For specifics on how the maternity benefit is computed, check out the Maternity Benefits FAQ on the website (Maternity Benefit FAQ) Do ask your employer about policies and benefits. I once worked for a company that allowed new Moms to go home at 4.30 pm – much earlier than the usual time-out hour. Now how do you go about claiming your maternity reimbursements? I’ll share my personal experience with you when THE day is nearing! I'm Toni Tiu, and I've been blogging at at Wifely Steps since 2003.Meanwhile, you can check the helpful links below for more details. This started as a blog to help newly weds adjust to married life. I write about things close to my heart -- good eats, good reads, family, marriage, and the little things that make everyday happy.(f) “Sublessor” shall mean the person who leases or rents out a residential unit leased to him by an owner. – For a period of one (1) year from its effectivity, no increase shall be imposed upon the rent of any residential unit covered by this Act: Provided, that after such period until December 31, 2013, the rent of any residential unit covered by this Act shall not be increased by more than seven (7%) annually as long as the unit is occupied by the same lessee: Provided, further, That when the residential unit becomes vacant, the lessor may set the initial rent for the next lessee: Provided, however, That in the case of boarding houses, dormitories, rooms and bedspaces offered for rent to students, no increase in rental more than once per year shall be allowed. Any and all interest that shall accrue therein shall be returned to the lessee at the expiration of the lease contract. – Assignment of lease or subleasing of the whole or any portion of the residential unit, including the acceptance of boarders or bedspacers, without the written consent of the owner/lessor is prohibited. The lessee shall thereafter deposit the rent within ten (10) days of every current month. – At the option of the lessor, he or she may engage the lessee in a written rent-to-own agreement that will result in the transfer of ownership of the particular dwelling in favor of the latter. (g) “Sublessee” shall mean the person who leases or rents out a residential unit from a sublessor. In the event however, that the lessee fails to settle rent, electric, telephone, water or such other utility bills or destroys any house components and accessories, the deposits and interests therein shall be forfeited in favor of the latter in the amount commensurate to the pecuniary damage done by the former. Failure to deposit the rent for three (3) months shall constitute a ground for ejectment. – No lessor or his successor-in-interest shall be entitled to eject the lessee upon the ground that the leased premises have been sold or mortgaged to a third person regardless of whether the lease or mortgage is registered or not. Such an agreement shall be exempt from the coverage of Section 5 of this Act. At the end of this post are links to articles you may refer to for additional knowledge. Submit the accomplished form with your Ultrasound Report at least 60 days from conception to your employer, if employed, or to SSS, if unemployed, voluntary or separated. I’d love to help you answer your questions, but may not be the most qualified to do so.This is a glossary of Scots English words as well as slang, jargon and Scots Language, with their meanings and where appropriate an example of their use.
(e) “Owner/Lessor” shall include the owner or administrator or agent of the owner of the residential unit. – All residential units in the National Capital Region and other highly urbanized cities, the total monthly rent for each of which ranges from One peso (P1.00) to Ten thousand pesos (P10,000.00) and all residential units in all other areas, the total monthly rent for each of which ranges from One peso (P1.00) to Five thousand pesos (P5,000.00) as of the effectivity date of this Act shall be covered, without prejudice to existing contracts. Neither can he/she demand more than two (2) months deposit which shall be kept in a bank under the lessor’s account name during the entire duration of the lease agreement. – Ejectment shall be allowed on the following grounds: (a) Assignment of lease or subleasing of residential units in whole or in part, including the acceptance of boarders or bedspacers, without the written consent of the owner/lessor; (b) Arrears in payment of rent for a total of three (3) months: Provided, That in the case of refusal by the lessor to accept payment of the rent agreed upon, the lessee may either deposit, by way of consignation, the amount in court, or with the city or municipal treasurer, as the case may be, or barangay chairman, or in a bank in the name of and with notice to the lessor, within one (1) month after the refusal of the lessor to accept payment. – Except when the lease is for a definite period, the provision of paragraph (1) of Article 1673 of the Civil Code of the Philippines, insofar as they refer to residential units covered by this Act, shall be suspended during the effectivity of this Act, but other provisions of the Civil Code and the Rules of Court on lease contracts, insofar as they are not in conflict with the provisions of this Act shall apply.
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I look forward to the release of the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of RA 9653 and once the rent control act IRR becomes available, I’ll surely post it here as well. Toward this end, the State shall continue to protect housing tenants in the lower income brackets and other beneficiaries from unreasonable rent increases. (b) “Residential unit” shall refer to an apartment, house and/or land on which another’s dwelling is located and used for residential purposes and shall include not only buildings, part or units thereof used solely as dwelling places, boarding houses, dormitories, rooms and bedspaces offered for rent by their owners, except motels, motel rooms, hotels, hotel rooms, but also those used for home industries, retail stores or other business purposes if the owner thereof and his or her family actually live therein and use it principally for dwelling purposes.
(c) “Immediate members of family of the lessee or lessor” for purposes of repossessing the leased premises, shall be limited to his or her spouse, direct descendants or ascendants, by consanguinity or affinity. – Rent shall be paid in advance within the first five (5) days of every current month or the beginning of the lease agreement unless the contract of lease provides for a later date of payment. – A fine of not less than Twenty-five thousand pesos (P25,000.00) nor more than Fifty thousand pesos (P50,000.00) or imprisonment of not less than one (1) month and one (1) day to not more than six (6) months or both shall be imposed on any person, natural or juridical, found guilty of violating any provision of this Act.
You also need to have filed the maternity notification form.