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Penal Laws of the Philippines
International Law
Introduction: The penal laws of the Philippines have general application, which means that it binds all people who live or sojourn in the Philippines.... Last modified: 21st Sep 2021

The Anti Plunder Law in Philippines
Constitutional Law
Introduction: Soon after resigning as President of the Philippines in January 2001, petitioner Joseph Estrada was charged at the Sandiganbayan for several ...... Last modified: 20th Aug 2019

Visitation as a Matter of Right
Family Law
Introduction: Visitation right is the right of access of a noncustodial parent to his or her child or children... Last modified: 23rd Jul 2019

Philippines Has a Civil Legal Tradition
International Law
Introduction: The Philippines is located between the South China Sea on the west and the Philippine Sea on the east. It is composed of more than 7,000 islands. I...... Last modified: 23rd Jul 2019

The Right of Custody in the Supreme Court
Family Law
Introduction: The children are always the victims. The ensuing battle for custody of the minor children is not only a thorny issue but also a highly sensitive...... Last modified: 22nd Jul 2019

The Duties of the Ombudsman
Administrative Law
Introduction: THE OMBUDSMAN AND HIS DEPUTIES, as protectors of the people shall act promptly on complaints filed in any form or manner against officers ...... Last modified: 18th Jul 2019

Unresolved Territorial Disputes in Southeast Asia
International Law
Introduction: Introduction In South East Asia (SEA), just like any other regions conflicts still exists. However, compared to other regions, the numbers ...... Last modified: 17th Jul 2019

Legal Infringements on the Freedom of Expression
Constitutional Law
Introduction: Since the right or freedom of expression is not absolute, there are legal exceptions that allow the State to 'infringe' on Mass Media’s...... Last modified: 7th Jun 2019