Gabby Concepcion is facing falsification of public documents for selling the property allegedly without the presence nor the authorization his mother.
Seasoned actor Gabby Concepcion is being sued by his younger brother, Miguel Concepcion, for the questionable sale of their mother’s land in San Juan City, Manila Bulletin reported on Monday, March 11.
The 54-year-old star, born as Gabriel Arellano Concepcion, is facing falsification of public documents for having sold the 890-sqm lot, located on P. Guevarra St. in Barangay Addition Hills, for ₱4.45 million without the presence nor the authorization of its owner, Mrs. Maria Loudes Concepcion.
“Their mother was in the United States and could not have signed the documents nor appeared in front of the notary public as stated in the acknowledge page submitted to the Land Registration Authority (LRA),” said Miguel’s lawyer, Atty. Tyrone Cimafranca, adding that they’ve submitted copies of Mrs. Concepcion’s passport before the Criminal Investigation and Detective Group-National Capital Region (CIDG-NCR) for inspection.
Another factor was the notarization—though its signatories were residents of San Juan, the document is being questioned for being notarized by an official from Tagaytay City who turned out to be a nonmember of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP), according to Cimafranca.
A school currently occupies the aforementioned property.
Meanwhile, Gabby has yet to address the complaints as of this writing.