I have a verified document titled "Exclusive Authority to sell" in which statements are made that are untrue.
1. "(I) Am the absolute owner/administrator of the property describe . . .
2. "Particulars of the Property: Alienable disposable property."
3. "Owner: xxxxxxxxx"
4. Under the signature of writer: "Property Owner/ Administrator"
No where on the documents is a TCT or OCT. None of the four statements is true, in fact, the land is timberland and owned by the government. The signer of the document knows very well that the four statements are false.
In fact, this same lawyer, during the same month of July, 2014, verified another document titled "IRREVOCABLE AND EXCLUSIVE POWER OF ATTORNEY", granting to a different person the right to sell the same property, resulting in two exclusive authorities to sell property that legally cannot be sold. That second document contains only a Tax Declaration No. xxxxxx", and no TCT or OCT. Clearly this lawyer should have known that the land was not sellable, yet he verified the two exclusive authorities to sell the un sellable property.
Does the lawyer who verified these two documents bear any responsibility for verifying false statements, and verifying actions that cannot occur, namely, that the property can be sold?
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