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Del Castillo richest SC justice in 2011 with P108.9-M

Louis Bacani (The Philippine Star) - June 11, 2013 - 10:21am
MANILA, Philippines - The Supreme Court (SC) has granted the petition of the Philippine Center of Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) asking for the public release of the Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Networth (SALN) of the high court's magistrates.
 
The high court released the SALN of Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno and its justices for 2011, which is the only year covered by the petition of the PCIJ.
 
Reports said Sereno had a total net worth of P18,029,000 while Associate Justice Mariano Del Castillo is the richest high court judge with a net worth of P108,904,000.
 
On the other hand, the poorest SC magistrate is Associate Justice Arturo Brion, who had a P1,498,000 net worth in 2011.
 
The complete list of SC judges and their net worth:
 
Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno P18,029,000
Justice Mariano Del Castillo P108,904,000
Justice Antonio Carpio P79,895,000
Justice Bienvenido Reyes P75,146,000
Justice Estela Perlas-Bernabe P67,101,000
Justice Roberto Abad P43,100,000
Justice Jose Mendoza P27,408,000
Justice Diosdado Peralta P22,642,000
Justice Martin Villarama, Jr. P19,074,000
Justice Lucas Bersamin P18,811,000
Justice Jose Perez P9,380,000
Justice Teresita Leonardo-De Castro P7,944,000
Justice Presbitero Velasco, Jr. P7,264,000
Justice Arturo Brion P1,498,000
 
Justice Marvic Leonen's SALN was not included in the list as he only assumed his post in the high court in 2012.
 
Leonen filled in the position vacated by Sereno, who replaced former Chief Justice Renato Corona.
 
Corona was found guilty by the Senate impeachment court for the non-disclosure of some of his wealth in his SALN.

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