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Renting a Land Temporarily?

By: Elena Grace Flores
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Corporate or association owned properties are subject to certain laws of the land in the Philippines. There are things to consider like zoning, building code, construction regulations and taxation plus many more. Before negotiating for a long-term or short term lease, know these things especially when renting a land temporarily. Read them here:

Property ownership for corporations (Third of six part series)

By: MST News

What are the rights and restrictions of private corporations or associations organized under the Philippine laws in acquiring and owning real property in the Philippines?

Private Corporations or associations organized under the laws of the Philippines 60% of the capital of which is owned by Filipinos are entitled to acquire and own private lands in the Philippines.

Land use inside a private subdivision must follow the policies imposed by the homeowners association. This is for the protection of the homeowners and all the land users around the village and adjacent areas. There must be right of way, easement and other protocols that must be followed to be able to live harmoniously with each other.

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