Requested on the Supreme Court upon ABS-CBN’s conquest with its outstanding Quo Warranto case with the Office of the Solicitor’s General. On Tuesday the highest lawyer seeks to plea "very urgent motion" asking the high court to issue prohibiting another person to act ABS-CBN’s behalf.
To identify whether or not such corporation is incompatible or forbidden.
Case digest on HRET jurisdiction. Jurisprudence in Political and Constitutional law.
Preliminary Provisions and Basic Concepts A. National Territory Article 1 of the 1987 constitution provides that : "The national territory comprises the Philippine archipelago, with all the islands and waters 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... Continue Reading →
Facts: An administrative complaint was filed against private respondent Fe Sibbaluca, the Administrative Officer III of the Provincial Health Office of Cagayan, for grave misconduct, dishonesty; etc. As a consequence of the administrative case, private respondent was placed under preventive suspension for ninety  days by herein petitioner Secretary of Health. Private respondent sought the... Continue Reading →
TOPIC: Administrative Regions and Autonomous Regions PROVINCE OF NORTH COTABATO vs. GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES G.R. Nos. 183591, 183752, 183893, 183951, & 183962 October 14, 2008 FACTS: On 8 August 2008, the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP), represented by the GRP Peace Panel and the Presidential Adviser on the... Continue Reading →
Comelec Resolutions 2018 Barangay & SK Elections • Resolution No. 10249 - Joint Security Control Center • Resolution No. 10248 - Official Ballots for BSKE2018 • Resolution No. 10247 - Guidelines for BSKE2018 • Resolution No. 10246 - Calendar of Activities for BSKE2018 2017 Barangay & SK Elections • Resolution No. 10214 - Registration of... Continue Reading →
2018 Barangay & SK Elections 1. COMELEC Resolution No. 10249 2. COMELEC Resolution No. 10248 3. COMELEC Resolution No. 10247 4. COMELEC Resolution No. 10246
Promulgation: 15 January 2018 CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES AND PERIODS OF CERTAIN PROHIBITED ACTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE MAY 14, 2018 SYNCHRONIZED BARANGAY AND SANGGUNIANG KABATAAN (SK) ELECTIONS Pursuant to the powers vested in it by the Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines, the Omnibus Election Code (B.P. Blg. 881), Republic Acts 6646, 7166, 8189,... Continue Reading →
Promulgation: 15 January 2018 IN THE MATTER OF ADOPTING PERTINENT RESOLUTIONS PROMULGATED IN CONNECTION WITH THE 23 OCTOBER 2017 BARANGAY AND SANGGUNIANG KABATAAN ELECTIONS (BSKE) FOR PURPOSES OF THE MAY 14, 2018 BSKE WHEREAS, the Commisison on Elections (Commission) promulgated the following pertinent resolutions for the 23 October 2017 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan Elections: a.... Continue Reading →
Promulgation: 15 January 2018 USE OF PRIOR PRINTED OFFICIAL BALLOTS, ACCOUNTABLE AND NON-ACCOUNTABLE FORMS DATED OCTOBER 23, 2017 FOR PURPOSES OF THE MAY 14, 2018 BARANGAY AND SANGGUNIANG KABATAAN ELECTIONS (BSKE) WHEREAS, as early as the last quarter of calendar year 2016, the Commission on Elections (Commission) has started its preparations in connection with the... Continue Reading →
Promulgation: 15 January 2018 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECONSTITUTION OF THE REGIONAL JOINT SECURITY CONTROL CENTER AND THE PROVINCIAL JOINT SECURITY CONTROL CENTER IN CONNECTION WITH THE MAY 14, 2018 BARANGAY AND SANGGUNIANG KABATAAN ELECTIONS (BSKE) AND ALLOCATION OF FUNDS THEREFOR WHEREAS, for purposes of the May 14, 2018 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (BSKE),... Continue Reading →
Resolution No. 10247 Promulgation: 15 January 2018 IN THE MATTER OF ADOPTING PERTINENT RESOLUTIONS PROMULGATED IN CONNECTION WITH THE 23 OCTOBER 2017 BARANGAY AND SANGGUNIANG KABATAAN ELECTIONS (BSKE) FOR PURPOSES OF THE MAY 14, 2018 BSKE WHEREAS, the Commisison on Elections (Commission) promulgated the following pertinent resolutions for the 23 October 2017 Barangay and Sangguniang... Continue Reading →
1. Resolution No. 10214 RESUMPTION OF THE SYSTEM OF CONTINUING REGISTRATION OF VOTERS IN CONNECTION WITH THE MAY 14, 2018 SYNCHRONIZED BARANGAY AND SANGGUNIANG KABATAAN ELECTIONS (BSKE) "An Act Postponing the October 2017 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan Elections, Amending for the Purpose Republic Act No. 9164, as Amended by Republic Act No. 9340, Republic... Continue Reading →
Doctrine of Administrative Remedied and Doctrine of Primary Jurisdiction Exceptions: a) where there is estoppel on the part of the party invoking the doctrine; (b) where the challenged administrative act is patently illegal, amounting to lack of jurisdiction; (c) where there is unreasonable delay or official inaction that will irretrievably prejudice the complainant; (d) where... Continue Reading →
COMPILATION OF BAR EXAMS QUESTIONS IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. One of the cardinal primary due process rights in administrative proceedings is that evidence must be "substantial." "Substantial evidence" is: a. less than a mere scintilla; b. less than preponderant scintilla; c. more than a glint of scintilla; d. more than a mere... Continue Reading →
Administrative Law Topic: Quasi-legislative Requisites for valid administrative issuance Penal Regulations Construction and Interpretation Enforcement Amendment and Repeal Requisites: 5. Its promulgation must be authorized by the legislature. Authority to promulgate the regulation is usually conferred by the charter itself of the administrative body or by the law it is supposed to enforce. There are... Continue Reading →
Chapter 5 THE QUASI-JUDICIAL POWER A. Jurisdiction Jurisdiction- is the competence of an office or body to act on a given matter or decide a certain question. Without jurisdiction, the determinations made by the administrative bodies are absolutely null and without any legal effect. Where jurisdiction is conferred upon: 1. Jurisdiction can be conferred upon... Continue Reading →
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – branch of modern law under which the executive department of the government, acting in a quasi-legislative or quasi-judicial capacity, interferes with the conduct of the individual for the purpose of promoting the well-being of the community, as under laws regulating public interest, professions, trades and callings, rates and prices, laws for protection... Continue Reading →
INTRODUCTION/ GENERAL CONSIDERATION A. Powers in General 1. Calalang vs. Williams, 70 Phil. 726 B. Express and Implied Powers 1. PASEI vs. Torres, 212 SCRA 298 2. JMM Promotion and Management, Inc. vs. CA, August 05, 1996 C. Ministerial and Discretionary Duty 1. Florendo vs. Enrile, December 7, 1994 2. Roble Arrastre, Inc. vs. Hon.... Continue Reading →