"Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law" Essays and Research Papers

  • Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law

    Land reform pertains to integrated set of measures designed to eliminate obstacles to economic and social development arising from defects in the agrarian structure. One of the existing agrarian reform laws in the country is Republic Act No. 6675, otherwise known as the “The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law”. The main topics that had been discussed are about Land Tenure Improvement, Program Beneficiaries Development and lastly, the Agrarian Justice Delivery. The first main point is about Land...

    Agrarian law, Agrarian reform, Agrarian Reform Laws of Cuba 428  Words | 2  Pages

  • Comprehensive Agrarian Reform

    Research Work About Trends and Issues in Agrarian and Land Reform Submitted to: Submitted by: Dean Lourdes Sabile Alejandrino Bantilan For a long period of time, the agrarian system of Philippines was being controlled by the large landlords. The small farmers in Philippines were struggling for their rights to land and other natural resources. The implementation of Agrarian reforms proceeded at a very slow pace. This was due to the lack of political will. The redistribution...

    Agrarian reform, Agrarian Reform Laws of Cuba, Agrarian system 3660  Words | 10  Pages

  • Ra 9700

    twenty-seventh day of July, two thousand nine. Republic Act No. 9700             August 7, 2009 AN ACT STRENGTHENING THE COMPREHENSIVE AGRARIAN REFORM PROGRAM (CARP), EXTENDING THE ACQUISITION AND DISTRIBUTION OF ALL AGRICULTURAL LANDS, INSTITUTING NECESSARY REFORMS, AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6657, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE COMPREHENSIVE AGRARIAN REFORM LAW OF 1988, AS AMENDED, AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of...

    Agrarian Reform Laws of Cuba, Agriculture, Food security 9746  Words | 26  Pages

  • Declaration of Principles and Policies

    Hacienda Maria in Agusan del Sur involves ninety-four (94) farmers that were already in possession of the land with titles issued more than ten years ago. These titles are now facing cancellation, apparently on the ground that the former Ministry of Agrarian Reform has erroneously covered that piece of land under Presidential Decree No. 27. One of the grounds for cancellation under DAR Administrative Order No. 2, series of 1994 is when “the land is found to be exempted/excluded from P.D. No. 27/E.O. No...

    Agrarian reform, Agrarian Reform Laws of Cuba, Agusan del Sur 600  Words | 2  Pages

  • CARPER

    CARPER (Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program Extension with Reforms) RA 9700 REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9700(August 7, 2009)   AN ACT STRENGTHENING THE COMPREHENSIVE AGRARIAN REFORM PROGRAM (CARP), EXTENDING THE ACQUISITION AND DISTRIBUTION OF ALL  AGRICULTURAL LANDS, INSTITUTING NECESSARY REFORMS, AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6657, OTHERWISE, KNOWN AS THE COMPREHENSIVE AGRARIAN REFORM LAW OF 1988, AS AMENDED, AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR SECTION 1. Section 2 of...

    Agrarian law, Agrarian reform, Agrarian Reform Laws of Cuba 22154  Words | 32  Pages

  • Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law in the Philippines

    of the Marcos land reform plan paved the way for the initiation of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program in the Spanish agricultural sector, during the Presidency of Aquino. In fact, this formed one of the major points against Marcos, emphasized during the Presidential campaign of Aquino. In other words, the introduction of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program had an underlying political motivation. The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) was a land reform law mandated by Republic...

    Agrarian reform, Agriculture, Corazon Aquino 1664  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform

    Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program of 1988, also known as CARP, is a Philippine state policy that ensures and promotes welfare of landless farmers and farm workers, as well as elevation of social justice and equity among rural areas. CARP was established by the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law of 1988 (CARL) which aimed for a nation with equitable land ownership and empowered agrarian reform beneficiaries while, at least, improving social lives. The law was outlined by former President Corazon...

    Benigno Aquino, Jr., Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos 1709  Words | 5  Pages

  • Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program

    Comprehensive Agrarian ReformPresentation Transcript 1. The 1987 Philippine Constitution 2. Article 13Social Justice and Human Rights(R.A. 6657-Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program) 3. Constitution of the Philippines  the supreme law of the Philippines democratic and republican State enacted in 1987, during the administration of President Corazon Aquino, and is popularly known as the "1987 Constitution”. The Constitution is divided into 18 parts, excluding the Preamble, which are called Articles...

    Agrarian reform, Agriculture, Food security 1291  Words | 4  Pages

  • Agrarian Reform in the Philippines

    Group 2 BSHRM3-A 1. Define Agrarian Reform in the Philippines. The present agrarian law implemented nationwide is the Republic Act no. 6657 otherwise known as The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law or CARL, signed into law by former president Corazon C. Aquino and implementing to that effect the government program known as Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program or CARP. It is called comprehensive because it covers not only private lands but also public lands and other lands of the public domain which...

    Benigno Aquino, Jr., Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos 853  Words | 3  Pages

  • Agrarian Reform

    AGRARIAN REFORM (Concept, Aspects, Evolution of Philippine Agrarian Structure, Present Agrarian Problems) REYES, Antonette | NORIEGA, Stella | ALFONSO, Joyce Kristin AGRARIAN REFORM • refers to a broad program to improve not only the productivity, but also the income levels of the agrarian sector, to generate and expand employment, and reduce poverty in the countryside • human relations pertaining to land LAND REFORM • an integrated set of measures designed to eliminate obstacles to economic...

    Agriculture, Arable land, Cultivation 1157  Words | 15  Pages

  • Introduction to Agrarian Reform

    TABLE OF CONTENT I. INTRODUCTION TO AGRARIAN REFORM OF THE PHIL. AND BRIEF HISTORY OF AGRARIAN REFORM II. IMPLEMENTING LAWS III. DEFINITION OF LAND REFORM & AGRARIAN REFORM IV. COVERAGE OF THE LAND REFORM PROGRAM V. RETENTION LIMITS & EXCEPTION ON THE RULES ON RETENTION LIMITS VI. EVALUATION I. INTRODUCTION TO AGRARIAN REFORM OF THE PHIL. AND BRIEF HISTORY OF AGRARIAN REFORM Land reform pertains to integrated set of measures designed to eliminate obstacles...

    Agriculture, Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos 1462  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Gaps in the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law in Addressing the Discrimination Against Peasant Women in Their Access to and Control of Resources

    NOT REAPING THE BENEFITS: The Gaps in the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law in Addressing the Discrimination Against Peasant Women in their Access to and Control of Resources --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I. Agrarian Reform and the Peasant Woman A. Introduction Despite the recognition of various laws on the roles and contributions of women in rural development, it seems that women in the Philippine...

    Agriculture, District, Human rights 1622  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pointers on Agrarian Reform

    RA No. 2263 division of crops 1955 - Land Reform enacted RA No. 3844, 1963, Diosdado Macapagal - Agricultural Land Reform Code. Presidential Decree No. 2, September 21, 1972, Ferdinand Marcos - entire Philippines as land reform area. Presidential Decree No. 27, October 21, 1972, emancipating the tenant-farmers from the bondage of the soils. RA. No. 6657 - Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law of 1988 Resistance in the Implementation of Agrarian Reform - Fragmentation of farm holding - Small...

    Corporate tax, Excise, Income tax 965  Words | 5  Pages

  • Status of Agrarian Reform

    Introduction The idea of initiating land reform programs in Philippines can be traced back to 1963. The enactment of the Republic Act (RA) 3844, Section 49, better known as the Agricultural Land Reform Code emphasized on the foundation of an organization called the Land Authority.Established on 8th August 1963, the Land Authority was endowed with the responsibility of implementing the Republic Act 3844 policies. To hasten up the other activities associated with the land reform programs in Philippines, the Republic...

    Agriculture, Corazon Aquino, Cultivation 1322  Words | 4  Pages

  • Agrarian Reforms

    AGRARIAN REFORM Agrarian Reform is very significant for the economy of any country because more than half of the population is employed in the agricultural sector. Agriculture is the main source of livelihood especially for the developing countries. Reforms are important because they protect the rights of the farmers. Definition of Agrarian Reform Agrarian Reform could be defined as the rectification of the whole system of agriculture. It is normally done by the government where they redistribute...

    Agrarian reform, Agriculture, Arable land 1973  Words | 6  Pages

  • Agrarian Reform Project

    Struggles in Implementing Agrarian Reform in the Philippines L and-related struggles have been a recurring feature of Philippine history, thus demonstrating the importance accorded by farmers to their lands. Over the years, there have been many State-sponsored efforts to reform the agrarian structure in the country, but few have had much success. Nevertheless, the struggle to implement genuine agrarian reform in the country continues. In fact, nongovernment and people’s organizations (NGOs...

    Ferdinand Marcos, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, History of the Philippines 1712  Words | 6  Pages

  • Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law of 1988

    NO. 6657 AN ACT INSTITUTING A COMPREHENSIVE AGRARIAN REFORM PROGRAM TO PROMOTE SOCIAL JUSTICE AND INDUSTRIALIZATION, PROVIDING THE MECHANISM FOR ITS IMPLEMENTATION, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES CHAPTER I Preliminary Chapter SECTION 1. Title. — This Act shall be known as the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law of 1988. SECTION 2. Declaration of Principles and Policies. — It is the policy of the State to pursue a Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP). The welfare of the...

    Agrarian reform, Agriculture, Allodial title 12418  Words | 38  Pages

  • Implementation of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform

    IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COMPREHENSIVE AGRARIAN REFORM PROGRAM IN THE MUNICIPALITIES OF PRESIDENT ROXAS, DUMALAG AND SAPIAN, CAPIZ Anthony P. Arostique MPA Colegio Dela Purisima Concepcion Roxas City, Capiz, Philippines STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM The study aims to determine the perception of farmers on the extent of the implementation of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) in the municipalities of President Roxas, Sapian and Dumalag, Capiz in terms of its major components namely:...

    Implementation, Perception, Provinces of the Philippines 2122  Words | 13  Pages

  • Law Reform

    Pressure groups, law reform bodies and royal commissions all play a major roll in initiating law reform in Australia. Law reform commissions and royal commissions are set up by the Commonwealth and State Governments, where as pressure groups are groups or individuals who review the law and try to pressure the Government for law reform. Pressure groups are social groups who aim to pressure the government into reforming certain laws that they are interested in. The interest of these groups may be...

    Administrative law, Advocacy group, Amnesty International 798  Words | 3  Pages

  • Agrarian Reform Issues

    disturb the present society. 3. What are the issues behind the Agrarian Reform Program on why the problem about landlessness? Is it about the law itself or how it is implemented? - Examples that will be presented in this paper would come from the paper of Antonio Ledesma (1982) entitled ‘Landless Workers and Rice Farmers: Peasant Subclasses Under Agrarian Reform in Two Philippine Villages’. Of these issues behind the Agrarian reform includes the security concerns of landless farmer, owner-cultivatorship...

    Institution, Philippines, Policy 1321  Words | 5  Pages

  • Comprehensive Immigration Reform

    Over time, the United States Immigration system has undergone a myriad of comprehensive reforms which have proven to greatly impact the composition of its population. Though it is unclear whether these specific policies were products of theoretical assumptions, such as those associated with a country’s economic stature, the social norms of the time period, or further contributory factors such as the existing political landscape, the issue of immigration has continued to remain problematic in the...

    History of immigration to the United States, Illegal immigration, Illegal immigration to the United States 2446  Words | 7  Pages

  • Law Reform

    ------------------------------------------------- Evaluate the role of law reform in achieving just outcomes for family members and society ------------------------------------------------- -Recognition of same-sex relationships ------------------------------------------------- Olivia Jane To achieve just outcomes, justice needs to be done and seen to be done. To do this the law must adapt to accommodate society’s changing needs and attitudes. This means that, over time, new laws must be introduced and old ones repealed...

    Domestic partnership in Oregon, Family law, Homosexuality 1985  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tax and Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries

    A Research paper on Agrarian Reform and Taxation in the Philippines In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements Of Social Science 4 Economics with Taxation and Agrarian Reform By Dia, Mojahed D. ABSTRACT From the administrative and policy perspective, determination of magnitude of tax evasion and an analysis of tax evasion levels are imperative so that authorities may evaluate the success or failure of the enforcement mechanism. This article discusses several approaches to and estimates of...

    Manila, Mindanao, Philippines 854  Words | 3  Pages

  • Economic Objectives of Land Reform

    Economic Objectives of Land Reform land reform  noun    (Concise Encyclopedia) Deliberate change in the way agricultural land is held or owned, the methods of its cultivation, or the relation of agriculture to the rest of the economy. The most common political objective of land reform is to abolish feudal or colonial forms of landownership, often by taking land away from large landowners and redistributing it to landless peasants. Other goals include improving the social status of peasants and...

    Agricultural economics, Agriculture, Communism 1318  Words | 3  Pages

  • Economics Land Reform

    College of Arts & Sciences ECONOMICS 1 Lesson on LAND REFORM Land Reform – refers to the full range of measures that maybe taken to improve or remedy the defects in the relations among men with respect to their rights in Land. – Integrated set of measures designed to eliminate obstacles to economic and social development arising out of defects in the Agrarian structure. Agrarian Structure (also known as structural reform) is defined as a complex set of relationship within the...

    Income tax, Land reform, Property 1509  Words | 6  Pages

  • Carp and Carper Law

    More than 18 years ago, in June 1988 President Corazon Aquino signed the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law and thus laid the foundation for the implementation of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program. The law was passed after nearly a year of heated discussions in Congress. It was passed after the killing of 19 peasants who were members of a demonstration of 15 000 peasants asking for a meeting with the President and under the subsequent pressure of a coalition of 13 major farmers’ organizations...

    Corazon Aquino, Government, Manila 914  Words | 3  Pages

  • Peruvian Agrarian Reform

    Peruvian Agrarian Reform The government of Juan Velasco Alvarado was considered a regimen of loss and tragedy for the country. At that time the economic crisis was in an alarming state for the population. The previous regime dictated by Fernando Belaúnde, was the cause of this crisis. Agrarian reform was a measure applied by the president to give a better development to Peru. But, in fact, the development was given? Did the agrarian reform really help peasants? To answer these questions will be...

    Fernando Belaúnde Terry, Francisco Morales Bermúdez, Juan Velasco Alvarado 1004  Words | 3  Pages

  • Deoartment of Agrarian Reform

    “The Current Status of the Agrarian Reform Implementation in the Philippines” Sensing the very importance of Agrarian Reform in our country the Office of the Department of Agrarian Reform is tasked to lead in its implementation; a sustainable rural development in the countryside through land tenure improvement and provision of integrated development services to landless farmers, farm workers, and small land owner-cultivators, and the delivery of agrarian justice, to include external links. ...

    Corazon Aquino, Diosdado Macapagal, Ferdinand Marcos 445  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Status on the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program in the Philippines

    Ateneo School of Government Master in Public Management Public Governance and the Bureaucracy The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program: Addressing poverty from the Ground up Introduction Even before the Spanish colonization of the Philippines in the 1500s, lands in the Philippines have always been controlled by a few of families. The Datus and Sultans ruled over massive areas of lands, as power social status was dictated by the size of the land one owned and the number of slaves who worked...

    Agrarian reform, Distribution of wealth, Economics 2560  Words | 8  Pages

  • Land Reform

    I. Land reform and Agrarian Reform Land reform or mainly called “Land redistribution”. It mainly refers to the right of owning a land. Meanwhile, Agrarian Reform is much broader than land reform. It refers to changes that are made in the land tenure system. It covers issues such as, “who owns or does not own land”, how land is used or who shares to the products of the land”. It also pertains to land productivity and rate of agricultural development 2. Land redistribution There is a so-called...

    Agriculture, Food security, Harvest 842  Words | 3  Pages

  • Company Law Reform

    Company Law Reforms in Tanzania: The Companies Act 2002 Prior to the 1st of March earlier this year, the main legislation relating to companies in Tanzania was the Companies Act Cap. 212 which was enacted in 1929. This legislation regulated trading companies and other associations including the imposition tax on nominal capital, regulation of dividends and surpluses and related matters. This legislation was in force for over 77 years which period covered not only the tail end of the colonial period...

    Bankruptcy, Companies Act 1985, Companies law 1244  Words | 4  Pages

  • Agrarian Reform Philippines

    Agrarian Reform Philippines Agrarian Reform Philippines not only accelerated the productivity of the agricultural sector of the country, but promoted the agro-based industries as well. Agrarian Reform acts and laws in Philippines: gradual evolution * The beginning: The idea of initiating land reform programs in Philippines can be traced back to 1963. The enactment of the Republic Act (RA) 3844, Section 49, better known as the Agricultural Land Reform Code emphasized on the foundation of an...

    Agrarian reform, Agriculture, Corazon Aquino 739  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Programme (CARP) research paper

    The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Programme (CARP) Brief Background The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Programme, or CARP, was launched in 1988 under the Aquino administration. It was supposed to be completed in 1998, but the Republic Act 8532 extended implementation of the program for another ten (10) years, up to 2008. The activities and funding of CARP are divided, fairly evenly, between the two main areas of land acquisition and distribution (LAD) and program beneficiaries development (PBD)...

    Agriculture, All rights reserved, Arc 484  Words | 2  Pages

  • THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF THE COMPREHENSIVE AGRARIAN REFORM PROGRAM IN THE PHILIPPINES

    ISSAAS Vol. 18, No. 1:76-86 (2012) THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF THE COMPREHENSIVE AGRARIAN REFORM PROGRAM IN THE PHILIPPINES Prudenciano U. Gordoncillo College of Economics and Management, University of the Philippines Los Banos, College, Laguna, Philippines (Received: October 19, 2011; Accepted April 5, 2012) ABSTRACT One of the major interventions to effect rural development in the Philippines is the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program, which was instituted in 1988 and its implementation is ...

    Asset, Basic income, Economics 4667  Words | 31  Pages

  • The Current States of the Land Reform Implementation in the Philippines

    The current states of the land reform implementation in the Philippines The Agricultural Land Reform Code (RA 3844) was a major Philippine land reform law enacted in 1963 under President Diosdado Macapagal. It abolished tenancy and established a leasehold system in which farmers paid fixed rentals to landlords, rather than a percentage of harvest. It also established the Land Bank of the Philippines to help with land reform, particularly the purchase of agricultural estates for division and resale...

    Food security, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Land reform 1259  Words | 4  Pages

  • Legal Law Reform Essay

    systems have both been effective in responding to the need for law reform in modern society. There are four key conditions that have been identified as influencing the need for change to law. Both the parliament through statute law and the courts through common law have important roles to play in bringing about effective change. One important condition that gives rise to law reform is the changing of social values. This means reforming laws to suit the changes in society. Social values are standards...

    Civil law, Common law, Criminal justice 927  Words | 3  Pages

  • taxation and land reform

    Aquino to fully implement the land acquisition and distribution component of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP), according to local media. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)egal defense in cases filed against farmers and farm workers also requires their direct participation. The various cases that are filed by landowners to avoid CARP or to bring about a reversion of agrarian gains need to be resolved, but the farmers and farm workers affected by such actions...

    Conflict, Land tenure, Migrant worker 1405  Words | 5  Pages

  • Law Reform- Sexual Assault in the Law

     Sexual Assault Over the past decade, the issue of sexual assault is one that has needed significant law reform. Sexual assault refers to the criminal offences involving unwanted sexual contact or acts, including unwanted touching, groping, indecent acts of other kinds, and rape. Law reform is the process of reviewing existing laws and introducing changes to them with the aim of improving justice or efficiency. In the issue of sexual assault, justice is particularly important. The state needs...

    Crime, Criminal justice, Human sexual behavior 1201  Words | 6  Pages

  • Economic Aspects of Agrarian Reform

    Economic aspects of agrarian reform? • 3 years ago • Report Abuse [pic]sensekon... Best Answer - Chosen by Voters The following are the economic aspects of Agrarian reforms:\  1. Introduction of markets for agricultural land to enable removal of fragmented farm holdings, encouraging consolidation of farm lands, introduction of commercial farming than than subsistence agriculture, 2. Free movement of agricultural goods within the country and to the extent possible across borders...

    Agrarian reform, Agriculture, Corazon Aquino 12722  Words | 57  Pages

  • Agrarian Reform. Essay

    Arian RefornAgrarian reform President Aquino envisioned agrarian and land reform as the centerpiece of her administration's social legislative agenda. However, her family background and social class as a privileged daughter of a wealthy and landed clan became a lightning rod of criticisms against her land reform agenda. On February 22, 1987, three weeks after the resounding ratification of the 1987 Constitution, agrarian workers and farmers marched to the historic Mendiola Street near the Malacañan...

    Agrarian reform, Corazon Aquino, Land reform 508  Words | 2  Pages

  • Nsw Law Reform

    contemporary law reform issue of young drivers and the law. Firstly this report will outline what young drivers and the law is. Secondly this report will examine the conditions that give rise to the need for law reform. Thirdly the agencies and mechanisms of reform will be identified. Finally, the effectiveness of the law reform process of the law reform process in achieving just outcomes in reform to young drivers and the law will be discussed. This report will conclude that the law reform process is...

    Driver's license, Justice, Law 1481  Words | 5  Pages

  • Agrarian Reform

     ECOTAR (Land & Agrarian Reforms of the Philippines Presidents ) Gelli Ann E. Rodriguez D2B- BEED/SPED Prof. Edmil Recibe Emilio Aguinaldo No agrarian-related reform or law was passed during the Aguinaldo administration. Manuel L. Quezon President  Manuel L. Quezon implemented the Rice Share Tenancy Act of 1933.The purpose of this act was to regulate the share-tenancy contracts by establishing minimum standards.Primarily, the Act provided for better tenant-landlord...

    Commonwealth of the Philippines, Elpidio Quirino, José P. Laurel 433  Words | 4  Pages

  • Agrarian Reform History

    Agrarian Reform History SERIES 2006 AGRARIAN REFORM HISTORY Bureau of Agrarian Reform Information and Education Agrarian Reform History Why is history of Philippine agrarian reform important? The Philippine agrarian reform history teaches us valuable lessons and insights about the past agrarian reform programs and the peasant initiatives that contributes to the evolution of the Philippine agrarian reform program from the pre-colonial times to the present administration. Pre-Colonial...

    Agrarian reform, Agriculture, Allodial title 5503  Words | 20  Pages

  • Group Report (Agrarian Reform)

    AGRARIAN REFORM 1987 Philippine Constitution Article II, Sec. 21 “The State shall promote comprehensive rural development and agrarian reform.” Republic Act No. 6657 - it is the present agrarian reform law implemented nationwide. - known as The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform. - signed into law by the former President Corazon C. Aquino on June 10, 1988. - it was implemented the government program known as Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program. HISTORY OF AGRARIAN REFORM (From precolonial...

    Agriculture, Corazon Aquino, Land reform 3247  Words | 13  Pages

  • Land Reform

    3 Models of Land Reform Found in the Philippines I) Ownership related agrarian reform: * Fixing a Ceiling: Fixing a ceiling is the government's decision. The land that is held above the ceiling limit is usurped by the government and is redistributed to those in need of land * Compensation paid to the farmers: Compensation is not provided for land that has been expropriated from foreigners or enemies of the state. Excluding such instances, compensation is paid in majority of the cases...

    Agricultural machinery, Agriculture, Arable land 873  Words | 3  Pages

  • Policy Cycle and Law Reform

    claim to, that belongs to a person by law, nature, or tradition ( Monk LR 2000). Law reform may occur for various reasons but the most prominent reason for this essay is that politically influential people want it. Law reform occurs by political and legislative processes. Laws are contoured by government policies, basically the government decide that they want to change a law and then they develop a policy to put the changes in place after which they pass laws to ensure that they have acted within...

    Government, Homosexuality, Law 794  Words | 3  Pages

  • Agrarian Reforms of the Presidents of Thephilippines

    WHAT ARE THE AGRARIAN REFORMS/PROGRAMS OF THE 15 PRESIDENTS OF THE PHILIPPINES? 1. EMILIO AGUINALDO • No agrarian-related reform or law was passed during the Aguinaldo administration. 2. MANUEL QUEZON • Act No. 4054 (Rice Share Tenancy Act of 1933.) This is the first law on crop-sharing which legalized the 50-50 share between landlord and tenant. However problems of land tenure continued. In fact these became worse in certain areas. • Republic Act No. 1946 likewise known as the Tenant...

    Agrarian reform, Agriculture, Food security 2899  Words | 9  Pages

  • Sexual Assault Law Reform

    The Legal System – Law Reform Evaluate the effectiveness of the law reform process in achieving just outcomes in regard to sexual assault. Teacher: Word Count: 2293 Sexual Assault Law Reform. Sexual Assault is a general term for criminal offences involving unwanted sexual contact; acting including unwanted touching, groping, indecent acts of kinds, and rape. (Milgate, Dally, Webster, Cornu & Kelly – 2009, p.118). Sexual assault law varies in different...

    Common law, Crime, Human sexual behavior 2371  Words | 9  Pages

  • Law Reform on Native Title

    as if it were unpopulated, as there was no formal organised system of living or Government. The common law term for this is acquisition of settlement. There are many cases in our history that have been both effective and ineffective: The Gove Land Rights Case, Mabo I & II and the Native Title & Amendment Acts, which have had the purpose of creating justice, and just outcomes through law reform, with a particular focus on Native Title. The Bark Petition and Gove Land rights case sought to have...

    Australia, Common law, High Court of Australia 920  Words | 2  Pages

  • Immigration to the United States and Comprehensive Immigration Reform

    nation built by immigrants needs immigrants to prevail. In her book A Team of Rivals, Doris Goodwin quotes Salmon P. Chase, an eventual member of president Abraham Lincoln’s cabinet in the 1850’s, testifying on a trail against the Fugitive State Law “Under the constitution… all the inhabitants of the United States are, without exception, persons, -persons, it may be, not free, persons, held to service… but still, persons,” (113). Some authors explain that Mr. Chase was making reference to The Bill...

    Barack Obama, Illegal immigration, Illegal immigration to the United States 2380  Words | 7  Pages

  • Analysis on Land Reform Problems

    Analysis on Land Reform Problems Landownership problem and control of resources remains as a political development issue in the Philippines. Agrarian reform is a necessary condition for agricultural modernization and rural industrialization and the fundamental mooring for global competition. Agrarian reform has contributed to improvement of the socio-economic conditions of landless farmers and political development of the Philippines in terms of engaging the landless in the process of policy...

    Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo 757  Words | 3  Pages

  • Carper: United States Congress and Agrarian Reform

    9700 or the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program Extension with Reforms (CARPER) Bill, that aims to redistribute all agricultural lands to landless farmers. Is an act amending several provisions of Republic Act 6657, or the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law (CARL) of 1988. It was first filed as House Bill 1527 by Akbayan Party list Rep. Risa Hontiveros in 2007, it was later substituted by House Bill 4077, also sponsored by Hontiveros and Albay Rep. Edcel Lagman, the version made into law. Its Senate...

    Agrarian reform, Injunction, Legislatures 573  Words | 2  Pages

  • Legal - Law Reform and Web Quest

    Legal Studies Assessment Task 1: LAW REFORM AND WEB QUEST 1.Law reform is the changes that happen in law. Law can be reformed in 3 different aspects these are social values, concepts of justice and new technology introduced. As society changes , the need for a law reform is high, this is because that with a change in society new laws are needed to put into place to overcome the change. Justice is the quality of being fair and reasonable, in this case as society changes the aspects of justice is...

    Common law, Judge, Law 1332  Words | 4  Pages

  • State of the Philippine Agrarian Reform Program

    STATE OF THE PHILIPPINE AGRARIAN REFORM PROGRAM Final examination in Economics 1 Room 642 5:31-6:31 Submitted by: Cresanelle Polo Submitted to : Mr. Ceferino Manigos INTRODUCTION “Tuwid na Daan” or the Straight Path is a phrase repeatedly mentioned by President Benigno S. Aquino III to pertain to his governance direction for the country. Essential to this concept of “Tuwid na Daan” is the battle cry “Kung Walang Corrupt, Walang Mahirap.” The administration believes that corruption...

    2011, Agrarian law, Agrarian reform 5784  Words | 18  Pages

  • Agrarian Reform Essay 2

    Agrarian Reform I. Context The Value of Multistakeholder Partnerships in Agrarian Reform Advocacy Today, a multistakeholder partnership is being recognized as a more effective advocacy and networking mechanism, especially for bypassed issues like agrarian reform. Its wider represen tation from other groupings or sectors of divergent perspectives and approaches provides critical inputs or opinion to the discussion and analysis of issues or the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation...

    Advocacy, Advocacy group, Advocacy groups 9177  Words | 28  Pages

  • Land Reform

    Science Struggles in Implementing Agrarian Reform in the Philippines “Agrarian Reform: A Struggle for Social Justice” ABSTRACT The paper entitled “Agrarian Reform: A Struggle for Social Justice” aims to give the current status of agrarian reform in the Philippines. It also aims to provide the struggle of Filipinos for social justice in the implementation of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP). This paper aims to explain why land reform is slow here in our country. This...

    Agrarian reform, Implementation, Land reform 366  Words | 2  Pages

  • Agrarian Reform

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  • History of Agrarian Reform

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