|BATAS PAMBANSA BLG. 790 - AN ACT
CONSTITUTING SITIOS OF BUNTONG PALAY, DIRAKPAN, KAY UGAT, PALILINGAN,
TINGING, BUNGKAWI, BANA, LABRAHAN, TULAKIN, BUBOM AMAK, INALSAN, INC,
AND KAY SUSO BANGKO ALL IN BARANGAY DELA PAZ, SAN ISIDRO AND CUPANG,
MUNICIPALITY OF ANTIPOLO, PROVINCE OF RIZAL, INTO A NEW BARANGAY TO BE
KNOWN AS BARANGAY SAN JUAN |
|Section 1. The sitios of Buntong Palay, Dirakpan, Kay Ugat,
Palilingan, Tinging, Bungkawi, Bana, Labrahan, Tulakin, Bubom Amak,
Inalsan, INC, and Kay Suso Bangko, all in Barangay Dela Paz, San Isidro
and Cupang, Municipality of Antipolo, Province of Rizal, are hereby
separated from Barangay Dela Paz, San Isidro, and Cupang and
constituted into a new barangay of the said municipality to be known as
Barangay San Juan. |
Sec. 2. Barangay San Juan shall include the area bounded by: N – municipalities of Montalban and San Mateo, E – Antipolo-San Mateo Road, W – Kay Tamban Creek, Barangay Cupang, S – Tulakin Creek, SE – Army Road to Mt. Yabang.
Sec. 3. After ratification by the majority of the votes cast in a plebiscite to be conducted in the area affected within one hundred twenty days from the approval of this Act, the President of the Philippines shall appoint the first officials of Barangay San Juan who shall hold office until their successors shall have been elected and qualified in the next regular barangay election.
Sec. 4. The Commission on Elections shall conduct and supervise the plebiscite herein provided. The expenses for such plebiscite shall be charged to the appropriations of the Commission on Elections provided in the current Annual General Appropriations Act for plebiscites.
Sec. 5. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.
Approved: April 27, 1984.