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MANILA, Philippines - A legal monitoring system that will help fast-track the resolution of conflicts involving real estate transactions is being developed by the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board, according to Vice President Jejomar Binay, HLURB chairman.
Binay said the HLURB, the government agency that regulates the real estate industry, had formed a committee that would formulate and draft the guidelines for the system that would contain the task to accomplish and the person assigned to perform the task.
“The system is an improvement of the existing practice which relies heavily on record book,” Binay said.
“In this framework, the concerned groups will work closely with each other and the information technology group will be tapped in order to systematize and monitor government actions as well as the results,” he added.
The monitoring system will start at the filing of verified complaint or petition until execution pending appeal, according to the vice president.
Also, the system is expected to improve coordination between arbiters and their paralegal staff with the latter having the primary responsibility to keep and maintain records of a case.