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BACOLOD CITY - A regional trial court judge has dismissed the petition for injunction filed by eldest Yanson sibling Roy and his three other siblings against clan matriarch Olivia, and the youngest son, Leo Rey who has retained control of the Yanson Group of Bus Companies after a series of take overs and retake overs following the July 7 board meeting that ousted Leo Rey.

Y3 victory: Court dismisses eldest son’s group’s petition versus Yanson matriarch, youngest son

BACOLOD CITY - A regional trial court judge has dismissed the petition for injunction filed by eldest Yanson sibling Roy and his...
BACOLOD CITY - Transportation services practically halted. Intracorporation conflict. A family torn in two.

Negros Dramarama: How SocMed reports the Yanson Saga

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Passengers make their way to parked buses of the Ceres Liner at the southern terminal in Bacolod City. | Photo by Jose Aaron C. Abinosa

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Ceres buses wait in line at the Bacolod South Terminal. | Photo by Jose Aaron C. Abinosa

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