BAYAMBANG CENTRAL SCHOOL: Quiambao doubts Chua’s win

July 4, 2017 at 9:47 pm Leave a comment

 By Mortz C. Ortigoza

BAYAMBANG – The mayor in this central Pangasinan town doubted that the claimant of the controversial Bayambang Central School (BCS) property in  Poblacion will win in court.


 Bayambang Mayor Cesar Quiambao (Photo Credit: Strategic Asia-Pacific Partners)

Mayor Cesar Quiambao said while the school was fenced by one Willy Chua who claimed ownership of  the 3.2 hectare prime property, the local government was able to get injunction from the court, and that he (Chua) would not win the case because of “fraud.”

The mayor said that one of the factors that would give them victory is the retirement of RTC 56 Judge Hermogenes Fernandez who handled the case.

 On August 30, 2016, defendant-petitioner Municipality of Bayambang, Pangasinan filed an injunction case against Chua, the general manager of Super Concrete Aggregates.

Quiambao said before the municipality filed an injunction case, Chua  fenced the surrounding of BCS, after he got a Writ of Execution from the same court.

On June 27, 2016, a decision was rendered by Fernandez, on the main case for specific performance filed by Chua that became final and executory on July 23, 2016.

After a Writ of Execution dated August 9, 2016 was later issued, Chua initiated the fencing of the school premises.

In a two- page order dated September 5, 2016, Fernandez wrote that in the interest of justice and for the preservation of the rights of the municipality here and Chua and upon the filing of the former of five hundred thousand pesos bonds, “the court resolves to issue a preliminary injunction or a status quo order enjoining the plaintiff-respondent or any of his representatives and agents from exercising rights of ownership on the subject property until the petition and the main case are heard and terminated”.

It can be recalled that the court decided that the BCS be transferred to the two-hectare property of Chua in barangay Bical, where Chua already built a 60-classroom building. The court’s reason was a dengue outbreak, as alleged by then Mayor Ricardo Camacho.

But the Department of Education vehemently opposed Camacho’s move prompting him to file a Petition for Injunction against the DepEd.

Consequently, the RTC issued a restraining order forcing the DepEd to abide by the mayor’s order for  relocation.


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