Article 1156 Civil Code Of The Philippines Essays and Term Papers

  • Article 1321-1322 Civil Code of the Philippines

    Article 1321 The person making the offer may fix the time, place, and manner of acceptance, all of which must be complied with. (n) The person making the offer may prescribe the time, the place, and the manner of acceptance, all of which must be complied with. These things are legal mandate, considered...

      340 Words | 1 Pages   Offer and acceptance, Law of agency, Meeting of the minds

  • Philippine Civil Code on Agency

    has contracted, as if the transaction were his own, except when the contract involves things belonging to the principal. The provisions of this article shall be understood to be without prejudice to the actions between the principal and agent. (1717) CHAPTER 2 OBLIGATIONS OF THE AGENT ...

      3093 Words | 11 Pages   Law of agency, Guarantee, South African law of agency, Indemnity

  • Civil Code of the Philippines

    1949 The Civil Code of the Philippines AN ACT TO ORDAIN AND INSTITUTE THE CIVIL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES Title IX. - PARTNERSHIP CHAPTER 4 LIMITED PARTNERSHIP (n) Art. 1843. A limited partnership is one formed by two or more persons under the provisions of the following article, having as members...

      3237 Words | 5 Pages   Assignment (law), General partnership, Limited partnership, Partnership

  • The Civil Code of the Philippines

    The Civil Code of the Philippines AN ACT TO ORDAIN AND INSTITUTE THE CIVIL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES The Civil Code of the Philippines - At a Glance Preliminary Title Articles 1-36 Book One Articles 37-413 Book Two Articles 414-711 Book Three Articles 712-1155 ...

      132958 Words | 487 Pages   Criminal law, Annulment, Bail, Defamation

  • Philippine Civil Code: Obligations - General Provisions

    Definition Article 1156. An obligation is a juridical necessity to give, to do, or not to do. (n) Sources of obligation Article 1157. Obligations arise from (1) Law; (2) Contracts; (3) Quasi-contracts; (4) Acts or omissions punished by law; and (5) Quasi-delicts. (1089a) Article 1158. Obligations...

      1447 Words | 5 Pages   Contract, Negligence, Crime

  • 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...

      60560 Words | 290 Pages   Laches (equity), Guarantee, Adverse possession, Statute of limitations

  • article 1156

    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 more than the duty of a person (obligor) to satisfy a specific demandable...

      311 Words | 1 Pages   Contract, Assignment (law)

  • civil code

     CIVIL  CODE  OF  THE  PHILIPPINES PRELIMINARY  TITLE CHAPTER  I EFFECT  AND  APPLICATION  OF  LAWS     Article   1.     This   Act   shall   be   known   as   the   "Civil   Code   of   the   Philippines." ...

      129511 Words | 4219 Pages   Judiciary, Motion in United States law, Complaint, Prosecutor

  • Civil Code

    certificate of title. . History of Land Laws i. Lynch Article  Spanish Era 2. The indigenous concept of ownership by occupation and cultivation was recognized early on by the Laws of the Indies which governed Spanish possessions in the Philippines and elsewhere. 3. Royal Decree stated that “justified...

      5041 Words | 17 Pages   Torrens title, Treaty of Tordesillas, Title (property), Conveyancing

  • Civil Code

    REPUBLIC ACT NO. 386 AN ACT TO ORDAIN AND INSTITUTE THE CIVIL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES PRELIMINARY TITLE CHAPTER 1 Effect and Application of Laws Article 1. This Act shall be known as the "Civil Code of the Philippines." (n) Article 2. Laws shall take effect after fifteen days following the completion...

      127774 Words | 411 Pages   Criminal law, Annulment, Bail, Defamation

  • Philippine Codes

    PRESIDENTIAL DECREE (P.D.) NO. 1096 ADOPTING A NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES (NBCP) THEREBY REVISING REPUBLIC ACT NUMBERED SIXTY-FIVE HUNDRED FORTY-ONE (R.A. No. 6541) WHEREAS, the country's accelerating economic and physical development, coupled with urbanization and population growth...

      3969 Words | 15 Pages   Plumbing, Electrical substation, Building code, Apprenticeship

  • Philippine Article

    It is important to know the Philippine territory so you will know how large the Philippines is, all the islands and waters of the Philippines. You need to know this because people can not call you a Filipino if you don’t even know your own territory. This is also important to avoid conflicts with other...

      370 Words | 1 Pages   Exclusive economic zone, Territorial waters

  • Family Code of the Philippines

    FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES THE FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 209 July 6, 1987 I, CORAZON C. AQUINO, President of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by the Constitution, do hereby order and promulgate the Family Code of the Philippines, as follows: ...

      21515 Words | 85 Pages   Consul (representative), Affidavit, Marriage license, Annulment

  • Corporation Code of the Philippines

    THE CORPORATION CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES [Batas Pambansa Blg. 68]     TITLE I GENERAL PROVISIONS Definitions and Classifications Section 1. Title of the Code. - This Code shall be known as "The Corporation Code of the Philippines". Sec. 2. Corporation defined. - A corporation is an artificial being...

      24911 Words | 65 Pages   Security (finance), Stock, Preferred stock, Board of directors

  • The Civil Code Person Effect

    My favorite laws from my own Civil Code Every Frenchman shall enjoy civil rights The foreigner, who shall have married a Frenchman, shall follow the condition of her husband. Sentence to natural death shall imply civil death When a party condemned for contumacy, who shall not have appeared, or who...

      337 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Building Code of the Philippines

    Building Code of the Philippines CHAPTER 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS SECTION 101. Title This Decree shall be known as the “National Building Code of the Philippines” and shall hereinafter be referred as the “Code”. SECTION 102. Declaration of Policy It is hereby declared to be the policy of the State...

      115649 Words | 625 Pages   Sanitary sewer, Sanitation, Sewage, Building code

  • Uniform Civil Code

    Uniform Civil Code India is a secular democratic country. Secularism means equal rights to everybody. The rights should not differ on the basis of sex or religion. The fact that India is having different Civil Code for different persons based on their religion does not suite its secular state status...

      293 Words | 1 Pages   Uniform civil code of India, Secularism in India, Sharia, Marriage

  • uniform civil code

    Uniform Civil Code: An Overview India has multiplicity of family laws. The Christians have their Christians Marriage Act 1872, the Indian Divorce Act, 1869 and the Indian Succession Act, 1925. The Jews have their uncodified customary marriage law and in their succession matters they are governed by...

      2707 Words | 5 Pages   Mohd. Ahmed Khan v. Shah Bano Begum, Uniform civil code of India, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles and Fundamental Duties of India, Fundamental Rights in India

  • The Uniform Civil Code

    The Uniform Civil Code The Uniform Civil Code deals with personal matters like marriage, divorce, maintenance, adoption and inheritance. At present in India, there are a set of different laws for people belonging to different communities. While the Jains, Sikhs and Buddhists are covered under the...

      1015 Words | 3 Pages   Uniform civil code of India, Mohd. Ahmed Khan v. Shah Bano Begum, Marriage, South African family law

  • Napoloen Bonaparte's Civil Code

    Napoleon in later life considered the Civil Code to be the most significant of his achievements. The Code represented a comprehensive reformation and codification of the French civil laws. Under the ancien regime more than 400 codes of laws were in place in various parts of France, with common law predominating...

      324 Words | 1 Pages   Napoleonic Code, Civil law (legal system), Civil code, Codification (law)

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