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November 2014 Nurse Board Examination Topnotchers

1st Placer  - Elijah Catacutan Legaspi 86.80%
                   Pamantasan ng lungsod ng Maynila

2nd Placer  - Geastyne lauren Galang Nolido 86.60%
                   Wesleyan University Philippines - Cabanatuan City

                   Janelle Joy Fernandez Ponferrada 86.60%
                   St. Scholastica's College - Tacloban

                   Ralf Jay Villanueva Retotal 86.60%
                   Mariano Marcos State University - Batac

3rd Placer  - Jobelle Kasper Batangan Agmata 86.20%
                   Northwestern University

                   Ellaine Marie Tiburcio Laureta 86.20%
                   Saint Mary's University

                   Cheryl Cubi Ymas 86.20%
                   San Lorenzo Ruiz College of Ormoc

4th Placer  - Norhana Abdulkarim Ali 86%
                   Arellano University - Manila

                   Ronnie Vincent Bolasco Antivo 86%
                   Jose Rizal Memorial State University - Dapitan

                   Corlene Joie Linaugo Cortez 86%
                   Colegio San Agustin - Bacolod City

                   Michelle Lauren Nepomucenu Estrella 86%
                   Xavier University

                   Kelvin Kenn Brillante Magdaraog 86%
                   University of Eastern Philippines - Catarman

                   Anatole Gail Parian Vallejos 86%
                   UP-Manila

5th Placer  - Roger John Necesito Astrolabio 85.80%
                   San Pedro College - Davao City

                   Ivan Garde Redublado 85.80%
                   Iligan Medical Center College Inc.

                   Joshua Caleb Sanchez Ugto 85.80%
                   Universidad de Manila

6th Placer  - Jewell Marie Elaine Advincula David 85.60%
                   Arellano University - Manila

                   Mary Dominica Raymundo Fuentes 85.60%
                   Saint Jude College - Manila

                   JG Marie Plana Navigar 85.60%
                   Central Philippine University

                   Argie Huervas Silubrico 86.60%
                   Saint Paul University - Iloilo

                   Emmanuel Lamis Zaldivia 85.60%
                   Riverside College

7th Placer  - Lady Aizahlyn Indoc Angod 85.40%
                   Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology

                   Ana Rose Saluna Berces 85.40%
                   Arellano University - Manila

                   Carmel Jane Cabonegro Cobacha 85.40%
                   San Lorenzo Ruiz College of Ormoc

                   Christelle Tangonan Garcia 85.40%
                   Mariano Marcos State University - Batac

                   Sebastian Boy Mission Maderazo 85.40%
                   Colegio San Agustin - Bacolod City

                   Jona Phie Domingo Montero 85.40%
                   Sultan Kudarat Polytechnic State College - Tacurong

                   Vanna Mae Vallinas Orog 85.40%
                   Western Mindanao State University - Zamboanga City

                   Neana Kris Narrido Samentar 85.40%
                   UP-Manila

8th Placer  - Ma Luiela Peque Arcenal 85.20%
                   San Lorenzo Ruiz College of Ormoc

                   Jao Jarro Borromeo Garcia 85.20%
                   UP-Manila

                   Fedierick Chineroe Rodelas Ricamara 85.20%
                   Universidad de Manila

                   Jen Nicole Baconguis Tancongco 85.20%
                   Xavier University

                   Alexander Talavera Yanoria 85.20%
                   UP-Manila

9th Placer  - Angelie Pagente Castro 85%
                   Xavier University

                   Kimberly Joyce Manalo Dacuray 85%
                   Lyceum of the Philippines University - Batangas Inc.

                   April Lynelle Dayto 85%
                   Cavite State University

                   Mary Ellaine Desamero 85%
                   Canossa College

                   Ma Ronelee Litan Gonzales 85%
                   Lyceum of the Philippines University - Batangas Inc.

                   Hannah Collado Lacuanan 85%
                   Saint Mary's University

                   Noreen Tedor Lazatin 85%
                   Father Saturnino Urios University

                   Gerard Brazas Malayo 85%
                   University of San Agustin

                   Carmila Delos Santos Nerida 85%
                   University of Pangasinan

                   Vizmarc Valles Santos 85%
                   University of San Jose - Recoletos

                   Halid Manansala Tamano 85%
                   Western Mindanao State University - Zamboanga City

                   Ada Clara Roberto Usi 85%
                   Universidad de Manila

10th Placer - Willie Jude Sequio Au 84.80%
                   University of San Agustin

                   Frances Marie Aliasas Borja 84.80%
                   University of Saint Louis - Tuguegarao

                   Ellaine Prestoza Caragan 84.80%
                   Western Mindanao State University

                   Mark Idrian Dogoldogol Doromal 84.80%
                   Central Philippine University
   
                   Benigno Ruiz Gervacio 84.80%
                   Northern Christian College

                   Mariel Audrine Abuloc Gozum 84.80%
                   Western Mindanao State University

                   Irene Mae Mascarinas Hontiveros 84.80%
                   San Pedro College - Davao City

                   Jezza Marie Dadulas Legaspi 84.20%
                   Xavier University

                   Marianne Angelina Ramos Lorenzo 84.20%
                   Mariano Marcos State University - Batac

                   Krista Mae Alalong Matira 84.20%
                   San Pedro College - Davao City

                   Vanessa Laarni Albos Meniano 84.20%
                   St. Scholastica's College - Tacloban

                   Mary Angelique Calambuhay Salinas 84.20%
                   Central Philippine University

                   Allanah Mae Bangloy Sudario 84.20%
                   Mariano Marcos State University - Batac

                   Josephine Justine Maye Ravidas Tadlip 84.20%
                   Xavier University

Top Nursing Schools in the Philippines

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Top Performing Nursing Schools in the Philippines
The Quality of Nursing Schools in the Philippines is determined by
the performance of its graduates in the Nursing Licensure Examination
given by the Board of Nursing. The Board of Nursing is a body that
regulates nursing as a profession.


      Related: Top Nursing Schools May 2015 Nurse Exam


The Professional Regulation Commission of the Philippines administer
the examination and also publishes the result of each examination.

Based on the result of the November 2014 Nursing Licensure Examination,
The following are the top ten Nursing Schools in the Philippines

No.1  Xavier University
      All of its 157 examinees passed
   
      Remedios T Romualdez Medical Foundation
      All of its 108 examinees passed

      Saint Paul University - Tuguegarao
      All of its 66 examinees passed

      Saint Paul University - Iloilo
      All of its 50 examinees passed

No.2  Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
      Out of its 105 examinees, only 2 failed
      Passing Percentage - 98.10%

No.3  Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology
      Out of its 116 examinees, only 3 failed
      Passing Percentage - 97.41%

No.4  Mindanao State University - Marawi City
      Out of its 95 examinees, only 3 failed
      Passing Percentage - 96.84%

No.5  San Pedro College - Davao City
      Out of its 224 examinees, only 9 failed
      Passing Percentage - 95.98%

No.6  Mariano Marcos State University - Batac
      Out of its 120 examinees, only 6 failed
      Passing Percentage - 95%

No.7  Cebu Doctors University
      Out of its 119 examinees, only 7 failed
      Passing Percentage - 94.12%

No.8  Central Philippine University
      Out of its 282 examinees, only 20 failed
      Passing Percentage - 92.91%

No.9  Saint Mary's University
      Out of its 108 examinees, only 8 failed
      Passing Percentage - 92.59%

No.10 University of San Agustin
      Out of its 155 examinees, only 12 failed
      Passing Percentage - 92.26%
     

Psychometrician Board Exam Schedule

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The date of the next Psychometrician examination will be on July 21
and 22, 2015. It falls on a Tuesday and Wednesday.

For those intending to take the Psychometrician Licensure Examination,
last day of the filing of application to take the examination will be
on July 1, 2015.

After the exam, expect that the result will be released on or after
July 30, 2015. More or less 7 working days after the examination.

According to PRC website, the examination will be held in the
following places:
1. Baguio
2. Manila
3. Cebu
4. Davao
5. Legazpi

Please take note that the last Psychometrian board exam was held in
Manila only.

The result of the last exam was released 4 days after the date of the
examination. The last psychometrician Licensure Examination was held
October 2014.


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Philippine Army Modernization

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The aim of Philippine policy makers is to have a Philippine Army
that is muti-mission oriented force that can effectively and
efficiently address internal and external security threats.

The inadequacy of the Philippine Army to provide external security
with its obsolete military equipments became very clear after the
US withdraw its military bases in the Philippines.

The Philippine Army remains one of the weakest military in Asia both
in terms of military capability and defense spending.

The Philippine Army long wanted a ground defense capability.

Military modernization act has been passed twice, once during the term
of President Ramos and again during the term of President Aquino.

It is during the term of President Aquino when the Philippine Army
saw a significant increase in their capability as a result of new
equipment purchases.

The Philippine Army's standard issued M-16 now has been replaced by
newer M-4 rifle. That is a good start for the army's modernization.
It starts from the foot soldier. New communication equipments have
been received recently by the Philippine Army which facilitates faster
transmission of data resulting to efficient operation.

Aside from the trucks, field ambulances, night fighting equipments and
force protection units that the army already received, the Philippine
Army is waiting for the arrival of 28 armored fighting vehicles.

In some news reports, it was mentioned that the armed forces of the
Philippines will procure and operate a land based missile system
capable of hitting air targets and hostile ships on the sea. This
according to the report will be operated by the Philippine Army.

The Philippine Army is now slowly realizing its real mandate of
external defense and the Philippine National Police is slowly
taking the responsibility of addressing internal security problems.


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Based on the result of the January 2015 Architect Licensure Examination, The following Architect Schools are the best in the Philippines.

No.1  University of Santo Tomas (UST)
      Total No. of Examinees - 193
      Number of Those Who Passed - 161
      Number of Those Who Failed - 32
      Passing Percentage - 83.42%

No.2  University of the Philippines (UP) - Diliman
      Total No. of Examinees - 24
      Number of Those Who Passed - 23
      Number of Those Who Failed - 1
      Passing Percentage - 95.83%

No.3  Saint Louis University (SLU) - Baguio City
      Total No. of Examinees - 39
      Number of Those Who Passed - 33
      Number of Those Who Failed - 6
      Passing Percentage - 84.62%

No.4  Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) - Sta. Mesa
      Total No. of Examinees - 48
      Number of Those Who Passed - 40
      Number of Those Who Failed - 8
      Passing Percentage - 83.33%

No.5  Technological University of the Philippines (TUP) - Manila
      Total No. of Examinees - 39
      Number of Those Who Passed - 32
      Number of Those Who Failed - 7
      Passing Percentage - 82.05%

Note: Some Architecture Schools have a high passing percentage than those mentioned above and even some schools have 100% passing percentage but it fielded just 20 or less examinees.

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The Following are the January 2015 Architect Board Exam Topnotchers:

1st Placer  - Christian Candolea Reyes 84,80%
                     UST

2nd Placer  - Orlando Pineda Sangalang Jr. 84.50%
                     Tarlac State University

3rd Placer  - Dino Miguel Feliciano Villarica 83.20%
                     UP-Diliman

4th Placer  - Jose Ricardo Fernandez Rustia 83%
                     UP-Diliman

5th Placer  - Vanessa Victoria Cases Gaston 82.80%
                     UP-Diliman

                    Regina Dorothy Panahon Rocha 82.80%
                     UP-Diliman

6th Placer  - Andre Nicolas Pati Alcantara 82.70%
                     UST

7th Placer  - Robert Don Yan Esparcia 82.60%
                     UST

                     Jankin Davies Yutankin Go 82.60%
                     Ateneo de Davao University

8th Placer  - Francis Michael Regondola Padua 82.50%
                     UST

9th Placer  - Mark Terrel Cesar Limjoco 82.40%
                     TIP-Quezon City

10th Placer - Dannie Joseph Amarillo Rey 82.30%
                      TUP-Manila

Health Insurance For Senior Citizens Philippines

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Health Insurance For Senior Citizens Philippines


Health insurance for senior citizens in the Philippines may be availed
in 2 ways.
1. By becoming a member of Philhealth or the Philippine Health
   Insurance Corporation. It is a government owned and controlled
   corporation.
2. By buying a health insurance policy from private health insurance
   company.

There are 30 licensed private life insurance companies in the
Philippines offering various health insurance products.

My mother is 60 years old and a senior citizen and I searched the
Internet for health insurance products that are cheap and easy to
buy without need of medical examination.

But before looking for an insurance product to buy from private
insurance companies in the Philippines, please be aware that there
is a Philippine Law that provides for the mandatory PhilHealth
coverage for all senior citizens. Premium payments are subsidized by
the Philippine government.

This means that senior citizens will receive the benefits and discounts
extended to ordinary PhilHealth members by just presenting a valid ID
that proves their real age.

For convenience, senior citizens may go to the nearest DSWD office and
apply for a senior citizen ID card. It is free.

But sometimes, Philhealth benefits will not fully cover all the bills
of a costly hospitalization, so I looked at all the available products
sold by the 30 licensed life insurance companies in the Philippines and
I found a product that is light on the budget and offers substantial
benefits in return, best suited for senior citizens.

This health insurance  product is called "Health Support Hospital
Income Plan" sold by Philippine Prudential Life Insurance.

If you are a senior citizen aged between 50 and 74, then you are
qualified to buy this health insurance product.

Acceptance for this Health Support Hospital Income Plan without
medical examination nor complicated health questions to answer is
guaranteed.

Take this for an example, you are a senior citizen aged 64. You bought
a health insurance product mentioned above. For a monthly premium of
P287.95, you will be entitled to the following benefits.
      1. Daily hospital income benefit of P500 if you get hospitalized.'
         Maximum limit is P91,250
      2. Daily critical care benefit of P500
         Maximum limit is P91,250
      3. Surgical benefit
         Maximum limit is P10,000

The example cited above is the lowest benefit plan. You may opt for a
higher plan if you want to avail of a higher benefit amount.


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Philippine Navy Modernization

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On this day, January 26, 2015, it was reported in IHS Jane's 360 that the work on the Philippine Navy's first strategic sealift vessel has started, with 2016 delivery planned. This 1st vessel is expected to be delivered by July of 2016.

The cutting of steel for the second strategic sealift vessel is expected by PT PAL of Indonesia to be in the middle of year 2015.

Two strategic sealift vessels were ordered by the Philippine navy to meet the PN's sea-based transport and logistics requirements.

These ships are large. It is 123 meters in length and it can transport up to 500 soldiers or one battalion of Philippine Marine soldiers and are able to embark 2 medium size helicopters. The Ship can accomodate 2 Agusta Westland 109 helicopter at the same time.

The ship was reported to have an endurance of 30 days at sea at speed of 16 knots.

This will be the 1st time that the Philippine navy will operate this type of vessel.

The Philippine Navy wishes to ultimately operate 4 strategic sealift vessels.


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Social Security System Death Benefit is a cash benefit either in
monthly pension or lump sum paid to the beneficiaries of a deceased
member.

The primary beneficiaries are
1. The legitimate dependent spouse until the person remarries, and
2. The member's dependent legitimate, legitimated, or legally adopted,
   and illegitimate children who are not yet 21 years old.

What Happens if there are no primary beneficiary?
In the absence of primary beneficiaries, the dependent parents shall be
the secondary beneficiaries. In their absence, any other person
designated by the member as beneficiary in the member's record.

There are two types of death benefit paid to beneficiaries of a member:
1. Pension
2. Lump sum Amount

To be entitled to a Pension, the deceased member must have paid at least
36 monthly contributions before the semester of death.

Lump sum Amount is granted to the primary beneficiaries of a deceased
member who had paid less than 36 monthly contributions before the
semester of death.

In the absence of primary beneficiaries, the secondary beneficiaries
are granted the death benefit in lump sum amount. The secondary
beneficiary is the dependent parents.

How much will be the monthly pension?
The amount of monthly pension will depend on the following:
1. Members total paid contribution
2. His credited years of service
3. Number of dependent minor children.
   The number of dependent minor children must not exceed 4.
   Minor is a child whose age is below 21 years.

Monthly pension is computed in 3 ways. The highest amount resulting
from either one of these three pension formula will be the one used.
1. The sum of P300 plus 20% of the average monthly salary credit plus
   2% of the average monthly salary credit for each credited year of
   service (CYS) in excess of ten years; or
2. 40% of the average monthly salary credit; or
3. P1,000, if the CYS is less than 10, P1,200 if with at least 10 CYS
   or P2,400, if the CYS is 20 or more.

Are you qualified to received the death benefit? Then its time to file
a claim for SSS death benefit.
 
   Go to the nearest SSS office near you and obtain an SSS Death Claim
   Application form.

   You can download this form here
 
   Before filling-up the form, please read the instructions at the back.

   Print all data required in the form. The form is divided in 2 part.
   Part 1 is the members information. You must provide the deceased
   SSS member's details. Write down the SS number, the deceased member's
   complete name starting with the surname followed by given name and
   lastly the maiden name

   Next, indicate the member's date of birth and the date and place of
   death.

   Check the specified box if you are claiming under social security
   or employees compensation. Check employees compensation if the
   death is proven to be work connected.

   Indicate the member's civil status is single, married, separated or
   widow or widower.

   The next portion is the deceased member's employment history. Print
   down starting with the most recent. One by one indicate the deceased
   previous employer or the registered business name, the company's
   address and the duration of each employment.

   You can use a separate sheet if necessary. If the space provided is
   not enough.

   The next portion is the dependent children. Under dependent children,
   write down the names of the member's children below 21 years old,
   starting with the youngest down to the oldest. If he has an
   incapacitated child, you may still include him/her even if above
   21 years old. Write down the child's name followed by the date of
   birth, put a check mark if the child is legitimate or illegitimate
   and write down the child's address.

   Next is the claimant's information portion, the portion you as
   a claimant of the death benefit fills up.

   Write down your SS number if any, complete name starting with your
   surname followed by your given name and lastly your middle name.

   Write down your residence or home address by indicating your house
   number, street and subdivision, barangay, town or district and
   your city or province. Don't forget to write down your postal code.
 
   Write down also your date of birth, indicate by checking the box
   whether you are male or female and your relationship to the
   deceased SSS member.

   Write down your TIN or tax identification number, your land line
   telephone number or mobile number with area code and check your
   preferred mode of payment whether cash card,ATM or passbook in
   case you are qualified to receive pension.

   Lastly, at the lowest portion of the death claim form, don't forget
   to fill up your information and the acknowledgment stub.

   Part 11 of the death claim application form located at the back
   verifies if you are already receiving pension from the SSS. Check
   the appropriate box, whether yes or no. If yes, indicate by
   checking the box whether you are receiving your pension via
   disability, retirement or survivor's pension from a deceased
   love one.

   If you are already receiving a survivor's pension, write down
   the SS number and complete name of the deceased member, the name of
   the bank, the bank's address, the savings account number where
   you are already receiving your pension.

   If you are receiving pension under disability or retirement, you
   just need to write down the bank information as stated.

   You have a choice to receive the death pension thru the same bank
   where you are receiving your previous SSS pension or choose to
   open a different savings account. If you prefer to open a different
   savings account, SSS will provide a letter of introduction in order
   to endorse you to your bank of choice. Once a new account is opened,
   you also need to indicate the bank detail on that part of the form.

   Lastly, the member's certification portion of the form. Read the
   certification and waiver thoroughly, after which affix your signature
   over your printed name on the space provided and write down the
   date of signing. Affix your right thumb mark and right index mark
   in the box provided. If you can not sign, let 2 witnesses sign
   over their printed name on the space provided and write down the date.

   Part 111 of the form is the photo and signature card. Write down
   again the SS number and complete name of the deceased member and
   your SS number as claimant if any, and complete name as the claimant.
   Once again sign and affix your thumb mark and index mark in the
   space provided and let 2 witnesses sign over their printed name in
   the space provided. Lastly, Attach your 1X1 photo.

   Depending on your case, additional requirement may be required
   upon interview.

   You may also be required to fill up additional form in support
   of your application for death benefit claim.

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Judicial Notice When Mandatory

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Judicial Notice – no more than that the court will bring to its aid
and consider, without proof of the facts, its knowledge of those
matters of public concern which are known by all well-informed persons.

                - cognizance of certain facts which judges may take
and act on without proof because they are already known to them.

The object of judicial notice is to save time, labor and expense in
securing and introducing evidence on matters which are not ordinarily
capable of dispute and not actually bonafide disputed, and the tenor
of which can safely be assumed form the tribunal’s general knowledge
or from slight search on its part.

Judicial notice is based on convenience and expediency.

Two kinds of judicial notice
1) Mandatory
2) Discretionary

The direct effect of judicial notice upon the burden of proving a
fact is to relieve the parties from the necessity of introducing
evidence to prove the fact noticed. It makes evidence unnecessary.

The stipulation and admission of the parties or counsel cannot prevail
over the operation of the doctrine of judicial notice, and such
stipulation and admissions are all subject to the operation of the
doctrine.

Municipal trial courts are required to take judicial notice of the
ordinances of the municipality or city wherein they sit.

In the RTC, they must take such judicial notice only
1. when required to do so by statute and
2. in a case on appeal before them and wherein the inferior court
   took judicial notice of an ordinance involved in said case.

Courts are required to take judicial notice of the decisions of
the appellate courts but not of the decisions of coordinate
trial courts.

Judicial Notice When Mandatory

1.  Existence and territorial extent of states
2.  Their political history
3.  Their forms of government
4.  Their symbols of nationality
5.  The law of nations
6.  Admiralty and maritime courts of the world and their seals
7.  Political constitution and history of the Philippines
8.  Official acts of the legislative, executive and judicial
    departments of the Philippines

    Courts cannot take judicial notice of foreign laws.
    (Yao-Kee v. Sy-Gonzales 1988)

    General rule: Courts are not mandated to take judicial notice of
    municipal ordinances. (City of Manila v. Garcia 1967)

    Exception: If the charter of the concerned city provides for such
    judicial notice.

    General rule: Courts cannot take judicial notice of the
    contents/records of other cases even if both cases may have been
    tried or are pending before the same judge.(Prieto v. Arroyo 1965)

    Exception: The case clearly referred to or the original or part
    of the records of the case are actually withdrawn from the archives
    of that case and admitted as part of the record of the case
    pending when:(Tabuena v. CA (1991)
          a) There is no objection from adverse party even with his
             knowledge thereof
          b) It is at the request or with the consent of the parties

9.  Laws of nature;
10. Measure of time;
11. Geographical divisions

Below is a sample Bar Examination question given in 2005 applying
the above mentioned rule.

1. Explain briefly whether the RTC may, motu proprio, take judicial
   notice of: (5%)

   The street name of methamphetamine hydro-chloride is shabu.

   Answer:
   The RTC may motu proprio take judicial notice of the street name
   of methamphetamine hydrochloride is shabu, considering the
   chemical composition of shabu. (People v. Macasling, GM, No.
   90342, May 27,1993)

2. Ordinances approved by municipalities under its territorial
   jurisdiction.

   Answer:
   In the absence of statutory authority, the RTC may not take
   judicial notice of ordinances approved by municipalities under
   their territorial jurisdiction, except on appeal from the
   municipal trial courts, which took judicial notice of the
   ordinance in question. (U.S. v. Blanco, G.R, No. 12435, November
   9,1917; U.S. v. Hernandez, G.R. No. 9699, August 26, 1915)

3. Foreign laws

   Answer:
   The RTC may not generally take judicial notice of foreign laws.
   It must be proved like any matter of fact except in few instances,
   the court in the exercise of its sound judicial discretion, may
   take notice of foreign laws when Philippine courts are evidently
   familiar with them, such as the Spanish Civil Code, which had
   taken effect in the Philippines, and other allied legislation.
   (Pardo v. Republic, G.R. No. L2248 January 23, 1950; Delgado v.
   Republic,G.R. No. L2546, January .28, 1950)

4. Rules and Regulations issued by quasi- judicial bodies implementing
   statutes.

   Answer:
   The RTC may take judicial notice of Rules and Regulations issued
   by quasi-judicial bodies implementing statutes, because they are
   capable of unquestionable demonstration , unless the law itself
   considers such rules as an integral part of the statute, in which
   case judicial notice becomes mandatory.
   (Chattamal v. Collector of Customs, G.R. No.16347, November 3,1920)

5. Rape may be committed even in public places.

   Answer:
   The RTC may take judicial notice of the fact that rape may be
   committed even in public places. The "public setting" of the rape
   is not an indication of consent.
   (People v. Tongson, G.R. No. 91261, February 18, 1991)

   The Supreme Court has taken judicial notice of the fact that a man
   overcome by perversity and beastly passion chooses neither the time,
   place, occasion nor victim.
   (People v, Barcelona, G.R. No. 82589, October 31,1990)

Online Shopping Sites Philippines

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Online Shopping Sites in the Philippines


Online shopping sites allows Filipinos and foreign residents in the Philippines to directly buy goods or merchandise from a seller over the Internet using a web browser.

      Read: Philippine Online Stores That Accepts Paypal

Most Filipinos at present are aware and knowledgeable about the Internet and the fact that shopping can be done without living their homes.

Most Online Shopping sites recognizes the fact that the penetration rate of credit cards, which is the most readily accepted mode of payment when shopping online, is very low and most Filipinos do not
have credit card, These sites came out with the idea of offering a service called COD or cash on delivery whereby the buyers will pay only when he or she receives the goods in his or her doorstep which is very convenient.

Below are some of the more popular Online Shopping Sites in the Philippines that accepts Cash on Delivery (COD) as a mode of payment.

List of Online Shopping Sites in the Philippines that accepts COD.

Philippine Online Website Shopping for Clothes, Gadgets, Shoes, bags, for women and for men and even grocery items.

1. Lazada philippines

2. HalloHalloMall

3. Zalora

4. Weemall

5. Lamido

6. Tomato Online Store

7. Cheapdito
   At present, cash on delivery is available only in Metro Manila.

8. Goods.ph

9. Plains and Prints

10.Teekals
    Cash on Delivery available only in Quezon City.

How To File An SSS Maternity Notification

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Procedure for Employed member

Part 1
a. Obtain a SSS maternity notification form from the nearest SSS
   office where you live. This form may be downloaded for free
   from the SSS website.

         Related: Maternity Leave

   You can download the SSS maternity notification form here.

b. Don't forget to print all the data required in the form such as
   your name, SSS number, residence and postal code. You must also
   print your date of birth, TIN number, land line or mobile number
   and email address if you have one. All this fields are found in
   the upper portion of the MAT-1 form

c. Fill up the data required in the middle portion of the form.
   The middle portion is the membership certification portion.

   Print whether it is your 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th pregnancy. The 5th
   delivery or miscarriage is no longer entitled to maternity benefit.
 
   Indicate the date of your expected delivery. There is also a field
   wherein you are required to affix your signature over your printed
   name. Print the date that you signed.

   For those who are unable to sign for any reason, affix your right
   thumb mark and right index mark in the boxes provided in the form.
   Let 2 witnesses sign in the space provided and write down the date.

Part II
a. This is the portion of the SSS maternity notification form to
   be filled up by the human resources or personnel manager of the
   company where you work.

b. The fields to be filled up in this portion of the notification
   form includes the employers SSS number, Employers name or registered
   business name, Company address, postal code and company land line
   phone number or mobile number. This portion also includes the
   fields for the employers name and signature or his/her authorized
   representative and his/her official designation in the company
   and the date of signing.

c. Check to be sure that your employer signed over his/her printed
   name or his/her authorized representative the employer certification
   portion of the SSS maternity notification form which certifies that
   your employer acknowledged the fact of your pregnancy and the
   expected date of delivery.

Part III
   This is the portion of the SSS maternity notification form, found
   in the lowest portion of the form and  for SSS use only.

Note: You must submit this form as soon as your pregnancy is confirmed
or at least 60 days from the date of conception. Don't forget to attach
the proof of pregnancy with the notification form.

      Your employer will be the one to notify the SSS of your pregnancy.
      (the fact that you submitted the SSS maternity notification form)

      Remember that failure to comply with the rule on notification
      may result in the denial of the maternity benefit claim.

      Since it will be your company representative who will file the
      maternity notification on your behalf, provide him/her with
      a xerox copy of your SSS ID. If your SSS ID is not available,
      you may provide 2 valid ID's duly certified by you and
      authenticated by an authorized company signatory.

      SSS maternity notification may now be submitted online, provided
      you and your employer are both registered with My.SSS

      Once approved, your SSS maternity benefit will be advanced to
      you by your employer within 30 days from the filing of maternity
      leave application.
   
 
Procedure for voluntary, unemployed or self-employed member

1. Accomplish only part 1 of the SSS maternity notification form.
   (the upper half portion of the SSS maternity notification form)
2. Proof of Pregnancy (the doctors certification that you are
   pregnant and the ultra sound result if you have.
3. Submit the SSS maternity notification form and proof of pregnancy.

Note: In case of Voluntary, Unemployed and Self-employed member,
the Social Security System will pay the maternity benefit directly
to you upon submission and approval of your maternity benefit
reimbursement application.

Do you have any further question or inquiry? You may keep in touch
with the Social Security System by
1. Visiting its website
2. Sending Email inquiry or question to [email protected]

When To File SSS Maternity Notification?

a. For Employees and Employers:
As soon as a member becomes pregnant, she must immediately notify her
employer of such pregnancy and the probable date of her childbirth
at least 60 days from the date of conception by accomplishing the SSS
Maternity Notification Form and by submitting proof of pregnancy.

The employer must, in turn, notify the SSS through the submission
of the maternity notification form and proof of pregnancy immediately
after the receipt of the notification from the employee member.

Notification may be made over the counter at an SSS branch, or online
through the SSS Website (www.sss.gov.ph), in which the member/employer
must be a registered user.

b. For Unemployed, Self-employed and Voluntary Members:
Unemployed, self-employed or voluntary paying members should notify
the SSS directly.

Effects of failure or delay in notification 
If the employee fails to notify the employer, or the SSS, in the case
of an unemployed, self-employed or voluntarily paying member, the
maternity benefit application may be denied.


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Real Estate Consultant Board Exam Result

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Real Estate Consultant Board Exam Result
December 2014/January 2015








The result of the Real Estate Board Exam has been released.

The Real Estate Consultant licensure examination was given by the
Board of Real Estate Service in Manila last December 3, 2015 (written)
and January 21 and 22 (Revalida).

19 Schools participated in the examination.

3 Schools have a 0% passing percentage.

The following are the Real Estate Consultant Board Exam Topnotchers
1st Placer - Teodoro Alejandro Yujuico Kalaw 83.40%
                   Ateneo De Manila University - Quezon City

2nd Placer - Mariliza Villarosa Kalaw 81.40%
                   Ateneo De Manila University - Quezon City

3rd Placer - Lloyd Capilit Llaga 80%
                   UP-Diliman

Last year's Real Estate Consultant Board Exam 1st Placer is from
Lyceum of the Philippines University in Manila.

23 examinees took the examination but only 18 passed.

Eduardo G. Ong is the chairman of the Board of Real Estate Service.

Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card
(ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on January 27, 2015.

The following are the names of those who passed the examination.
1.  ADIOVA, MANUEL CERVANTES
2.  BOCOBO, FERDINAND ANASCO
3.  CANLAS, DANIEL ROMELL MALONZO
4.  CASTAÑEDA, JONATHAN EVANGELISTA
5.  CATALAN, EUGENE RETITA
6.  DELA TORRE, TEOGENES ALBERT PARADELA
7.  DINO, LIBERATO CANAR
8.  FLORESTA, WILLIAM
9.  KALAW, MARILIZA VILLAROSA
10. KALAW, TEODORO ALEJANDRO YUJUICO
11. LLAGA, LLOYD CAPILIT
12. LUMARDA, NICOLE DURANO
13. MALIBAGO, JOSE TIAUZON
14. MARTIN, MANOLITO DOMINGUEZ
15. MELLIZA, MARILYN SANTIAGO
16. NONATO, ALFONSO TAN
17. PACANA, ROBERTO TITO TABIQUE
18. PACIS, ALLAN RICHARD PAZ

Travel Insurance in Philippines

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Travel Insurance in Philippines








I was looking for an affordable travel insurance in the Philippines
when i stumbled upon this website named Paramount.com.ph. This is the
website of the the Paramount Life and General Insurance Corporation,
an insurance company licensed and authorized by the insurance
commission of the Philippines.

It offers a travel insurance product in 3 packages.
1. Travel insurance for Asia if you travel within Asia only.
   You may opt to be covered as you travel within Asia up to
   a. 20,000 US dollar
   b. 45,000 US dollar
   c. 50,000 US dollar

2. Travel insurance for Schengen region.This travel package provides
   coverage as you travel within the Schengen region for up to
   a. 20,000 US dollar
   b. 50,000 US dollar
   c. 60,000 US dollar

3. Travel insurance for all over the world for up to
   a. 20,000 US dollar
   b. 50,000 US dollar
   c. 60,000 US dollar

Premium can be paid directly in the company's branches.

Premium may be paid in cash or check.

You may also apply online, pay online and receive your policy in your
email.

Benefits include:
a. Emergency Medical Evacuation and Assistance
b. Medical Treatment
c. Loss of Baggage
d. Emergency Return
e. Family Member Visit

You may opt to be covered alone but the company also offers a family
plan whereby the spouse will be covered 50%. If you have only one child
with you, he/she will be covered 50%. Maximum is 5 person. 2 adults and
3 children.

Upon boarding the aircraft, your coverage starts.

There are 30 licensed life insurance companies and 66 non-life insurance
companies in the Philippines but not all is offering travel insurance
products. 

Leading Insurance Company in the Philippines

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Leading Insurance Company in the Philippines


The leading life insurance company in the Philippines is Philippine
American Life and General Insurance Corporation.


Based on the data submitted by all the insurance companies to the
Philippine Insurance Commission which regulates the insurance business
in the Philippines, Philippine American Life and General Insurance
company is number one in terms of Assets and Net income.


Leading Insurance Companies according to Networth
1. Insular Life Assurance Company - P28,417,304,365
2. Philippine American Life and General lnsurance Company - P26,460,245,764
3. Sun Life of Canada (Philippines) lnc. - P12,891,814,643
4. Manufacturers Life lnsurance Company (Phils.) lnc. - P7,816,754,264
5. United Coconut Planters Life Assurance Corporation - P7,590,974,408


Leading Insurance Companies according to  Paid-Up Capital
1. Generali Pilipinas Life Assce Co.. lnc. - P1,515,050,500
2. Philippine American Life and General lnsurance Company - P1,390,167,750
3. Philippine AXA Life lnsurance Corporation - P1,000,000,000
4. Manufacturers Life Insurance Company (Phils.) Inc. - P930,000,000
5. BPI-Philam Life Assurance Corporation P749,993,979


Leading Insurance Companies according to Premium Income
1. Sun Life of Canada (Philippines) lnc. - P29,698,715,623
2. Philppine American Life and General lnsurance Company - P19,966,987,573
3. Philippines AXA Life lnsurance Corporation - P18,268,155,988
4. Pru Life lnsurance Corporation of U.K. - P18,001,254,720
5. Manufacturers Life lnsurance Company (Phils.) Inc. - P15,004,335,932


Leading Insurance Companies according to Net Income
1. Philippine American Life and General Insurance Company - P5,252,168,704
2. Manufacturers Life lnsurance Company (Phils.) Inc. - P1,573,483,670
3. Sun Life of Canada (Philippines) lnc. - P1,554,176,968
4. lnsular Life Assurance Company - P1,503,217,342
5. Philippine AXA Life lnsurance Corporation - P1,184,015,483


Leading Insurance Companies according to Assets
1. Philippine American Life and General lnsurance Company - P160,061,192,847
2. Sun Life of Canada (Philippines) lnc. - P134,341,608,600
3. Insular Life Assurance Company - P99,062,801,145
4. Pru Life lnsurance Corporation of U.K. - P57,734,762,974
5. Philippine AXA Life lnsurance Corporation - P53,497,711,510


Note: The post above is based on the latest data available from the
insurance commission of the Philippines and posted on its website.
The data above is dated 2013 as the 2014 data is not yet published
by the insurance commission on its website.

Top Schools for Pharmacy in the Philippines

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Top Schools for Pharmacy in the Philippines







Top Pharmacy Schools in the Philippines
Based on the result of the January 2015 Pharmacist Licensure Examination, The following are the top pharmacy schools in the Philippines.

Related: August 2019 Top Performing Pharmacist Schools 

No.1  University of San Carlos 
         Passing Percentage - 82.86%
         Total Number of Examinees - 70
         Total No. of those who passed - 58
         Total No. of those who failed - 12

No.2  Mariano Marcos State University
         Passing Percentage - 80.68%
         Total Number of Examinees - 88
         Total No. of those who passed - 71
         Total No. of those who failed - 17

The Philippine Professional Regulation Commission judge a schools
performance in the licensure examination by the number of its examinees
and the overall passing percentage.

PRC publishes the top schools which garners at least 80% passing
percentage and has at least 50 examinees.

Please take note that the following Pharmacy Schools performed very
well in the Pharmacist Board Examination despite having less than
50 number of examinees.

      UP-Manila has a passing percentage of 100%. All of its 26
      examinees passed.

      Saint Louis University in Baguio City has a passing percentage
      of 93.55%. Out of its 31 examinees, only 2 failed.

      Adamson University has a passing percentage of 97.14%. Out of its
      35 examinees, only 1 failed.


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Update: August 2019 Pharmacist Licensure Examination Topnotchers

Here below is the complete names of those who topped the January 2015
Pharmacist Licensure Examination.

1st Placer  - Jona Mari Chiong Alinas 91.90%
                   University of the Immaculate Conception - Davao

2nd Placer  - Jomhel Pangilinan Sijas 91.47%
                   UP-Manila

3rd Placer  - Kate Angeline Gamboa Tan 91.45 %
                   UP-Manila

4th Placer  - Marianne Alyssa Pengson Pangilinan 91.38%
                   UP-Manila

5th Placer  - Amira Venida 91.28%
                   UP-Manila

6th placer  - Jesanie Del Moro Marfil 91.17%
                   University of Perpetual Help System-Laguna

7th Placer  - Camille Vien Dela Cruz Sayson 90.95%
                   UP-Manila

8th Placer  - Claire  Erdaje Palma 90.55%
                   University of San Agustin

9th Placer  - Mark Christian Maclan Gutierrez 90.50%
                   UP-Manila

                   James Padua Jimenez 90.50%
                   UP-Manila

10th placer - Anna Marie Tan Famacion 90.35%
                   Our Lady of Fatima University - Valenzuela

University of San Agustin has an overall passing percentage of 72.05%.
Out of its 229 examinees, 165 passed.

UP-Manila has an overall passing percentage of 100%. All of its 26
examinees passed.

University of the Immaculate Conception-Davao has an overall passing
percentage of 60.94%. Out of its 128 examinees, 78 passed.

Our Lady of Fatima University - Valenzuela has an overall passing
percentage of 79.14%. Out of its 139 examinees, 110 passed.


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Update: August  2019 Pharmacist Licensure Examination Results

Click here for the complete names of those who passed.

1,292 out of 2,295 examinees passed the examination.

The Pharmacist Licensure Examination was given in the following places
1. Baguio City
2. Cebu
3. Davao
4. Iloilo
5. Manila

Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card
(ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on January 28, 29 & 30,
2015.

The date and venue for the oath taking ceremony of the new successful
examinees in the said examination will be announced later.

The January 2015 Pharmacist Board Exam Topnotcher is Jona Mari Chiong
Alinas of University of the Immaculate Conception in Davao. She has
a rating of 91.90%

Seven examinees from the University of the Philippines in Manila made
it to the top ten.

An Examinee from Our Lady of Fatima University in Valenzuela took the
No.10 spot.

An Examinee from the University of San Agustin took the No.8 spot.

An Examinee from the University of Perpetual Help System-laguna took
the No.6 spot.


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Top Dentistry Schools in the Philippines

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Best Dentistry Schools in the Philippines based on the result of the
Dentist Board exam (Practical phase) given January 2015 by the
Philippine Board of Dentistry and administered by the PRC.

No.1 UP (University of the Philippines) - Manila  
         It has a passing percentage of 100%. All of its 21 examinees
         passed the practical phase.

No.2 Cebu Doctors University
         It has a passing percentage of 100%. All of its 20 examinees
         passed the practical phase.

No.3 Centro Escolar University - Makati
         It has a passing percentage of 100%. All of its 17 examinees
         passed the practical phase.

No.4 Davao Medical School Foundation 
         It has a passing percentage of 100%. All of its 14 examinees
         passed the practical phase.

         In the Written Phase. Out of its 21 examinees, 14 passed. It has
         a passing percentage of 66.67% in the written phase.
   
No.5 SouthWestern University
         It has a passing percentage of 100%. All of its 14 examinees
         passed the practical phase.

         In the Written Phase. Out of its 42 examinees, 14 passed. It has
         a passing percentage of 33.33% in the written phase.

No.6 National University - Manila
         It has a passing percentage of 100%. All of its 11 examinees
         passed the practical phase.

No.7 Centro Escolar University - Manila 
         It has a passing percentage of 95.08% %. Out of its 61 examinees,
         58 passed the practical phase.

No.8 University of the East - Manila
         It has a passing percentage of 95.56% %. Out of its 45 examinees,
         43 passed the practical phase.


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January 2015 (Practical Phase)








Below is the list of those who top the January 2015 Dentist
Licensure Examination (Practical Phase)

1st Placer  - Ben Jay Abayato Maxino 85.43%
                      Mindanao Medical Foundation College

                      Mindanao Medical Foundation College has a passing
                      percentage of 37.50% in the written phase of the exam.
                      3 passed out of 8 examinees.

2nd Placer  - Jan Michael Silvosa Antes 83.77%
                      Davao Medical School Foundation

                      Davao Medical School Foundation has a passing percentage
                      of 66.67% in the written phase. 14 passed out of 21
                      examinees.

3rd Placer  - Faye Jennifer Secuya Cabrera 83.67%
                      Southwestern University

                      SouthWestern University has a passing percentage of 33.33%
                      in the written pahse of the exam. 14 passed out of 42
                      examinees.

4th Placer  - Elgimaine Louise Montanez Barroso 83.30%
                      UP-Manila

                      UP-Manila has a passing percentage of 95.45% in the
                      written phase of the exam. 21 passed out of 22 examinees.

5th Placer  - Denica Jena Estive Espares 83.10%
                      UP-Manila

6th Placer  - Shahzaadee Bello Imlan 83.07%
                      Davao Medical School Foundation

7th Placer  - Cristy Allysa Torres Almonte 83.06%
                      Cebu Doctors University

                      Cebu Doctors University has a passing percentage of 84%
                      in the written exam. 21 passed out of 25 examinees.

8th Placer  - Lea Christine Paulite Bucad 82.77%
                      Centro Escolar University - Makati

                      Centro Escolar University in Makati has a passing
                      percentage of 70.83% in the written exam. 17 passed
                      out of 24 examinees.

9th Placer  - Donah Laine Yap Baldosano 82.43%
                      Centro Escolar University - Makati

10th Placer - Mario Antonio Reyes Carpio 82.40%
                      UP-Manila

                      Rose Elaine Sia Li 82.40%
                      Cebu Doctors University


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Dentist Board Exam Result
December 2014 (Written Phase)
January 2015 (Practical Phase)






The Dentist Board Exam Result has been released by the Professional
Regulation Commission. The Examination was given last December 2014.

Click here for the complete list of those who passed (Practical Phase)

268 passed out of 725 in the written phase.
257 passed out of 271 in the practical phase.

The Dentist Board Exam First Placer in the written phase is Ben Jay
Abayato Maxino, a graduate of the Mindanao Medical Foundation College.

University of the Philippines (UP) - Manila performed very well in the
examination. UP has a passing percentage of 95.45%. Out of its 22
examinees, only one failed the examination. This is in the Written
Phase. In the Practical Phase, it has a passing percentage of 100%.
21 passed out of 21.

Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card
(ID) and Certificate of Registration will start on January 26, 2015
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Insurance Companies Philippines

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Insurance Companies Philippines






The Following are the Life Insurance companies operating in the
Philippines which are authorized by the insurance commission.

1.  Insular Life Assurance Co.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       Insular Life Corporate Centre, Corporate cor. Commerce
       Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
    2. By phone
       582-18-18
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       [email protected]

2.  Philippine American Life and General Insurance Co. Inc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       Philamlife Building, United Nations Avenue, Ermita, Manila
    2. By phone
       521-63-00 and 526-94-04 and 885-77-77

3.  Sun Life of Canada (Philippines) Inc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       2th Floor, Sun Life Centre, 5th Street, Bonifacio Global
       City Taguig, Philippines
    2. By phone
       886-6188
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       sunlife.com.ph

4.  Manufacturers Life Insurance Co. Inc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       16th Floor, LKG Tower, 6801 Ayala Avenue, Makati City
    2. By phone
       884-54-33 and 884-54-01
   
5.  United Coconut Planters Life Assurance Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       Cocolife Building, 6774 Ayala Avenue, Makati City
    2. By Phone
       812-90-15 to 26

6.  BPI Philam Life Assurance Corp., lnc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       15th Flr., Ayala Life Building 6811 Ayala Life - FGU Center
       Ayala Avenue, Makati City
    2. By phone
       888-LIFE,   Hotline - 89-100
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       [email protected]

7.  Sunlife Grepa Financial, lnc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       6/Floor, 221 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City
    2. By phone
       845-63-90 and 816-17-26 to 60 and 813-61-75
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       [email protected]

8.  Philippine AXA Life lnsurance. Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       Ground Floor, Philippine Axa Life Center, PSBank Tower,
       Sen Gil J. Puyat Ave., cor. Tindalo St., Makati City
    2. By phone
       885-01-01

9.  Pru Life lnsurance Corp. of U.K
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       25th Tower 1, The Enterprise Center, 6766 Ayala Avenue,
       cor.Paseo de Roxas & dela Rosa Sts. Legaspi Village,
       Makati City
    2. By phone
       884-84-84

10. Beneficial Life lnsurance Co., lnc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       Beneficial Life Bldg.166 Salcedo St., Legaspi Village
       Makati City
    2. By phone
       818-86-71

11. Generali Pilipinas Life Assurance Co. Inc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       5th Floor Gerson Plaza Bldg. 7901 Makati Avenue, Makati City
    2. By phone
       886-52-58 and 817-48-71

12. Manulife Chinabank Life Assurance Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       24th Floor, LKG Tower, 6801 Ayala Avenue, Makati City
    2. By phone
       884-54-33 and 884-54-01

13. Pioneer Life lnc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       4th Pioneer House Building 108 Paseo de Roxas, Legaspi
       Village, Makati City
    2. By phone
       812-77-77 and 817-90-77
   
14. Caritas Life lnsurance Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       5th Floor, Caritas Building 97 E. Rodriguez Blvd.. Quezon City
    2. By phone
       784-55-07

15. PNB Life lnsurance, lnc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit'
       10th Floor Alliedbank Centre, 6754 Ayala Ave. cor. Legaspi
       Street, Makati City
    2. By phone
       818-54-33

16. Asianlife & General Assurance Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       Ground Floor to 3rd Floor, Morning Star Center, 347 Sen.
       Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati City
    2. By phone
       890-1758
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       asianlife.com.ph

17. Philam Equitable Life Assurance Co., lnc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       4th Floor Philamlife Building, United nations Ave., Manila
    2. By phone
       528-50-68 and 528-50-66

18. Fortune Life lnsurance Company, lnc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       Fortune Life Building, 162 Legaspi St., Legaspi Village,
       Makati City
    2. By phone
       892-98-41 to 49
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       [email protected]

19. Philippine lnternational Life lnsurance Co., lnc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    By visiting the company's website
    http://www.philinterlife.com/
     
20. Climbs life and General Insurance Cooperative
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       Upper Zone 5, National Highway, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City,
       Philippines, 9000
    2. By phone
       +63-088-8561355 loc.10 and +63-8822-738738 and
       +63-088-8561355
    3. By sending email inquiry
       a. [email protected]
       b. [email protected]

21. United Life Assurance Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       6th Floor, Federal Tower Cond. Dasmarinas cor. Muelle
       de Binondo, Binondo, Manila
    2. By Phone
       241-42-01 to 07

22. Philippine Life Financial Assurance Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       9th floor-Penthouse, Mondragon House Building, 324 Sen. Gil
       Puyat Ave., Makati City 1227
    2. By phone
       (+632)798-5433

23. Country Bankers Life lnsurance Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       648 T. M. Kalaw Street, Ermita, Manila
    2. By phone
       523-86-11 to 18
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       [email protected]
 
24. Paramount Life & General lnsurance Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       14th & 15th Floor, Sage House, 110 Herrera St., Legaspi
       Village, Makati City
    2. By phone
       772-92-00
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       [email protected]

25. Philippine Prudential Life lnsurance Co. lnc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       3rd and 5th Floor, AIC Burgundy Tower, ADB Avenue,
       cor. Sapphire and Garnet Roads, Ortigas Center, Pasig City
    2. By phone
       (02)902-23-30 and (02)902-23-00
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       [email protected]
       [email protected]

26. First Life Financial Company, Inc.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       The First Life Center, 174 Salcedo St., Legaspi Village,
       Makati City
    2. By phone
       889-79-74
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       [email protected]

27. Manila Bankers Life lnsurance Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       PVGP Center 6772 Ayala Avenue, Makati City
    2. By phone
       810-08-97 and 813-24-90 and 810-10-40 and 810-10-72
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       julyn.cañ[email protected]

28. CAP Life lnsurance Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       CAP Building I 126 Amorsolo St.,,Legaspi Village Makati City
    2. By Phone
       810-92-58 and 810-91-91
    3. By sending an email inquiry
       [email protected]

29. Cooperative lnsurance System of the Philippines
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       CISP Building 80 Malakas St., Brgy. Pinyahan Central District,
       Quezon City
    2. By phone
       923-07-39 and 924-03-88 and 924-04-71

30. BF Life lnsurance Corp.
    How to keep in touch with the company
    1. By personal visit
       Rooms 507 BF Condominium Andres Soriano, Jr. Avenue Intramuros,
       Manila
    2. By phone
       527-44-65

Note: Almost all of the above mentioned telephone numbers are in Manila.
the area code in Manila is 02. When calling from the Philippines, dial
first the area code 02 before the above cited telephone numbers.