• On Clashes and Conflicts
    Bangsamoro claim on their anscestral domain is based on their customary laws or the adapt, and the Islamic Shari’ah laws and fiqh in relation to waqaf. Although for a long time unwritten, the adapt is passed on orally from generation to another of the kin groups claiming the domain as theirs. The Shari’ah laws...
    Premium 3575 Words 10 Pages
  • Civil Code
    first Public Land Act passed in pursuance of the provisions of the Philippine Bill of 1902. The law governed the disposition of lands of the public domain. The Public Land Act operated on the assumption that title to public lands in the Philippine Islands remained in the government. And that the government’s...
    Premium 5041 Words 17 Pages
  • Hindu Law
    i n du L aw Law is too often perceived solely as state-based rules and institutions that provide a rational alternative to religious rites and ancestral customs. The Spirit of Hindu Law uses the hindu legal tradition as a heuristic tool to question this view and reveal the close linkage between law...
    Premium 87613 Words 256 Pages
  • political law
    embraced therein, and all other territories over which the Philippines has sovereignty or jurisdiction, consisting of its terrestrial, fluvial and aerial domains, including its territorial sea, the seabed, the subsoil, the insular shelves, and other submarine areas. The waters around, between, and connecting...
    Premium 6444 Words 20 Pages
  • Journal of the IBP 1st 2nd quarter of 2004
    Social Imperative Saligan Urban Poor Unit* Introduction Amidst the looming weight of Philippine traditional property rights provisions and jurisprudence, where the owner and/or legitimate possessor reign supreme in relation to claiming possessory rights, the need to recognize and realize the evictees’...
    Premium 122083 Words 471 Pages
  • Primer on Ancestral Lands and Ancestral Domains
    One of the bigger issues for the past couple of days is the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on Ancestral Domain (for the Bangsamoro People in certain parts of Mindanao) between the Philippine Government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF). Petitions have been filed with the Supreme Court assailing...
    Premium 1579 Words 5 Pages
  • Dfgsd
    Primer on Ancestral Lands and Ancestral Domains Published by Atty. Fred August 14th, 2008 in Elections and Constitutional Law. 2 Comments One of the bigger issues for the past couple of days is the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on Ancestral Domain (for the Bangsamoro People in certain parts of Mindanao)...
    Premium 1597 Words 6 Pages
  • Prga
    SAFDZ VLT VOS Agrarian Reform Agrarian Reform Beneficiary Agrarian Reform Community Agrarian Reform Fund Certificate of Ancestral Domain Claim Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program CARP Extension with Reforms Catholic Bishops’...
    Premium 14273 Words 41 Pages
  • report (pd 1586)
    LAWS The Philippine EIS System is still evolving, partly driven by other laws that have been passed since its inception. Although the rules of jurisprudence normally consider the provisions of the most recent law the most binding, national government agencies drafting the implementing rules and regulations...
    Premium 3330 Words 12 Pages
  • issues
    a. Ancestral domains c. Ancestral site b. Ancestral land d. Ancestral heritage 2.) Office of the government that enforces policies on the identification and care for the ancestral lands or domains under prescribed rules and regulations of the law. a. Ancestral Domains Branch c. Ancestral Domains...
    Premium 342 Words 2 Pages
  • On Bangsa Moro
    acknowledge that ancestral domain does not form part of the public domain but encompasses ancestral, communal, and customary lands, maritime, fluvial and alluvial domains as well all natural resources therein that have inured or vested ancestral rights on the basis of native title. Ancestral domain and ancestral...
    Premium 3769 Words 14 Pages
  • Biology
    van Drogen, Jeannie Howse and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net (This book was produced from scanned images of public domain material from the Google Print project.) BIOLOGY BY EDMUND BEECHER WILSON PROFESSOR OF ZOOLOGY COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Biology, by Edmund Beecher Wilson...
    Premium 10164 Words 26 Pages
  • Taguibo Watershed Issue: Scope and Limitation of Priority Right in the Indigenous Peoples Right Act (Ipra) and the Government's Power in Protecting the Environment
    Government II. Embracing the Separate Items Within a Whole A. Knowing the Laws 1. Constitutional Provisions on Indigenous Peoples 2. IPRA 3. Ancestral Lands/Domains and Other Classification of Lands 4. Legal Provisions for the Protection of the Environment 5. NIPAS and the Protected Areas B. Taking in...
    Premium 12236 Words 45 Pages
  • Tagbanwa
    community representatives. IPRA allowed for the granting of collective and individual rights to land to indigenous peoples through certificates of ancestral domain and land titles.  The rights provided for by these two laws give indigenous people a choice of approaches for regaining some control over their...
    Premium 1190 Words 4 Pages
  • Certification
    Linganan South: Hj. Faisal Amilasan East : Timuoy Felipe Sioko West: Hj. Faisal Amilasan Note: This land has no plant, under Ancestral Domain claim situated at Upper Sitio Sibungon, Barangay Lambaguan, Sibuco, Zamboanga del Norte. DONE this 15th day of September, 2013 at Brygy...
    Premium 2847 Words 17 Pages
  • Biology Chap 23 Study guide
    for Systematics, Taxonomy and Comparative Biology taxonomy field of biology concerned with classifying organisms and viruses; accepted pattern is Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species       (do         kings        play       chess  on       fine       green   sand) Consider: ...
    Premium 1541 Words 7 Pages
  • Studies of Religion 1
    procedures and actions for a rite—a formal or ceremonial act or procedure that is prescribed or is customary in a religious or other solemn use. Ancestral Beings Those spirits who moved about forming the landscape and creating the plants, animals and peoples of the known world. They also founded the...
    Premium 2593 Words 11 Pages
  • Moa-Ad
    A PRIMER ON THE MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT ON ANCESTRAL DOMAIN 1. The GRP and MILF are expected to sign an agreement soon. Is this the Final Peace Agreement? No. It is an agreement on Ancestral Domain (or AD-MOA). This is a sub-agreement on the third substantive aspect identified by the Parties...
    Premium 4808 Words 17 Pages
  • Sociology and Other Sciences
    notable factors mentioned by Weber included the rationalism of scientific pursuit, merging observation with mathematics, science of scholarship and jurisprudence, rational systematization of government administration, and economic enterprise. In the end, the study of the sociology of religion, according to...
    Premium 7082 Words 20 Pages
  • Ifad, Country Technical Note on Indigenous People's Issues - Philippines
    Development Bank Ancestral Domain Sustainable Development and Protection Plans Anthropology Watch Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao Australian Government's overseas Aid Program Boundary Conflict Resolution Barangay Development Plans Barangay Natural Resources development plans Certificate of Ancestral Domain...
    Premium 17961 Words 125 Pages