Prescription obtained by a co-proprietor or a co-owner shall benefit the others. THE WATER CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES A decree instituting a Water Code, thereby revising and consolidating the laws governing the ownership, appropriation, utilization, exploitation, development, ... All waters that belong to the State can not be the subject to acquisitive prescription. This Court held: This Court held: The second source is Section 14(2) of P.D. Ordinary acquisitive prescription requires possession in good faith and with just title for 10 years. Art. (1971) Art. (b) There are two kinds of prescription by which patrimonial property may be acquired, one ordinary and [the] other extraordinary. Under ordinary acquisitive prescription, a person acquires ownership of a patrimonial property through possession for at least ten (10) years, in good faith and with just title. In extraordinary prescription ownership and other real rights over immovable property are acquired through uninterrupted adverse possession thereof for thirty (30) years without need of title or of good faith. Whether Article 1108 of the Civil Code of the Philippines, which among others things, provides that "Prescription, both acquisitive and extinctive, does not run against the State and its subdivisions," constitutes an exemption to the prescription periods enunciated under Articles 1142 and 1144 of the same Code: 25 Nov 2009 (n) Art. The period for prescription of actions to demand the fulfillment of obligation declared by a judgment commences from the time the judgment became final. (1) Whether the CA erroneously allowed the judicial confirmation of respondent's title to the property under Section 14(1) of P.D. Art. (b) There are two kinds of prescription by which patrimonial property may be acquired, one ordinary and [the] other extraordinary. Prescription, acquisitive and extinctive, runs in favor of, or against a married woman. 1112. 1529; and (2) Whether the CA erred in declaring that respondent is likewise entitled to registration of title based on ownership by acquisitive prescription under Section 14(2) of â¦ 1529. Acquisitive prescription of real rights may be ordinary or extraordinary. 1111. (1933) Art. Republic of the Philippines, 53 we applied the civil law concept of prescription as embodied in the Civil Code to interpret Section 14(2) of PD No. Acquisitive prescription: the legal steps to be taken Published on the 25/01/2017 Acquiring or releasing property after a certain period of time and subject to conditions determined by law, acquisitive prescription is a common practice. Ordinary acquisitive prescription requires possession in good faith and with just title for ten (10) years. Persons with capacity to alienate property may renounce prescription already obtained, but not the right to prescribe in the future.  1152. The period for prescription of actions to demand accounting runs from the day the persons who should render the same cease in their functions. 1110. _____, _____, Philippines, the said accused did then and there willfully, unlawfully, feloniously, and by means of _____, committed _____, upon the undersigned directly by overt acts to wit: (state the details how the crime was committed). 1153. Under ordinary acquisitive prescription, a person acquires ownership of a patrimonial property through possession for at least ten (10) years, in good faith and with just title.