HLURB GUIDELINES PDF

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Venus De Vera. Venus De Vera Atty. Donn C. Tamayo Engr. Alfredo Gil M. Tan II. Annual Requirements to be submitted within ninety 90 days from the closing of fiscal period. After Election Reports to be submitted within fifteen 15 days from the date of election. In case of failure of elections to be submitted within five 5 days from the date of the failed election. The following shall be submitted within thirty 30 days from the issuance of the certificate of registration:.

Election reports to be within fifteen 15 days from the date of the regular of special election:. The election committee shall call for another election for another election within thirty 30 days from the date of the failed election.

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Checks the completeness of the documents presented and conducts preliminary evaluation 2. Prepares the order of payment. Applicant 3. Pays the necessary registration fee. HOA Unit Head 4. Reviews and evaluates the submitted documents 4. Affixes initials at the Certificate of Registration Regional Director 7. Affixes signature at the Certificate of Registration Registration Officer 8. Pays the necessary filing fee.

Registration Officer 5. HOA Unit Head 6. Presents requisite documents for application for the voluntary dissolution of the association Registration Officer 2.

Receives the approved application 5. Affixes initials at the Certificate of Dissolution. Regional Director 7. Affixes signature at the Certificate of Dissolution Registration Officer 8. Applicant 9. Receives the original copy of the Certificate of Dissolution and its supporting documents. Presents requisite documents for application for the enrollment of the association Registration Officer 2. Reviews and evaluates the submitted documents Registration Officer 5.

Affixes initials at the Certificate of Enrollment. Affixes signature at the Certificate of Enrollment Registration Officer 8. Receives the original copy of the Certificate of Enrollment and its supporting documents. Presents request letter for certification and other requisite documents for its instance Records Officer 2. Client 3. Pays the necessary certification fee. Records Officer 4. Reviews and evaluates the prepared certification as per request of the applicant and compares it with the data at the corporate records of the association, affices initials at the certification Regional Director 6.

Affixes initials at the certification. Records Officer 7. Fills out hte request form in verifyinh the corporate records of the association Records Officer 2. Retrieves the requested coprorate records, asks for an identification card from the client and lends it to him for review and examination Client 3. Photocopies the documents needed to be cerified submits it to the records officer, and returns the corporate records of the association Records Officer 4.

Computes the amount to be paid by the client and prepares the order of payment Client 5. Pays the necessary fees Records Officer 6. Stamps certified true copy and signs all the photocopied documents submitted, relases the certified documents Client 7.

By-Laws — signed by all 5 to 15 incorporators on every page if filed with the articles of incorporation or signed by the majority of the members of the association and duly certified by the majority of the directors and countersigned by the secretary, if filed within one 1 month after the issuance of the certificate of incorporation.

Notarized Written Undertaking by the Incorporators — to change the corporate name in the event that another person, firm or entity has acquired a prior right to the use of said name or one similar to it; and to comply with all the rules and regulations of the HLURB.

Notarized Information Sheet — contains the name of the association, principal office address, list of board of directors and trustees and their addresses, list of officers and their positions.

Notarized List of the Members of the Association — a complete list of the members of the association. Notarized Authorization — written authority of the incorporators for the representative of the association to transact or follow up the application with HLURB.

Notarized List of Officers and Members — stating the nature of their occupancy, whether as owner or tenant. Transfer Certificate of Title — certified true copy of the TCT from the Register of Deeds, issued not later than thirty 30 days before the date of application. Membership Book — contains the list of all original and additional members of the association duly attested to by the secretary of the board.

Minutes Book — contains the minutes of all meetings of members and of the board of directors or trustees. Cash Book — contains the money received and spent by the association. Journal — contains the daily transactions information and contributions of the association.

Ledger — contains the debits and credits information of the association. Compile Resolution Duly signed by the majority of the board and certified correct by the Association Secretary. Teodorico Alonzo Mr. If complete, acknowledges receipt of the application and records it in the logbook.

If there is an opposition to the application, sets a clarificatory conference for the applicant and the oppositors. If defective or incomplete, notifies the applicant on the deficiencies of the documents, either by mail or phone call.

Receives the approved application, records the logbook and prepares the Certificate of Enrollment. Reviews and evaluates the prepared certification as per request of the applicant and compares it with the data at the corporate records of the association, affices initials at the certification. Retrieves the requested coprorate records, asks for an identification card from the client and lends it to him for review and examination.

Photocopies the documents needed to be cerified submits it to the records officer, and returns the corporate records of the association. Stamps certified true copy and signs all the photocopied documents submitted, relases the certified documents. Pre-evaluation of the application for filing Amended By-laws and Articles of Incorporation.

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