MARIATEGUI V. CA
205 SCRA 337
Lupo was able to marry three times and had children in all three marriages. He died without a will. The children of the first and second marriages were able to partition among themselves parcels of land, leaving behind the children from third marriage. This prompted them to file an action for partition and alleged that they have been prejudiced in their rights.
The registration in the names of petitioners of the titles to the properties is not an act of repudiation of the co-ownership.