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ACT NO. 6165
REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6165 - AN
ACT GRANTING CAC STAR LINES, INC., A TEMPORARY PERMIT TO CONSTRUCT,
OPERATE AND MAINTAIN PRIVATE FIXED POINT-TO-POINT, LAND BASED, LAND
MOBILE, AERONAUTICAL AND MARINE SERVICE RADIO STATIONS FOR THE
RECEPTION AND TRANSMISSION OF RADIO COMMUNICATIONS WITHIN THE
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is hereby granted to CAC Star lines, Inc., a temporary permit to
construct, operate and maintain in the Philippines, at such places as
the said company may select, subject to the approval of the Secretary
of Public Works and Communications, private fixed point-to-point, land
based, land mobile, aeronautical and marine service radio stations for
the reception and transmission of wireless messages by radiotelegraph
or radiotelephone with vessels at sea, aircraft over the air, and from
ship to ship, each station to be provided with a radio transmitting
apparatus and a radio receiving apparatus.
Sec. 2. This temporary permit shall continue to be
in force during the time that the government has not established
similar service at the places selected by the grantee, not to exceed
twenty-five years, and is granted upon the express condition that the
same shall be void unless the construction or installation of said
stations be begun within one year from the date of approval of this Act
and be completed within two years from said date.
Sec. 3. The grantee, its successors or assigns,
shall not engage in domestic business of telecommunications in the
Philippines without further special assent of the Congress of the
Philippines, it being understood that the purpose of this temporary
permit is to secure to the grantee the right to construct, operate and
maintain private fixed point-to-point, land based, land mobile,
aeronautical and marine service radio stations in such places within
the Philippines as the interest of the grantee may justify.
Sec. 4. No fees shall be charged by the grantee as
the radio stations that may be established by virtue of this Act shall
engage in communications regarding the grantee's business only.
Sec. 5. The grantee, its successors or assigns,
shall so construct and operate its radio stations as not to interfere
with the operation of other radio stations maintained and operated in
Sec. 6. The grantee, its successors or assigns,
shall hold the national, provincial, city and municipal governments
harmless from all claims, accounts, demands, or actions arising out of
accidents or injuries, whether to property or to persons, caused by the
construction or operation of its radio stations.
Sec. 7. The grantee, its successors or assigns,
shall be subject to the corporation laws of the Philippines now
existing or hereafter enacted.
Sec. 8. The grantee, its successors or assigns, is
authorized to operate its private fixed point-to-point, land based,
land mobile, aeronautical and marine service radio stations in the
medium frequency, high frequency, and very high frequency that may be
assigned to it by the Secretary of Public Works and Communications.
Sec. 9. The grantee shall not lease, transfer,
grant the usufruct of, sell or assign this temporary permit, or the
rights or privileges acquired thereunder to any person, firm, company,
corporation or other commercial or legal entity, nor merge with any
other person, company or corporation organized for the purpose, without
the approval of the Congress of the Philippines first had.
SECTION 10. A special right is hereby reserved to the
President of the Philippines in time of war, insurrection, public
peril, emergency, calamity or disaster to cause the closing of the
grantee's radio stations or to authorize the temporary use or
possession thereof by any department.
SECTION 11. This temporary permit shall be subject to
amendment, alteration, or repeal by the Congress of the Philippines
when the public interest so requires, and shall not be interpreted as
an exclusive grant of the privilege herein provided for.
SECTION 12. This Act shall take effect upon its
Enacted without Executive
approval, November 9, 1970.
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