Gabby Concepcion faces falsification raps over fake property sale

March 11, 2019

MOVIE actor Gabby Concepcion was sued by his younger brother for falsification of public documents for his alleged fraudulent sale of a 890-square meter lot in San Juan City owned by their mother Ma. Lourdes Arellano Concepcion.

Gabby (Gabriel Arellano Concepcion in real life) was accused by his brother Miguel of falsification saying that their mother could not have sold the piece of land located at No. 3736 P. Guevarra St., in Barangay Addition Hills, for P4.45 million since she was not in the country when the deed of sale was notarized.

“Their mother was in the US and could not have signed the documents nor appeared in front of the notary public as stated in the acknowledgement page submitted to the Land Registration Authority (LRA),” said Miguel’s laewyer Tyrone Cimafranca.

Cimafranca also submitted copies of Mrs. Concepcion’s passport which showed her departure and arrival from the US.

Cimafranca noted that while the signatories in the sale of the land were residents of San Juan, the notarization was done in Tagaytay City and the alleged lawyer who notarized the document was not listed in the registry of attorney’s of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP).

Miguel said he learned of the transfer of the ownership of the land to his elder brother upon his return to the country two months ago after retiring from his work in the US.

The actor is the second child of Mrs. Concepcion while Miguel is the fifth of her six children.

Supt. Tom Ibay, chief of Criminal Investigation and Detective Group-National Capital Region, said he will collate all necessary documents on the case before inviting the actor for questioning.