A brief guide to help you assess what you’re planning to buy, whether personal goods (i.e. motor vehicles, gifts) or real property (i.e. condo, land).
What’s in a name, goes the Shakespearean play, and it goes on to say that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. In the Philippine jurisdiction, a name could mean open doors of opportunity, like if your surname is Zobel or Ayala. It could also pave the way for a career in politics, especially if the family name has held favorable elective posts, like Pimentel. On the other hand it could spell trouble – Barretto, anyone?
H: Welcome to Spotlight, Kremheild Real! Can I call you Krem? How’s it going? K: Sure, no worries! I’m doing great! Thank you for having me here. H: You’re a licensed Real Estate Broker. What does it mean to be one, and what services can you provide that regular sales persons or agents cannot?K: A […]
One of the proudest moments of my legal career was when I served as an intern at the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO for short). I was an incoming senior law student then, and we were made to choose firms or agencies to earn internship hours from. My classmates mostly chose big, fancy law firms in […]
A few days ago, the country was faced with the prospect of nine-year-old children in conflict wiith the law (child criminals, loosely speaking) spending years in jail, for crimes committed under special penal laws and the Revised Penal Code, thanks to the new bill being finalized and debated on by the House of Representatives amending […]