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'Irregular' notarization makes docs questionable: SC

The Supreme Court (SC) has ruled that irregularities in the notarization of public documents may put to question the genuineness and presumption of re ...

ACCESSION

ACCESSION WHAT IS RIGHT OF ACCESSION             Art. 440. The ownership of property gives th ...

ARTICLE X – LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Political Law Part X: Article X – Local Government POLITICAL LAW PART X ARTICLE X – LOCAL GOVERNMENT 1.  Sections 1 & 2. ..shall ...

Civil Law (Conflict of Laws) Memory Aid

Rule 62  Interpleader 1.   Interpleader Original action Presupposes that the plaintiff has no interest in the subject matter of th ...

CIVIL PROCEDURE

CIVIL PROCEDURE Rule 1  General Provisions 1.  Civil action  – one by which a party sues another for the enforcement or protec ...

CIVIL PROCEDURE UP

CIVIL PROCEDURE  LET’S START AT THE VERY BEGINNING Angel of God, my Guardian dear To Whom His Love entrusts Me here Ever this day, be at my ...

CO-OWNERSHIP

TITLE III. CO-OWNERSHIP   WHAT IS CO-OWNERSHIP? Art. 484. There is co-ownership whenever the ownership of an undivided thing or right belongs ...

CODE OF COMMERCE

CODE OF COMMERCE COMMERCE – branch of human activity; purpose is to bring products to the consumer through operations habitually and with inte ...

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW CHAPTER I – FUNDAMENTAL POWERS OF THE STATE  (Police Power) 1.           ...

Criminal Law Book 1

Criminal Law Book 1 Articles 1 – 10 Criminal Law – A branch of municipal law which defines crimes, treats of their nature and provides ...

Criminal Law Book 2

TITLE ONE I. CRIMES AGAINST NATIONAL SECURITY Article 114 ELEMENTS OF TREASON: That the offender owes allegiance to the Government of the Ph ...

Criminal Law Digests

Criminal Law Digests – October 1999 OCTOBER 1999 People v. Marcelino October 1, 1999 Victims Pineda and Bajos were sent by the governor to ...

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Rule 110 PROSECUTION of Offenses 1.  General Rule:  MTC and RTC courts gain jurisdiction over the offense upon the fili ...

Doc’s psychological incapacity not enough to nullify marriage

The Court of Appeals (CA) has turned down a physician’s petition to reconsider the annulment of his marriage of 35 years as the alleged condition of ...

Estoppel  (Article 1431)

Estoppel  (Article 1431) An admission; Is rendered conclusive Upon the person making it; and Cannot be denied or disproved against the pers ...

Legal Ethics

Legal Ethics Legal Ethics – Code of Judicial Conduct Code of Judicial Conduct Preamble An honorable, competent and independent judiciary ex ...

NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS LAW

NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS LAW DEFINITIONS NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT Written contract for the payment of money, by its form intended as substitute for mo ...

Political Law (Constitutional Law) – ARTICLE III – BILL OF RIGHTS

Political Law (Constitutional Law) – Article III ARTICLE III – BILL OF RIGHTS Section 1. No person shall be deprived of life, liberty or pr ...

Political Law (Constitutional Law) – Article I

Political Law (Constitutional Law) – Article I ARTICLE I – THE NATIONAL TERRITORY The national territory of the Philippines comprises: T ...

Political Law (Constitutional Law) – ARTICLE IV – CITIZENSHIP

Political Law (Constitutional Law) – Article IV ARTICLE IV – CITIZENSHIP Who are citizens of the Philippines? 1)    &n ...