Written by: Admin. Renato D. Bermejo Published: 10 July 2017
Ang ating uniporme ay ang pagpapahayag natin ng ating pagtanggap sa ating mga kapatid na mga Moro at Katutubo. Iisang bansa lang tayo at dapat natin tanggapin ang ating pagkakaiba sapagkat kung sa lupang ito ay iisa ang mangingibabaw at babaliwalain lang ang mga sari-saring pag-kakaiba na nagaganap at nangyayari sa bawat sulok ng ating bansa ay para na rin binubura natin ang ating pagka Pilipino sapagkat ang ating pagkaka-iba ay kung ano tayo.
- Written by Adeline Corpuz
Working in an office environment could mean a lot of things, good and bad. While majority of workers regard it as primary source of livelihood, it may also be a source of stress especially to those who have been in the public service for a number of years already.
Work-related stress, otherwise known as pressure, strain, anxiety and tension along with its underlying negative effects need to be addressed in order to prevent its likelihood of developing into a long term problem. Fact of the matter is, irrespective of one’s level of workload and earning capacity, every worker is susceptible to stress.
As part of its Health and Wellness Program mandated by the Civil Service Commission, the Land Registration Authority recognizes the need to address work-related anxiety of whatever kind. The agency has embarked into several fitness activities to entice employees to get involved into an active, fit, and dynamic lifestyle. The main objective of this worthwhile program is “to inculcate in us the importance of a healthy lifestyle and a regimen of regular physical fitness strategy to reduce the level of risk factor of heart diseases” (CSC MC No. 06, s. 1995, reiterated by MC No. 8, series of 2011).
Hereunder is the list of fitness and sports activities that any LRA, Registry of Deeds, and LARES employees may engage into after office hours:
1. Boxing. This combat sport where two people wearing protective gloves throw punches at each other for a fixed period (in a boxing ring). It is available to all LRA, RD, and LARES during Mondays and Wednesdays at the Multi-purpose Hall, 5th Level, LRA Building, from 4:00 to 6:00 in the afternoon.
Interested participants may contact Mr. Rommel G. Erice of the Legal Service Department.
2. Badminton. This popular racket sport played using racquets in order to hit a shuttlecock across a net has become one of the favorite sports of combined LRA, RD and LARES employees. Several tournaments, mostly government-sponsored, have been held and participated in by the LRA Badminton Team.
The Team placed third during a match, subsidized by LRA partners Ayala Corporation and Ayala Land Inc. held on December 09, 2017 at Centro Athletico Badminton Sports Center. For the schedule of weekly games, interested players may contact Mr. Sherwin T. Velasco of Human Resource Development Division and Ms. Adelina M. Corpuz of Land Registration Cases Division.
3. Volleyball. A century-old sport which originated in the United States, volleyball is a team sport in which two teams of six players are separated by a net. Each team tries to score points by grounding a ball on the other team's court under organized rules.
As one of the most popular games in the country today, the LRA Volleyball Team has been actively joining inter-government playoffs for several years now. Interested players may coordinate with Ms. Imelda B. Teneza of the Office of Deputy Administrator for Administration and Ms. Charisse C. Amurao of Land Projection Section for the schedule of games usually held during Tuesdays or Thursdays at the LRA Grounds.
4. Table Tennis. Also known as ping pong, table tennis is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight ball back and forth across a table using small bats. The game takes place on a hard table divided by a net.
This all-time favorite sport is mostly played by LRA, RD and LARES employees at the second and third floors of LRA Building, every Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4:00 to 6:00 in the afternoon. Players may contact Engr. Alan D. Nague of Subdivision and Consolidation Division.
5. Zumba. is a widely-known exercise fitness program created by Colombian dancer and cyclist-choreographer Alberto "Beto" "Power Pedal" Perez during the 1990s.
The LRA, RD and LARES employees gather from 4:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon at the LRA Multi-Purpose Hall every Tuesdays and at the Upper Ground Floor every Thursdays. For details about LRA Zumba, please contact Engr. Helen J. Tababa of Subdivision and Consolidation Division and Ms. Irma C. Encisa of Disbursement Section.
6. Mountain trekking. Also known as mountaineering, the sport of climbing mountains (including rock climbing) is considered as one of the toughest outdoor sports which involves hurdling challenges by the use of patience, endurance and perseverance. The combined team of hikers from LRA, RD and LARES employees usually schedules trek once a month depending on the number of interested participants. For schedule of treks, please contact Mr. Marion Jay C. Estacio of ICTD, Mr. Edgar O. Rayoso of Land Registration Monitoring Division and/or Ms. Adelina M. Corpuz of Land Registration Cases Division.
On top of the aforementioned fitness activities, the Honorable LRA Administrator Renato D. Bermejo has spearheaded the launching of LRA Wellness Program dubbed “Therapeutic Massage”. Made possible by the active support of the General Services Division, this project endeavors to provide a relaxing treat to the LRA, RD and LARES employees. Launched in coordination with the Federation of Quezon City Masseurs, this therapeutic delight is open every Wednesdays from 1:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon at the 5th Floor, LRA Dorm, LRA Building.
- Written by Atty. Regine Estillore
“I remember the boy but I don’t remember the feeling” –Lea Salonga
“I remember the face but I don’t remember the name” –Every employee at some point in their life at the workplace
Everyday, we get to share the halls of the LRA with different people. They may be someone from a different department, or a different floor, or maybe someone from the office next door. They may be someone new, or maybe they have been with this Authority for years. However, with almost every instance there is one thing in common, they may look familiar, yet we do not know their name, or even at least the division where they belong.
Thus, the Meet and Greet Program was born with the objective to foster camaraderie and strengthen the spirit of belongingness amongst the employees of the LRA Central Office, regardless of rank or status.
Each Thursday, forty (40) randomly selected employees from the LRA Central Office, LARES, and Quezon City Registry of Deeds are invited at the Multi-purpose Hall for the Meet and Greet Program.
Headed by their Chairman, Engr. Ser John C. Pastrana and Co-Chairman, Mr. Joel R. Amores, the Meet and Greet Committee treats the selected employees to two hours of fun and games which allows them to interact and even get to know their co-workers. The program is capped off with a merienda and a newly built friendship with their fellow employees.
The Meet and Greet Activity is held every Thursday, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
- Written by Atty.Sedfrey Garcia
Another LRA Extension Office at Robinson’s Bank located at the Corporate Office in Robinson’s Galleria, Quezon City, was inaugurated last March 19, 2018.This is the 19th extension office that was established. This LRA Extension Office shall be capable of issuing certified true copies of titles covering properties located in different parts of the country in the comfort of its own office without need of personally going to different Registries of Deeds nationwide. “We all know how important it is for banks like you to be able to get the latest information relative to titles being used or offered as collateral. Fast, to-date, and reliable information is key to good business decisions that benefit not only the banks but, most especially, you clients,” says Deputy Administrator Ronald A. Ortile who represented the agency in this event. He expressed that the roll-out of the extension office will contribute to ease in doing business to Robinson’s Bank and its clients as LRA continues to explore more ways to simplify its services to the public through the use of modern technology.
- Written by Atty. Manny Leonardo
Imagine yourself confined at a Quezon City hospital with inadequate means to bankroll the surgery that is urgently needed to be performed upon you. Although there is a property in Quezon province that you may use as collateral for a loan with which to pay the required expenses, it is nonetheless one that you co-own with 3 other siblings. Thus, they separately executed 3 sets of Special Power of Attorney (SPA) in favor of your wife (since the 1st is already an American resident, the 2nd has a service contract in Singapore, and the 3rd is stationed in Cebu, being the branch manager of Jollibee in said city) authorizing the latter to constitute a Real Estate Mortgage (REM) over the said Quezon province property. You also executed a similar SPA in your wife’s favor.
However, when Mr. Ravi Singh and your wife presented the REM, the 4 SPAs, and other necessary documents for the registration of the REM so he (Mr. Singh) may release the amount of the loan to your wife, the Register of Deeds (RD) refused to act on the same unless the 4 principals who executed the 4 sets of SPAs appear before him and acknowledge that the same are indeed their voluntary acts & deeds or in the alternative, he (RD) demanded that the Philippine Consular officers in America and Singapore as well as the Notaries Public in Quezon City & Cebu to appear before him and certify that the principals in the 4 SPAs indeed appeared before them and executed said documents in their presence.
- Written by LRA Web Mgt.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECONSTITUTION OF MANUALLY-ISSUED ORIGINAL COPIES OF CERTIFICATE OF TITLE LOST AND DESTROYED DUE TO FIRE IN THE REGISTRY OF DEEDS FOR THE PROVINCE OF ISABELA
- Written by STBE
In line with evolving the corporate culture of the agency to one comparable with the more progressive of companies in the private sector as well as in other premier agencies of the government, the Authority sponsored a seminar for its managerial employees and lawyers.
The Leadership Training on Core Competency: Delivering Service Excellence, Problem Solving & Decision Making, and Exemplifying Integrity, while apparently being verbosely-challenged in title, did not suffer any infirmity in its conduct. Curated by Karen Mendoza, a Civil Service Commission-accredited speaker, the confab brought together sixty agency leaders both from the central office and select registries of deeds for a three-day series of lectures and workshops to bring them up to speed on required managerial skills.
Held from 27 to 29 November at the National Irrigation Administration Convention Hall and the Multipurpose Hall of the LRA, the colloquium tackled such matters as motivational leadership, stress management, and the classifying and managing of subordinates.
- Written by Angelo M. Fidelino
Sa interes ng serbisyo publiko at tugon sa imbitasyon ni Atty. Luis Meinrado C. Pagulayan, Undersecretary, Legal Affairs Office at Council Secretary ng PARC (Presidential Agrarian Reform Council), ang tumatayong direktor ng CARP na si G. Joel R. Amores ay nagtungo sa siyudad ng Cebu noong Nobyembre 20-21, 2017. Si Direktor Amores ay naanyayahan maging isa sa mga tagapagsalita para sa naturang National Conference of Provincial Agrarian Reform Coordinating Committee (PARCCOM). Sa naturang ginawang pagpupulong, inilahad niya ang mga aksyon at programang naipatupad ng LRA-CARP sa kasalukuyang taon at maging mga programa at badyet ng LRA-CARP para sa taong 2018.
Sa Disyembre 4-6, 2017, sa utos ni Administrator Renato D. Bermejo, nagtungo si Direktor Amores kasama ang piling kawani ng LRA at ng LRA-CARP sa RD Tagbilaran, Bohol at nagsagawa mg imbentaryo at imbestigasyon sa mga transaksyon ng CARP sa nabanggit na lugar.
- Written by Carmelita R. Marcelo
The One Stop Shop (OSS) is a conglomeration of the various offices’ frontlines in the Central Office. It provides more convenient and efficient service in a common location at the lower ground floor lobby, equipped with modern facilities such as a queuing system, a free Wi-Fi “Juan-Konek” Internet server, and an ARTA-compliant atmosphere. Divided into several windows, available services include the status of lots and decrees, certified true copies of survey plans with their technical descriptions, microfilms of titles and plans, certified true copies of anywhere-to-anywhere (A2A) titles, as well as dedicated cashiers for the payment of services. There are also windows that provide assistance for all kinds of inquiries and complaints, the receiving of communications and court documents, and a separate room for Officers-of-the-Day of different sections for those seeking technical advice.
The facility formally opened on the 1st of February of 2015 during LRA’s 112th Anniversary with a ribbon-cutting and a Eucharistic celebration. Now supervised by the Director of Land Registration Operations Service Engr. Porfirio R. Encisa, Jr., with the support of Administrator Renato D. Bermejo, the OSS is the new face of the Authority’s Central Office before the general public.