• 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 ...
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  • Blahblah
    Relations Reviewer Vena V. Verga PERSONS AND FAMILY RELATIONS REVIEWER CIVIL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES (R.A. 386) Art 1. This Act shall be known as the Civil Code of the Philippines E.O. 48 of March 20, 1947 Roxas Code Commission Dr. George Bacobo (chairman) Prohibitory Laws contain positive prohibitions...
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  • Capital Punishment
    States | Past use | Australia · Austria · Brazil · Bulgaria ·Canada · Denmark · France · Germany · Italy ·Mexico · Netherlands · New Zealand ·Philippines · Poland · Portugal · Romania · San Marino · South Africa · Switzerland · Turkey ·United Kingdom · Venezuela | Current methods | Decapitation · Electrocution · Firing...
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  • 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...
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  • Divorce Bill in the Philippines
    Republic of the Philippines HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Quezon CityELEVENTH CONGRESSFirst Regular Session HOUSE BILL NO. 6993By Representative Manuel C. Ortega AN ACT LEGALIZING DIVORCE, AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE TITLE II AND ARTICLES 55 TO 67 THEREUNDER OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 209, AS AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE...
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  • 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: ...
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  • Succession Bar
    capacity to contract marriage is governed by Philippine law -i.e., the Family Code -pursuant to Art. 15, Civil Code, which provides that our laws relating to, among others, legal capacity of persons are binding upon citizens of the Philippines even though living abroad. SUGGESTED ANSWER: ...
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  • Capital Punishment
    Denmark Ecuador France Germany Gibraltar Hong Kong Hungary Ireland Israel Italy Liechtenstein Macau Mexico Mongolia Netherlands New Zealand Norway Philippines Poland Portugal Romania Russia San Marino South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom Venezuela Current methods Decapitation Electrocution...
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  • 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...
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    Cyprus Denmark Ecuador France Germany Gibraltar Hong Kong Hungary Ireland Italy Liechtenstein Macau Mexico Mongolia Netherlands New Zealand Norway Philippines Poland Portugal Romania Russia San Marino South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom Venezuela Current methods Decapitation Electrocution...
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  • Divorce Bill
    Here is the copy or full text of Divorce Bill in the Philippines, also known as House Bill No. 1799, filed by Gabriela Representative Liza Maza in Congress in 2005. The bill was re-filed in August 2010 by Gabriela Women's party-list. Philippines is the only country, apart from the Vatican City State...
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  • Treatise
    Article 32 of the New Civil Code: A constitutional and political examination A cursory reading by any student of the law of Article 32 of the New Civil Code would bring about a common reaction as to the similarity of the wordings thereof with certain provisions of the Constitution, particularly...
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  • 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." ...
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  • Comparative Analysis of the Family Code and Code of Muslim Personal Laws on Marriage, Legal Separation and Islamic Divorce in the Philippines
    Comparative Analysis of the Family Code and Code of Muslim Personal Laws on Marriage, Legal Separation and Islamic Divorce in the Philippines Andres C. Soguilon Juris Doctor-1 UNIVERSITY OF CEBU COLLEGE OF LAW Comparative Analysis of the Family Code and Code of Muslim Personal Laws on Marriage...
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  • PFR primer ateneo law
    Quizzer CIVIL LAW REVIEW 2012 Atty. MELENCIO S. STA.MARIA, JR. by BLOCK 4B 2012 BOOK I PERSONS TITLE I. CIVIL PERSONALITY Chapter 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS Chapter 2. NATURAL PERSONS Chapter 3. JURIDICAL PERSONS TITLE II. CITIZENSHIP AND DOMICILE THE FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES TITLE...
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  • Decriminalizing Libel
    Conclusion 18 VII. Bibliography 20 VIII. Appendix 22 I. Definition of Libel The Revised Penal code of the Republic of the Philippines defined libel in Title 13 Chapter 1 in Article 353 as: “A public and malicious imputation of a crime or of a vice or defect, real or imaginary, or...
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  • Kent
    BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Philippines is now known as the rising tiger of Asia for its great economic growth. Business mirror defines briefly the Philippines economy condition as of the fiscal year.A kitten no longer, the Philippines roared to a 7.8 percent gross domestic product(GDP) growth rate in the...
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  • Family Code of the Philippines Faqs
    Filipinos recognized in the Philippines? A. - No, a foreign divorce between Filipino citizens is not recognized as valid in the Philippines and neither is the marriage contracted with another party subsequent to the foreign decree of divorce entitled to validity (Art. 26, Family Code). Foreign Adoption ...
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  • PARTNERSHIP
    PHILIPPINE LA W JOURNAL A PROPOSED UNIFORM PARTNERSHIP LAW FOR THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS: REASONS FOR ITS ADOPTION By JOSE A. ESPIRITU, Assistant Pmfessor of Mel'cantile Law, University of the Philippines. INTRODUCTION Cicero, seeing the chaotic state of the Roman law after its thousand years...
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  • Philippine Family Law
    PHILIPPINE LAW ON PERSONS AND FAMILY RELATIONS: WHAT IT SAYS, WHAT IT MEANS, AND WHY IT IS LIKE THAT By Gilbert S. Coronel I. THE BARANGAY The Philippines is an archipelago. It has more than 7,100 islands and the islands form three main groups: Luzon up north, Mindanao down south, and Visayas...
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