Political and International Law: National Territory and Declaration of Principles and State Policies

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 →

Pil case

Guerrero’s Transport Services Inc. v. Blaylock Services Employees Association-Kilusan, G.R. No. L-41518 June 30, 1

PIL OUTLINE

PIL OUTLINE 1. Definition of Public International Law -set of rules and principles that governs the relationships between states and other international actors, whether natural or juridical. 2. Distinctions a. With Private IL b. With Municipal Law 3. Theories on relation between PIL and ML a. Monism b. Dualism c. Mixed 4. Sources of IL... Continue Reading →

PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW CASE OUTLINE

  PIL Definition of Public International Law -set of rules and principles that governs the relationships between states and other international actors, whether natural or juridical.   Distinctions With Private IL With Municipal Law Theories on relation between PIL and ML Monism Dualism Mixed Sources of IL -(Art 38 of ICJ statute) -widely accepted Primary... Continue Reading →

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