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danny
02-24-2012, 04:43 AM
Here is a simple solution to the POLICY BOARD'S/ MANCOM'S "SAN BEDA PROBLEM".

They should dissolve the NCAA and create a new league WITHOUT SAN BEDA (the only remaining founder of this godforsaken league).

Do not wait for San Beda's legal action. Save yourselves the trouble.

danny
02-24-2012, 04:43 AM
Here is a simple solution to the POLICY BOARD'S/ MANCOM'S "SAN BEDA PROBLEM".

They should dissolve the NCAA and create a new league WITHOUT SAN BEDA (the only remaining founder of this godforsaken league).

Do not wait for San Beda's legal action. Save yourselves the trouble.

AnthonyServinio
02-24-2012, 11:50 AM
This case has a historical precedent.

In 2000, Salazar Institute of Technology sued the Cebu Amateur Athletic Association (CAAA) stemming from the former being disqualified by the latter from the men's basketball tournament. In a shocking twist, the CAAA suddenly dissolved its corporate personality and created a new league, the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Incorporated that began play in time for academic year 2001-2002.

The dissolution thus enabled the CAAA to avoid a long and costly litigation process but it also ended their very rich history and tradition. If the CAAA was still operational today, it would be older than the UAAP.

The CeSAFI was basically all the former CAAA member schools except for Salazar Tech. To this day, the CeSAFI has refused to admit the Skyblazers as a "new" member.

reforms
02-24-2012, 06:58 PM
Interesting...

Go go go Mancom! ;D

danny
02-25-2012, 02:50 PM
Surely their lives will go on without the company of BEDANS. Dissolve the league and show the world how these fine men and women can survive, thrive and prosper without San Beda.

Give it a try.

danny
02-25-2012, 03:00 PM
Just vote yes and it will be done. Dissolve the NCAA.


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Sam Miguel
02-27-2012, 01:34 PM
This case has a historical precedent.

In 2000, Salazar Institute of Technology sued the Cebu Amateur Athletic Association (CAAA) stemming from the former being disqualified by the latter from the men's basketball tournament. In a shocking twist, the CAAA suddenly dissolved its corporate personality and created a new league, the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Incorporated that began play in time for academic year 2001-2002.

The dissolution thus enabled the CAAA to avoid a long and costly litigation process but it also ended their very rich history and tradition. If the CAAA was still operational today, it would be older than the UAAP.

The CeSAFI was basically all the former CAAA member schools except for Salazar Tech. To this day, the CeSAFI has refused to admit the Skyblazers as a "new" member.


I'm no lawyer, but dissolving a juridical entity, such as a league, to avoid suit does not seem like a feasible legal strategy.

danny
03-07-2012, 12:58 PM
Dissolve the league or face the consequence of your repulsive action. Your only solution to EXPEL SAN BEDA is to dissolve the league and create a new one without us.

Try it.

animo
03-07-2012, 06:19 PM
This case has a historical precedent.

In 2000, Salazar Institute of Technology sued the Cebu Amateur Athletic Association (CAAA) stemming from the former being disqualified by the latter from the men's basketball tournament. In a shocking twist, the CAAA suddenly dissolved its corporate personality and created a new league, the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Incorporated that began play in time for academic year 2001-2002.

The dissolution thus enabled the CAAA to avoid a long and costly litigation process but it also ended their very rich history and tradition. If the CAAA was still operational today, it would be older than the UAAP.

The CeSAFI was basically all the former CAAA member schools except for Salazar Tech. To this day, the CeSAFI has refused to admit the Skyblazers as a "new" member.


what if SIT sued the people that run the CAAA instead? just wondering ???

danny
03-08-2012, 04:52 AM
To solve the problem...DISSOLVE.

Win-loss record of SBC against these 5 schools since 2006 (from fellow Bedan's post)

Letran 14-1
Benilde 11-1
JRU 12-4
MIT 14-2
PERP 12-0

Save yourselves.

animo
03-08-2012, 10:26 AM
To solve the problem...DISSOLVE.

Win-loss record of SBC against these 5 schools since 2006 (from fellow Bedan's post)

Letran 14-1
Benilde 11-1
JRU 12-4
MIT 14-2
PERP 12-0

Save yourselves.


i think benilde's only win against the RL is via uniform protest
with a heavy heart ;D

The_Big_Cat
03-08-2012, 11:05 AM
To solve the problem...DISSOLVE.

Win-loss record of SBC against these 5 schools since 2006 (from fellow Bedan's post)

Letran 14-1
Benilde 11-1
JRU 12-4
MIT 14-2
PERP 12-0

Save yourselves.


i think benilde's only win against the RL is via uniform protest
with a heavy heart ;D


Since 2006

Letran's lone win versus San Beda (1st round 2007)
Benilde's lone win versus San Beda (2008, the uniform protest)
JRU's four wins versus San Beda (2 in 2008, 1 in 2009 and 1 in 2011)
MIT's two wins versus San Beda came in the 2008 season

and Perpetual remains winless versus San Beda since 2006.

paul0220
03-09-2012, 12:44 PM
This case has a historical precedent.

In 2000, Salazar Institute of Technology sued the Cebu Amateur Athletic Association (CAAA) stemming from the former being disqualified by the latter from the men's basketball tournament. In a shocking twist, the CAAA suddenly dissolved its corporate personality and created a new league, the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Incorporated that began play in time for academic year 2001-2002.

The dissolution thus enabled the CAAA to avoid a long and costly litigation process but it also ended their very rich history and tradition. If the CAAA was still operational today, it would be older than the UAAP.

The CeSAFI was basically all the former CAAA member schools except for Salazar Tech. To this day, the CeSAFI has refused to admit the Skyblazers as a "new" member.


what if SIT sued the people that run the CAAA instead? just wondering ???
SIT can not go after the individuals because the decision was made by a committee and not by the individuals.. those individuals decided in behalf of their member schools and not for themselves.

danny
03-09-2012, 02:22 PM
Dissolving the NCAA seems to be the most logical step to formally kick out San Bed a.

Don't just show us the door, SHUT THE DOOR BY DISSOLVING THE NCAA.

YOU CAN DO IT! YOU ARE THE MAJORITY. :D

paul0220
03-09-2012, 03:39 PM
Dissolving the NCAA seems to be the most logical step to formally kick out San Bed a.

Don't just show us the door, SHUT THE DOOR BY DISSOLVING THE NCAA.

YOU CAN DO IT! YOU ARE THE MAJORITY. :D
Why insist on dissolving the NCAA when only San Beda is the disgruntled party.. Why not San Beda leaving the NCAA if that's what you want.. Easier that way..

danny
03-10-2012, 02:44 PM
Naaahhhhh. Why leave when we can win it all. Let them dissolve the NCAA. :D


A no pasasayahin namin sila sa pagalis ng kusa? Dissolving the NCAA is their only permanent solution to THEIR PROBLEM WITH SAN BEDA. ;)

danny
03-10-2012, 03:33 PM
We make the NCAA look good. :D

As the only remaining founding member,it's our obligation to bring sanity to the league. Come to think of it, it is them that should leave. Leave us alone in the NCAA. They can create their own league. At least magiging founding member ngayon silang lahat.

LION
03-12-2012, 11:01 PM
^ Right on the dot!

San Beda owns the NCAA and we outnumber the enemies 1 - 9. Kayang kaya. ;)

genom222
03-13-2012, 02:26 AM
It should be a rule. Any league that loses all of it's founding members should either dissolve the league or change it's name.

danny
03-17-2012, 03:43 AM
Here we are, at the crucial moment in NCAA history, when San Beda's action will determine the fate of the racist league, MANCOM suddenly came up with the idea of going head-on against the UAAP. duh!

TIBAGING NIYO MUNA SAN BEDA BAGO KAYO MAGING ILUSYONADO.

;D ;D ;D

SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMS WITH SAN BED FIRST. DISSOLVE THE LEAGUE. CREATE A NEW ONE WITHOUT SAN BEDA....

THEN YOU FIGHT HEAD ON AGAINST THE UAAP.

OH I FORGOT, AKTV'S decision was heavily based on San Beda's compelling proposition. OUR PRESENCE IN THE LEAGUE. :D

danny
03-17-2012, 03:56 AM
In other words ,to my fellow Bedans-the forever faithful RED ARMY, we will not defend the NCAA anymore. Not anymore.

We must understand that our support for the RED LIONS is not a support for the NCAA. Until the NCAA regained reason and sanity by eliminating the RACISTS in the league, we are here to support only our school.

NCAA takes aim at UAAP. Ulul! :D