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Meanwhile, the amendment to Section 96 provides "The civil service law and its implementing rules and regulations shall have suppletory application.
63) Additional suppletory norms are found in article 1028 of the Commerce Code regarding carriage of goods and article 1164 concerning consumption loans.
A: Under Section 35, Rule 39 of the Rules of Court, which is made suppletory to the extrajudicial foreclosure of real estate mortgages by Section 6 of Act 3135, as amended, the possession of the mortgaged property may be awarded to a purchaser in the extrajudicial foreclosure unless a third party is actually holding the property adversely to the judgment debtor.
But, consider, his hope of salvation must be founded on the terms on which is promised that the mediation of our SAVIOUR shall be applied to us,--namely, obedience; and where obedience has failed, then, as suppletory to it, repentance.
It is immediately evident from the face of the motion that it did not contain the notice of hearing required by the Rules of Court which has suppletory application to the present case, the high court said.
But, consider, his hope of salvation must be founded on the terms on which is promised that the mediation of our SAVIOUR shall be applied to us, -- namely, obedience; and where obedience has failed, then, as suppletory to it, repentance.