Sale of PNR property set; occupants checked

>> Saturday, March 19, 2016

By Aileen P. Refuerzo

BAGUIO CITY – The disposition of the Philippine National Railway properties in three barangays in the city has started.
Mayor Mauricio Domogan and city council lands committee chair Councilor Leandro Yangot Jr. last week sent requests to PNR general manager Joseph Allan Dilay to facilitate the plan particularly in the PNR properties at Marcoville and San Roque barangays.
The two officials wrote Dilay last Feb. 3 for consent to conduct an actual subdivision survey and structural survey of lots and structures within the PNR property at Marcoville barangay.
The surveys will serve to identify the actual area occupied by the members of the United Marcoville Barangays Residents Association who, according to the city officials, have signified willingness to procure the lots.
The members have been occupying the lots located within the 4,770 square meter coverage of Special Patent No. 3544 for almost five decades now.
The sale of the lots will be in accordance with the provisions of Executive Order No. 48 which declared PNR’s non-core properties as socialized housing sites.
  For the San Roque property, Domogan and Yangot sought the exclusion of the lot allocated to one Elenel Paez Jr. from the survey plan of the property sold to the San Roque Homeowners Association just to facilitate the processing and approval by the Land Registration Administration.
The said lot is a subject of a court case and has been the cause of delay in the completion of the sale of the lots to the qualified beneficiaries.
“The members of the (association) have nothing to do with the case of (Paez).  It is not fair to them if their subdivision plan will not be processed because of the case of the said person,” the officials told Dilay.
A lot of the members have paid the agreed selling price but they cannot get their titles because of the case.

Intervention will also be made for the San Luis homeowners, most of whom the mayor said have also paid in full the agreed consideration but were still not issued titles due to lack of requirements on the part of PNR.


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