• constitution
    article 2 section 1 Philippine constitution? ang example ay pumatay ka nang tao pwedeka nang kasuhan   Article 1 section 1 explanation Philippines constitution? national territory    What is article 3 section 4 Philippine Constitution? Section 4. No law shall be passed abridging the...
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  • Partnership Laws (excerpt)
    of the incorporators of s stock corporation must own or be a subscriber to at least one (1) share of the capital stock of the corporation. Explanation: There are 3 steps in the creation and organization of a corporation, namely: Promotion Incorporation Formal organization and commencement...
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  • Absolutely Power
    answer. 1. Which of the reasons listed in the Preview do you think best apply to the Spanish-American War? Why? 2. Do you think the United States was justified in sending troops to Cuba and the Philippines to fight against Spain? Why or why not? 3. Did US actions in the...
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  • Stand Up Constitution
    official monthly publication. Section 5 The STAND – UP shall maintain office at the UP Diliman campus. Article II DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES Section 1 The STAND – UP believes that education is a right. Section 2 The STAND – UP believes that the present Philippine educational system is colonial...
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  • Impeachment
    prosecutors. Punish members for disorderly behavior and with the concurrence of two thirds of its entire member, suspend or expel a member (Section 16 par. 3) In article 8 (the judicial department), in this case judicial department has its role by being the judge or the middle man in the impeachment trial...
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  • Stories
    regulations including the authority to hold delivery or release of their imported articles."           SEC. 16. A new section to be known as Section 3611 is hereby inserted in Part 3, Title VII of the Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines, as amended, which shall read as follows:           "SEC...
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  • Banking
    (PhP4,000,000.00) especially cash deposits and investments having no credible purpose or origin, underlying trade obligation or contract. (c) "Monetary instrument" refers to: (1) coins or currency of legal tender of the Philippines, or of any other country; (2) drafts, checks and notes; (3...
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  • TAXES AND LEVIES IMPOSED and COLLECTED BY THE PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT
    TAXES AND LEVIES IMPOSED and COLLECTED BY THE PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT Ma. Ivy V. Fuentiblanca I-BSBA Block 3 Mrs. Galang Economics and Land Reform A. Under the National Internal Revenue Code: 1. Income Taxes It is a tax on a person's income, emoluments...
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  • Philippine Politics
    names. The 1987 Constitution of the Philippines states in Article II Section 26, "The State shall guarantee equal access to opportunities for public service, and prohibit political dynasties as may be defined by law." Many have called for the Congress to pass the Anti-Dynasty Law, but this bill has...
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  • nothing
    the practice of public accountancy. Explanation: one who practices a profession/occupation must be a registered CPA in the Philippines, provided that from the effectivity of this Act, a certificate of accreditation shall be issued Section 21: Section 31. Accreditation to Practice Public...
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  • Nursing Ethics & Jurisprudence
    Association during the Nurses Week convention on October 25, 1990. 3. Amended Code of Ethics for Nurses a. Pursuant to Section 3 of Republic Act No. 877, known as the Philippine Nursing Law, and Section 6 of PD No. 233, the amended Code of Ethics for Nurses recommended and endorsed by the...
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  • Rice
    International Development, 7-2Z-1 Roppongi, MinatoKu, Tokyo, 106-8677, Japan Available online: 23 Jan 2007 To cite this article: Kei Kajisa & Takamasa Akiyama (2005): The Evolution of Rice Price Policies over Four Decades: Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines, Oxford Development Studies, 33:2, 305-329 To...
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  • Types of Audit Reports
    . Report on matters under sections 141(4) and 141(6) of the Philippine Companies Ordinance In respect alone of the limitation on our work relating to inventories and work in progress: * We have not obtained all the information and explanations that we considered necessary for the purpose of...
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  • Data Hacking
    ELECTRONIC COMMERCIAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS, PENALTIES FOR UNLAWFUL USE THEREOF, AND OTHER PURPOSES Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled: PART I SHORT TITLE AND DECLARATION OF POLICY Section 1. Short Title- This Act shall be known...
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  • Edsa 3:an Assessment
    , I am issuing General Order No. 1 in accordance with Section 18, Article VII of the Constitution calling upon the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police to suppress and quell the rebellion. City of Manila, May 1, 2001. GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO...
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  • Layout in Writing a Thesis
    Technology Education Department In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for -----{state the specific subject/course} by: <lastname, firstname, m.i. of the proponent 1> <lastname, firstname, m.i. of the proponent 2> <lastname, firstname, m.i. of the proponent 3> <Date of...
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  • Psci 140
    ). The schedule of the final exam is as follows: Section 3 (9:30AM-10:45AM Class Period)—May 3 (Thursday) 8:00AM-10:00AM Section 4 (11:00AM-12:15PM Class Period)—May 1 (Tuesday) 10:30AM-12:30PM You cannot be late by more than 30 minutes. Good luck!!...
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  • Case Digests
    is a violation of Article VI, Section 24 of the Constitution. 2. Whether or not there is undue delegation of legislative power in violation of Article VI Sec 28(2) of the Constitution. 3. Whether or not there is a violation of the due process and equal protection under Article III Sec. 1 of...
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  • Religious Freedom in the Philippines
    a unanimous right and does not privilege the society to discriminate anyone who accommodates their religion under some circumstances. 2. Article II, Section 3 The separation of Church and State shall be inviolable. With the guarantee of religious freedom in the Philippines, the Roman...
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  • Soliven vs. Makasiar
    accordance with Section 3, Article IV of the 1973 Constitution. Respondents justify the continued sealing of the printing machines on the ground that they have been sequestered under Section 8 of Presidential Decree No. 885, as amended, which authorizes sequestration of the property of any person...
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