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City team formed to inventory donated properties to LGU
by PIO release

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan created a team to conduct an inventory of the properties donated to the city government and to facilitate the transfer of the titles of such properties to the city.

The committee will be composed of City Legal Officer Melchor Carlos Rabanes, City Planning and Development Officer Evelyn G. Cayat, City Assessor Ma. Almaya Adawe, and Assistant City General Services Officer Eugene Buyocan among other representatives from various offices of the city.

Domogan said the team will inventory all the properties donated to the local government and study the possibility of having the city pay for the taxes to be paid to formalize the donation.

Almaya earlier raised the issue of donated properties that are covered by tax declarations. She said these properties could not be transferred to the city government because of the absence of titles.

The mayor said there is a need for the local government to conduct an inventory of the donated properties and work for the titling of these in the name of the city government.

“We have to iron out the database of properties donated to the city as our basis in the processing of the titles of the properties and for our future reference. We have to task the responsible officers who will take charge of the inventory and eventual titling of the properties to prevent the same from being encroached by informal settlers,” Domogan said.

He said some donors are adamant in paying the donor’s taxes to the Bureau of Internal Revenue that is why numerous donated properties remain in the name of the donors.

Donors are mandated to pay 20 percent of the market value of the properties donated to certain individuals or institutions representing the so-called donor’s tax for the said properties.

Domogan said that there are some donors who did not formalize the donations of their properties to the local government because they are mandated by the Bureau of Internal Revenue to pay the donor’s tax before the eventual transfer of the titles of their donations to the city.


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