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Copy of KP Forms

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The Brgy. Secretary shall use this form in informing the appointed member of the Lupon
KP Form 4: List of Appointed Lupon Members
The list shall be posted in 3 conspicuous places in the barangay for the duration of the terms of office of the Lupon Members

Tearing or defacing the notice shall be subject to punishment according to law
After the PB had completed the list, the barangay shall post a NOTICE (KP FORM 1) in a conspicuous place or a place visible to foot traffic of the barangay

This notice shall encourage any barangay resident to OPPOSE or SUPPORT the appointment of any proposed person in the list
10 days after the last day of posting, PB shall put into writing the appointment of the Lupon Members using the KP Form 2, duly signed by the PB and attested by the Brgy, Secretary
KP Form 5: Lupon Member Oath of Statement
The newly appointed Lupon Members will immediately take their oath before the PB using this form
KP Form 6: Withdrawal of Appointment
Complainant with the help of the Barangay Secretary will fill up this form
KP Form 8: Notice of Hearing (Mediation Proceeding)
Within 3 days from receipt of
the complaint and payment of the filing fee, PB will issue a notice of hearing to the complainant
KP Form 9: Summons
PB will issue summons to the respondents w/in 3 days
KP Form 10: Notice for Constituton of Pangkat
KP Form 12: Notice of Hearing (Conciliation Proceeding)
KP Form 13: Subpoena
KP Form 14: Agreement for Arbitration
PB/Pangkat Chairman will issue subpoena of a witness whenever necessary
KP Form 15: Arbitration Award
KP Form 16: Amicable Settlement
KP Form 17: Repudiation
KP Form 18: Notice of Hearing (Re: Failure to Appear)
KP Form 19: Notice of Hearing (Re: Failure to Appear)
KP Form 20: Certification to file action
KP Form 21: Certification to bar action
KP Form 24: Notice of Hearing (Re: Motion for Execution)
KP Form 25: Notice of Execution
KP Form 7: Complaint
PB can withdraw the appointment of the Lupon Member. However, the withdrawal should be concurred w/ a majority of all the members of Lupon
If the PB fails in his mediation efforts w/in 15 days from the 1st meeting of the parties, he is required to set a date for the constitution of the Pangkat
If the complainant does not appear on the date set for conciliation, mediation or arbitration, PB will send Notice of Hearing
If the PB finds that the absence of the complainant was for no justifiable reason, his complaint may be dismissed
If the respondent does not appear on the date set for conciliation, mediation or arbitration, PB will send Notice of Hearing
If no agreement is reached before the Pangkat, a certification to file action is issued
Any aggrieved party to an agreement may, w/in 5 days from date thereof, repudiate the same by filing this form with the PB/Pangkat Chairman
All settlements obtained thru mediation or conciliation must be:
in writing
in a language/dialect known to the parties
attested by the PB/Pangkat Chairman
W/in 6 months from the date the settlement was agreed upon, the disputant must file this form w/ the PB

Date shall not be later than 5 days from the filing of the motion
After the lapse of 5 days w/ no voluntary compliance, the PB shall issue this form
Just Like Amicable Settlement, it must be put into writing, in a language/dialect known to the parties and attested by the PB/Pangkat Chairman
Issued to the complainant who failed to appear during the Constitution of the Pangkat ng Tagapagkasundo
Arbitration is a more formal way of settling the dispute, as compared to mediation or conciliation. In arbitration, the disputing parties agree to be bound by a decision of a third person or an organized tribunal (arbitrator)
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