Philippine Legal System: Sangguniang Kabataan, Divorce Bill, Death Penalty

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In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree in Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Legal Management, and in fulfillment of the requirements for the subject Legal Research (LGM 402), the following legal issues are respectfully submitted for approval.

▪ Whether or not the Sangguniang Kabataan should be abolished or reformed. ▪ Should the Divorce bill be implemented in the Philippines. ▪ Is there a need for the revival of Death Penalty in the Philippine Judicial System.




This research is a fruitful product of a long, laborious yet exciting preparation thanks to some people that made it nevertheless wonderful.

First and foremost, I would like to thank GOD for helping me get through tough times and giving me wisdom, faith, patience and strength to completing this work.

To my most precious parents, Ofelia T. Monton and Arnil M. Monton, who gave me a wonderful life, without them, none of these would be possible. Their support, encouraging and countless words of astuteness made me strive to reach and realize my potentials. They taught me to stand on my own and gain confidence in myself to undertake daily tasks.

To my siblings Kuya Ryver and Deacon for relieving my stress and giving out crazy yet helpful advises.

To my boyfriend, Paul Isiah Madrona, for extending unwavering boosts of encouragement to uplift my impatient morale and bearing and helping me through the wee hours of working on this research. Thank you for providing greater loving and understanding through the confusion, stubbornness and pressure I had while doing this work.

To our professor, Atty. Josephrally Chavez, who gave the needed instructions and assistance for this research.

Also, to my ever dearest...
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