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Post by mano pau on Wed 5 Mar 2008 - 22:21

Sec.3. In case of written requests, petitions or motions, sent by means of letters, telegrams, or the like, the official or employee in-charge shall act on the same within fifteen(15) working days from receipt thereof, provided that:

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Post by mano pau on Wed 5 Mar 2008 - 22:23

(a). if the communication is within the jurisdiction of the office or agency, the official or employee must;

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Post by mano pau on Wed 5 Mar 2008 - 22:27

1. Write a note or letter of acknowledgment where the matter is merely routinary or the action desired may be acted upon in the ordinary course of business of the department, office or agency, specifying the date when the matter will be disposed of and the name of the official or employee in-charged thereof.

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Post by mano pau on Wed 5 Mar 2008 - 22:42

2. Where the matter is non-routinary or the issues involved are not simple or ordinary, white a note or letter of acknowledgment. informing the interested party, petitioner or correspondent of the action to be taken or when such request, motions, or petitions can be acted upon. Where there is a need to submit additional information, requirements or documents, the note or letter of acknowledgment shall so state, specifying a reasonable period of time, which they should, and the name of the particular employee in-charge thereof. When all the documents or requirements have been submitted to the satisfaction of the department, office or agency concerned, the particular employee in-charged shall inform the interested party, petitioner or correspondent of the action to be taken and when such action or disposition can be expected, barring unforseen circumstances.

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