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Hi.

Please follow this format for our Bar Q and A-style case digests:
Name: Benny Boy P. Evardo
Case Title: Philippine Bank of Communications v. Court of Appeals, G.R. No. 115678, February 23,
2001

Topic: II.E.2 Attachment: Affidavit of: a. Applicant b. or of some other person who personally knows
the fact.
Principle:
Facts:
- Keep it short like a Bar Question
Issue
- you may put the issue at the last part of your statement of facts and make it as a question.
Answer
- Ex. No (first paragraph)
The rule provides that/the court held that... (second paragraph)
In the case at bar... (third paragraph)
Conclusion
Note: The format of the answer may vary depending on the case. It may not be followed, but please
include only the very meat of the principle. Do not make it too long.
DEADLINE: Wednesday evening (aron macollate pa sya and naa pay time makasuwat sa inyong
lesson plan)

Name: Benny Boy P. Evardo


Case Title: Insular Savings Bank v. Court of Appeals, G.R. No. 123638, June 15, 2005

Topic: II.J.1 Attachment Discharge of attachment 1. Upon counter-bond


Principle:

Facts:
- Keep it short like a Bar Question
Issue
- you may put the issue at the last part of your statement of facts and make it as a question.
Answer
- Ex. No (first paragraph)
The rule provides that/the court held that... (second paragraph)
In the case at bar... (third paragraph)
Conclusion

Name: Benny Boy P. Evardo


Case Title: Lahm v. Mayor, 666 SCRA 1

Topic: III.L. Preliminary Injunction: Who grants injunction


Principle:

Facts:
- Keep it short like a Bar Question
Issue
- you may put the issue at the last part of your statement of facts and make it as a question.
Answer
- Ex. No (first paragraph)
The rule provides that/the court held that... (second paragraph)
In the case at bar... (third paragraph)
Conclusion

Name: Benny Boy P. Evardo


Case Title: Delta Ventures v. Cabato, G.R. No. 118216, March 9, 2000

Topic: III.M. Preliminary Injunction against whom Issued.


Principle:
Facts:
- Keep it short like a Bar Question
Issue
- you may put the issue at the last part of your statement of facts and make it as a question.
Answer
- Ex. No (first paragraph)
The rule provides that/the court held that... (second paragraph)
In the case at bar... (third paragraph)
Conclusion