Ajero vs. CA

 

G.R. No. 106720 September 15, 1994

SPOUSES ROBERTO AND THELMA AJERO, petitioners,
vs.
THE COURT OF APPEALS AND CLEMENTE SAND, respondents.


FACTS:

Annie Sand named as devisees petitioners Roberto and Thelma Ajero, private respondent Clemente Sand, Meriam S. Arong, Leah Sand, Lilia Sand, Edgar Sand, Fe Sand, Lisa S. Sand, and Dr. Jose Ajero, Sr., and their children.


Petition for allowance of decedent's holographic will was opposed by Private respondent on the grounds that: neither the testament's body nor the signature therein was in decedent's handwriting; it contained alterations and corrections which were not duly signed by decedent; and, the will was procured by petitioners through improper pressure and undue influence. The petition was likewise opposed by Dr. Jose Ajero. He contested the disposition in the will of a house and lot located in Cabadbaran, Agusan Del Norte. He claimed that said property could not be conveyed by decedent in its entirety, as she was not its sole owner.

Kalaw vs. Relova

 

G.R. No. L-40207 September 28, 1984

ROSA K. KALAW, petitioner,
vs.
HON. JUDGE BENJAMIN RELOVA, Presiding Judge of the CFI of Batangas, Branch VI, Lipa City, and GREGORIO K. KALAW, respondents.

FACTS:


Natividad K. Kalaw’s first written holographic will named ROSA K. Kalaw, her sister as her sole heir. On September 1, 1971, private respondent GREGORIO K. KALAW, claiming to be the sole heir filed a petition before the Court of First Instance for probate of the will. ROSA K. Kalaw opposed probate alleging, in substance, that the holographic Will contained alterations, corrections, and insertions without the proper authentication by the full signature of the testatrix as required by Article 814 of the Civil Code.

SAGRADO LABRADOR vs. CA

IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION TO APPROVE THE WILL OF MELECIO LABRADOR.


SAGRADO LABRADOR vs. CA

G.R. Nos. 83843-44              

April 5, 1990

FACTS:


Melecio Labrador left behind a parcel of land and a holographic will. His heirs were Sagrado, Enrica, Cristobal, Jesus, Gaudencio, Josefina, Juliana, Hilaria and Jovita. Sagrado Labrador filed a petition for the probate of Melecio’s holographic will.

In re will of Ana Abangan (Case Digest)

 

G.R. No. L-13431            November 12, 1919

In re will of Ana Abangan.
GERTRUDIS ABANGAN,
 executrix-appellee,
vs.
ANASTACIA ABANGAN, ET AL., opponents-appellants.

She's Back!

 

 Dear Friends,

She is back! Where'd she come from? Well, long story but to cut it short she has finally found herself. Yep, she lost it- herself like four years ago. Today as the thunders kept rolling and the skies broke into happy tears kissing green leaves leaving brown dry ones to yesterday she met her old self. She felt glee! And she smiled, laughed even. She's learned that life will always be tough and negativity will always be lurking yet in the end, we are our own bestfriends. So she is making a promise to be good to Zen, to forgive her as often as she could just as she would others. For what is there not to be happy about? Life is short! These days it has even become shorter! So onwards to writing about the mystery that LOVE is; beauty that CARING is and HUMILITY that makes sense of everything....

My Weight Loss Journey Part II


So this is Part II of my weight loss journey...
You can read part I here
I promised to share with you how I became medium from extra large so here goes:

1. My diet


Goodbye Rice, goodbye

Seriously I bought a plate with partitions so I could start limiting my rice intake. I used to devour rice like a monster! Like life could not go on without rice 😂. My blood sugar level started to rise because of this and my blood pressure likewise skyrocketed since aside from sweets I was also a salt lover! Too much of the extreme tastes plus I have genes for both hypertension and diabetes. What motivated me to finally cut on the rice? I had scary dizzy spells! Whew, like I was too afraid already to move! So off went white breads and all the dessert I used to binge on. 
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