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 said
 registration.
 The
latter
is
merely
a
condition
sine
qua
non
for
the
acquisition
of
legal
 personality
 by
 labor
 organizations,
 associations
 or
 unions
 and
 the
 possession
 of
 the
 rights
 and
 privileges
 granted
 by
 law
 to
 legitimate
 labor
 organizations.
 The
 Constitution
 does
 not
 guarantee
 these
 rights
 and
 privileges,
 much
 less
 said
 personality,
 which
 are
 mere
 statutory
 creations,
 for
 the
 possession
 and
 exercise
 of
 which
 registration
 is
 required
 to
 protect
both
 labor
and
the
public
against
abuses,
fraud,
 or
 impostors
who
pose
as
organizers,
although
not
trulyaccredited
agents
 of
the
union
they
purport
to
represent.
(PAFLU
v.
Sec
of
Labor)
 • Effect
of
registration
under
the
corporation
law
 o Labor
organization
may
be
organized
under
the
Corporation
 Law
 as
 a
 nonstock
 corporation
 and
 issued
 a
 certificate
 of
 incorporation
 by
 the
 SEC.
 But
 such
 incorporation
 has
 only
 the
 effect
 of
 giving
 to
 it
 juridical
 personality
 before
 regular
 courts
 of
 justice.
 Such
 incorporation
 does
 not
 grant
 the
 rights
and
privileges
of
a
legitimate
labor
organization
 Where
to
register
 • Applications
 for
 registration
 of
 independent
 labor
 unions,
 chartered
 locals,
and
workers’
association
shall
be
filed
with
and
acted
upon
by
 the
Regional
Office
where
the
applicant
principally
operates
 • For
 registration
 of
 federations,
 national
 unions
 or
 workers’
 associations
operating
in
more
than
one
region
shall
be
filed
with
the
 Bureau
or
the
Regional
Offices,
but
shall
be
processed
and
acted
upon
 by
the
Bureau
which
has
national
jurisdiction
unlike
a
regional
office
 Registration
requirements
 • Federation
or
National
Union
 3. 4. 5. 36
 The
 application
 for
 registration
 of
 federations
 and
 national
 unions
shall
be
accompanied
by
the
following
documents:
 A
 statement
 indicating
 the
 name
 of
 the
 applicant
 labor
 union,
 its
 principal
 address,
 the
 name
 of
 its
 officers
and
their
respective
addresses;
 The
 minutes
 of
 the
 organizational
 meeting(s)
 and
 the
 list
 of
 employees
 who
 participated
 in
 the
 said
 meeting(s);
 The
 annual
 financial
 reports
 if
 the
 applicant
 union
 has
been
in
existence
for
one
or
more
years,
unless
 it
has
not
collected
any
amount
from
the
members,
 in
 which
 case
 a
 statement
 to
 this
 effect
 shall
 be
 included
in
the
application;
 The
 applicant
 union's
 constitution
 and
 by‐laws,
 minutes
 of
 its
 adoption
 or
 ratification,
 and
 the
 list
 of
 the
 members
 who
 participated
 in
 it.
 The
 list
 of
 ratifying
 members
 shall
 be
 dispensed
 with
 where
 the
 constitution
 and
 by‐laws
 was
 ratified
 or
 adopted
 during
 the
 organizational
 meeting(s).
 In
 such
 a
 case,
 the
 factual
 circumstances
 of
 the
 ratification
shall
be
recorded
in
the
minutes
of
the
 organizational
meeting(s);
 The
 resolution
 of
 affiliation
 of
 at
 least
 ten
 (10)
 legitimate
 labor
 organizations,
 whether
 independent
 unions
 or
 chartered
 locals,
 each
 of
 which
 must
 be
 a
 duly
 certified
 or
 recognized
 bargaining
 agent
 in
 the
 establishment
 where
 it
 seeks
to
operate;
and

 The
 name
 and
 addresses
 of
 the
 companies
 where
 the
affiliates
operate
and
the
list
of
all
the
members
 in
each
company
involved.
 o Labor
 organizations
 operating
 within
 an
 identified
 industry
 may
 also
 apply
 for
 registration
 as
 a
 federation
 or
 national
 union
 within
 the
 specified
 industry
 by
 submitting
 to
 the
 Bureau
the
same
set
of
documents.
 Independent
labor
union
 o The
 application
 for
 registration
 of
 an
 independent
 labor
 union
shall
be
accompanied
by
the
following
documents:
 The
name
of
the
applicant
labor
union,
its
principal
 address,
 the
 name
 of its
 officers
 and
 their
 respective
 addresses,
 approximate
 number
 of
 employees
in
the
bargaining
unit
where
it
seeks
to
 operate,
with
a
statement
that
it
is
not
reported
as
 a
 chartered
 local
 of
 any
 federation
 or
 national
 union;
 The
 minutes
 of
 the
 organizational...
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