Sample of Reservation Agreement

JCMER Construction Firm (Seller) hereby acknowledge the receipt of Fifty Thousand Pesos (Php 50,000.00) as reservation free of house and lot located at Lot 06 Blk 05 Silver Land, Laloma Quezon City from Mr. Ronald D. Santos (buyer), a resident of Paglinawan St. Paranaque City on July 15, 2005. The reservation is valid only for one(1) month.

The total cost of the said house and lot is Two Million Eight Hundred Thousand (2.8M). The seller agreed to pay 50% of the total cost which is One Million Four Hundred Thousand (Php 1,400,000.00) on or before August 14, 2005 and the remaining 50% will be payable on January 30, 2006.

In case the seller does not able to do his obligation. The buyer has the right to terminate this agreement and reservation fee is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Homer T. Sanggalang
JCMER Construction Firm Owner

Mr. Ronald D. Santos

Sign in the Presence of:

Engr. Merecel L. Herrera
Project Engineer of JCMER Construction Firm

Ms. Anna Marie S. Dalisay
Property Consultant

House and Lot Contract to sell



This CONTRACT TO SELL, made and executed this ____ day of _________, 20__ by and between:

Raymund L. Samaniego, of legal age, single/married to Ruth L. Samanieg, Filipino, and with residence and postal address at  Sta. Lucia Villaga, Taguig City, hereinafter referred to as the “SELLER/VENDOR”;

Cardo S. Dalisay with residence and postal address at #143 Pilar Street, Sukat Paranaque  hereinafter referred to as the “BUYER/VENDEE”. WITNESSETH;

WHEREAS, the SELLER/VENDOR is the absolute and registered owner of house and lotconsisting of LAND AREA of One fifty  (150) square meters with Bungalow of 120 sqm floor area with three (3) bedrooms located at Lot 04 Blk 03 Roxas Subdivision, Capiz Roxas  and covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. 2014005334 issued by the Registry of Deeds of Roxas City;

WHEREAS, the BUYER/VENDEE has offered to buy and the SELLER /VENDOR has agreed to sell the above mentioned property under the terms and conditions herein below set forth;

NOW THEREFORE,  for and in consideration  of the total sum of Two Million Four Hundred Fifty Thousand Pesos (Php: 2,450,000.00) Philippine Currency, and of the covenants herein after set forth the SELLER/VENDOR  agrees to sell and the BUYER/VENDEE agrees to buy the aforesaid property subject to the following terms and conditions

1. The total consideration shall be Two Million Four Hundred Fifty Thousand Pesos (Php: 2,450,000.00), Philippine Currency, payable as follows:

a.) The amount of ONE MILLION TWO HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND PESOS (Php 1,225,000.00) as Down Payment shall be payable by the BUYER/VENDEE to the SELLER/VENDOR upon signing of this Contract to Sell;

b.) The remaining balance of 50% of the total cost in the amount of ONE MILLION TWO HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND PESOS (Php 1,225,000.00), shall be paid in cash on last week of January 2018 or first week of February 2018.

c.) In case the BUYER/VENDEE will not be able to attend their obligation to pay the remaining 50% of total cost of house and lot. Only 50% of Down Payment will be REFUNDABLE.


2. Capital Gains Tax and Real Estate Tax, shall be for the account of the SELLER/VENDOR;

3. Documentary Stamps Tax, Registration Fee, registration expenses, and all other miscellaneous fees and expenses shall be to the account of the BUYER/VENDEE;

4. Possession to the subject property shall be delivered by the SELLER/VENDOR to the BUYER/VENDEE upon full payment of the total consideration;

5. Upon full payment of the total cost, the SELLER/VENDOR shall sign and execute a DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE in favor of the BUYER/VENDEE. The SELLER/VENDOR shall likewise execute and/or deliver any and all documents including but not limited to the original copy of Transfer of Certificate of Title, Tax Declaration, and all other documents related to the ownership of the mention property;

6. THE SELLER/VENDOR will be responsible for the transfer of ownership of Transfer Certificate of Title from SELLER/VENDOR to the BUYER/VENDEE.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto affixed their signatures, this ___ day of ____________, 20__ at _________________________, Philippines.



House and Lot Deed of Absolute Sale



This DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE is made, executed and entered into by:
ZORAYDA L. GONZALES, of legal age, married to JASON D. GONZALES, Filipino and with residence and postal address at Alfonso, Cavite city hereinafter refer to as the SELLER.


SHEILA MAE D. ENRIQUEZ of legal age, single, Filipino and with residence and postal address at #143 San Jose Village, Cavite City, hereinafter refer to as the BUYER.


Whereas, the SELLER is the registered owner of a house, located at Blk 3 Lot 7 Ethel Subdivision, Cavite City and whereas, the BUYER has offered to buy and the SELLER has agreed to sell the above mentioned property for the amount of Nine Hundred Thousand Pesos Only (P 900,000.00) Philippine Currency;

NOW THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the sum of Nine Hundred Thousand Pesos Only (P 900,000.00) Philippine Currency, hand paid by the vendee to the vendor ,the SELLER DO HEREBYSELL ,TRANSFER and CONVEY by way of Absolute Sale unto the said BUYER, his heirs and assigns, the certain house, free from all liens and encumbrances of whatever nature including real estate taxes as of the date of this sale.

The SELLER would defend the title and rights of the BUYER from any claims of whatever kind or nature from third persons.

The SELLER shall be liable for payment of the Capital Gains Tax.
The BUYER shall be liable for payment of Documentary Stamp Tax, Transfer Tax, registration Fees and other incidental expenses related to the transfer of the title to the name of the BUYER.

Seller Buyer


Name of Seller’s Spouse


____________________ _____________________

Republic of the Philippines )
Mun. Of Cavite ) S.S

BEFORE ME, a Notary Public for and in the Municipality of CAVITE, personally appeared:
Name CTC Number Date /Place Issued
All known to me know to be the same persons who executed this foregoing instrument and hereby acknowledged to me that the same is their free and voluntary act and deed. This instrument consisting of two(2) pages, including this page on which this acknowledgment is written refers to a DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE of a parcel of land and has been signed by the parties and their witnesses and sealed with my notarial seal.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand on the date and place first above written.

Notary Public

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Reservation Agreement

JC Mer Home Builders (Seller) does hereby acknowledge receipt of the amount of Twenty Thousand Pesos (20,000.00 Php). Said payment as a reservation from: Mr. and Mrs. Juanito D. Navarro resides at Lot 12, Blk 02 Santis Subd. Agusan del Sur on October 23, 2001.

The above amount is to reserve a Lot 03 Blk 8 Mapayapa Subd. Agusan del Sur with TCT Title No. 28939 as well as the seller with be the builder of a 2-storey residential building with 110 sq meters floor area and 90 sq meter lot area. The said amount as reservation fee is non-refundable.

The total contract price of house and lot is 3.5M with 30% down payment upon 80% of house completion and the balance of 70% will be paid upon the full finished of the house.


Jc Mer Herrera

Mr. Juanito Navarro
Signed in the presence of:

Loan Agreement

Loan Agreement Between the Student Loan Borrower of the Student Financial Assistance Program and Pilar State University


For value received, we Reynaldo Santos, Student Borrower and Alfredo Herrera, Co-maker, of legal age, residents of Barrio Katapatan, Pilar, Sorsogon respectively, hereby jointly and severally promise to pay to order Pilar State University at its address Romuldez St. Pilar, City of Sorsogon joint collectors of the Educational fund provided by the Commission on  on Higher Education the sum of pesos eight thousand five hundred (PHP 8,500.00).
The amount subject of this loan agreement refers to an Educational Loan under the “Student Financial Assistance Program” (STUFAP) to defray the educational expenses of the Student-Borrower /Grantee, starting School Year 1999-2000 to be released once per semester after the complete required documents will be submitted to the Participating Higher Education Institution (HEI).

Repayment of this loan, unless otherwise provided, shall be made within a period of not exceeding ten (10) years for a loan of four thousand pesos and higher five (5) years for below four thousand pesos (Php 4,000.00) starting two years after the Student Borrower has graduated from college.

It is hereby understood that the CHED and/or it regional offices may at their own option increase the amount of monthly amortization should financial condition of the Student-borrower improve during repayment period.

Effective upon employment, the Student-borrower and the guarantor shall inform his/her school of the same including the name and place of business of his/her employer.

Without need of notice or demand, any default due to causes stipulated in the implementing rules and regulations, or failure to pay this loan or any installment thereon when due shall cause the obligation to become immediately due and payable.  In case a suit of any kind is filed against me/us by said school, without prior notice of demand, the obligation shall likewise immediately become due and payable and venue of any action thereon shall be the proper court of Sorsogon City.  In the event that this loan is not paid on the date of maturity or when the same becomes due under any of the provisions hereof. I/We hereby authorize Pilar State University at their option and without notice, to apply to the repayment of this loan, any and all moneyes, securities, and thighs of value belonging to us, appoint the said school to be my / our Attorney –in-Fact with full power and authority to negotiate, sell and transfer any moneys, securities and things of value belonging to me / us which it may hold, by public or private sale and apply the proceeds thereof to the repayment of this loan.

It is likewise understood that any partial payment of performance of this loan on any extension granted shall not alter or vary the terms of the original conditions of the obligation which shall interrupt the period of prescription.

I/We hereby expressly consent to be bound to any extension of payment or renewal of this loan in whole or in part, as to the terms of payment and/or without need of executing as renewal loan agreement.

Should it become necessary to collect this loan through an attorney-in-fact, I/We hereby expressly agree to pay jointly and severally, five (5%) percent of the total amount due to this loan as attorney’s fee which is no case shall be less than Php 100.00 exclusive of all costs and fees allowed by law as stipulated in the Loan Agreement.

I/We hereby waive all my/our rights under the provision of Rule 23, section 26 of the Revised Rules and Court.

This loan agreement shall be further governed by the terms and conditions set forth in the approved application signed/executed by the Student-Borrower and the Guarantor and such oath existing and future rules and regulations that CHED may issue to effectively implement this Student assistance program.

Reynaldo Santos
Student – Borrower

Alfredo Herrera

Leticia Santos

Yolanda Espinosa
University President

Acknowledgement for Memorandum of Agreement



BEFORE ME, a notary for and in the city of Makati on this 12th of June 2007 personally appeared the following persons:

Dr. Delfin A. Pascual with CTC. No. of 2157465 Issued at Zamboanga City on January 13, 2007
Mr. Rolando Mercado with CTC No. of 4258971 issued at Makati City on January 15, 2007

Known to me to be the same persons who executed the foregoing Memorandum of Agreement, and acknowledged to me that the same is their free act and deed and of the corporation they represent.

This instrument is a Agreement consisting of six (6) pages including this page where the acknowledgement is written.  Each page of this instrument has been signed by the Parties, as well as their instrumental witnesses, and is sealed with my notarial seal.

WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL, on the day and at the place first above written.
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Notary Public

Scholarship Memorandum of Agreement

Scholarship Memorandum of Agreement
Know all men by these presents:

This Memorandum of Agreement (hereinafter called “Agreement”) is made and executed this 14th day of June 2007 by and between
TOTAL (PHILIPPINES) CORPORATION, a duly organized corporation with business address at the 31/F Export Plaza corner Sen. Gil Puyat Sr. and Don Chino Roces Avenues, Makati City, represented herein by Ms. Chelo Rosanes (hereinafter referred to as “TOTAL”);


The PILLAR STATE UNIVERSITY, a duly organized institution and operating under the laws of the Republic of the Philippines, with address at Poblacion, Pilar, Bataan and represented by its president, Dr. Manuel Manansala, (hereinafter referred to as “PSU”).


WHEREAS, TOTAL is a duly organized business engaged in the marketing of refined petroleum products;

WHEREAS, TOTAL has committed to provide the tuition fee for the three-year diploma program of ten (10) students (hereinafter referred to as the “Scholars”) – three (3) from Electrical  Engineering Technology, four(4) from Electronics Engineering Technology and three (3) from the Mechanical Engineering Technology Course;

WHEREAS, PCU is a state college mandated to provide higher professional, technical and special instruction and promote technological studies.

WHEREAS, PCU has the capability to train the Scholars and is willing to undertake the program;

WHEREAS, PCU will select the Scholars from the top three (3) students each enrolled in the Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics Technology, and Mechanical Engineering Technology Courses;

THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the foregoing premises and the terms and consideration hereunder enumerated, the Parties to the Agreement hereby agree, that;

1.    TOTAL shall:

a.    Support ten(10) students in a three-year diploma program of the following courses at PCU” such as Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, and Mechanical Engineering Technology
b.    Transfer the amount of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Pesos (Php 250,000.00) to PCU for the tuition fee of the ten (10) scholars for school year June 2007 to April 2008 (see Annex 2 for schedule of release of payment);
c.    Provide a venue for their Apprenticeship Program of the top Scholar of each course on the 3rd year of their training; and
d.    Monitor the implementation of the program as well as the utilization of fund.

2.    THE PCU shall:

a.    Provide a list with accompanying documents certifying the scholastic records of the top three (3) students enrolled each in the following courses for school year June 2007 to April 2008: Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, and Mechanical Engineering Technology;

b.    Prepare and submit a work and financial plan as a requirement to the transfer of funds;

c.    Ensure the proper documentation of the financial assistance (such as submission of the official receipt, summary of disbursement, etc.) in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles;

d.    Submit a quarterly report of the Scholars’ training progress to TOTAL;

e.    Provide counseling to the scholars and their family, as may be necessary, to help ensure that that scholars do not drop out of the training program; and

f.    Within sixty (60) days after completion of the program, PCU shall submit to TOTAL financial statements, certificate of program completion and acceptance by the beneficiary or funding agency.

This Agreement shall take effect immediately upon signing of the document by the official representatives of the TOTAL and PCU, unless sooner terminated in writing by TOTAL,

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Memorandum of Agreement as of the date first above written.

University President
Pillar State University


Signed in the presence of:

Placement Officer
Pillar State University

Senior Terminal Manager
TOTAL (Philippines) Corporation

Sample Co-Indemnitor’s Statement


I, Rowena L. dela Rosa,  of legal age, Filipino citizen and with address at Toyo, Balanga, Bataan  hereby agree to be the co-indemnitor of Melinda Bright of Charter Insurance Corporation “PCIC” in the amount of Php 300,000 in favor of Nissan Car model 2012.  As such, I agree to sign and be bound by the terms and conditions of the Indemnity Agreement which is one of the documents I am required to sign.  I understand and agree that I will be the co-indemnitor of the above-stated bond principal for any and all other bonds that it may subsequently secure for PCIC.

In relation, I hereby authorize PCIC to obtain such informationto verify any statement made hereunder and agree that this document shall remain its property whether or not the bond is granted.  Any and all information provided hereunder is given freely and voluntarily.

I hereby confirm that the above information is true and correct.

Rowena L. dela Rosa
Printed Name and Signature

Memorandum of Agreement

 Memorandum of Agreement for On-Job- Training

This memorandum of Agreement is entered into and executed by and between:
The PILLAR STATE UNIVERSITY herein referred to as the PSU, a chartered state university represented by its President Dr. Ronald Malibiran, a duly authorized for the purpose with principal address at Zamboanga City.


The LIQUIGAZ PHILIPPINES CORPORATION hereinafter referred to as the LPC, a private company duly organized and existing under the Philippine Law, represented by its President, Mr. Delfin Pascual, duly authorized for the purpose with principal address at 4th floor Senora Bldg. Ayala, Makati City.


WHEREAS, PSU accepts the role in representing its students through its President, with the LPC providing for the training as well as upgrading the safety attitude, knowledge and proficiency of the students in welding, electrical electronics and mechanical technology:

WHEREAS, LPC accepts responsibility to train and upgrade the safety attitude, knowledge and skills and proficiency of the students coursed through PSU through an on-the-job training at LPC:

NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the foregoing premises, the parties hereto agree as follows:

  1.  That PSU and LPC shall coordinate their efforts to develop the skills, knowledge and attitude of the student-trainees through their on the job training;
  2. That PSU shall provide the student-trainees the needed occupation related theoretical instructions before hands-on training;
  3. That LPC shall equip the student-trainees the necessary practical or hands-on training inside the work premises;
  4. That the student-trainees agree to cooperate with both the PSU and LPC for the purpose of acquiring and develop proficiency in terminal maintenance and operations.
  5.  That the students agree to attend diligently and faithfully the training duration under the following terms and conditions:


  •  Training duration – three (3) months for (DET) Diploma of Engineering Technology Course
  • Training hours – 540 hours
  • Start of Training – May vary but usually commence on November of every year
  • End of Training – Upon completion of required training hours
  • Training duration – Summertime
  • Training hours – 300 hours
  • Start of Training – May vary but usually commence on November of every year
  • End of Training – Upon completion of required training hours

6.    That the student-trainees will follow the suggested schedule, i.e., 8:00 am to 5:00 pm or whatever is appropriate for both the student-trainees and the company;

7.    That a student-trainees’ log book shall be maintained by the student-trainees wherein they will record their daily attendance and accomplishment for the day during the in-plant training;

8.    That LPC shall pay for the training allowance of the student-trainees which shall be seventy-five (75) percent of the applicable minimum wage or base of Php 270 plus E-cola of Php 90.00 per day spent while in in-plant training.  The training allowance shall be remitted by LPC directly to the student-trainees every 15 days of training;

9.    That LPC shall enroll the student-trainees under its group insurance policy during the duration of the training and pay the corresponding insurance premiums;

10.    That during the period of training, any student-trainee/s covered by this Agreement may be terminated by serving written notice at least seven (7) working days, or as maybe applicable, before the actual date of termination stating the reason thereof;

11.    That any party to this Agreement may terminate any student-trainee/s for the following valid causes:

  • Habitual absenteeism
  • Willful disobedience of company rules or insubordination to lawful order of a superior
  • Poor physical condition, permanent disability or prolonged illness which incapacities the student-trainees from working
  • Theft or malicious destruction of company property and/or equipment
  • Poor efficiency of performance for a prolonged period despite warnings given to the student-trainees
  • Engaging in violence or other forms of gross misconduct inside the company’s premises

–    Lack of interest in performance of assigned duties
–    Absent without leave (AWOL) from work for three (3) consecutive working days with no justifiable reason/s

Problems that occurred shall be investigated first by LPC’s Safety and Quality System Officer and shall be reported to PSU through its Placement Coordinator. Termination of the student-trainee/s shall be approved by both parties;

12.    That upon satisfactory completion of the required training hours. LPC is obliged to issue a “Certificate of Training” to student-trainees;

13.    That student-trainee/s may be absorbed by LPC as its regular employee, after his/her completion of the trainings hours required to finish his/her course/s;

14.    That the rules and regulations of PSU and LPC shall be observed as part of the terms and conditions of this Agreement;

This agreement shall take effect and commence upon signing of both parties and after the confirmation of the PCU Board of Regents and shall remain in focus unless terminated by any party with at least one (1) month notice.

IN WITHNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto affixed their signatures on  28th day of March, 2008 at  Zamboanga City, Philippines

University President
Pillar State University

Liquigaz Philippines Corp.

Signed in the presence of:

Placement Officer
Pillar State University

Senior Terminal Manager
Liquigaz Philippines Corp.

Sample Construction Agreement



The Project is a Two Storey  Residential Structure to be finished at with a construction cost of TWO MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS (php 2, 700,000.00) to be paid by the OWNER (Mr. Victor and Kitty Carreon), wherein the Construction is under Design-Build of Guaranteed Maximum Cost (UAP Doc. 205, RA. 7266).


The ARCHITECT shall exclusively undertake, pursue and manage the completion of the project under Construction of Design-Build of Guaranteed Maximum Cost and shall likewise provide all the necessary materials, labor, tools and equipment necessary for the construction of the said project, and shall perform all such works in accordance with the approved plans and specifications, inclusive of, but not necessarily limited to the items set before this, see Succeeding pages.

The ARCHITECT shall not carry out extra or varied works without the permission and approval of the OWNER and/or his authorized representative. In the same manner any additional construction, revision i.e., not covered by the construction plans and scope of work specified, shall be subject to separate billings by the ARCHITECT.

All additional constructions and amendments to or changes in the plans and specifications from the date hereof and the corresponding costs thereof shall be subjected of a written agreement between the parties; and the amendments or changes shall have the effect of reducing or increasing the contract price hereinbefore stipulated, the same shall be correspondingly adjusted.


The work to be performed under this agreement shall commence from and after the receipt by the ARCHITECT of all approved construction permits and licenses required for the project, down payment and upon written approval by the OWNER.

The work shall be completed by the ARCHITECT within ONE HUNDRED TWENTY (150) working days. Provided, however, that any delay of reason of force majeure of fortuitous event, or by reason of additional constructions or amendments to or changes in the construction shall be excluded.


The OWNER shall pay to the ARCHITECT for the performance of this agreement the sum of TWO MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS ONLY (php 2, 700,000.00) construction cost.

Upon signing of this agreement,     from and after the receipt, and or the advice of the ARCHITECT, the OWNER undertakes to immediately pay a TWENTY SEVEN PERCENT (27%) down payment to the ARCHITECT in the amount of SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY THOUSAND PESOS (php 720,000.00), to be utilized as mobility fund, and to cover material and labor expenses for the project. Said payment will be deducted on total project cost. The remaining balance will be paid in progress billing stipulated as follows:
Down Payment………………………….27%     (Php 720,000.00)(Bank Loan)
First Billing after downpayment……..27%           (Php 720,000.00)(Bank Loan)
Second Billing…………………………..27%      (Php 720,000.00)(Bank Loan)
Third Billing…………………………….11%    (Php 300,000.00)
Final Billing…………………………….10%    (Php 240,000.00)(Bank Loan)
Total……………………………………………………(Php 2,700,000.00)

The ARCHITECT shall submit an application for each payment to the OWNER with at least THREE DAYS before each payment for the progress billing falls due. In case of delay of payment sum of due completion time will be adjusted depending on the delay of payment.


The OWNER and the ARCHITECT agree on the application of the following conditions for the faithful performance of the Contract/Agreement.

The ARCHITECT hereby guarantees that the project shall be constructed strictly in accordance with the scope of works and condition of this contract and shall make good any defect in materials and / or workmanship to the fault of the ARCHITECT/CONTRACTOR within Six Months after the full completion of the project.


The ARCHITECT has the right to terminate the contract or stop work if ordered by any court or other Public Authority, for a period of three months, through no act or fault of the ARCHITECT or anyone employed by him.

The ARCHITECT shall submit written notice or if ordered by any court or other public authority to the OWNER to stop work or terminate this contract/agreement and claim payment for all work executed, profit and damages/loss on the basis of the work completed.

The OWNER shall pay necessary payment to the ARCHITECT; one week after a notice of payment was given to the owner, the ARCHITECT has the right to stop the construction to any failure of payment by the OWNER.


Mr. Victor and Kitty Carreon

Arch. Emerson D. Soriano (uap)


CITY OF BALANGA                      )S.S.

BEFORE ME, a Notary Public for and in Balanga City, Bataan, on this_________________personally came and appeared:


ARCH. Emerson D. Soriano
MR. Victor Carreon

Known to me and to me known to be the same persons who executed the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that the same are their own free act and deed.

WITNESS MY HAND NOTARIAL SEAL, on the date and place above written.

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