Article 1156 Civil Code Of The Philippines Essays and Term Papers

  • Law on Obligations and Contracts

    386 . Civil Code of the Philippines Books of the Civil Code Preliminary Title (Art 1 . 36) . Preliminary Title Book 1 (Art 37 . 413) . Persons Book 2 (Art 414 . 711) . Property, Ownership and its Modifications Book 3 (Art 712 . 1155) . Different Modes of Acquiring Ownership Book 4 (Art 1156 . 2270)...

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  • Macro Economics

    of  obligations  and  the  rights  and  duties  arising  from  agreements  and  particular  contracts.  Republic Act 386 – Civil Code of the Philippines  Books of the Civil Code  Preliminary Title (Art 1 – 36) – Preliminary Title  Book 1 (Art 37 – 413) – Persons  Book 2 (Art 414 – 711) – Property...

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  • Obligation and contracts outline (LAW101)

    OBLIGATIONS AND CONTRACTS Book IV, New Civil Code of the Philippines Title I, Obligations – Article 1156 to 1304 Title II, Contracts – Article 1305 to 1430 Outline of Topics: Obligations (Prelim-Midterm) Chapter 1- General Provisions Art. 1156-1162 i – Definition of Obligation ii – Sources...

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  • The Civil Code of the Philippines: Obligations and Contracts Reviewer

    CIVIL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES TITLE V. — PRESCRIPTION Chapter 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1106. By prescription, one acquires ownership and other real rights through the lapse of time in the manner and under the conditions laid down by law. In the same way, rights and actions are lost by...

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  • Wagi

    i THE LABOR CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES ANNOTATED Volume I LABOR STANDARDS AND SOCIAL LEGISLATION [Articles 1 to 210, Labor Code] By Practising Lawyer, Professor of Law and Bar Reviewer JOSELITO GUIANAN CHAN Second Edition, 2009 Revised and Enlarged ii © Philippine Copyright 1997...

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  • Obligation and Contracts Reviewer

      OBLIGATIONS AND CONTRACTS REVIEWER TITLE I – OBLIGATIONS CHAPTER 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS 1156. An obligation is a juridical necessity to give, to do, or not to do. JURIDICAL NECESSITY – juridical tie; connotes that in case of noncompliance, there will be legal sanctions. - An obligation is nothing...

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  • Study Aid Consolidated Provisions

    considered born for all purposes that are favorable to it, provided it be born later with the conditions specified in the following article. (29a) NCC. Art. 41. For civil purposes, the fetus is considered born if it is alive at the time it is completely delivered from the mother's womb. However, if the...

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  • Makati Stock Exchange

    Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT Manila THIRD DIVISION G.R. No. 138814 April 16, 2009 MAKATI STOCK EXCHANGE, INC., MA. VIVIAN YUCHENGCO, ADOLFO M. DUARTE, MYRON C. PAPA, NORBERTO C. NAZARENO, GEORGE UY-TIOCO, ANTONIO A. LOPA, RAMON B. ARNAIZ, LUIS J.L. VIRATA, and ANTONIO...

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  • Law on Sales

    1 CHAPTER 1 NATURE OF SALE DEFINITION OF SALE Article 1458 of the Civil Code defines “sale” as a contract whereby one of the contracting parties (Seller) obligates himself to transfer the ownership, and to deliver the possession, of a determinate thing; and the other party (Buyer) obligates himself...

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  • sales

    1 CHAPTER 1 NATURE OF SALE DEFINITION OF SALE Article 1458 of the Civil Code defines “sale” as a contract whereby one of the contracting parties (Seller) obligates himself to transfer the ownership, and to deliver the possession, of a determinate thing; and the other party (Buyer) obligates...

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  • None

    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN THE PHILIPPINES The Philippine government has made it a State policy to protect and promote intellectual property rights.  This policy was enshrined both in the 1973 Constitution which provides that “the exclusive right to inventions, writings and artistic creations...

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  • Digest Cases Oblicon

    agreed to the payment of the purchase price to any other party, the payment to be effective must be made to Reynes, the vendor in the sale. Article 1240 of the Civil Code provides that “Payment shall be made to the person in whose favor the obligation has been constituted, or his successor in interest, or...

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  • Oblicon Case Digest

    of the proposed windmill system. In order for a party to claim exemption from liability by reason of fortuitous event under Art. 1174 of the Civil Code the event should be the sole and proximate cause of the loss or destruction of the object of the contract. In Nakpil vs. Court of Appeals, four...

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  • Civil Law Reviewer

    PERSONS and FAMILY RELATIONS I. CIVIL CODE  took effect on August 30, 1950 (Lara vs. Del Rosario) Effectivity of laws GENERAL RULE: Laws take effect 15 days following the completion of its publication EXCEPTION: Unless otherwise provided by the law. This refers to the 15 day period and NOT...

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  • Obligations and Contracts

    BOOK IV OBLIGATIONS AND CONTRACTS TITLE I — OBLIGATIONS CHAPTER 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1156. An obligation is a juridical necessity to give, to do or not to do.1 Concept of Obligations. — Evidently, the above definition of an obligation is adopted from Sanchez Roman’s classic definition...

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  • Labitag

    to institute a separate civil action for damages. Subsequently, Garcia and Almario instituted a civil action for damages against Barredo, the employer of the taxicab driver. * Held: “The pivotal question in this case is whether the plaintiffs may bring this separate civil action against Fausto Barredo...

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  • Civil 1 Review Syllabus

    /.Civil Law Review 1 Preliminary Title Effect & Application of Laws 1. SEC v. GMA Network, Inc GR# 164026 / DEC. 23, 2008 575 SCRA 113 Vested Rights; Substantive & Procedural Laws; Retroactive Application 2. Dueñas v. Santos GR# 149417 / JUNE 4, 2004 431 SCRA 76 3. Bernabe...

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  • Ra 8533

    Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT Manila THIRD DIVISION G.R. No. 186571               August 11, 2010 GERBERT R. CORPUZ, Petitioner,  vs. DAISYLYN TIROL STO. TOMAS and The SOLICITOR GENERAL, Respondents. D E C I S I O N BRION, J.: Before the Court is a direct appeal from the decision1 of...

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  • areas, perimeters,

    CIVIL LAW REVIEWER by Ruben F. Balane Lecture Notes on Civil Law Professor Ruben F. Balane CHANGES IN THE NEW CIVIL CODE 1. Granting of new rights • Example: The Family Code erases the distinction between natural and spurious children. Now they are lumped together as ‘illegitimate.’ Thus, spurious...

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  • Outline in Sales

    G.R. No. L-35694  December 23, 1933 ALLISON G. GIBBS, petitioner-appelle, vs. THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, oppositor-appellant. THE REGISTER OF DEEDS OF THE CITY OF MANILA, respondent-appellant. BUTTE, J.: This is an appeal from a final order of the Court of First Instance of Manila, requiring...

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