• Law on Obligations and Contracts
    Code Ignorance of the law excuses no one from compliance therewith. TITLE I OBLIGATIONS (Arts. 1156 1304, Civil Code) Chapter 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1156. An obligation is a juridical necessity to give, to do or not to do. Civil obligation obligations which give to the creditor or obligee...
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  • Macro Economics
     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) – Obligations...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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  • Study Aid Consolidated Provisions
    . - The civil personality of the child shall commence from the time of his conception, for all purposes favorable to him, subject to the requirements of Article 41 of the Civil Code. 1 2 1987 Philippine Constitution New Civil Code 3 A Decree To Ordain And Promulgate A Code Recognizing The System Of...
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  • Digest Cases Oblicon
    take such steps now because it was the purchaser of the steamship Yusingco at public auction, and it was so with full knowledge that it had a mortgage credit on said vessel. Obligations are extinguished by the merger of the rights of the creditor and debtor (Articles 1156 and 1192, Civil Code...
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  • Law on Sales
    intention of the parties relative to the principal object of the contract cannot be ascertained.” 48 PARAS, CIVIL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES ANNOTATED, Vol. IV (1994 ed.), at p. 375. 90 LAW ON SALES g. Sale of Undivided Interest Under Article 1463 of the Civil Code, the sole owner of thing may...
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  • sales
    prohibited acquisitions under Article 1459 of the Spanish Civil Code as merely voidable at the instance and option of the vendor and not void — “that the Code does not recognize such nullity de pleno derecho” — is no longer true and applicable to our own Philippine Civil Code which does...
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  • Obligation and Contracts Reviewer
    . From the viewpoint of “sanction” - 1. CIVIL OBLIGATION – that defined in Article 1156; an obligation, if not fulfilled when it becomes due and demandable, may be enforced in court through action; based on law; the sanction is judicial due process 2. NATURAL OBLIGATION – defined in Article 1423; a...
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  • Makati Stock Exchange
    Revised Rules of Court, Rule 2, Section 2. 5 Fil-Estate Golf and Development, Inc. v. Court of Appeals, 333 Phil. 465, 490-491 (1996). 6 Rollo, pp. 50-52. 7 Bailey v. Miller, 91 N.E. 24, 25, Ind. App. 475, cited in 37A Words and Phrases 363. 8 Civil Code, Article 1156. 9 Lawyer’s Journal, 31...
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  • Obligations and Contracts
    prior to the criminal action. (2) Independent civil action. — In the cases provided in Articles 31, 32, 33, 34 and 2177 of the Civil Code of the Philippines, an independent civil action entirely separate and distinct from the criminal action, may be brought by the injured party during the pendency...
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  • Oblicon Case Digest
    , knowing and intending the effects which naturally and necessarily arise from such act or omission; the fraud referred to in Article 1170 of the Civil Code of the Philippines is the deliberate and intentional evasion of the normal fulfillment of obligation; it is distinguished from negligence by the...
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  • Labitag
    action. Garcia and Almario, parents of the deceased, on March 7, 1939, filed a civil action against Barredo, the proprietor of the Malate Taxicab and employer of Fontanilla, making him primarily and directly responsible under culpa acquiliana of Article 2180 of the Civil Code of the Philippines. It...
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  • None
    , 1949 The Civil Code of the Philippines AN ACT TO ORDAIN AND INSTITUTE THE CIVIL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES   MAIN INDEX | Preliminary Title Articles 1-36 | Book One Articles 37-413 | Book Two Articles 414-711 | Book Three Articles 712-1155 | Book Four Articles 1156-2270 | Read...
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  • areas, perimeters,
    Philippines, unless it is otherwise provided. Sec. 2. Article 2 of Republic Act No. 386, otherwise known as the “Civil Code of the Philippines,” and all other laws inconsistent with this Executive Order are hereby repealed or modified accordingly. Sec. 3. This Executive Order shall take effect...
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  • Ra 8533
    . It ruled that only the Filipino spouse can avail of the remedy, under the second paragraph of Article 26 of the Family Code,8 in order for him or her to be able to remarry under Philippine law.9 Article 26 of the Family Code reads: Art. 26. All marriages solemnized outside the Philippines, in...
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  • Civil 1 Review Syllabus
    PUBLICATION OF LAWS EITHER IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OR IN A NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CIRCULATION IN THE PHILIPPINES AS A REQUIREMENT FOR THEIR EFFECTIVITY WHEREAS, Article 2 of the Civil Code partly provides that “laws shall take effect after fifteen days following the completion of their publication in the...
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  • Civil Law Reviewer
    provision of paragraph (1) of Article 1673 of the Civil Code of the Philippines, insofar as they refer to residential units covered by this Act, shall be suspended during the effectivity of this Act, but other provisions of the Civil Code and the Rules of Court on lease contracts, insofar as they...
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  • Outline in Sales
    , 28336 and 28331 above referred to, citing article 9 of the Civil Code. But that, even if the nature and extent of her title under said certificates be governed by the law of the Philippine Islands, the laws of California govern the succession to such title, citing the second paragraph of article 10...
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