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  • Date Submitted: 01/21/2014 06:04 AM
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MIGUEL P. PADERANGA, AS CITY MAYOR OF GINGOOG CITY, petitioner,
vs.
HON. JUDGE CESAR R. AZURA, AS PRESIDING JUDGE OF THE REGIONAL TRIAL COURT, BRANCH XXVI, 10th JUDICIAL REGION MEDINA, MISAMIS ORIENTAL, respondent
R E S O L U T I O N
MELENCIO-HERRERA, J.:
 
In this Petition for Certiorari, petitioner, as City Mayor of Gingoog City, seeks to annul respondent Judge’s Order denying the Motion for Inhibition which he (petitioner) had filed.
The grounds advanced for the inhibition of respondent Judge from hearing, deciding and issuing Orders in any of the seven pending cases 1 in his Court wherein the City of Gingoog, its officials, including petitioner, are parties, may be summarized as follows:
1. Loss of trust and confidence in the competence and impartiality of respondent Judge, particularly in view of the administrative complaints filed against him by petitioner and others before this Court.
2. Entertaining suits assailing the validity of auction sales of tax delinquent properties by issuing restraining orders enjoining the City Treasurer of Gingoog City from proceeding with the auction sales of said properties when under Sec. 64 and 83 of P.D. 464, the remedy to stay execution of auction sales of tax delinquent properties is by paying the tax, pursuant to Sec. 74 of P.D. 464, supra, and not by issuance of restraining orders;
3. Bias, oppressive dispensation of justice, and abuse of his power of contempt in ordering the arrest of petitioner and the members of the Sangguniang Panglunsod of Gingoog City and imposing upon them an excessive fine of P10,000.00 and an excessive bond of P50,000.00 when the claim for salary was only for P5,000.00, and by sensationalizing their arrest with the aid of the Provincial Commander at Campa Alagar, Cagayan de Oro City, as if they were hardened criminals and fugitives from justice, for the purpose of embarrassing them before the public
4. Issuing of Orders against the interests of the City of Gingoog.
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