"Alcantara Vs Alcantara Case Digest" Essays and Research Papers

  • Alcantara Vs Alcantara Case Digest

    CASE DIGESTS: 1. ALCANTARA vs. ALCANTARA FACTS: On Dec. 8, 1982, petitioner Restituto Alcantara and respondent Rosita Alcantara, without securing the required marriage license, went to Manila City Hall for the purpose of marriage. They met a “fixer” and arranged everything for them. A Rev. Aquilino Navarro, a Minister of Gospel of the CDCC Chapel solemnized their wedding. The petitioner and respondent went through another marriage ceremony on March 16, 1983. The marriage was likewise celebrated...

    Annulment, Common law, Contract 1853  Words | 6  Pages

  • Navarro vs Villegas Case Digest

    NAVARRO vs. VILLEGAS G.R. No. L-31687 February 26, 1970 NAVARRO, petitioner, vs. CITY MAYOR ANTONIO J. VILLEGAS, respondent. R E S O L U T I O N   GENTLEMEN: Quoted hereunder, for your information, is a resolution of this Court of even date: "In Case G.R. No. L-31687 (Navarro vs. Villegas), the Court, after considering the pleadings and arguments of the parties, issued the following Resolution: Without prejudice to a more extended opinion and taking into account the following considerations: ...

    Bush v. Gore, Chief Justice of the United States, First Amendment to the United States Constitution 775  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Digest

    G.R. No. 170405 February 2, 2010 RAYMUNDO S. DE LEON, Petitioner vs. BENITA T. ONG. Respondent Facts: On March 10, 1993, Raymundo S. De Leon (petitioner) sold 3 parcels of land to Benita T. Ong(respondent). The said properties were mortgaged to a financial institution; Real Savings & Loan Association Inc. (RSLAI). The parties then executed a notarized deed of absolute sale with assumption of mortgage. As indicated in the deed of mortgage, the parties stipulated that the petitioner (de Leon)...

    Air conditioner, Air conditioning, Contract 1081  Words | 3  Pages

  • CAse Digest

    ♥ ILOVEYOU ♥ Oria Vs McMicking Source: www.lawphil.net Art. 1387. All contracts by virtue of which the debtor alienates property by gratuitous title are presumed to have been entered into in fraud of creditors, when the donor did not reserve sufficient property to pay all debts contracted before the donation. FACTS Gutierrez Hermanos filed an action for recovery of a sum of money against Oria Hermanos & Co. and herein plaintiff filed an action for recovery also for the same defendant...

    Bankruptcy, Complaint, Contract 1449  Words | 5  Pages

  • Case Digest

    G.R. No. L-42091             November 2, 1935 GONZALO CHUA GUAN, plaintiff-appellant, 
vs.
SAMAHANG MAGSASAKA, INC., and SIMPLICIO OCAMPO, ADRIANO G. SOTTO, and EMILIO VERGARA, as president, secretary and treasurer respectively of the same, defendants-appellees. Facts: 1. Gonzalo Toco, the owner of the 5,894 shares of capital stock mortgaged these shares to Chua Chiu to guarantee the payment of debt of 20,000. -These shares were represented by 9 certificates; having a par value of P5 per share ...

    Debt, Mortgage, Ownership 940  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ching vs. Salinas Case Digest

    CASE TITLE: Jessie Ching v. William Salinas, Sr., William Salinas, Jr., Josephine Salinas, Jennifer Salinas, Alonto Solaiman Salle, John Eric Salinas, Noel Yabut (Board of Directors and Officers of WILAWARE PROUDCT CORPORATION) PETITIONER’S CLAIMS: Petitioner’s insisted that his works are covered by Sections 172.1 and 172.2 of the Intellectual Property Code and that the copyright certificates issued by the National Library are prima facie evidence of its validity, citing the ruling of the United...

    Copyright, Design patent, Intellectual property 1020  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Digest

    CASE DIGEST CASE #1: Kuroda v. Jalandoni 83 Phil 171 • FACTS: - Shigenori Kuroda, former Lieutenant-General of the Japanese Imperial Forces of the Philippines, was charged before a Military Commission in violation of the laws and customs of war. The Petitioner seeks to establish the illegality of Executive Order No. 68 of the President of the Philippines; to enjoin and prohibit two US prosecutors from participating in the prosecution of the petitioner’s case; and to permanently...

    Constitution, Construction permit, Democracy 1420  Words | 5  Pages

  • Case Digest

    OPOSA vs. FACTORAN 224 SCRA 792; G.R No. 101083; 30 Jul 1993 FACTS: The principal petitioners are all minors duly represented and joined by their respective parents. Impleaded as an additional plaintiff is the Philippines Ecological Network, Inc (PENI), a domestic, non-stock and non-profit corporation organized for the purpose of, inter alia, engaging in concerted action geared for the protection of our environment and natural resources. The original defendant was the Honorable Fulgenicio...

    Civil procedure, Complaint, Defendant 867  Words | 3  Pages

  • Wills Case Digest

    (1) G.R. No. 169144  IN RE: IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION TO APPROVE THE WILL OF RUPERTA PALAGANAS WITH PRAYER FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF SPECIAL ADMINISTRATOR, MANUEL MIGUEL PALAGANAS and BENJAMIN GREGORIO PALAGANAS, petitioners, vs. ERNESTO PALA­GANAS, respondent. January 26, 2011 ABAD, J.: FACTS: Ruperta C. Palaganas (Ruperta), a Filipino who became a naturalized United States (U.S.) citizen in 2001, died single and childless. In the last will and testament she executed in California, she designated...

    Common law, Death, Estate 1286  Words | 5  Pages

  • Case digest

    HULST VS. PR BUILDERS Petitioner: Jacobus Bernhard Hulst Respondents: PR Builders FACTS: a) Jacobus Bernhard and his wife, both Dutch nationals entered into a contract to sell with PR Builders for the purchase of 210 sq m residential unit in Laurel, Batangas. b) PR Builders failed to comply with their verbal promise to complete the project by June, and the petitioner filed before the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB), a complaint for rescission of contract with interest, damages, and...

    Central bank, Contract, Contract law 1011  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Digest

    GUANZON, Aldrin James L. PA 122 REGALA, Marc Daniel d. J. Hilda G. Diokno Lademora, Carl C. vs. CSC, Feb, 05, 2007 Facts: On February 3, 2006 petitioner, the duly elected Mayor of San Francisco, Agusan Del Sur, filed a Motion for Reconsideration of the invalidation of the approval of the temporary appointment of Daligdig with the CSC-CARAGA, where the case contains the following relevant portions: a) On July 5, 2005 Mayor Lademora appointed, Gil A. Daligdig as Municipal...

    County, District, Local government 592  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Digest

    Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT Manila EN BANC G.R. No. L-12342 August 3, 1918 A.A. ADDISON, plaintiff-appellant, Vs. MARCIANA FELIX and BALBINO TIOCO, defendants-appellees. FACTS: By a public instrument dated June 11, 1914 plaintiff Addison sold to the defendant Marciana Felix and husband Balbino Tioco, 4 parcels of land. Defendants paid, at the time of the execution of the deed, the sum of P3,000.00 on account of the purchase price, and bound herself to pay the remainder in installments...

    Contract, Defendant, Easement 791  Words | 3  Pages

  • Assignment 8 Luiz Felippe Alcantara

    Luiz Felippe Alcantara Systems Engineering Management March, 23 2015. Dr. Bill Phillips Chapter 11 – Planning 11-1 - Under what conditions would each of the following either not be available or not be necessary for initial planning? a. Work breakdown structure b. Statement of work c. Specifications d. Milestone schedules In many cases it is not possible to know every single part of a project. Therefore the whole planning for the project will be based on the assumptions made by the engineer...

    Management, Plan, Planning 1006  Words | 3  Pages

  • Digest Cases

    Palmas Case (US v. Netherlands) Permanent Court of Arbitration (1928) 2 U.N. Rep. Int’l Arbitral Awards 829 Facts The Island of Palmas is about halfway between the Philippines (formerly under Spanish control) and the Nanusa Island group (formerly of the Dutch East Indies class). In the Treaty of Paris (1898), the island lied within the boundaries of the Philippines ceded by Spain to the US. Arguments US: As the successor of Spain, who was the first to discover the island, the US has...

    Dutch East India Company, Dutch East Indies, Dutch Empire 688  Words | 1  Pages

  • Digest

    Digests, Using - Research Guide ------------------------------------------------- Table of Contents IntroductionWHAT IS A HEADNOTE?WHAT IS A KEY NUMBER?USING A DIGESTStep One: Finding a Key NumberStep Two: Selecting the Appropriate DigestStep Three: Reading Headnotes and CasesHELPFUL HINTS This guide explains how to use the West Digest System to find case law. Introduction A digest's major function is to allow you to find cases on a specific legal issue or topic. West digests use headnotes and key...

    Case law, Gideon v. Wainwright, State supreme court 1208  Words | 4  Pages

  • Maersk Line vs Court of Appeals Case Digest

    MAERSK LINE vs. CA G.R. No. 94761, May 17, 1993 FACTS: Petitioner Maersk Line is engaged in the transportation of goods by sea, doing business in the Philippines through its general agent, Compania de Tabacos de Filipinas, while private respondent Efren Castillo is the proprietor of Ethegal Laboratories, a firm engaged in the manufacture of pharmaceutical products. On Nov. 12, 1976, Castillo ordered from Eli Lilly, Inc. of Puerto Rico 600,000 empty gelatin capsules for the manufacture of his...

    Bill of lading, Breach of contract, Cargo 1135  Words | 4  Pages

  • Stat Con Case Digest

    Alalayan vs. NAPOCOR Alalayan and the Philippine Power and Development Company assails the power vested in NAPOCOR that "in any contract for the supply of electric power to a franchise holder," receiving at least 50% of its electric power and energy from it to require as a condition that such franchise holder "shall not realize a net profit of more than twelve percent annually of its investments plus two-month operating expenses." Also it could “renew all existing contracts with franchise holders...

    Acts of the Apostles, Cagayan de Oro City, Constitution 2072  Words | 7  Pages

  • Case Digest Basilan Estate vs. Cir

    si Basilan Estates, Inc vs CIR & CTA GR L-22492; Sept 5, 1967 Bengzon, J.P. Facts: 1. Basilan Estate, Inc. a Philippine corporation engaged in coconut industry filed in 1954 its income tax returns for 1953 and paid an income tax of P8,028 2. On February 26, 1959, the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, assessed Basilan Estates, Inc a deficiency income tax of a. P3,912 for 1953 and b. P86,867.85 as 25% surtax on unreasonably accumulated profits as of 1953 pursuant to Section 25...

    Balance sheet, Depreciation, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 867  Words | 3  Pages

  • Reader's Digest Case Study

    READER’S DIGEST CASE ANALYSIS By Bobby Renner March 6, 2013 Overview: This case analysis is about Readers Digest’s recent struggle to succeed in business. Reader’s digest was the number one consumer of magazines in the US and has struggle in the passed decade after the invention of Internet. They have recently hired a new CEO Mary Burner to help restructure RDA. Issues: * INTERNET- The internet is RDA’s biggest competitor. It offers information of all kinds free of charge...

    Balance sheet, Customer, Customer service 1750  Words | 7  Pages

  • Commercial Law Case Digests

    Cargill vs. Intra Strata Assurance Corporation; March 15, 2010 Issues: 1.Whether petitioner is doing or transacting business in the Philippines in contemplation of the law and established jurisprudence; 2.Whether respondent is estopped from invoking the defense that petitioner has no legal capacity to sue in the Philippines; Facts: Petitioner Cargill, Inc. (petitioner) is a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of America. Petitioner and Northern...

    Appellate court, Board of directors, Corporation 1474  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case Digest Political Law

    ARAÑES VS. OCCIANO (Judges Solmenizing Marriage) Mercedita Arañes filed charges against Judge Salvador Occiano of the Municipal Circuit Trial Court of Batalan, Camarines Sur with Gross Ignorance of Law. Occiano solemnized Arañes’ marriage without the requisite marriage license in latter’s house which is outside judge’s jurisdiction. Arañes was not able to claim her right to inherit his deceased husband’s property and she was deprived of receiving her husband’s pension. Occiano avers that the ceremony...

    Annulment, Family law, Family therapy 2611  Words | 7  Pages

  • Criminal Law Case Digest

    U. S. vs Rivera GR No. 16443 March 21, 1921 FACTS: When Leona Laciste endeavored to set fire to the house of Martina Rivera in which 2 children of the latter were sleeping, the two women grappled and Leona Laciste was boloed to death by Martina Rivera. As a result, a criminal prosecution for murder was initiated in the Court of First Instance on La Union. DECISION OF THE LOWER COURT: Guilty of Homicide. ISSUE: Whether or not Martina Rivera is guilty of homicide. DECISION OF THE APPELLATE...

    Appeal, Appellate court, Court 802  Words | 4  Pages

  • torts case digest

    diligence as testified to by its passengers. Inland and Philtranco filed cross-claims against each other. Both respondents moved to submit the case for decision without presenting further evidence. Considering that the documents are admitted, there is no necessity of any formal written offer of evidence and, therefore, after all the foregoing, the case shall be deemed submitted for decision upon simultaneous memoranda of the parties and upon submission of complete transcripts. Thereafter, the...

    Appeal, Appellate court, Court 2493  Words | 5  Pages

  • Civil Law Case Digests

    TABLE OF CONTENTS OBLIGATIONS CARABEO vs. SPOUSES DINGCO 1 G.R. No. 190823; April 4, 2011 COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS vs. AGFHA 2 G.R. No. 187425; March 28, 2011 DALTON vs. FGR REALTY 3 G.R. No. 172577; January 19, 2011 HERNANDEZ-NIEVERA vs. HERNANDEZ 4 G.R. No. 171165; February 14, 2011 VDA. DE OUANO vs. REPUBLIC 5 G.R. No. 168770; February 9, 2011 AYALA LAND, INC. vs. CASTILLO 6 G.R. No. 178110; June 15, 2011 LUZON DEVELOPMENT. BANK vs. ANGELES CATHERINE ENRIQUEZ 7 G.R. No...

    1962, 1966, 1972 1091  Words | 7  Pages

  • Google Case Digest

    Google: Case Digest What is the nature of network effects in paid search markets? Do you expect Google to sustain its present domination in this market? The paid search market is a two-sided market where the advertisers form the “money” side and the end users who are searching the information form the “subsidy” side. The paid search listings are essentially “context” based advertisements that appear either adjacent to the search results or are interspersed with the search results. Advertisers...

    Advertising, Bing, Click fraud 788  Words | 3  Pages

  • Civil Procedure Case Digest

    MIGUEL VILLAGE SCHOOL, petitioner,  vs. HONORABLE AMIR PUKUNUM D. PUNDOGAR and CHRISTINA TRIÑO, respondents. Estelito R. Alvia for petitioner. Macalalag Law Office & Associates for private respondent.   FELICIANO, J.: On 2 October 1985, petitioner San Miguel Village School filed a complaint for breach of contract with damages against respondent Christina Triño, before the Regional Trial Court, Branch 3, Lanao del Norte, the complaint being docketed as Civil Case No. L-111-577. A Certificate to...

    1895, 1899, 1902 1565  Words | 4  Pages

  • Flores vs. Comelec Case Digest

    FLORES vs. COMELEC Case Digest FLORES vs. COMELEC 184 SCRA 484 Facts: Petitioner Roque Flores was declared by the board of canvassers as having the highest number of votes for kagawad on the March 1989 elections, in Barangay Poblacion, Tayum, Abra, and thus proclaimed punong barangay in accordance with Section 5 of R.A. 6679. However, his election was protested by private respondent Rapisora, who placed secondin the election with one vote less than the petitioner. The Municipal CircuitTrial...

    Appeal, Appellate court, Court 449  Words | 2  Pages

  • Lidasan vs. Comelec-a Digest

    Lidasan vs. Comelec GR NO. L-280892 Petioner: BARA LIDASAN Respondent: COMELEC FACTS: The Chief Executive signed the House Bill 1247 which is now known to be Republic Act 4790, “An Act Creating the Municipality of Dianaton in the Province of Lanao del Sur”. Such new Municipality includes 21 barrios, 9 of which are from Lanao del Sur, and the other 12 are from Cotabato. (From Lanao: Kapatagan, Bongabong, Aipang,Dagowan,Bakikis, Bungabung, Losain, Matimos, and Magolatung and From Cotabato:...

    Lanao del Sur, Law, Legislature 644  Words | 3  Pages

  • digest

    application for a writ of  preliminary mandatory injunction, filed by Ang Ladlad LGBT Party (Ang Ladlad ) against the Resolutions of the COMELEC dated November 11, 2009 (the 1st Assailed Resolution) and December 16, 2009 (the 2nd Assailed Resolution).The case has its roots in the COMELEC’s refusal to accredit Ang  Ladlad as a party-list organization under RA 7941, otherwise known as the Party-ListSystem Act. Before the COMELEC, Ang Ladlad argued that the LGBT (lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender)...

    Democracy, Dogma, Freedom of speech 864  Words | 3  Pages

  • caunca case digest

    informations were filed against the petitioner, one, for illegal possession of firearms before the Court of First Instance of Rizal and the other for violation of P.D. 33 before the City Court of Quezon City. Against the other accused, however, the cases filed were for violation of P.D. 885 as amended. Significantly, the petitioner was excluded from the charge under the Revised Anti-Subversion Law. During the pendency of this petition, it is significant that his arraignment and further proceedings...

    Arbitrary arrest and detention, Boumediene v. Bush, Habeas corpus 1521  Words | 4  Pages

  • Law Case Digest

    LAPU-LAPU VS. COURT OF APPEALS G.R. No. 126006               January 29, 2004 Petitioner: LAPULAPU FOUNDATION, INC. and ELIAS Q. TAN Respondents: COURT OF APPEALS (Seventeenth Division) and ALLIED BANKING CORP. Ponente: CALLEJO, SR., J FACTS: In 1977, four loans from Allied Banking Corporation which is enclosed by four promissory notes amounting P100, 000 each was acquired by Elias Q. Tan, then President of Lapu-lapu Foundation, Inc. The bank was inhibited to file with the Regional Trial...

    Appeal, Bond, Corporation 997  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Digest G.R. No. 171118

    G.R. No. 171118 In cases when an employee is unjustly dismissed from work, he shall be entitled to reinstatement without loss of seniority rights and other privileges, inclusive of allowances, and other benefits or their monetary equivalent from the time the compensation was withheld up to the time of actual reinstatement. The awards of moral damages and exemplary damages are also in order and grant of attorney's fees is likewise proper. ISSUES: 1. WON the respondents were validly dismissed...

    Appeal, Employment, Law 1023  Words | 4  Pages

  • Fieldman Insurance Co. Inc. vs Vda de Songco Case Digest

    ADDITIONAL BATCH 7 (SORRY GUYS) 1377/FIELDMAN vs SONGCO/CBR FACTS: Federico Songco of Floridablanca, Pampanga, a man of scant education being only a first grader ..., owned a private jeepney for the year 1960. On September 15, 1960, he was induced by Fieldmen's Insurance Company Pampanga agent Benjamin Sambat to apply for a Common Carrier's Liability Insurance Policy covering his motor vehicle ... Upon paying an annual premium of P16.50, defendant Fieldmen's Insurance Company, Inc. issued on September...

    Boiler insurance, Economics, Insurance 901  Words | 3  Pages

  • case digest for corporation law

    TAYAG v BENGUET CONSOLIDATED, INC. Facts: In this case there was an order issued by the CFI of Manila compelling the domiciliary administrator of the Trust Company of New York to surrender to the ancillary administrator in the Philippines the stock certificates owned by the deceased Idonah Perkins to satisfy the legitimate claims of local creditors. However, such company challenged the said order invoking some provisions of its by-laws concerning procedures to be followed in surrendering a stock...

    Contract, Corporation, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 1453  Words | 5  Pages

  • Aglipay vs. Ruiz Case Digest

    Aglipay vs. Ruiz [64 PHIL 201; G.R. NO. 45459; 13 MAR 1937] Case Digest I. Facts In May 1936, the Director of Posts announced in the dailies of Manila that he would order the issuance of postage stamps commemorating the celebration in the City of Manila of the 33rd International Eucharistic Congress, organized by the Roman Catholic Church. The petitioner, Mons. Gregorio Aglipay, Supreme Head of the Philippine Independent Church, in the fulfillment of what he considers to be a civic duty...

    Catholic Church, Christianity, Eastern Catholic Churches 419  Words | 2  Pages

  • miranda vs arizona case

     In the Miranda vs Arizona case Miranda established that the police are required to inform arrested persons that they have the right to remain silent, that anything they say may be used against them, and that they have the right to an attorney. The case involved a claim by the plaintiff that the state of Arizona, by obtaining a confession from him without having informed him of his right to have a lawyer present, had violated his rights under the Fifth Amendment regarding self incrimination...

    Arrest, Dickerson v. United States, Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution 1496  Words | 7  Pages

  • Oblicon Digests

    Michael Anthony L. Leachon Obligation and Contracts Case Digests PNB VS CA 315 SCRA 309 FACTS: * October 23, 1990 Lily S. Pujol opened an account with the petitioner PNB(Mandaluyong branch.) She applied for a “combo account” under her business name “Pujol Trading.” This account is a combination of a savings and current account wherein if there are insufficient funds in the current account of the owner then the funds of the savings fund will be used. PNB thereafter, issued a passbook with...

    Contract, Credit card, Guzman 2323  Words | 7  Pages

  • Cuadra v. Monfort case digest

    Business Law Kikuchi, Nikka Lei N. October 14, 2014 Cuadra v. Monfort Case Digest Statement of the facts: I. Maria Teresa Cuadra and Maria Teresa Monfort were classmates in Grade Six at the Mabini Elementary School in Bacolod City. On July 9, 1962 their teacher assigned them, together with three other classmates, to weed the grass in the school premises. While thus engaged Maria Teresa Monfort found a plastic headband, an ornamental object commonly worn by young girls...

    22nd century, Ayumi Hamasaki, Bacolod City 564  Words | 2  Pages

  • case digest 1

    C.A. No. 299             March 18, 1946 FELIX ADAN, plaintiff-appellant, vs. AGAPITO CASILI and VICTORIA ADAN, defendants-appellees. OZAETA, J.: The plaintiff Felix Adan commenced this action in the Court of First Instance of Camarines Sur against his sister Victoria Adan and the latter's husband, Agapito Casili, to secure the judicial partition of the estate left by their deceased mother, Simplicia Nepomuceno, alleged to consist of six parcels of land which are specifically described in...

    Camarines Sur, Complaint, Defendant 1773  Words | 2  Pages

  • Digested Sales Cases

    cancellation of the TCT of the Narcisos on the ground that their consent to the deed of sale in favor of Maximo was obtained through fraud. The spouses also instituted a complaint to nullify the deeds of sale in 1936 and 1951. The trial court tried the case jointly. It ruled in favor of Miguel and Candida. The appellate court, however, reversed the judgment and rendered the sale valid on the ground of prescription. According to the appellate court, the sale is voidable and subject to annulment only within...

    Contract, Contract law, Legal terms 4061  Words | 11  Pages

  • Case# Kodak vs Fuji

    CASE# KODAK VS FUJI Case Study On: Kodak vs Fuji The Battle For Global Market Share Under the Supervision of and Submitted To …………………….. ………. business Ethics & Legal Environment (510) Submitted By ……………… faculty of business studies 21 April 2012 Jahangirnagar University Savar, Dhaka CASE SUMMARY As retail America is undergoes a dramatic change with the constant consolidation of companies, management must strive to maintain a competitive advantage or risk...

    Eastman Kodak, Fujifilm, Instant film 1241  Words | 5  Pages

  • case digest

    Calvo v. UCPB General Insurance Case Digest Calvo v. UCPB General Insurance  G.R. No. 148496 March 19, 2002 Facts: Petitioner Virgines Calvo, owner of Transorient Container Terminal Services, Inc. (TCTSI), and a custom broker, entered into a contract with San Miguel Corporation (SMC) for the transfer of 114 reels of semi-chemical fluting paper and 124 reels of kraft liner board from the port area to the Tabacalera Compound, Ermita, Manila. The cargo was insured by respondent UCPB General Insurance...

    Actuarial science, Indemnity, Insurance 6534  Words | 20  Pages

  • Case Digest

    Constitutional Law Case Digest People vs. Perfecto Facts: Perfecto was convicted by the municipal trial court as editor of La Nacion for publishing libelous statement pursuant to Article 256 of Spanish Penal Code. Issue: whether article 256 of the Spanish Penal Code, punishing "Any person who, by . . . writing, shall defame, abuse, or insult any Minister of the Crown or other person in authority . . .," is still in force. Ruling: 1. Effect of the Philippine Libel Law, Act No. 277...

    Corazon Aquino, De facto, Ferdinand Marcos 2264  Words | 8  Pages

  • Assignment 4 Luiz Felippe Alcantara

    Luiz Felippe Alcantara Systems Engineering Management February 1, 2015. Dr. Bill Phillips Como Tool and Die 1 – Does Como have a choice in whether to accept project management as a culture? I don’t think so, since Ford is their major costumer and they require four product development leaving Como out of choice, to keep in business they need to accept project management or change their larger client. 2 – How much influence should a customer be able to exert on how the contractors manage...

    Construction, Management, Organization 592  Words | 2  Pages

  • Wensha vs Yung Case Digest

    G.R. No. 185122 August 16, 2010 WENSHA SPA CENTER, INC. and/or XU ZHI JIE, Petitioners, vs. LORETA T. YUNG, Respondent. A petition for review on certiorari under Rule 45 of the Rules of Court filed by an employer who was charged before the National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC) for dismissing an employee upon the advice of a Feng Shui master. Facts: Wensha Spa Center, Inc. (Wensha) in Quezon City is in the business of sauna bath and massage services. Xu Zhi Jie a.k.a. Pobby...

    Employment, Feng shui, Joint and several liability 816  Words | 2  Pages

  • Case: Culbertson vs Brodsky

    KAPLAN UNIVERSYTY ASSIGNMENT #1 UNIT # 1 CASE STUDY: ILLUSORY PROMISE REGULATION INSTRUCTOR ELAINE LERNER SECTION AC502-01N BY CARLOS ESTRELLA ------------------------------------------------- Culbertson vs. Brodsky: a Case for Illusory Promise Illusory Promise is said to be a statement, a promise, and or an assurance that appears to assure a person or an entity to do or execute an action or activity and form a contract which, when properly scrutinized, leaves to the speaker...

    Breach of contract, Common law, Contract 924  Words | 3  Pages

  • Balfour vs. Balfour Case Study

    Law of contract BALFOUR vs. BALFOUR [1919] 2K.B. 571 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 2. LIST OF CASES 3. FACTS OF THE CASE 4. ISSUES INVOLVED ...

    Consideration, Consumer Protection, Contract 1844  Words | 6  Pages

  • Reas vs Relacion - Case Digest

    Reas vs Relacion (AM no. P-05-2095, February 9, 2011) Facts: Petitioner, Benigno B. Reas files a complaint against Respondent, Carlos M. Relacion with gross dishonesty and grave misconduct. The complainant alleged that the respondent harassed a certain cooperative to a point of violence just to release his own salary check. Relacion did not return the check to the Cooperative despite repetitive demands; that when the COC confronted Relacion, he mauled him when he refused Relacion’s offer to pay...

    Bench, Cooperative, Defendant 359  Words | 1  Pages

  • Abakada vs Ermita Case Digest

    ABAKADA GROUP PARTY LIST vs. ERMITA (From San Beda Law Journal Case Update) FACTS: G.R. No. 168056 Before RA 9337 took effect, petitioners ABAKADA GURO Party List et al filed a petition for prohibition questioning the constitutionality of Section 4, 5, and 6 of RA 9337 amending Sections 106, 107, and 108 respectively of the NIRC. These questioned provisions contain a uniform proviso authorizing the President upon recommendation of the Secretary of Finance, to raise the VAT rate to...

    Income tax, Progressive tax, Tax 4947  Words | 15  Pages

  • Assignment 5 Luiz Felippe Alcantara

    Luiz Felippe Alcantara Systems Engineering Management February 22, 2015. Dr. Bill Phillips Ducor Chemical 1 – How do we create a partnership between the project manager and line manger when project manager focuses only on the best interest of his/her project and the line manager is expected to make impartial company decisions? They need to work together for the great good, which is the success of the company. The project, and line manager must expose their position about the process and...

    Lebanon, Tennessee, Management, ManaGeR 554  Words | 2  Pages

  • Sahara vs Sebi Case

    LEGAL ASPECTS OF MANAGEMENT ASSIGNMENT SAHARA INDIA REAL ESTATE CORPORATION LIMITED AND OTHERS VS SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE BOARD INDIA AND ANOTHER Presented by: Ateendra Mishra Section a Roll No.:48 1 INTRODUCTION ABOUT THE CASE On, 31st Aug, 2012, Supreme Court of India passed a landmark judgment wherein, the honorable court ordered business conglomerate and leading sports sponsor Sahara to refund more than $3 billion it collected from millions of small savers. It all started when in...

    Bond, Debenture, Initial public offering 1633  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Abortion Case Roe vs Wade

    The Abortion Case: Roe vs. Wade Abstract Roe vs. Wade is one of the most controversial cases in U.S. history. The historic decision made by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1973 legalized abortion on a federal level. Now more than thirty years later people all over the country are trying to overturn the decision as well as striving to keep it intact. The Abortion Case: Roe vs. Wade A Texas law that made abortion a crime except when in the case of saving the mothers life was overruled by the United...

    Abortion, Abortion debate, Abortion law 1318  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case Digest People vs Escordial

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