Treaty between England and Spain on October 24, 1764, the same rights through the recommendation of Royal Crown of England based on evidenced OCT No. 01-4 has been relinquished to the said land owner,Prince Lacan AcuñaTagean Tallano and his heir, Prince Julian Macleod Tallano. Date of Inscription: March 10, 1876. (Sgd) JOSE MALCAMPO Y MONJE;

28.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain RAM-057 S-1-22 1878 An Austria annual lease of U.S, Dollar 5,000.00 ending January 22, 1978, after which the land should be reverted to the cousin, Prince Julian Macleod Tallano (Tagean) while that lease payment including the land area of North Borneo to be divided among the four beneficiaries,

75% to the Kiram’s heirs and 25% to the Tallano’s heirs. Date of Inscription: January 22, 1878. (Sgd) DOMINGO MURIONES Y MURILLO;

29.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC-063 S-7-31 1887. The Installation of the cornerstone of the Tutuban, Manila Railroad Station of the Manila Railroad Co. laid by Governor Terrero, assisted by 17 years old Don Esteban Benitez Tallano (Tagean) and his administrator cousin, Atty. Higino Benitez, who leased 3 hectares of land to the MRRC for the project in the amount of P 300.00 monthly, which will expire on July 31, 1967.

Date of Inscription: July 20, 1887. (Sgd) EMILIO TERRERO Y PERINAT

30.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC-072 S-1-02 1890. The first installment amounting to 400,000.00 U.S. Dollars paid by General Primo de Rivera, out of agreed consideration and damages over the millions of fruits, palay and sugar cane crops forfeited annually by the Spanish Government from the Hacienda Filipina own by Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, the son of the late Prince Julian Macleod Tallano, evidenced by OCT No. 01-4 and as one of the conditions in the PACK OF BIAK NA BATO, and remitted to the Revolutionary Government, through Hong Kong Bank, to buy guns and ammunitions. Date of Inscription: January 3, 1898. (Sgd) FERMIN JAUDENES Y ALVAREZ;

31.) Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC-073 S-2-6 1898. Secured by this Title, OCT No. T 01-4, Hacienda Mabiga embracing the whole Province of Pampanga, Kuliat,

the whole of Bamban and Capaz, Tarlac has mortgage to the Banco Español-Filipino, the sum of U.S. Dollar 20,000,000.00 to undertake the payment of secession treaty between Spain and American for the ceding of the archipelago by the Spanish Government to the American Government be eventually reverted to the real land owner, Don Esteban Benitez Tallano. Date of Document: February 2, 1898. Date of Inscription: February 7, 1898. (Sgd) FERMIN JAUDENES Y ALVAREZ;

32.) Ad Interim Governor General Royal Crown of Spain EDC-074 S-2-7 1899. Entry No. EDC 073-S-2-6 1898, Real Estate Mortgage amounting to U.S. Dollar 20,000,000.00

secured by this Land Title OCT No. T-01-4, embracing the area of Hacienda Mabiga, Pampanga, Kuliat and Capaz, Tarlac to Banco Español-Filipino has been cancelled and this released forever of Real Estate Mortgage has been executed by the Bank in favor of the owner with the full payment of which has broken as follows: General Miguel Malvar correspondingly acquired the area of Tanauan, Batangas and had paid the account of U.S. Dollar 3,300,000.00; General Antonio Luna acquired the whole San Miguel, Tarlac and La Paz, Tarlac and he paid the account of U.S. Dollar 2,000,000.00 the land was given as a gift to his girlfriend, Miss Luisita Cojuangco; Don Mariano Tayag acquired the area of Kuliat and Mabiga 1,500 hectares (Pampanga) correspondingly paid the account, the sum of U.S. Dollar 3,300,000.00; Don Francisco Macabulos acquired the area of Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac and had paid correspondingly the account, the sum of U.S. Dollar 2,400,000.00; Don Juan Ejercito acquired absolutely the San Juan Del Monte Hacienda embracing up to Sitio Mandaluyong consisting an area of 3,154 hectares and had correspondingly paid the account of U.S. Dollar 3,300,00.00 and Don Esteban Benitez Tallano (Tagean) maintained his rights being the owner over the unacquired Estate and had paid the balance of 6,600,000.00 U.S. Dollar. Date of Inscription: February 7, 1899. (Sgd) BENITO LEGARDA;

33.) Ad Interim Land Registrar CLRO-096 S-6-21 1901- A Civil Case/ CLRO NO. PC 032, an opposition complaint against the Civil Governor William H. Taff, to purchase tract of lands from any religious order on the basic ground that said lands in the hand of the religious orders are merely donations of the Tallano- Tagean Clan, owner of the Hacienda Filipina/ Hacienda Quebega and Hacienda Mayhaligue; that any violation of said donation, the land should be reverted to the true owner, heir of late Prince Julian Macleod Tallano, Don Esteban Benitez Tallano. Date of Inscription: June 21, 1901. (Sgd) LUKE E. WRIGHT;

34.) Governor General, U.S.A. EDC-096 S-1900- Real Estate Mortgage executed by Don Esteban Benitez Tallano secured by 250 hectares of commercial lot in Centro Intramuros, in favor of Banco Filipino-Español for the sum of P 1,500,000.00. The said sum received by Messrs. H.G. Farris and Carson Taylor for the establishment of Manila

Daily Bulletin. Date of Document: February 3, 1902-Date of Inscription: November 13, 1902. (Sgd) H.K. SLEEPER;

35.) Land Registration Officer Entry-097 S-1900- Cancellation of Entry No. RDC 096-S-1900 upon full payment of the Real Estate Mortgage the sum of P 1,750,000.00 and said Real Estate had released to the owner. Date of Document: February 4, 1903. Date of Inscription: November 10, 1903. (Sgd) H.K. SLEEPER;

36.) Land Registration Officer CLRO-0107 S-1903- Lease Agreement entered between Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, landowner/lessor and Father Gregorio Lugo Crisostomo of Malolos, Bulacan, lessee, over an area of 3,750 hectares situated in Cabanatuan and Sta. Rosa, Nueva Ecija, portion of Hacienda Filipina own originally by Prince Lacan Tagean Tallano and Prince Julian Macleod Tallano, predecessors of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, in the sum of P 20,000.00 annually, to facilitate the sugar plantation project of the

lessee, for the purpose of increasing sugar exportation to U.S.A. and Brazil as allocated to thePhilippines.The conditions are that the lessee may donate only the usufruct for charity purposes and disallowing for the reassignment of the land to any without consent of the land owner. The term of lease should expire on the year 2003 or this agreement shall automatically be nullified, be declared null and void upon violation of the lessee to any of the conditions set forth or immediately upon the death of the lessee. The subject land should be automatically surrendered by the beneficiaries/ farmers to the land owner even without demand, otherwise, an appropriate civil/criminal prosecution should be lodged by the land owner against any intruder or any party who has taken advantage the opportunity over the land in the absence of both lessor and lessee. Date of Document: February 6, 1903; Date of Inscription: November 11, 1903. (Sgd) H.K. SLEEPER;

37.) Land Registration Officer PLA-061 S-6-1 1903- Deed of Assignment absolutely conveyed to Sultanate of Sulu on their Jamalul Kiram heirs, relative of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, the whole lands of the Province of Sulu, Lanao, Cotabato, and Zamboanga in favor of the Filipino Muslim brothersand sisters to prevent escalation of hostilities in Mindanao, in compliance to the order of Philippine Commission headed by William Howard Taft. Date of Document: June 10, 1903, Date of Inscription: June 19, 1903; (Sgd) WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT;

38.) Philippine Commission by: Public Land Authority CLRO- Timoteo Paez, the second cousin of Juan Ramos Tallano, son of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, land owner, after

acquiring lot located in Tondo, reserve it for the monument of Dr. Jose Rizal in the form of donation from said Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, redonated the same for the location of the national Heroes Monument in Tondo. Date of Document: November 10, 1903. Date of Inscription: December 3, 1903. (Sgd) H.K. SLEEPER;

39.) Land Registration Officer EDC S-1-7- 1904- The lease agreement over the Mabiga area (the Stutsonberg Camp) embracing an area of 7,500 hectares, that five thousand (5,000) of which is own by the Tallano and that one thousand five hundred (1,500) hectares is own by Don MarcianoTayag, between the Tallano, Tayag and the U.S. Government in the sum of U.S. Dollar 20,000.00 yearly or annually paid of ten years advance amounting of U.S. Dollar 20,000.00, extended by U.S. Governor General to the Philippines Like F. Wright who represented the U.S. Government. Date of Document: January 7, 1904. Date of Inscription: January 14, 1904. (Sgd) H.K. SLEEPER

40.) Land Registration Officer CLRO 01122 S-1904 - A Deed of Donation of 1 hectare lot in San Miguel, Manila has been executed by Don Esteban Benitez Tallano in favor of Doña Librada Avelino to locate finally the school, Centro Escolar de Senoritas (now Centro Escolar University), as a birthday gift to the lady that become his girlfriend for years. Date of Document: January 18, 1904. Date of Inscription: January 20, 1904. (Sgd) H.K. SLEEPER

41.) Land Registration Officer CLRO S-475 - This Land Evidence by O.C.T. No. 01-4 has been placed for adjustment under appropriate court proceeding in accordance with LRA 496 of 1902 to find permissibility of the area and it has been recorded under Court Land Registration Case 475 Decree No. 297 of Oct. 3, 1904 per Record Book of Decree, Book No. 1, embracing the entire Archipelago up to Turtle Island, Spratley and Island of Sabah (North Borneo), which ended appropriately in favor of the original owner Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean (Tallano), married to Princes Rowena Maria Elizabeth Overbeck Macleod, the predecessor of Prince Julian Macleod Tallano for a period of 2 years court battles, to with:In view thereof, the court ofLand Registration found in due

course with probative value said Land Title O.C.T. No. T-01-4 embracing the subject Archipelago for and in the name of Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean married to Princes Rowena Maria ElizabethOverbeck Macleod of Austria, who was naturalized under the laws of the Philippine Commission as Filipino Citizen. Now therefore, by virtue of the Public Land Laws of the country dismissing the Appeal of the Government in the Highest Tribunal, a corresponding Decree 297, Oct. 3, 1904, embracing the whole Archipelago has been granted be appended to the said O.C.T. No. T-01-4 as a matter of proprietary rights of the said Registered Land Owner that should embraces to be Titled to the Land Forever, Adopted there to, the Torens System of the Royal Kingdom

of Switzerland to establish social peace and order in every Island Haciendas like Philippines. Date of Document: Feb. 4, 1903, Date of Inscription: Nov. 10, 1903. (Sgd) H.K. SLEEPER

42.) Land Registration Officer CLRO 092 S-5-20 1909 - A Deed of Absolute Sale executed by the owner, Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, over an area of 1200 Hectares in favor of Mateo Carino, portion of 7,500 Hectares in Baguio on by the vendor, that has been leased to the U.S. Government at a yearly lease payment of U.S. Dollar $40,000.00 paid to Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, toaccommodate the installation of U.S.Military Camp known as Camp John Hay. Date of Document: Nov. 4, 1904. Date of Inscription: Nov. 17, 1904. (Sgd) H.K. SLEEPER;

43.) Land Registration Officer CLRO 092 -5-20-1909 (sic). Acting Governor General W. Cameron Forbes, brother in law of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, succeeded to acquire a Deed of Donation for a lot consisting 10,000 sq. mtr. In Ermita, Manila to permit the laying or cornerstone of the proposed Legislative Bldg. Date of Document: May 4, 1909; Date of Inscription: May 21, 1909, (Sgd) H.K. SLEEPER;

44.) Land Registration Officer GLRO 0198 S-1923 - A Deed of Assignment over 1 Hectare of land in Plaza Intra Muros in favor of his cousin Don Luis Versoza of Dingras, Ilocos Norte, executed by Don Esteban Benitez Tallano to construct the house of the Versoza and the Newly declared Plaza Lawton. Date of Inscription: May 4 1923; Sgd: EULALIO GARCIA;

45.) Register of Deeds GLRO 01121 S-1925 - Deed of Absolute Sale in favor of Don Feliciano Nevas, married to Doña Dolores Roxas, executed by Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, covering 2,500 hectares in Dasmariñas, Cavite for full payment of P 2,500,000.00. Date of Inscription: May 20, 1925. (Sgd) EULALIO GARCIA;

46.) Register of Deeds RPA-0127 S-1-27 1938- Jose Yulo, compadre of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, land owner, acquired fifteen (15) hectares of land amounting P 150,000 in Calamba, Laguna by way of Installment Sale for a period of 2 years at equal monthly installments. Date of Inscription: January 24, 1938. (Sgd) JOSE TUPAZ;

47.) Register of Deeds GLRO-127 S-1938 - Deed of Absolute Sale executed by Don Esteban Benitez Tallano in favor of Don Emilio Ejercito and spouse, Dona Mary Marcelo Ejercito, over an area of 3,000 hectares situated in Valenzuela and Meycauayan, Bulacan, with the lot of 500 hectares in Tagaytay, Cavite for full payment of the sum of P 3,500,000.00. Date of Inscription: April 19, 1938. (Sgd) TEODORO GONZALES;

48.) Register of Deeds GLRO-130 S-1938 - A Deed of Absolute Sale in favor of Engineer Ramon Magsaysay over an area of 700 Hectares in Tagaytay, Batangas executed by Don Esteban Benitez Tallano for the full payment of P 1,400,000.00. Date of Inscription: June 14, 1938. (Sgd) TEODORO GONZALES;

49.) Register of Deeds GLRO-131 S-1938 A Deed of Absolute Sale for the sum of P 2,000,000.00 which is fully paid over an area of 2,000 hectares in Tanay, Rizal executed

by Don Estebn Benitez Tallano. Date of Inscription: September 7, 1939. (Sgd) TEODORO GONZALES;

50.) Register of Deeds GLRO-0101 S-5-5-39 - In conjunction with the establishment of University of the Philippines and the place thereof from Manila to Diliman embodied under Act No. 1870, and in honor of his cousin: Conrado Benitez, and a tribute to his second cousin, late Ignacio Villamor, its first President, Don Esteban Benitez Tallano extended a Deed of Donation of around seventy five (75) hectares of land in Diliman District for the permanent location of University of the Philippines. Date of Inscription: May 5, 1939. (Sgd) TEODORO GONZALES;

51.) Register of Deeds GLRO-0105 S-7-3-1941 - Reported in this office and inscribed in this Land Title OCT No. T-01-4, that Spratley and Turtle Islands, explored by Dr. H.F. Bain, Mining Affair Adviser to the Philippine Commonwealth and after conducting an oil drilling activities over the area which are part of this archipelago, large deposits of high grade oils were discovered suitable for commercial use, while in the area at 75 kilometers Southeast of Mindanao, a large undeterminable volume of Deuterium found within the area of the archipelago. Date of Inscription: April 4, 1941. (Sgd) TEODORO GONZALES;

52.) Register of Deeds GLRO-079 S-4-7-1946 Letter of Declaration respecting Private Rights of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, heir of late PrinceJulian Macleod Tallano over the 7,169 Islands of the archipelago including the Freedom Islands, Turtle Islands and the Sabah Islands evidenced by OCT No. T-01-4 in consonance with the declaration of U.S. President Harry S. Truman with U.S. Congress Joint Resolution No. 93 of June 29, 1946 and the December 10, 1898 Treaty of Paris, that United States withdraws and surrenders all rights of possession including lands and supervision, jurisdiction, control of sovereignty and recognized the independence of the Philippines. Date of Inscription: June 7, 1946. (Sgd) MANUEL S. ROXAS;

53.) Philippine President RPA-081 S-3-12-194Another manifestation of opposition lodged under Rural for progress Administration Case No. 137, by Don Esteban Benitez Tallano through this lawyer, Atty. Claro N. Recto against President Sergio Osmeña’s executive Order creating the National Urban Planning Commission for Urban development throughout the Philippines, which may adversely damage the estate own by the oppositor. In Compliance to the Treaty of Paris on December 10, 1898 respecting private property, His Excellency President Sergio Osmeña issued a directive that the government has agreed to pay any amount of damage sustained by the estate. The sum of P 21,500,000.00 had been released by the, National Treasury through the order of President Osmeña in the account of damage suffered by several lots in Diliman and Marikina and particularly the uprooted fruit bearing mango trees in Antipolo and Cavite due to the negligence of the Public Works and Highways in the implementation of infrastructure works. Date of Inscription: March 1, 1947. (Sgd) TEODORO GONZALES;

54.) Register of Deeds LA-0911 S-2-1947 Manifestation of opposition by the land Owner, Don Esteban Benitez Tallano lodged under Land Authority 09-47, through his Lawyer,Atty. Claro N. Recto, against agreement of His Excellency Manuel A. Roxas And Archbishop Michael O. Doherty for the sale of allege Estates owned by the Church for the price of P 5,630,000.00 considering the whole archipelago is owned by the predecessor of the said oppositor,evidenced by OCT No. T-01-4, TCT No. T-408 and TCT

No. T-498 and in Catholic land has been a subject of more donations by the oppositor’s predecessors, which may terminate anytime upon conveyance to any party contradictory to the purpose. Date of Inscription: February 24, 1947. (Sgd) TEODORO GONZALES;

55.) Register of Deeds GLRCO 0117 S-1948 - Deed of Assignment covering an area of 15 hectares along sapang Bagnoy, portion of Crisostomo Estate, has been assigned irrevocably to Ret. Major Eduardo Joson as duly executed by Don Esteban Benitez Tallano. Date of Document: February 4, 1948. Date of Inscription: March 17, 1948, (Sgd) TEODORO GONZALES;

56.) Register of Deeds GLRO 01107 S-5-9-1956National Treasury of the Philippines under President Carlos P. Garcia Administration submitted a promissory note of theNational Government to undertake the payment of P 70,000,000.00 in favor of Don EstebanBenitez Tallano as payment of the Balara Reservoir, the La Mesa Dam and at

least 300 hectares of Lands utilized by the National/ Local Government into roads, highways and other infrastructures, that the owner is committed to release the corresponding Titles of the lands upon payment of said amount which will be derived from the Reparation Agreement signed at Malacañang between Philippines and Japan amounting to U.S. Dollar 2,000,000.00. Date of Document:: May 10, 1956. Date of Inscription: May 11, 1956. (Sgd) JOSE D. SANTOS

57.) Register of Deeds GLRO 01108 S-5-9-1957 - Entry No. 01107 has been cancelled upon full payment of the National Government obligation, which was reduced to P300,000,000.00 to Don Esteban Benitez Tallano on May 7, 1957. Date of Document: May 7, 1957. Date of Inscription: May 10, 1957.

(Sgd) JOSE D. SANTOS - Register of Deed

December 10, 1898 – Treaty ending the war between Spain and the United States

RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY

Article XVI It is understood that any obligations assumed in this treaty by the United States with respect to Cuba are limited to the time of its occupancy thereof; but it will upon termination of such occupancy, advise any Government established in the island to assume the same obligation.

In the above captioned clearly, that, it had a determining time of termination of its dominance. The under caption of the same definitive treaty, I request to Cease and desist and possess thru this Motion, that, all the achrives of the said Treaty and historical facts and artifacts of my forefathers shall be surrenders, as the private owner of the Collateral of the Definitive Treaty of Peace signed in Paris, including the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM as noted in same treat.

Article VIII- In conformity with the provisions of Articles I, II, and III of this treaty, Spain relinquishes in Cuba, and cedes in Porto Rico and other islands in the West Indies, in the island o Guam, and in the Philippine Archipelago, all the buildings, wharves, barrack, forts, structures, public domain, and as such belong to the Crown of Spain.

And it is hereby declared that the relinquishment or cession, as the case maybe, to which the preceding paragraph refers, can not in any; respect impair the property or rights which by law belong to the peaceful possession of property of all kinds, of provinces, municipalities, public or private establishments, ecclesiastical or civic bodies, or any other associations having legal capacity to acquire and possess property in the aforesaid territories renounced or ceded, or of private individuals, of whatsoever nationality such individuals maybe.The aforesaid relinquishment or cession, as the case maybe, includes all documents exclusively referring to the sovereignty relinquished or ceded that may exist in the archives of the

Peninsula. Where any document in such archives only in part relates to said sovereignty, a copy of such part will be furnished whenever it shall be requested. Like rules shall be reciprocally observed in favor of Spain in respect of documents in the archives of the islands above referred to.

The aforesaid relinquishment or cession, as the case maybe, are also included such rights as the Crown of Spain and its authorities possess in respect of the official archives and records, executive as well as judicial, in the islands above referred to which relate to said islands or the rights and property of their inhabitants. such archives and records shall be carefully preserved, and private persons shall without distinction have the right to require, in accordance with law, authenticated copies of the contracts, wills and other instruments forming part of notorial protocols or files, or which maybe contained in the executive or judicial archives, be the latter in Spain or in the islands aforesaid.

From the Separate Decision on LRC/LRA COMPROMISE AGREEMENT 3957-P:

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE OF RIZAL

Seventh Judicial District,

Branch XXVIII, Pasay City

DECISION WITH COMPROMISE AGREEMENT

With the blessings of our Supreme Doing with His judicial enhancement over the victim of injustices and greatest land grabbing scandals, the Republic of the Philippines failed to deviate from entering with the heirs of Prince Julian Macleod Tallano for a Separate Decision with Compromise Agreement. But to settle once and for all the issue of ownership over the land under OCT No.T-01-4 together with the reconstitution of lost owner and the duplicate copies of its original WAS A Motion filed by the Republic of the Philippines and, including the return of precious metals and stones consisting of 617,500 metric tons of gold and 500,000 pieces of 10 carat diamonds to the Royal family is another Motion filed by the herein intervenor that needs to be resolved under the same Sala that originally 3 under old case LRC/Civil Case No. 997-P but now, on the Motion of the Republic of the Philippines to avoid conflicting of hearing dates of two (2) Cases, under the same subject matter, a consolidation of original Case LRC/Civil Case No. 997-P into LRC/Civil Case No 3957-P has been submitted and impleaded. But we seek the truth and nothing but the truth that this Honorable Court has come to intervene where the succor of the Magistrate of justice for equity and vindication by the untainted facts had necessitate this providential circumstances in as much as its paramount object to secure the weak and exalted the victims of oppression for the unmolested true spirit of justice and its virtue for the deserving litigant.

Indeed, in the findings of Justinian, Inst. B.1, tit; Co; 2nd Inst. 56, justice is the constant and perpetual disposition to render to every man his due. It is the conformity of our actions and our will to the law but it should be commutative for which that virtue whose object is to render to everyone what belongs to him, as nearly as may be, or that which governs contracts. Yet, justice needs to be distributive as well, that virtue whose object it is to distribute rewards and punishments to each one according to his merit, observing a just proportion by comparing one person or fact with another so that neither equal persons have unequal things nor unequal person things equal. Justice, in specific parlance, is the greatest interest of man on earth. It is the ligament that holds civilized nations together, for, it consists simply in letting 4 everyone enjoy the rights that he has acquired by virtue of the laws. And, this must be enforced accordingly in the case at bar, otherwise, justice under this regime is inutile if not dead. Similarly, this remains precarious to our political, social and economic stability as well and, in toto, an obstruction to this nation’s progress and stability.

In a democratic institution, the right to property is a fundamental natural, inherent and inalienable right. Clearly, it is never of ex gratia from the legislature, rather ex debito from the duly constituted fundamental law of the state, the Constitution. Indeed, it never owe its origin to the Constitution which secure it for it existed foremost before them. In several circumstances, it characterized judicially as a sacred right, the protection of which is one of the paramount objectives of the government.

The constitutionally protected right of private property is not, however, an absolute right and it is subject to justifiable restraints and mandated regulations instituted by the legislature or ordained by the said fundamental law. It is subject to the police power of the state and to constitutional order on social justice, than land reform or equitable distribution of wealth is very good example when it has been implemented within the tenet of the constitutional policy of the government, because, within that rights, the right to property is the right to acquire, hold, enjoy, possess, manage, insure and improve said 5 property, as well as the right to devote property to any lawful use.

But it is so defeating to live within this allege democratic nation where the present administration capitalizes said glorious objectives but actually indirectly disenfranchising the constitutional rights of the Tagean- Tallano clans from their real properties by distorting the true record of the Royal clan in the LRC defeating their ownership of the land they gained out of their hard labor and more than 4 centuries of arm struggles against the Spanish government and abusive officials of the Republic that only to find out their ownership right over the said property consisting of 169,912,500 hectares of plains, mountains, forests and seas evidenced by Land Tile OCT No. T-01-4, Annex A to Annex A-1 to A-19 that had been issued by the Royal Government of England, thru the Office of the Royal Audiencia then by the British Governor to the Philippines Downsone Drake, is lawful within the bound of the Land Registration Act 496 after the same subject land its ownership had been settled in a court of proper jurisdiction by the Land Registration Court which was ended on October 3, 1904,under a Case CLRO 475, which caused the issuance of Decree 297 and was registered in favor of Rajah Lacan (Tagean) Tallano, who was married to Princess Rowena Ma. Elizabeth Overbeck Macleod of Austria, and eventually to their son, Prince Julian Macleod Tallano (Tagean) who was married to Princess Aminah Kiram of the Sultanate of Sulu, after another court battle in the Cadastral Court in accordance with the law of Cadastral Act 2259 which was 6 ended on March 14, 1914, had been promulgated in favor of Prince Julian Macleod Tallano against unlawful claimants, Don Hermogenes Rodriguez and heirs declaring Court Ruling in a Land Registration Case No. 571, is null and void ab initio because proceedings under said Land Registration Case 571 had failed to substantiate the jurisdictional requirements and valid jurisprudence, besides, it was proven that the ownership rights of Don Hermogenes Rodriguez merely derived from fraudulent documents, the lease agreement from the Tagean-Tallano clan had been diverted into Certificate of Award from the Spanish government, yet, it can be precluded as valid ownership Land Title because, long before the Spanish government arrived here in the Philippines, the Island had and has been in actual possession of the Royal family, thru their predecessor in interest, King Luisong Tagean. Besides, finally OCT No. 01-4 had been issued to the Tagean-Tallano clan not to the Rodriguez due to a conflicting information and evidences they presented using the reward certificate issued by the Spanish government. The alleged Court Decision dated November 6, 1911 by the Court of First Instance of Manila is a hoax judgment because it was then the Land Registration Court that has exclusive jurisdiction over the Lands Registration Case and not the CFI, and that the plan the Rodriguez heirs had been using could be found in Roxas and Iloilo City, Annex B and C not in Manila, whatsoever.

Besides, as furtherly claimed by the government in its position papers, there were frauds in the issuance of OCT No.369, OCT 222, OCT 614, OCT 543, OCT 333, OCT 777,OCT 730, OCT 735, OCT 466, OCT 820, OCT 4136, OCT 56, OCT 684, OCT 4080, OCT 994, OCT 4085, OCT 632, OCT 339, OCT 564, OCT 393, OCT 291, OCT 160, OCT 844, OCT 847, and obviously from OCT 02 to OCT 100,000 which we declared null and void ab initio and there after these were cancelled by this Court on the Motion of the Republic of the Philippines, represented by its Solicitor General, Felix Makasiar, except that of OCT 01-4, against the

unlawful owners, Don Mariano San Pedro Esteban, Dominador de Ocampo, Ortigas and Co. who used OCT 735, the alleged Ponciano Tamayo, Bonifacio Regalado who used OCT 333, Dona Patricia Tiongson who used OCT 820, Jose Dimsum, Julian and Juan Francisco, Pilar Village Development Corporation, Valentino Gajudo, Candido Cleofas, Fort William McKinley, Manila Rail Road Co., the University of the Philippines who used OCT 735, OCT 730, Hon. Mayor Felimon Aguilar, Ponciano Padilla, Antonio and Eulalio Ragua, Maria Socorro Condrado heirs, the Piedad Estate owner, Pedro Gregorio, Agapito Bonson who used OCT 4085, Don Pedro Roxas, the allege claimant of the Maricaban Estate, Ricardo and Fortunato Santiago, Perpetua and Perfecto Aquino, Antonio Fael, Dona Lourdes Ocho y Casal, the Administrator- allege claimant of the Colegio de San Jose, Mariano Severo Tuazon and Tuazon Company, Teodoro Lim and Felix Baez, the Republic of the Philippines and its agencies who used OCT 291 and that certain Nicanor Jacinto whose application is merely free patent in character must be subsided by Torrens Title, the Bureau of Lands and Forestry, the Land Registration Commission and its Honorable Solicitor General, Hermogenes A. Rodriguez and Don Miguel Rodriguez who used OCT 369, which claims by the Hon. Solicitor General, Felix Makasiar, are strongly defeated by well-accepted history and documentary evidences against these land grabbers, but that the said lands had been a subject of land grabbing scheme thru force dominion and invasion of the Spaniards over the archipelago against the inhabitants, who own the subject lands, embracing the entire archipelago, arrogantly instituted by the Friars in the Island of Manila instead of Christianism which was originally known some 400 years ago as Island of Maharlika which said land grabbing were escalated thru frauds by mentioned alleged fictitious land owners. Now the entire island known as Philippines, where the inhabitants suffered thousands of casualties in the midst of bloody war against said Spanish soldiers-land grabbers. Yet, the Honorable Solicitor General claims as their defense that restoration of inhabitants’ rights over the patrimonial lands was the efforts of the government of the First Republic, therefore, said land should be reverted to the government under the principle of Eminent Domain. The manifestation of the government was controverted ostensibly by the herein Intervenors by presenting documentary evidences released by the newly recognized Philippine Historical Commission together with their evidences found in their possession here, Namely: Annex A-4, Certification from said government agency dated January 10,1964, confirming the claim of the Intervenors that the entire Greater Manila Area was under the territories of the Namayan then some 5 centuries ago which was divided into seven (7) districts of Maycatmon, Calatongdonan, Dongos, Dilao, Pinacayasan, Yamagtogon up to Meysapan, whose territories, based on said documents, are those now occupied by the town of Pasay, Malate, Dilao, Pandacan, San Felipe or Mandaluyong, Balete or the San Juan del Monte, Quiapo, Sampaloc, San Miguel, Taytay, San Pedro de Macati (now Makati), Navotas, Malabon, Meycauayan (Maysilo before), Caloocan, Valenquela or Valenzuela, Quezon City or Pugad Lawin, Montalban, San Mateo, San Jose del Monte (Bulacan), Marikina (Mariquina), Sta. Maria, Angat (Bulacan), Norzagaray, Bulacan, Tanay, Antipolo, Morong, a former Provincial Capital in lieu of the Province of Rizal, Cardona, Culaylay or Cainta, Angono, Pilila, Jala-jala, Baras, Teresa, and the Karilaya Islands (now Quezon Province) which includes the whole Kawit region now Cavite and that lake region in its new name, Laguna Province, including portion of Batangas (Bumbon Province before), Laurel, Talisay, Lemery, Taal, Nasugbu, and Lipa, where the origin of its inhabitants came from the Noble family names Lacan-Tagean, the Datu or the Maharlika and grandson of the King Luisong Tagean centuries ago, and by his wife Lamayan Bowan. The noble tribes were the owners of the said territories and they control the areas and inhabit themselves over the areas for more than 5 centuries ago and it has passed by more than 10 generations of their clans, some of these were their children in the name of Raja Lacan Tagean, the eleventh son of Rajah Soliman who led bloody stripes in Manila against the Spaniards during the Spanish time while, in Cebu led by Rajah Lapulapu, older brother of Rajah Soliman. The leader King Luisong Tagean and his sons Rajah Soliman and Rajah Lapulapu and Rajah Lacan Tagean; eldest son of Rajah Soliman are of Malayan blood born from known Malayan Federated Estate, were migrated to Manila Island due to the Cataclysmic evolution of the earth that affected man’s habitation, while the wife of Rajah Lacan Tagean, Lamayan Bowan; was forced to migrate to the coastal area of Sta. Ana now, Lamayan District before, where Lamayan name was derived from her maiden name baptized to her tribe where Lacan Gat Uban (Mauban), younger son of Rajah Soliman born

along the Northeastern part of Sierra Madre and as known hero of the town of Mauban. In the advent of Spanish era in the Island of Manila more than 400 years ago, the Lacan Tagean clan, the grandson of King Luisong Tagean, eldest son of Rajah Soliman, was renamed into a Spanish sound name, Tallano to be elusive every time from the Spanish Government prosecution and inhumane torturing beside to take advantage the arrest and court immunities granted by the Royal Crown of Spain to Filipino Mestizo and to Spanish Nationals. The effort gained momentum from Spanish authorities although in clandestine operation, theTagean clans pursued their endless support toward the Filipino revolution by arms struggle, morally and financially pushing throughout the archipelago against Spanish despotic autocracy until it borne out by them the Malagat Revolt in Cagayan. Rajah Soliman, the father of Lacan Tagean in 1571, led a successful revolt in Manila followed suit and many more arms uprising at the expense of their own effort, precious stones and precious metals like gold jewelries which they used for the rebellion against Spanish government as the Tagean Clans saved out of their 1,000 years habitation on the surface of the earth, particularly in the Island of Maharlika, now Philippines. Later, during the Spanish Era, they called the Islands as Manila as they extracted from medicinal shrubs named nilad for which they defend the land they built and acquired through manual labors of their ancestors some thousand years with the help of their Creator and our mother nature.

ARTICLE IX - Spanish subjects, natives of Peninsula residing in territory over which Spain, by the present Treaty, relinquishes or cedes its sovereignty, may remove therefrom, retaining in either even all rights or property including the right to sell or dispose off such property or of its proceeds, and they shall also have right to carry on their industry, commerce or profession being subject in respect thereof to such laws as are applicable to other foreigners dated April 25, 1894.

Unquote, very clearly, as a matter of right in the Philippines prescribed by such Treaty of Paris, in preservation of private ownership over the land, through the English theory found a closer importance. That furtherly, during the domination of this nation by Spain, the Royal Crown spared no time nor any odd to proclaim full ownership totally over our lands that private land titles from the very origin could only be possessed from the government either by buying with granting the Titulo de Compra (by bidding) or by different modes of acquiring it or land grant. But the most exception to this cardinal rule was where certain person had established his ownership over the land he is claiming or thru his predecessors in interest and had been in possession of the land from time immemorial and such possession would mean justify the presumption that the said land had been a private land even before the Spanish dominion controverting lawfully that there is no FRIAR LAND in the Philippines. Definitely, THERE IS NO FRIAR LAND indeed, while, certainly, said allegation that there is a FRIAR LAND was merely a hoax, just to subside over said land ownership of the Royal clans, like the Intervenors in particular. Yet, furtherly, as part of negotiation and immediately upon signing of the said Treaty, a directive from the Royal Crown of Spain to the claimants of the land in question, Don Hermogenes and Don Miguel Rodriguez had been sent and becamesupplemental to the recovery of the subject by the (Tagean) Tallano’s, certainly over the HACIENDA QUEBEGA (KEYBEGA) together with that HACIENDA FILIPINA. This excerpt directly from the Letter of the Queen of Spain and the United States Government (quote), being an intruder of the Island of Manila, formerly Hacienda Filipina now Philippines, in honor of His Royal Crown, the King of Spain, you are commanded to be ceased and desist and reconvey from your land holdings the whole HACIENDA FILIPINA, the archipelago, Titled OCT No. T-01-4 in the name of Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean Tallano or to his son Prince Julian Macleod Tallano, the grandson of Alfred Dent, a British Lord and London merchant a par owner of Royal British North Borneo Company, which had been adversed by your interest and in the name of your brother, Don Miguel Antonio Rodriguez, for so long, to the damage of the true owners. Now, you should respect this Royal Order in favor of the original land owner, the late King Luisong Tagean clan and heirs, the prime predecessors in interest, the Tallano clan, were their rights over the subject lands had been defeated by more than 400 years of our Royal Army occupation. But said rights are among the pre-conditions embodied in our Cessation Treaty with the British government and with the American government clarifying, among other things, the respect to private properties, are the paramount objectives of the said Treaty as prescribed by democratic doctrine that every human being needs

to adhere, for the interest of global peace which were carried over by many of our expeditions that the Royal Crown had initiated. That the order of the Royal Crown in Expedition for democratic endeavors and Christian values over the globe had been abused by you as manifested by the vaudeville war of our Royal Armies thru General Montojo and Admiral Dewey of the American government degrading the Grand Flying Color of the Royal Crown destroying also the turpitude of the world known GREAT America’s historic record of the American government. Yet, we have no room in his Highest Office to admit you with such barbaric and inhumane acts you had done against our Christian brothers and sisters, the Filipino people (Certified True Copy of the said letter translated in English language marked as Annex I and made integral part of government position paper during the hearing of the above-titled case LRC/Civil Case No. 3957-P in 1969). As appeared in the Madrid Protocol of 1885 signed by Spain, England and Germany, under Article III of which the Spanish Government renounced such claims over the archipelago as far as regards to the Royal Crown of Great Britain, that all claims of sovereignty over the territories of the continent of the Philippine Islands, including Borneo and the Tagean Islands (now known as Kalayaan Islands) which said Sabah belonged to the past Sultan of Sulu with the conditions that Island and income derived thereon should be apportioned into two equal amount in favor of the Kiram heirs and the Tallano-Tagean heirs.

It was admitted part of the Position Paper of the Republic of the Philippines under LRC/Civil Case No. 3957-P that no less than the Chinese Emperor named Yung Lo, as it was written in Sung and Ming Dynasty between the year 1368 to 1644 AD, a symbol for the respect and due recognition of the Chinese Empire to the nobility of the King Luisong Tagean over his land ownership and rulership over the archipelago that time already embracing 7,134 islands including that Sabah and Freedom Islands, the Chinese Emperor gave him a gift of silk cloth and several tons of precious metals like gold, jewels as a token of tribute to the Noble King whose name, Noble King Luisong Tagean, was adopted in naming the largest island in his honor, the Island of Luzon by the said Chinese Emperor Yung Lo (Chou-Ti) that even to the earlier time, King Luisong Tagean regarded him by the foreign traders as King when there was no ruler over the archipelago and that still, the ownership of the noble clan over the Island of Maharlika remained as historic landmark, while, later Manila, now Philippines, never gained any resistance nor opposition of any kind from various tribes of the inhabitants which means directly admitting the vast of land over the archipelago was owned by the Tagean-Tallano Royal Clan, who discovered, rebuilt, glorified and fortified from thousand of years by his predecessors. Indeed, the inhabitants of the Islands (Hacienda Filipina before), including Visayas and Mindanao, kept their respect over the said rights endowed to the noble family over the ownership of the archipelago including the islands of Visayas and Mindanao by paying their share out of their harvest from the lands they were tilling for and in behalf of the Royal Family, the Tallano-Tagean clan. In 1405, the government of China sent an Imperial Decree in Manila affirming with vowed courtesy to the Ruler of the archipelago consisting over 7,134 islands. By 1754, Datu Bantilan, brother of Alimudin, sent a package of Sulu soil as tribute acknowledging that the Sultan desired the Sulu islands be registered to China but it was opposed by King Luisong Tagean. Instead, what was to be done was that the Continent of China be registered to the Islands of Maharlika in respect to the King Luisong Tagean considering by nature that China continent has been embraced by natural plate of the archipelago which were proven by the historic payment of taxes of the Chinese from mainland led by Emperor Yung Lo as tribute to the King.

With the collaboration of the treacherous Filipinos, Legazpi succeeded to occupy Manila that caused Rajah Soliman, the King’s son, fled to nowhere but to the forested area of Sierra Madre toward Malaysia and married to the Beautiful daughter of Alfred Dent, Mary Anne Dent and during his absence that made his relative, Rajah Lakandula, took over Tondo and welcomed Legazpi and helped in rebuilding the City of Manila. Governor General Miguel de Legazpi, before his death by his effort, Royal Decree of 1572 has been issued under the Council of the Indies recognizing the Filipino’s patrimonial land and interest over their ancestral lands including that of Tagean Clan over Hacienda Quebega and the entire archipelago, theHacienda Filipina, which was in the name of King Luisong Tagean, while, the purpose of dominion over the Philippine Islands was merely for the propagation of Christianism since the early Filipinos and even the

noble clan coincided with the belief that there is only one God, our Father Almighty (Bathala) in Holy Trinity (Santisima Trinidad), and under their Coran they called Allah.

To augment the efforts in rebellion successfully, Prince Julian Macleod Tagean (Tallano), son of Prince Lacan Tagean Tallano, who was married to a beautiful daughter of a sixth Sultan of Brunei, Princess Aminah Kiram, her father Sultan Abdul Kahar and whose family name was baptized from Tagean into a Spanish sound name, Tallano, redeemed the island from the U.S. government in the amount of US$20 million mortgaged by Spanish government and sought succor from British empire in the year 1761 that resulted into a Military siege over the Islands by the British Royal Army the dawn of October 5, 1762, that made the island rescued and freed totally from Spanish dominion in honor of the Noble clan, the Tagean-Tallano family had resulted for a period of seven (7) years British occupation in the archipelago. The date of the successful invasion of the British Royal Army in helping the Filipino revolts and Tagean clan aspiration had augmented the mourned to death of the Noble King Luisong Tagean in December 17, 1764 who left of nothing but noble teachings, this bounty of bullion of gold, 720,000 metric tons, as legacies to his Royal children and descendants and to the inhabitants of Maharlika Island, now, Philippines, love to God, his Creator above all, love also to is clan, to his fellowmen and to his land he lives in with compassion in the preservation of justice for all and with equal access for divine graces and opportunities toward common survival from adversities in life were the golden teachings in his kingdom was paramountly important. The efforts of Manila Liberation attributed to the Noble Clans by the Royal Military of Great Britain bear the fruit to liberalize the island from Spanish government in the archipelago. The Noble King Luisong Tagean, almost nine (9) months after the issuance of the Declaration of the said Treaty, died in peace with happiness in heart could be reflected therein on December 17, 1764, exactly at 270 years of age upon learning the positive fruits of his efforts which was the issuance of Land Title over the archipelago in his honor issued by the British government embracing 7,134 islands embracing around 503,877 square nautical miles under OCT No. T-01-4 for and in the name of his grandson, Prince Lacan Tagean on December 17, 1764 and later to 16 years old Prince Julian Macleod Tallano in 1864.

What the Spanish historian claimed that the Philippines was discovered by Magellan in honor of the King of Spain was entirely misleading and full of deception because said claim was only an avenue to justify the declaration of CESSATION TREATY between the American and Spanish governments involving the Islands of the Philippines, Guam, Puerto Rico and Cuba in the amount of $20 million U.S. dollars. This is in consequence of the orchestrated battle between the two led by leaders of the two countries in the Philippines in the early dawn o August 13, 1898 while, the truth of the matter, the said dramatized war should not have happened because of a PROTOCOL FOR PEACE between the two countries, Spanish and American, had been signed on August 12, 1898 signifying the truth that both Spanish and American governments were noble to agreed commitment for peace in the Orient upholding the true spirit of democracy in the Island of Manila, now Philippines, in as much as neither the U.S. nor the Spanish government knew about the ill-motive of Admiral Dewey and Spanish Royal Army General Montojo. Their guns, ammunition and their cannons started shelling the City of Manila leaving several thousands of Filipino casualties after the traitor American Admiral and General Montojo of the Army of the Royal Crown of Spain, the expected defender of democracy intentionally cut all the way out of the communication connecting the archipelago to the United States of America, that deliberately gave birth to the CESSATION TREATY OF THE U.S.A. and of the Spanish Crown which includes the conditions among other things as follows:

1. The ceding of the Philippines, Guam, Cuba and Puerto Rico by Spaniards to the United States

2. Payment of $20 Million U.S. dollars to the Spanish government by the United States of America, appearing not as purchase price but only as generous gesture to American victory over its enemy while Spain had secured loan to finance its war for invasion to the Philippines but consequently causing

another Filipino war against Americans for independence that, in deed, Spanish government’s general conspired with the U.S. Admiral Dewey defeating the truth that Spanish government has been losing to the Filipino revolutionists on the time that the archipelago had been acquired by the American from the Spanish government.

The CESSATION TREATY between the United States of America and the Spanish government ceded the Philippines, Guam, Cuba and Puerto Rico in the amount of $20 million U.S. dollars is abusive in character because the Spanish government had no authority to cede the Philippines to the United States of America on the mere ground that the war between the two countries was merely a vaudeville one, besides, beforehand, the entire archipelago then by the strength and help of Great Britain absolutely conquered and liberated by the British Royal Armies and Filipino warriors after it worked the virtue of PEACE TREATY between Great Britain and the Spanish Royal Crown which was signed on March 31, 1764, where the paramount conditions of the Treaty was an absolute respect to the Filipino private property including their ancestral lands that directly controverted the alleged Spain’s rights to the Philippines which were acquired by conquest and physical occupation. Yet, claiming the Philippine archipelago became the property of the King of Spain was barred by Peace Treaty between Great Britain and Spanish Royal Crown.

Comments of the LRA and the Republic of the Philippines, we believe that purpose both Judgment with Compromise agreement between the Republic of the Philippines and the Tallanos shall hamper by legal impediments in the issuance of said Reconstituted OCT. And the same should not be implemented for the issuance of both owner’s and duplicate copies of the original of the Reconstituted Land Titles OCT No. T-01-4, by the Honorable Register of Deeds of the Province of Bulacan of the following grounds:

1. There is no law authorizing the reconstitution of the lost owner’s and duplicate copies of Tiles OCT No. T-01-4, TCT No. T-408 and TCT No. T-498 administratively. Under the Land Registration Act (Act 141), if a duplicate certificate is lost, is destroyed, a suggestion of the fact of such loss or destruction may be filed by the Registered Owner or other person in interest before the Court of First Instance of the Province or City where the land is situated. In other words, the procedure should be judicial in character.

2. Assuming but not admitting that the lost owner’s copy may be reconstituted administratively, we believe the same should not be given due course because of the spurious characteristics of said Title, among others, as shown hereunder:

A. Plan II-69, as mentioned on the face of the Title has not yet been applied for original registration as appearing in our Survey Book.

B. Decree No. 297 covers only a parcel of land in Cavite and not in Greater Manila Area as per our records.

C. That alleged derivative Title which is OCT No. T-01-4 is a well known Spanish Title.

D. Plan PSU 2031 mentioned at the back of the Title is the same Private Survey Number, involved in the survey in the so-called Hacienda Maricaban, which supposedly covered large track of land also in the name of Fort William McKinley and Pedro Roxas, including portion of Taguig, Paranaque, and Pasay City, registered in the name of the Republic of the Philippines.

3. Without evaluating its authenticity, it is obvious that the proposed Judgment with Compromise Agreement could have the same effect over the subject land because it can not be enforced by execution. Under the Supreme Court Ruling, the land data, if any there be found, dubious the same cannot utilize for public good because it is null and void ab initio in origin.

ORIGINAL (SGD) ANTONIO NOBLEJAS Administrator

This Honorable Court could not be convinced on the Number 1 reason given by the Hon. Administrator due to the fact that the issuance of Reconstituted Land Title, particularly OCT No. T-01-4, based on the Judicial Judgment rendered by then designated Judge of the Land Registration Court, which said Decision and Order had been executed on October 4, 1904 in accordance with LRA 496 of 1902 clearing from it its legal impediment for the non-enforceability subsided itself as if a bubbles in the air. Besides, the Court proceedings has been conducted in accordance with the set up jurisprudence based on the Rules of Court 132 and Rule 135 and in accordance with Section 15 of the Republic No. 26 which belies that the Reconstitution is an Administrative Procedure, definitely, it’s a JUDICIAL IN CHARACTER per se. Be reminded that incorporated to this complaint filed by the Republic of the Philippines against the land owner is

Quieting/ Reconveyance of the land covered by these Titles. Therefore, it is a rule all rights of the party in interest over the land should be absolutely reconveyed to the true owner.

Pertaining to spurious origin of said II-69, PSU 2031, Decree No. 297, these were also subjected into alterations, manipulation and distortion, particularly that Decree No. 297 was altered for certain Manuel Ruiz y Javier and in favor of the Maricaban Estate to degrade the credibility of the Tallano and Acop over the estate ownership and they created a vacuum which is another basis for the land grabbers to proliferate their unlawful activities upon raping the virtue of the country’s Torrens System by way of mass production of invalid Land Titles for continues cycles of scam to the final prejudice of the government and the general public. It was a known fact when both LRC Commissioner Antonio Noblejas and Asst. Commissioner Gregorio Bilog, Jr. divulged the Modus Operandi of the organized syndicate in both LRC and in the Bureau of Lands then to defeat the interest of the herein land owners, which were an admission of these land authority that the eligible land records and documents of the Tallanos over OCT No. T-01-4, TCT No. T-408, and TCT No. T-498 had been subjected into manipulation, alteration, and falsification orchestrated by no other than in the LRC and the Bureau of Lands in connivance by those in the Register of Deeds. It was very apparent on what the present administration intend to do as well to our Spanish Mortgage Law which is against the wisdom of Torrens System but, of course, with the same dirty objective to the predicament of the real ]Owners under OCT No. 01-4. Besides, that said OCT No. 01-4 based on this record of Honorable Court, it was satisfactorily established that said land Title has been registered under Land Registration Act acquired-Torrens Title in character after compliance with the requirements set forth in the Land Authority to issue Decree No. 297 on October 3, 1904 and affirming Royal Decree 01-4 Protocol embracing the entire archipelago together with its Cadastral No. 4720 CLRO Case No. 475.

Beside, based on agreement predicated by this Decision with Compromise Agreement, five years prescription of enforceability( is exempted for the lost and true owner since the prescription of 1902 from LTA 496Act)) of said Judgment to reconstitute said OCT No. T-01-4 and their TCT No. T-408 and TCT No. T-498 and eventually to issue the Reconstituted copies of its original and duplicates of said Titles should be reckoned only from January 1, 1999, the period of which the Republic of the Philippines promise and commence to pay its remaining obligations amounting to P1 billion as damages to the Intervenors as agreed and emanated from this Judgment with Compromise Agreement between the Republic of the Philippines and the Tallano’s heirs, while, partial payment had been paid to the Tallano amounting to P2 billion pesos in the form of Land Bank Bond Certificate which will mature in 1978, but it was appealed for another 20 years moratorium ending December 31, 1998, from which the government will have to pay the land owner’s heirs initially on six (6) installment payment over that P3 Billion pesos damages.

My great predecessor of this noble profession taught me this Judicial Wisdom and had lent me a Noble Judicial Narration in the preservation of untainted justice involving PARI MATERIA IN for immediate application of the law and not only to one. For the TRUTH, this Court is ready to open the clandestine of those who had sown detriment to the lawful land owners. So the MIGHTY OF THE COURT OF JUSTICE shall be utilized as it provided based on the authority prescribed in the Revised Penal Code against the violators who usurped the rights of the land owners. Like in this instance case, the holder of that devoid OCT 369, its

technical data were copied from the technical data of OCT No. T-01-4 but the Land Registration Authority tolerates the parties by the use of such fraudulent documents like those OCT 333, OCT 730, OCT 735, OCT 291, OCT 777, OCT 614, OCT 4085, OCT 543, OCT 222, OCT 4136, and all OCT bearing No. 01 up to OCT 100,000 were found defective defrauding the general public and depriving as well the legitimate land owners.

Based on the report of the NBI and reciprocally affirmed by two (2) authorities in land, that said OCT 369 was declared null and void due to its non-existence which merely derogates the authenticity of the eligible one, OCT No. T-01-4. Besides, that II-4810 to 4813 like that II-4812 are a parcel of land situated in Bo. Tinampaan, Cadiz, Negros Occidental while that II-4813 covers the land situated in Iloilo, Iloilo. Besides, allegedly, said OCT 369 in the name of Hermogenes Rodriguez and Antonio Rodriguez, it appears that it was issued pursuant to a Decision of Hon. S. del Rosario of the Court of First Instance of Rizal on March 8, 1907, while that year, it should be Province of Morong then, besides, in the year 1907, jurisdiction to issue said OCT exclusively resides in the Court of Land Registration and only on July 1, 1914 uperseding the authority of the land Registration Court. Indeed, the Court of First Instance then in the year 1907 had not yet acquired said jurisdiction.

Corollary of this end, let traverse our judicial functions into another horizon of responsibilities as administrator of justice not only for the deprived partner but for the entire Filipino people for our nation’s economic breakthrough from its century ailing and sickly society with suffering citizenry. That what involves n this scenario is not only the government of His Excellency President Ferdinand E. Marcos but also President Marcos himself, requiring the President to restore the missing gold reserves of the Republic of the Philippines in the designated Central Bank vaults consisting of 617,500 metric tons of 12.5 gold nuggets lent and entrusted by the Royal Family, the Tagean-Tallano clans, through the late President Manuel Roxas, in favor of the Filipino people just to complete the requirements set forth needed in the establishment of Philippine Central Bank in the year 1949. That the said gold reserves paramountly attributed in the stability of peso value between 1949 to 1960, ranging the peso value of P2.00 for $1.00 U. S. dollar to P4.00 to $1.00 U. S. dollar.

But beyond the knowledge of the Filipino people, the basic root that caused the Marcos-Macapagal quarrel was that the unlawful acts of then Senate President Ferdinand E. Marcos which emanated from illegal transport of some three (3) metric tons of gold nuggets to London and another seven (7) tons to Zurich, Germany without permission from the private owner, the Royal family, the Tagean-Tallano Clan, and of no consent of the then President Diosdado Macapagal which were taken in place all of September 23, 1963, considering that gold bullion was part and portion of the 617,500 metric tons of 12.5 gold nuggets entrusted to the national government on January 7, 1949 by the caretaker of the Royal Clan, Rev. Fr. Jose Antonio Diaz, his alias name is Col. Severino Garcia Sta. Romana, for and in behalf of the Tagean-Tallano Royal Family. That the Reverend father, before this Court and designated Amicus curae on May 5, 1972, he testified in an open court that he is the caretaker of around 617,500 metric tons of gold nuggets own by the Royal Family, the Tagean-Tallano Family headed by Don Esteban Benitez Tallano which they transported to Vatican City in the year 1939 to secure the gold bullion from the escalating World War II, and the Royal Family maintained it up to 1948 and was withdrawn and transported to the Philippines through the young lawyer Ferdinand E. Marcos in 1949, then.

In the case at bar, both the National Government and the herein oppositors failed and neither its government instrumentalities and agencies had filed their petition for review after the Decree of Registration No. 297 for the legalization of OCT 01-4, in accordance with the Land Registration Act 496, had been registered on October 4, 1904, which said OCT 01-4 and its Decree of Registration becomes incontrovertible.

This case is a petition for the reconstitution of OCT 01-4 with annulment of all the titles described in a certification issued by the Administrator of the Land Registration Commission, Hon. Antonio Noblejas,

and with re-conveyance of the subject land which are in the possession of the heirs of the late Prince Julian Macleod Tallano, filed by the national government thru its Solicitor General Felix Makasiar, which the same, the national government had complied with the jurisdictional requirements enforced by Republic Act No. 26 and Circular No. 47 of February 19, 1949, but to no avail one more time, the National Government lacked stronger evidences against the true owner, the Tagean-Tallano clan. What the evidences the government had used and presented were those documents and OCT 01-4 in the name of the late Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean Tallano on strong confidence the late Prince have no issue neither has surviving heirs. Such action of the government is only proper under the Principle of Public Domain against the oppositor-claimants who have also stronger evidences and titles through these were issued in the name of Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean Tallano, then eventually to the late Prince Julian Macleod Tallano in the year 1864 which was affirmed in accordance with the Land Registration Act 496 of the year 1902. And parenthetically, the same was re-adjudicated in accordance with Cadastral Act of 2259 on March 14, 1914. While the Land Title of the oppositors-other claimants were issued only in the later year of 1902, some in the year 1906, some in the year 1914, 1926, etc. Except the OCT 369 of the Hermogenes Rodriguez which has been allegedly in the year 1864,1888, 1896 and 1892 but it becomes the subject of this ruling against said OCT 369, which its decree was found fraudulently defective in character as it were divulged in this context.

Apparently, the National Government failed to refute the existence of the lawful heirs of the late Prince Lacan Tagean and Prince Julian Macleod Tallano on the mere fact that some of these heirs became instrumental in the establishment of Central Bank of the Philippines in the year 1949 after Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, accompanied by Reverend Father Jose Antonio Diaz through the efforts of brilliant lawyer Attorney Ferdinand E. Marcos, had transported the gold bullion from Vatican City which were used by the late President Manuel Roxas, cousin of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, as Gold Reserves requirements. This information do not intend to complicate the issue but a sound proof as to the existence of the heirs of the late Prince that the government can not deny but rather it compel to be guilt of Estopel which was raised by the surviving heirs.

Truly, the Republic of the Philippines had committed estopel and had rebound to become not party in interest over the subject land in the presence of surviving-lawful heirs. Occasionally, it must be obliged for re-conveyance for all the lands under its custody as illegal detaineers, or in graceful sense as trustee for which it requires a re-conveyance in favor of its principal or trustor, as prescribed by Civil Code of the Philippines.

The fundamental rule over this issue, after the registered land had lapsed for one year, a decree of registration can no longer be opened for review even if its issuance is attended by actual fraud which the government failed to file said basic action. And the chances of the government to open as an aggrieved party remains an open opportunity considering the land had not been passed to innocent purchaser for value, yet, an action for re-conveyance still available that reached to this case against the Tagean-Tallano clan, but still the Republic of the Philippines, failed to solidly and constructively established its interest over the land. Under these circumstances, the true owner asserted his ownership and title to the land and this Court can not neglect its paramount duty to exercise its power for equity and justice, so correspondingly, an urgent Court Order to cancel the involved land titled of other land claimants including the title used by the Republic of the Philippines, in order to direct other unlawful owners and that Republic of the Philippines to re-convey the land holdings under their custody or as trust is inevitable to the rightful owner. The rules and order of re-conveyance is just, equitable and imperative, the only course of action in the Court to eradicate the unmanageable evil and anomaly in the LRC and in the Register of Deeds, where the lawful registered owner, should have a holder of Torrens Title for the land they acquired by their own labours, sweat and exerted efforts for quite so long but they and their predecessors could not exploit it because it is possessed by uneligible parties under the concept of ownership. To hold such land beyond the true and lawful orders of

land ownership in greater sense would vindicate only the land grabber for glory directly a dismay to the moral value in human relations that no person shall unjustly enrich himself at the expense of eligible one.

On the other way around, the Tagean-Tallano heirs strongly manifested that they did not abandon their possession over the Titled Land. They presented strong evidences that their action for absolute ownership and possession over the subject lands never ends and borne out by historic judicial records which are chronologically stated among other things as follows:

1. Since 13th century, the land, called before Maharlika, now Philippines, has a territorial area of 1,049,212.169 square nautical miles with a total geographical area of 169,972,500 hectares of plains, mountains, forests, rivers, and seas, more or less, it embraced four major Islands for a total of 7,169 Islands, the Luzon Peninsula, the Palawan Peninsula, the Visayas Peninsula, and the Mindanao Peninsula, in habitation of King Luisong Tagean, the predecessors of the Tallano-Tagean heirs, who was been respected by the Chinese traders and emperors by paying tribute to the said king in the form of silk cloths, precious stones, and tons of gold.

2. Due to economic abundance in the Islands, Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese, sent a mission to explore the possible sources of species with simultaneous propagation of Christianism but with arrogance and envies to the abundant resources of the archipelago beyond the knowledge of King Phillip II, by force he conquered the Island where bloody battle in Mactan had risen as defended by the king’s eldest son, Rajah Lapulapu in the year 1521;

3. The invasion escalated to Manila province then where the second eldest son, in 1571, named Rajah Soliman fought for the defense of the area but to due to overwhelming arms and ammunitions of the invading Spanish Imperial Armies, the second eldest son escaped to the forested area of Karilaya Island, then, now Province of Quezon.

4. By the influence of the King Luisong Tagean Tallano, he complained to the Holy See about the abusive land grabbing of friars in the Philippines. The complaint had been heeded. So, by the Papal grant of the Patronato Real in the late 15th and early 16th century, the Spanish Royal Crown tried to succeed to have most complete control over the churches in the Indies, including the Philippines. The result of which was the desolution of the religious orders in the year 1836 and the confiscation of the church properties, and the continued existence of the religious orders in the Philippines was totally dependent on the political endeavors of the government of the Royal Crown of Spain that has a little trust and faith in their religious missions on the account that the friars have no control of abuses, where compassion that is supposed to be instituted for the sake of human lives and private properties most of the time were violated by the churches in the Philippines. Spanish Mestizo Filipino friars hold biggest area of the subject land by way of converting into several haciendas into their names that gave rise to the order of the Royal Crown that Spanish Mestizo Filipino friars and its clergy were subject to be observed on as potential danger, and so the Royal Crown moves more and more in the direction of annulling their influence as response to King Luisong Tagean.

In this account, the Spanish Mestizo Filipino friars were determined to their self-interest, land grabbing agenda by implicating the case against native Filipino priests, who were in possessions for the Tagean Clan’s objective, toward their political aspect of secularization which furtherly emphasized this aspect in their effort to influence government policy in the pretext of the Matter of Secularization to push through for the security of the subject lands, the whole archipelago in particularly.

This is a direct transcript of the testimony of the Friar Provincial before the Philippine Commission in the U.S. Senate; over the land held for ecclesiastical or religious uses in the Philippine Islands. Document No. 190, 56th U.S. Congress, Second session, 1901.

5. In that aforesaid area of Karilaya, Rajah Soliman married Princess Dayang dayang Kiram and gave birth to their only son Lacan Tagean who survived out of 18 children they were born. Rajah Soliman died in that very birth date of the 18th son at the age of 169 years old. Prince Lacan Tagean at the age of 40 had married to Princess Rowena Ma. Elizabeth Overbeck Macleod of Austria who sought for a succor of British Royal Army by the Order of King George III of the Royal Crown of Spain, on the 7th day of January, 1764, the said OCT 01-4 had been issued in the name of Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean, who inherited the title of the King Luisong Tagean, right after the liberation of the Islands by the British Royal Crown from the abusive Spanish conquistadors.

6. After the King Lacan Tagean died 100 years after the said Title OCT 01-4 had been issued in his name, he was succeeded by his16 years old son, Prince Julian Macleod Tallano in 1864 who was born on December 17, 1848, where, again, the Tagean-Tallano encountered court challenge anew involving the same subject land lodged by the encomienderos, Don Hermogenes R. Rodriguez in the year 1864 alleging before the Royal Audiencia under the Case R. D. 571 that the said land had been a reward to them by the Royal Crown of Spain in honor of their grandfather, Governor Miguel Lopez de Legazpi-Rodriguez who pacified civil war in Mindanao. But after sixteen (16) years of court battle in the Court of Royal Audiencia, the Prince Julian Macleod Tagean Tallano has ownership interest over the archipelago had regained the title of ownership anew over the said Island in the year 1864, by virtue of the Order of the Royal Crown of Spain under Royal Decree1864 controverting the issues of land grabbing against the Royal Crown for the main reason that the only objective of the expedition of the Royal Crown to the Island of Maharlika, now Philippines, is propagation of Christianism to rectify the lives of the inhabitants with glorious affiliation to the Divine Supreme Being, the God the Father, and not to conquest the Maharlika kingdom;

7. The final decision of the 1864 Royal Decree of the Royal Crown reverting the land ownership to the Royal Family, the Tagean-Tallano Clan, gave rise to different strategic land grabbing by the Filipino-Spanish Mestizo that drove again the Maharlika kingdom to massive wars in the form of rebellions by the King’s descendants;

8. Before the death of Prince Julian Macleod (Tallano) Tagean in 1898, he succeeded to win the support of the grand government of the United States of America where the Treaty of Paris between Spain, United States, Great Britain, France, and Germany had been signed and enforced into law respecting private ownership of the inhabitants and the Royal Family of the archipelago; the Prince died on the year 1939 at the age of 91 years old by reason of heart attack in Europe, after he transported the Tagean gold bullion of 617,500 metric tons to the Vatican City and had deposited it to the Trust of the Holy See as escorted by Reverend Father Robert Hayes, who was in custody of the last will andtestament involving OCT 01-4 of the archipelago and that precious wealth whose heirs are Don Esteban Benitez Tallano and Benito Tallano.

9. Land grabbers Filipino Mestizo headed by Atty. Gregorio Araneta, former lawyer of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, pushed their evil intent over the subject land by lobbying in the United States Congress for the issuance of Harvey-Harding Cutting Law, HHC, a law attempting the exclusion of foreign land holdings in the Islands and pretext of American Military Reservation Rights. But again said moves had not been prospered thru the intervention of the lawyer of the Royal Family, Atty. Hegino Benitez, the cousin of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano and by another lawyers, Atty. Benito Legarda and Atty. Claudio Gabriel and Francisco Ortigas and Atty. Sr. Modesto Reyes, assisted by another two lawyers of the family, Atty. Sr. Pablo Ocampo and Atty. Sr. Pedro Sotero Laurel, that caused a root for a massive protest of the Filipino legislators turning down said repressive laws;

10. Atty. Gregorio Araneta succeeded to be reunited with Atty. Sr. Francisco Ortigas and other family lawyers of the clan and had availed for the passage of another despotic law, the Land Registration Act 496 of

1902 but again the oppositors failed to adulterate the land area of OCT No. 01-4 and finally, failed to Oppose Royal Family ownership interest but it only strengthened the very foundation of the Royal Family after successfully obtaining the affirmation of Land Registration Court then CLR Case No. 475 by the issuance of Decree 297 on October 3, 1904 again in the name of the late Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean and Prince Julian Macleod Tallano(Tagean) who died on December 17, 1939;

11. Evil intent to land grab the same land had never ceased. The same oppositors lodged and lobbied for the passage of another oppressive law under the guise of Cadastral Act 2259. Court battle again in the Cadastral Court ended on March 14, 1914 respecting ownership in favor of the Tagean-Tallano clan by allowing for the issuance of segregated Title under TCT No. T-408 and TCT No. T-498, which was manifested victory for the Tallano in court battles record by the financial support of Don Juan Ejercito against the oppositions that caused the approved plan of the entire archipelago under Plan II-69 in the name of Prince Julian Macleod Tallano;

12. After the war, between 1948 to 1956, beyond the knowledge of the clan, all supporting ownership evidences compiled in the Register of Deeds of the Province of Manila, City of Manila now, and in the Province of Rizal together those in the Bureau of Archives, including the Plan of PSU 20131, II-69, Gaceta de Manila were reported vanished and followed by successfully alteration by the heirs of the same oppositors in conspiracy of the administrator and officers of the Rural progress Administration, now the LRC, by those in the PHHC and those in the Registry of Deeds and those in the Bureau of Archives which divulged that around 500,000 historical documents including those ownership evidences over the subject lands were disappeared from the records if not directly stolen by those who have vested interest some time in 1956, that gave birth to the raising of the cancelled OCT 369 in the name of Don Hermogenes Rodriguez anew which was manipulated also even the record of Gaceta de Manila, followed by that OCT 4136 in the name of Don Mariano San Pedro who became steward o Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, OCT 779 in the name of Domingo Ocampo, the nearest kin of Atty. Sr. Pablo Ocampo, the old-time legal counsel of the Tallano-Tagean Royal Clan. Also follows the manipulations escalated to massive frauds that gave rise to the issuance of 100,000 fake land titles in OCT from OCT 01 up to OCT 100,000 intended to defeat the original land title of the true owners, OCT 01-4, which were scattered to many prominent names of known businessmen and developers in conspiracy by those in the government, both national and local, that given birth to other claimants like late Agapito Bonson whose OCT 40875 had been issued which connotes that former delegate of the Malolos Constitution who died before World War II had rose from his grave to be able to register his land holdings OCT 4085 in the year 1964;

13. That in the later part of 1962, a vaudeville court proceedings between the PHHC, represented by the Office of the Solicitor General for and in behalf of the Republic of the Philippines under LRC/Civil Case No. 997-P in CFI Branch 28, Pasig City, born in the open, Eulalio Ragua, the holder of OCT 632, and the heirs of Mariano Severo Tuazon and the J.M. Tuazon and Co. Inc., the holder of OCT 735, both Titles embracing 4,399,322 square meters in Culiat, Quezon City, now Diliman, Quezon City where different interest like the Quezon City Hall, Philippine Science High School, Quezon Memorial Circle, Visayas Avenue, the Quezon Memorial Park and Wildlife, the UP Village on going project, the East Triangle and West Triangle where the Philam Homes has been situated, the on-going Project 6 Housing project, the on-going Vasha Village, the U.S. veterans Memorial Hospital, the Department of Agriculture and Commerce, the Bureau of Land and Forestry, the Philippine Sugar Regulatory Commission, the general Auditing Office, the Philippine Virginia Tobacco Administration, the Department of Transportation and Telecommunication, the U.P. building, the newly developed Pag-asa Village, the San Francisco Elementary School, the Philippine Veterans Village and the Project 7, the on-going Mindanao Subdivision, the Bago bantay Resettlement Housing Project, and fourth and fifth of the North Triangle of the Phil-Am Life Home Housing Project, particularly in the person of Eulalio Ragua had enable to file

similar complaint over the same subject matters against the government cohorts in the said moro-moro proceedings in the RTC of Quezon City under Civil Case No. 119 considering they are party in interest in this proceedings under LRC/Civil Case No. 997 since 1962 which was consolidated under LRC/Civil Case No. 3957-P by the Motion of the Solicitor General, now under CFI Branch 28, Pasay City, on the ground that in this Sala has fewer cases pending unlike in the Sala of the CFI in the Province of Rizal in Pasig has a tremendous big back load of both civil and criminal cases that may reach two centuries before the case have reach into judgment if not these some other cases, like the case at bar will not be heard in this Sala.

14. Correspondingly, the Honorable Solicitor General Felix Makasiar had enable to gain Court Resolution by way of his Motion filed in the said Quezon City CFI stopping the said CFI Judge to hear the Civil Case No. C-119 to prevent the illicit exploitation of Philippine Judicial System for personal whims and duplicity of Court action and Decision that may estope the interest of the National Government in as much as those respondent-plaintiffs and oppositors are persons of the nature and interest with the same identities who have the same subject matters under this LRC/Civil Case No. 997, now LRC/Civil Case 3957-P. The suspension over the proceeding under Civil Case No. C-119 responsive to the petitions of the Honorable Solicitor General had been granted by the said CFI Court in Quezon City, then.

Along this line in the above stated case, this Court can consider that Tallano-Tagean legal action never rested, as manifested by LRC/Civil Case No. 997 later 3957-P and the monumental historic circumstances aforementioned where the relentless effort of the lawful owners, the Tagean-Tallano have stretched their effort for more than four (4) centuries of struggles in defending their sacred lands, not only for the clans but their noble ends is for the entire Filipino people toward sound and stable economic prosperity of the country, yet, disregarding the issue of abandoning their interest over the land that drive the concept the original land owner became tolerant for quite sometime opening the Pandora’s box to attain the constituted laches. Indeed, delay in asserting one’s right before a court of justice to recover his possession and ownership over the land is strongly inadmissible for lack of merit of his claim, since it is clearly a human nature for a person to be timid to enforce his right when the same is coerced and threatened or invaded by excessive influential force and abusive authority in this government of selected few, thus, he has never stopped by laches from questioning the ownership of the land in question, more specifically now where the City of Manila and its suburbs are under siege of military men of this administration to advance the interest of their cohorts in the Real Estate Industry over the forthcoming suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus. Very clearly, a Title once registered under the Torrens System of land registration can not be defeated, even by adverse, open and notorious possession or by laches. By tradition, registered Title under the Torrens System can not be defeated by prescription. It is a universal acceptance, the Title of the land once registered under the Torrens System, is sufficient notice to the whole world because such action is an action in Rem. All concern including the government and its agencies should take notice of this rule, that no one can plead by reason of ignorance of registration. What many times the law had declared and by the opinion of known luminaries and judge of Philippine Courts in regard to the acquisition of Title to real property by adverse possession is not applicable to the land, its true owners never resisted to assert their ownership over the land equipped with registered Land Title under the Torrens System in consonance with the provisions of the Land Registration Act 496, which clearly cited in a case, Corporation de PP Agustinos vs. Crisostomo, 32 Phil 427 (1915).

The law have admittedly say that not even the national government may acquire the land in question owned by private person by way of prescription even if to the extent of taking the land for roads and highways or infrastructures by reason of Eminent Domain, the Title thereof could not be transferred to the government, which held under the case of Herrera vs. Auditor General 102, Phil, 875 (1958) and in Alfonso vs. Pasay City Government, 106, Phil, 1017 (1960) that such registered property can not be lost to

the government by prescription and the owner is entitled to be paid of the price thereof as prescribed by our 1935 Constitution Section 2 of Article III (Bill of Rights).

Even if the prescription law over the registered land under Torrens System can not guarantee it all from evil attempts, still this court remain proudly believe on its uncowed determination and judgment that the rule must stand vigorously against anyone nevertheless how painful it may seem, for the sake of sound stability of our Land Registration System and for sound judicial system. Let us face and fight nevertheless such abusive laws, unlawful conducts and acts orchestrated by the oligarch government leaders of this generation. We maintained the doctrine that the registered owner under the Torrens System has an absolute right to recover possession of the registered property is highly equally imprescriptible, while possession over the land is only a consequence of ownership, thereby, it should be likewise unavailing against the latter’s hereditary successors, because actually they merely step into the shoes of the decedent by operation of the law, see Stun, et. al., vs. Nunez, et. al., 97 Phil. 762 (1955).

Today, in this circumstances and in the case at bar, could not be given due consideration as a valid defense of the herein oppositors and not even the government for claiming ownership of the same subject land which has been registered in the name of Tallano-Tagean under the Torrens System for quite some time for seventy years now, that prescription will not lie upon, neither that laches could be regarded and make available as lawful defense which was furtherly clarified in a case, Dela Cruz vs. Dela Cruz, CA-G.R. No. 18060-R (August 30, 1950).

WHEREFORE, in view of the Motion for the Resolution of Separate Decision with Compromise Agreement as submitted by the Republic of the Philippines thru its Hon. Solicitor General, the same has been granted and both owner and duplicate copies of the lost original of OCT No. T-01-4 has been considered reconstituted with the same force and effect for and in favor of the Heirs of Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean Tallano and/or his successor in interest, subject to the following terms and conditions as herein stipulated by both proponents, here namely:

1. That the Republic of the Philippines thru its then President, His Excellency Diosdado Macapagal, along with his then Hon. Secretary of Justice Salvador Marino, and now had adopted by His Excellency President Ferdinand E. Marcos along with his Solicitor General, representing as Legal Counsel of the Republic of the Philippines waived its right over the land that has been presently found public land or Titled Land but from fraudulent source or fraudulent in character to and in favor of the heir of the late Prince Julian Macleod Tallano or to his heir or his successor in interest, Prince Julian Morden Tallano, on the conditions that the land emancipated to the farmers-beneficiaries of the government land reform programs should be recognized and wellrespected free from any taint or maneuver of illegality or conversion of any party whatsoever into commercial or other purposes than the objectives of the land reform program, the said subject land, otherwise in case of breach over the conditions, should be recalled to and in favor of the owner, Tagean-Tallano Clan to secure the interest of the Filipino farmer-beneficiaries;

2. That all land covered by agricultural land reform should be preserved for the interest of the farmers and of the government, and only unpaid payments due to the land owner out of the

expropriation proceedings should be paid to the eligible beneficiaries, the Heirs of the late Prince Julian Macleod Tallano;

3. That all lands occupied by government structures, either national or local, the same should be saved for the interest of public domain in the form of donation;

4. That all lands reserved for National Parks, hospital and military camps prior, under and after the administration of His Excellency Ferdinand E. Marcos, the same should be conserved, except

when subject properties would be subjected to a commercial use, said land should be reverted to the lawful owner, The Tagean-Tallano clan;

5. That the government should extend authority firmly and its cooperation to the herein lawful owner in pursuing their claims to Sabah and (Tagean) Kalayaan Islands to the extent of seeking from the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice in order to secure our national interest and sovereignty against eventually or invasion;

6. That the government, national or local, should conserve environmental interest of the archipelago by instilling an appropriate law and ordinance, otherwise, when failed, the lawful heirs have the rights to pursue the same by putting up restrictions for prevention of hazard to the affected areas either the sea, forest, rivers, mountains, or valleys;

7. That the lawful heirs have the right to recall the land designated to the farmers or intended beneficiaries when said paramount purpose of the government defies or virtually diverted into a commercial interest for its cohorts and or only when said Land Reform and Urban Land Reform for the benefits of other party or parties other than those beneficiaries, the Filipino farmers;

8. Ordering the Honorable Register of Deeds of the towns, cities and provinces where the land is located and/or directly the Honorable Register of Deeds of the Province of Rizal, Hon. Register of Deeds of Pasay, Hon. Register of Deeds of Manila to adopt the reconstituted owner and duplicate copies of the Land Title OCT No. T-01-4 in the issuance of expediency TCT (s) for and in favor and in behalf of the late Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean Tallano and his heirs and assigns including the issuance of expediency Titles to protect the Filipino people under the Torrens System law;

9. Ordering the National Government, Office of the President of the Philippines and his staffs, the National Treasurer and his staffs, the Solicitor General and his staffs and the Governor of the Central Bank to relocate the remaining inventory balance of 400,000 metric tons of gold nuggets own by the Royal Family, the Tagean-Tallano family, and, when relocated, return the same to the vaults of the Central Bank for the interest of the Filipino people to serve as U.S. dollar reserves required by the IMF and the World banks, while that 5% of that 1% of the required royalty fee which was unpaid starting in the year 1969 to the present and to its succeeding years until the precious metals has been withdrawn based on the prevailing market price should be paid directly to the authorized Heir, Prince Julian Morden Tallano.

10. That the government buying prices o the subject land from the Tagean-Tallano family should be subjected to the following quotations, hereunder:

11. And that petition of the Republic of the Philippines for Re-conveyance and Quieting/and for Annulment of all the Titles that has been issued from owner Certificate of Title No. 01 to OCT 100,000, particularly these OCT No. 2573, OCT 291, OCT 160, OCT 994, OCT 547, OCT 632, OCT 498, OCT 529, OCT 393, OCT 339, OCT 333, OCT 360, OCT 614, OCT 543, OCT 448, OCT 408, OCT 409,OCT 414, OCT 222, OCT 466, OCT 779, OCT 540, OCT 777,OCT 746, OCT 4085, OCT 730,OCT 735,OCT 4136, OCT 280, OCT 844, OCT 331, OCT 374, OCT 0-14, OCT 111, OCT 085, OCT No.2 up to OCT 100,000 andincluding OCT 820, which are considered and declared null and void ab initio, and cancelled en toto from the beginning, has been granted.

12. Ordering the Hon. Register of Deeds of the place where the said Land Titles in OCT had been issued to cancel the same, and the subject land covered therein by these Original Certificate of Titles should be reconveyed and be transferred to and in favor of Prince Lacan Acuna Tallano (Tagean) or to his successor in interest, Prince Julian Morden Tallano;

13. Thereby ordering the Hon. Register of Deeds of the Province of Bulacan and/or Manila, Honorable Register of Deeds of Caloocan, Hon. Register of Deeds of Rizal, Hon. Register of Deeds of Pasay, Hon. Register of Deeds Makati, Hon. Register of Deeds of Batangas, Hon. Register of Deeds of Cavite, Hon. Register of Deeds of Laguna, and Hon. Register of Deeds of the Towns, Cities and Municipalities in Luzon, Bicol, Palawan, Mindoro, Visayas and Mindanao to reconvey the lands that have been covered by OCT No. 01-4 in the name of Don Hermogenes R. Rodriguez to and in favor of Prince Lacan Acuna Tallano (Tagean) and the lost original and owner’s duplicate copies of the said reconstituted OCT No. 01-4 should be issued to and in favor of Prince Lacan Acuna Tallano (Tagean) married to Princess Rowena Ma. Elizabeth Overbeck Macleod, and/or to his successor in interest, Prince Julian Morden Tallano, single, Filipino, a resident of No. 654, Mariane Ave., Villa Gloria Subdivision, Angeles City, Philippines.

14. Ordering both Bureau of Land and its Survey Division to reconstruct and/or restore all relevant documents, records, microfilm and corresponding Plan PSU 2031 and Plan II-69 to and in favor of said Prince Lacan Acuna (Tagean) Tallano or for and in the name of his successor in interest, Prince Julian Morden Tallano.

15. Ordering the Honorable Register of Deeds of Manila, Cavite, Laguna, Pasay and of the Province of

Rizal in Pasig to segregate the land covered by TCT No. T-408 under the Plan PSSU 2031 containing an area of 125,326 hectares for and in the name of Don Gregorio Madrigal Acop.

16. Ordering the Hon. Register of Deeds of Bulacan to segregate the land area of 271,276 hectares covered by said TCT No. T-498, which was been neglected to segregate from said OCT No. T-01-4 from mother Title OCT No. T-01-4, should be segregated and its corresponding TCT be issued in favor of the following persons:

a) That the land in Taguig including land area in Fort William McKinley consisting of 2,212 hectares more or less, for a total of 3,370 hectares should be segregated and that corresponding TCT should be issued to and in favor of Prince Julian Morden Tallano;

b) That around 300 hectares from Fort William McKinley, part and portion of 2,212 hectares, should be segregated and its Title be issued to and in favor of the late Servillano Aquino from its TCT No. T-408 of its derivative OCT No. T-01-4 or to his heir Senator Benigno Aquino who divulged the evilness of the LRC and the Bureau of Lands;

c) That around 300 hectares from Taguig should be segregated and its corresponding TCT should be issued to and in favor of the heir of said Tiagong Tabak, his real is Don Santiago Taguig Almojera who defended the area of Taguig, Paranaque, and Las Pinas against Spanish Soldiers, from its TCT No. T-408 of its derivative OCT No. T-01-4;

d) That around 400 hectares portion of 2,212 hectares of the Fort William McKinley should be segregated and its corresponding Transfer Certificate of Title from TCT No. T-408 of its derivative OCT No.T-01-4 be issued to the beneficiaries and heirs of the World War II, Korean War and South Vietnam war veterans;

e) That as part of consideration of the heirs of the true owner to all lawyers of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines who continuously fighting against this despotic government supporting the true essence of justice under democracy, an area around 200 hectares, portion of Fort McKinley should be segregated and its corresponding TCT should be issued to the Integrated Bar of the Philippines, its benefits should be for its officers and members who are determined to fight for justice under the tenet of genuine democracy;

f) That an area of 1,200 hectares in Bacoor, Cavite should be segregated and its corresponding TCT from TCT No. T-408 of its derivative OCT No. T-01-4 should be issued to the cousin of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, certain Leonora Roxas who is married to Don Feliciano Cuevas of Bacoor, Cavite;

g) That an area of 3,640 hectares in San Juan del Monte and Mandaluyong should be segregated and its corresponding TCT from TCT No. T-408 of its derivative OCT No. T-01-4 be issued to and in the name of the late Don Juan Ejercito and/or to his successor in interest, the couple of Engineer Emilio Ejercito and Mary Marcelo Ejercito of San Juan, Greater Manila Area;

h) That an area of 2,000 hectares in Meycauayan, Bulacan and its corresponding TCT from TCT No. T-408 be issued to and in favor of Dona Mary Marcelo Ejercito as a gift her grandfather-in-law , Don Juan Ejercito, for consideration as most outstanding sanitary engineer of the Marikina Valley Mining Company in the year 1916 to 1936, for his noble contribution and heroism who totally stopped the supposed flash floods that saved the lives of 200,000 people in the City of Manila and its suburbs from the said mining dam during the heavy rain in the year 1921;

i) That an area of 271,276 hectares evidenced by TCT No. T-498 be segregated from OCT No. T-01-4 for the segregation of an area of 340 hectares (which was corrected from 1,340 hectares) in Malabon and another 600 hectares (likewise corrected from 1,600 hectares) in Navotas for a total of 940 hectares should be segregated and its corresponding Title from this derivative Title TCT No. T-498 should be issued to and in favor of Don Francisco Maysilo (who served as financier of the clan) or to his successor in interest.

j) That an area of 300 hectares in Bilibid Viejo, San Miguel, Quiapo, Manila portion of TCT No. T-408 from OCT No. T-01-4 be segregated and be issued its corresponding Title to and in favor of Atty. Benito Legarda and his heirs or assigns who served the Royal family as legal counsel of the Estate;

k) That an area of 7.4 hectares situated MIA-Sucat Road situated in Bo. Sto. Nino, Paranaque, Rizal where the on-going construction of this proposed government building be segregated and its corresponding TCT be issued from TCT No. T-408 its derivative OCT No. T-01-4 to and in favor of Prince Julian Morden Tallano or his successor in interest;

l) Ordering the Honorable Register of Deeds of Quezon City and/or Bulacan to segregate an area of fifty (50) hectares portion of 271,276 hectares of TCT 498 and its corresponding Land

Title be issued to the Iglesia Ni Cristo embracing the INC Central to prevent from any further land dispute in the future.

m) Ordering the National Government and the local government of the Dadiangas and/or General Santos town to reconvey some 750 hectares of commercial lot within town proper of said town;

17. Ordering the national Government, its agencies and instrumentalities, including the Department of Justice and its Honorable Solicitor General to respect the imprescriptibility clause of this Decision with Compromise Agreement against Five (5) years prescription period of Execution for the new issuance of the lost original and owner’s duplicate copies of the reconstituted OCT No. 01-4 and its expedients Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-408 and TCT No. T-498, if ever these two (TCT) have been reconstituted, considering that the issuance of reconstituted copies of subject OCT and its TCT No. T-408 and TCT No. T-498 are indispensable in the availability of funds for the payment of taxes, which, the sources of said funds have been sourced directly

from the P3 Billion pesos and its interest of 7& per annum for 30 years ending on December 31, 1998 to be paid by the National Government as Accumulated Damages to the Tallano-Tagean clans over the estate as one among the conditions specified in this Decision with Compromise agreement. While the payment of the government to the clan originated in the year 1961 with ten (10) years grace period ending December 31, 1971 with an interest of seven (7%) per annum. But to no avail as part of this stipulation said payment has been extended for another 28 years ending December 31, 1998 where partial payment of P2 Billion pesos in the form of Land Bank Bond Certificate dated 1968 for another 30 years moratorium had attained also ending December 31, 1998. Clearly, the payments of the National Government will be started on January 1, 1999 where the reckoning date for the five (5) years prescription should be on that on the same date, January 1, 1999; provided the government will observe religiously its payment, that as well as no prescription period on the part of the Estate to collect said payment of damages from the government.

18. Ordering the National Treasury or its Depository Bank, Philippine National Bank, Land Bank of the Philippines or the Prudential Bank to release the P1 billion in cash which is due and demandable to date to the Tagean-Tallano clan represented by its heir Prince Julian Morden Tallano, as part of the damages sustained by the family over their lands and their crops from million of mango fruit-bearing trees and other orchard plants bulldozed and destroyed by the Department of Public Works and Highways and by their cohorts Real Estate Developers.

19. Ordering the National Government, the Department of Agriculture and its succeeding concern government agency to waive, reconvey and transfer its possession including its corresponding Title when available over the 4 lots and the whole Crisostomo Estate consisting of 3,735 hectares in Cabanatuan and Sta. Rosa to and in favor of the late Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean or to his successor in interest, Prince Julian Morden Tallano, or to his heirs or assigns.

20. Ordering the other government agency and the Bureau of Lands in Baguio City including the City Government of Baguio to assist the land owner to recover their land in Green Valley and their land in Sto.Tomas, Benguet which is under the unlawful detaineer of certain Vicente Adiwang, the farm helper, certain Gregorio Quesubeng, the tenant of the land owner, consisting of 500 hectares of raw land, including some 3,700 hectares in Camp Jonhay to facilitate segregation and its corresponding Land Title be issued to and in the name of late Mateo Carino or his heirs for an area of 700 hectares.

21. Ordering all authorities, the member of Integrated National Police, the member of PC, the member of Philippine Army, member of Marine Force and the member of the National Bureau of Investigation, and authorities form part of the AFP the Sheriff of the town/cities and officials of Barrio Government Units where the lands are located to respect this Decision and extend assistance to the land owner or their legal counsel toward relocation and recovery and fencing of the subject lands within your localities.

22. Ordering the National Government, its concern agencies, the Bureau of Land, the Land Registration Commission assigned in Mindanao including the Hon. Register of Deeds of the areas where the lands are situated covering the whole area from of Cotabato, Jolo and Sulu to segregate said area from its mother Plan II-69, and its corresponding TCT, its derivative Land Title is OCT 01-4, be issued to and in the name of with the word: MUSLIM BROTHERS AND SISTERS OF Mindanao, to stop civil war in the Mindanao area which is the root cause of that strife, where such ancestral lands as legacy of the King Luisong Tagean Tallano have been abused but now it be instituted, exercised and implemented without delay in favor of his Muslim descendants.

23. Ordering the Hon. Register of Deeds of the Province of Rizal in Pasig and/or Makati, including Hon.Register of Deeds of the City of Manila and Hon. Register of Deeds of the Province of Nueva Ecija in Cabanatuan to reconvey, transfer the following lands, here namely: to and in the name of Prince Lacan Acuna Tagean Tallano or to his heir Prince Julian Morden Tallano:

A. For the City of Manila, land under CLRO, Cadastral Record 302, from Expediente Cadastral No. 62 under Certificado de Titulo de Transferencia No. 26727, CLRO Record No. 786 in the name of Benita Manotoc y Lerma, under Lot No. 60, Block No. 2918, of an area of 31,567 square meters and seventy square decimeter; Lot No. 62 of CLO Record No. 786 also in the name of Benita Manotoc y Lerma with an area 49,300 square meters and ten (10) square decimeters; Lot No. 68, CLRO 786 also in the name of Benita Manotoc y Lerma with an area of 1,957.30 square meters, more or less; Lot under Cad. No. 13 containing an area 30,000 square meters, more or less;

B. For the Province of Rizal in Pasig and/or in Makati situated in Taguig, Paranaque and Pasay City; all lots under Expediente No. 2484 in the name of Dona Dolores y Casal also in the name of Hacienda Maricaban under Decree No. 1368 containing an area of 25,743,514.75 square meters, more or less or 2,574 hectares and 3,514.75 square meters previously under Civil case No. 119 of the CFI of Quezon City.

24. Ordering the Hon. Register of Deeds of Quezon City to reconvey the land with an area of 4,399.322 square meters, more or less under alleged Plan II-4816 which was previously under Civil Case No. 119 of the CFI of Quezon City allegedly evidenced by OCT No. 362 by virtue of this Decision with Compromise Agreement which the claimant for this land was barred by Stature of Limitation and of Compromise Agreement and the corresponding Land Title be issued to and in favor of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano or his heir Prince Julian Morden Tallano.

25. Lot along and situated in the Capital Site and Fairview Avenue, and NAWASA EQUADUCT bounded on the East by Commonwealth Ave., on the South by Republic Avenue and the proposed B. F. Homes Housing Projects and of Sitio Commonwealth, Barangay Diliman of then Caloocan City, now Quezon City, containing an area of 1,205 hectares and three thousand (3,000) square meters.

26. Ordering the Hon. Register of Deeds in Nueva Ecija in Cabanatuan City to reconvey the Crisostomo Estate under Decree No. 347312, under Plan II-11288, and lot situated in Bo. Bagnoy, Barrio Soledad Municipality of Sta. Rosa containing an area of 131.79 hectares and another lot, Lot-2, Lot-3, under Plan II-11288 situated in Gregorio Crisostomo, and Vitas in Cabanatuan City containing an area of 3,250 hectares, and another lot, Lot No. 4 of Plan II-11288 situated in Bo. San Gregorio, Sta. Rosa, Nueva Ecija with an area of 1,217 hectares, more or less; and its corresponding TCT also be issued to and in favor of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano or his heir Prince Julian Morden Tallano, allocating therefrom an area of 100 hectares from Lot No. 2 and be segregated and its corresponding TCT be issued to the Compadre of Mr. Benito Tallano, the incumbent Governor Eduardo Joson or his heirs;

27. Ordering the Hon. Register of Deeds of Rizal in Pasig to reconvey and its corresponding Title TCT of land with an area of 32,322 hectares, more or less, be issued to Don Gregorio Madrigal Acop and his heir Julian Morden Tallano under an allege TCT No. 8037 in the name of Fortunato Santiago married to Maria Pantanilla Santiago;

28. Ordering the Hon. Register of Deeds of the City of Manila to cancel OCT No. 8349 under Special Patent No. 969, and its subsequent TCT that was issued in the name of Land Bank recently, said TCT No. 101002 on May 5, 1970, which was null and void ab initio including its Title thereto which was barred by the Decision with Compromise Agreement, and said land under said

barred OCT 8349, TCT No. 101002 and its subsequent Land Title should be reconveyed and its corresponding Land Title be issued to and in favor of Don Madrigal Acop or to his assigned heir, Prince Julian Morden Tallano, considering that the same subject land under LRC/Civil Case No. 3957-P, where the other claimant, Fortunato Santiago married to Maria Pantanilla Santiago, who presented said document under Plan II-69, Lot 1, and Lot 2, had never succeed under this proceedings by reason of PRIUS TEMPORI PORTIUR JURI and by reason of that Null and Void ab initio, no force and effect;

29. Defiance to this Decision by anybody, a corresponding arrest and imprisonment should be enforced by virtue of the Contempt of Court, and, stiffer penalties should be charged.

30. That the only authorize executor over Deed of Absolute Sale, Conveyance Deed of Donations, Contract to Sell involving the Estate is the lawful successor in interest of Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, Don Gregorio Madrigal Acop, and Benito A. Tallano in the person of Prince Julian Morden Tallano, provided, the consideration should not be lower than the 30 % of the prevailing market value, its initial required down payment, if any there be, in the absence of 100% cash down payment consideration should not be lower than the 10% of the 30% of the prevailing market value. However, in the absence of the herein specified lawful heirs, his eligible wife, qualified to suite the requirements set forth by his predecessor, Don Esteban Benitez Tallano, who mus t be a graduate of a four year course, passed the Professional Regulatory or anygovernment Board Examination, born under the Zodiac sign of either Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn or Gemini, whose name should be identical to late Princess Rowena Maria Elizabeth Overbeck Macleod, whose mentality is highly positive with exerted efforts of cooperation and determination for the Estate, and her characteristics is with high turpitude free of untainted chastity being a genuine maiden lady, who earned by the Order of this Court the similar Title of

Princess to serve as with the noble Title with true love and worthy services for the Prince or any of his children, provided their lawful ages should of no less than 24 years of age.

Let this Decision with Comrpomise Agreement be enforced enjoining all concern private persons and government authorities herein specified and everybody, natural or juridical person, to observe and address this Decision with Compromise Agreement observing the imprescriptibility period clause over its execution or issuance of its required original and duplicate copies of OCT 01-4 including its TCT No. T-408 and TCT No. T-498 and including the withdrawal of the deposited gold bullion from any government body, within and/or outside the archipelago, either a member of United Nations or any League of Foreign Nations, Federations as long as within the bond and jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice to serve for the interest of the lawful beneficiaries of late Prince Julian Macleod Tallano and the whole Filipino people in general, otherwise, anyone who defies this Order shall be dealt accordingly with the fullest force of the law.

SO ORDERED.

PASAY CITY, FEBRUARY 4, 1972.

(SIGNED) JUDGE ENRIQUE A. AGANA

Presiding Judge

And ordering the elements in this Writ of Execution, Possession and Demolition with the Integrated National Police, the Philippine Constabulary, the officials of Local and Barangay Government Units in the areas including the Metropoitan Command in the Greater Manila to coordinate with Branch Deputy Sheriff Herminio Ubana and his Deputized Sheriffs and Law enforcement authority to take over all the properties herein mentioned and demolish any

structures which were the subject matter of the above entitled sovereign Order , Entered pursuant to Decree of 01-4, protocol by virtue of the Supreme Order of the Royal Crown of England, and in accordance with the order of the Royal Audiencia de Manila, under date of 17th day of January 1764, issued at the Province of Manila, Philippine Islands, in a case No. 571 of said Court. LRA compromise Agreement 3957-P, “JUDICIAL IN REM”, for and in favor of the said True owner, to recover all properties found nationwide to the undersigned.

Let this W R I T O F E X E C U T I O N , P O S S E S S I O N AND D E M O L I T I O N be executed accordingly.

AFFIANT/ OWNER:

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN, as my DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITY OF THIS NATIVE LAND “ANG LUPANG HINIRANG”, AND BY THE POWER VESTED IN ME of the ALMIGHTY FATHER, I AFFIXED MY SIGNATURE BELOW, on this LENT SEASON, 23RD, day of the Lord, of the Month of FEBRUARY, 2010, done at the Royal Castle, Pala-o, Iligan City, Mindanao, Kingdom of Filipina Hacienda.

(SIGNED)

HRM QUEEN REGENT SALVACION LEGASPI Y ESPIRITU SANTO

QUEEN OF HER MAGISTRATE KINGDOM OF FILIPINA HACIENDA

QUEEN OF FLOWER/QUEEN OF LIGHT

QUEEN OF HER MOTHERLAND

QUEEN OF POWER OF FILIPINO FAITH

QUEEN OF SALVATION/QUEEN OF THE SOUTH

CHAIRMAN/PRES., UNITED HUMANITARIAN ORG. PH.

ALPHA AND OMEGA

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto affixed our signatures at the City of Iligan, Lanao Del Norte, Philippines, Kingdom of FILIPINA HACIENDA, this 19th of the Lord’s day, January of 2010.

Doc. No. ____________;

Page No. ____________;

Book No. ____________;

Series of 2010

KINGDOM OF FILIPINA HACIENDA, Royal Castle, 11th St., Pala-o, Iligan City