Now that Mam Lovely has got her hacked blogsite back up and running and she is once again untruthfully claiming that our website is all lies, the following recent newspaper articles demonstrate that the many public documents referred to in our blogsite are factual and do tell the truth:
|Republished from the Sunstar Baguio:
Wednesday, October 01, 2008
BUYERS of real-estate properties are warned to be wary doing transactions because they might be dealing with brokers who do not have licenses to sell issued by the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB).
The warning was issued following the HLURB-Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)’s issuance of the list of projects done by subdivision developers or individual, but without certificates of registration or licenses to sell.
This report of the HLURB was used as basis for the submission of a proposed resolution by committee on lands chair Isabelo Cosalan Jr., which seeks to enjoin developers or contractors to apply first for permits and clearances with the city government before conducting business.
The HLURB is the government agency that regulates and monitors development of private lots into subdivisions. The agency sets the requirements and guidelines before one is allowed to sell properties.
Before the HLURB issues a certificate of registration and license to sell, developers are required to first submit among other requirements, a development permit and approved subdivision plan.
The City Government through a City Council resolution, issues a subdivision plan.
Many developers however operate even without complying with requirements of the HLURB resulting to the “proliferation of subdivision developers, contractors and subdivision owners circumventing or outrightly ignoring the law.”
Cosalan said this is a reason why urban problems occur like unsound urban planning, substandard roads and alleys of subdivisions, inadequate public facilities and non-delivery of title to buyers.
With the possibility these developers are endangering the lives of their clients, not to mention their depriving the city of revenues, Cosalan said: “There is a need to warn and discourage would-be real estate from transacting with these violators to avoid future housing/subdivisions related problems legal or otherwise.”
According to him, the City Planning and Development Office and the City Buildings and Architecture Office should spearhead the campaign by issuing notices of violation and refrain from issuing locational clearances, building and excavation permits.
The list of developers, dealers or brokers has existing projects in La Trinidad, Sablan and Tuba.
The partial list of projects without a certificate of registration and license to sell in certain locations are Everest Realty and Development Corporation, Goshen Land Capital Incorporated, TBF, Vicinage Territories Realty Corporation, Megaview Homes Developers, the heirs of Bandonill, BBCC, Engr. Benedictor Fernandez, Cevar Realty and Development Incorporated, BLIST-GETCHA HOA, Brandy co-heirs, Baguio-Benguet Green Meadows Incorporated, Century Builders and Consultants Inc., Piecemeal Developer, Country Yards, Danilo Braulio et al, Everest Realty and Development Corporation, Bayquen Realty, Priscilla Sy, Aeroville Homeowners Association, Easterhill Phases 1 and 2, Allied Design and Construction.
Megalopolis Properties, Fil-Estate, De Francia Development, Milhai Inc., Brixium, Olive Garcia, Paul Piluden, Baguio-Benguet Community Credit Cooperative, Felimon Rimorin, Royal Peninsula, Honeycomb Builders, BHI Centennial Development Inc., Helen Dagdagan, Lexber Inc., Honorio Consolidated Development Cooperative, Na Rae Sung Corp., Dominguez Subdivision, Cordillera Housing Cooperative, Juliet Galvez, various entities selling lots at Kitma, Marcos highway, Fil-Am Realty, Barengville Homeowners Association, Prime Peak, Baguio-Benguet Homeowners Association, BG Asian Pacific Builders and Marcons Builder.
Also included in the list are: Mire Construction, Megaplan, George Dacanay and spouse, Vision Heights Realty, BG Asian Pacific Builders, SLU-SVP Housing Project, LGTM Corporation, among others.
(October 1, 2008 issue)
We have highlighted in red and underlining the references to Mam Lovely´s organizations. It is abundantly clear that both HLURB-CAR and Baguio City Council Committe on Lands Chairperson Isabelo Cosalan are now investigating the operations of Mam Lovely and her CMP housing scam.
We imagine that Isabelo Cosalan will be aiming to protect the best interests of the scammed city hall employees who are now suing Mam Lovely and Judge Abraham Borreta, and also the employees from the city engineer´s office who were scammed by her. We hope that Cosalan will immediately identify to Mayor Bautista the need to have Mam Lovely and BBGMFI stopped from operating in Baguio City and their office padlocked. We also hope that Cosalan will get Mayor Bautista to check what alias name this woman uses for her enrolment in a dentistry course at UB.
For any of you who doubt the truthfulness of the documents identified in our blogsite, it is easy for you to go to the relevant government departments where you can see the documents yourselves and conclude that Mam Lovely is nothing but a compulsive liar.
You could also ask her to provide you with a copy of her marriage certificate to Roehl Mandapat so that you can present these to HLURB-CAR Director Rebecca Torres and Isabelo Cosalan to assist in criminal prosecution for falsification of her registration of BBGMFI and business permit.
Unfortunately, Mam Lovely is unable to provide you with a court anulment document for her previous marriage to Christopher de Vera – it simply does not exist – we have checked – so any Mandapat marriage certificate would evidence the criminal act of bigamy.
We ask Mam Lovely how she is ever going to get her necessary Certificate of Registration and License to Sell when HLURB are now aware of her false identity, which is anotated on her TCTs for the Benguet Green Meadows project site. All buyers need to be aware that she cannot transfer a title to you because the present title is in the name of a false alias name – effectively her land titles have no legal validity and can be voided.
If buyers want their money back all they have to do is file a complaint with HLURB just like several buyers have already done so.
Finally, Mam Lovely, only a falsifying fool attempts to ridicule those who publish the truth and try to help those unfortunate people who have been deceived by your scam. Obtaining government funding using a false alias name is a minimum 25 year sentence. Please also remind your friend Judge Abraham Borreta that he is an accomplice to your criminal activity in connection with Benguet Green Meadows. Even judges get criminal sentences when the public documents that you, Mam Lovely, have executed evidence his undoubted guilt.
Republished from the Baguio Midland Courier, October 12, 2008:
|Dad says 98 real estate projects lack permits|
|by Harley Palangchao|
|Warning to the public has been issued against close to a hundred real estate and subdivision projects in Baguio and nearby Benguet province because the projects are without certificate of registration and license to sell.
The warning was issued by city councilor Isabelo Cosalan Jr. as he proposed a resolution urging these real estate developers, contractors, and subdivision owners to secure the necessary permits from the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) regional office.
Cosalan said that there are around 98 real estate and subdivision projects without certificate of registration and license to sell based on the documents furnished by the HLURB to the city council.
“There is a need to warn and discourage would-be real estate buyers from transacting with these violators to avoid further housing and subdivision-related problems in the future or otherwise. Likewise, there is a possibility of putting the life and properties of clients in danger,” Cosalan said.
He explained that the basis of the HLURB to issue the required certificate of registration and license to sell of a subdivision prior to the selling of residential houses or lots to the public is a development permit and approval of subdivision by the city government.
But Cosalan said that there are still erring individuals or corporations that unduly alter the existing plans and uses of certain communities and zones prescribed by the law.
“The proliferation of subdivision developers, contractors, and subdivision owners circumventing or out-rightly ignoring the law had caused a myriad of urban problems due to unsound urban planning such as housing subdivisions with sub-standard roads and alleys, inadequate facilities, non-delivery of title to buyers and other problems as a result of poor planning,” he said.
Cosalan urged all those concerned with lacking requirements to secure all permits from the HLURB and from the government.