Untransferred Deed of sale
16. August 2016
Please explain further. A deed of sale is one of the documents required to cobnfirm that a sale has taken place. It is normally the instrument that records the price paid and any conditions of sale, such as “AS IS” or “x months warranty on motor transmission etc, but not including tires”
Transfer is complete when the document is signed by both parties who each have an original copy. In simple transfers it can be the sole instrument of sale. However with some items such as property, vehicles or stocks and shares it requires the title, ownership papers or the financial instruments to be attached, the title deed may not have actually been transferred, but is available to the purchaser.
It is not legal until both parties have signed and have their witnessed original copy and the attachments mentioned above are included.
Can one’s visa be cancelled? i only heard about downdrading. In fact, I have a 9g visa section missionary. however, after the separation with my congregation i exit on May 31 to renew my passport then return to the philippines with a round trip ticket knowing that i was no longer part of the congragation and i had to enter the philippines as tourist. I just wanted to be prudent in case the congragtion filed the processus for downgrading. However, upon my arrival at Nino Aquino Airport on july 04 2016, i was told that my 9g visa was still valid. the following week, july 11 i went to the immigration to downgrade my 9g to 9a in order to apply for another employment visa with another employer. right after cancelling my ACR and presenting all the required documents i was told that my previous employer already stated the process for cancellation of my visa after our separation since june 6, 2016 after my departure. but my new employer is willing to apply for the new employment visabut still can’t do that as the cancellation process from my previous employer is still underway since june 6. why is it too long? what should I do to start working for my new company? Am i going to exit again if the my 9g visa came to be cancelled according the process of my former employer? there is no ground to cancel that 9g, it looks like he just wanted to make the cancellation faster so that i may not come back to the philippines, it was just a kind of jalousy to not see me get a neww job with a high salary in his country. may i just report that attitude to the immigration ? what should i do to continu my own downgrading process given the fact that i already have the letter of separation issued by that congragation? thank you.
13. August 2016
Read my response in comments. I would only add that visa cancellation is the correct way to go when you have separated from your employer and left the country. In the case of employment and student visas it is not a negative, unless the reasons for separation are as I mentioned in the comment. These visa are being cancelled all the time because of their nature.
how much is the cost for PNP clearance of newly transferred ownership
12. August 2016
300 pesos if you get it done at the pnp and the waiting period is three days.
They say it can be done at the LTO for 600 and on the same day, but I could find nothing on the site that clearly stated that.
I may be worth your while to visit and ask, if your LTO is nearby.
Do i need to pay again the cost for the new plate? I already paid the supposed new plate last year and haven’t receive till now.
12. August 2016
Retain your receipt and you won’t have to pay for the plate again it is not an annual charge. In fact depending on your circumstances you may be entitled a refund.
Read this Manila Times article from last year.
Depending on the reason that new plates were required you could be looking at a refund.
how much cost for register a motor?and how much cost 1 month penalty
fees, life philippines, penalties, registration of MV, renewal of registration - 8. August 2016
the cost depends on a number of factors so I am going to treat it as if it is a straight forward renewal of a motor registration that you you registered last year. To find the full range of registration options click on REGO OPTIONS
RENEWAL REGISTRATION FOR ALL CLASSIFICATIONS
Photocopy of Certificate of Registration (CR) and Official Receipt of payment
Appropriate Insurance Certificate of Cover (COC)
Duly accomplished and approved Motor Vehicle Inspection Report (MVIR)
Certificate of Emission Compliance (CEC)
Taxpayer’s Identification Number
1. Proceed to the transaction counters and submit all the required documents to the Evaluator for evaluation and computation of fees.
2. Actual inspection of motor vehicles with duly accomplished MVIR. (This form is available for download here. You can accomplish this form prior to transacting your business at the LTO.)
3. Proceed to the Cashier when your name is called for the necessary fees and obtain an Official Receipt (OR).
4. Proceed to the Releasing Counter when your name is called to obtain the Certificate of Registration (CR), plates, stickers, and other requested documents.
Any Online District / Extension Office
Again the fees vary according to the size and age of the vehicle see these here
The fine for failure to register is 50% of the normal cost to register the vehicle, provided you have not been apprehenbed for failure to register.
PENALTIES RELATED TO MVUC (DELINQUENT REGISTRATION)
Beyond the registration week (based on middle digit)
for motorcycles Php 100.00
other vehicles 200.00
Beyond the registration month but not more than 12 months (based on last digit) 50% of the MVUC rate
Hope that helps