To identify whether or not such corporation is incompatible or forbidden.
Case digest on HRET jurisdiction. Jurisprudence in Political and Constitutional law.
The ruling on MAGDALO case as to whether the Comelec gravely abused its discretion when it denied the Petition for Registration filed by MAGDALO on the ground that the latter seeks to achieve its goals through violent or unlawful means.
Franchising business is way popular in the Philippines nowadays because of its high success rate and proven practicality.
To establish a representative office in the Philippines, the following requirements must be met: Must secure from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approval of the License to do business in the Philippines as a representative office of a foreign corporation with the following:SEC Application Form to Establish a Representative Office in the Philippines.Name verification... Continue Reading →
The distinctions between ROHQ and RHQ are: As to purpose, R.A. No. 8756 defines Regional Operating Headquarters (ROHQ) as any foreign business entity formed, organized, and existing under any laws other than those of the Philippines whose purpose is to service its affiliates, subsidiaries or branches in the Philippines, Asia-Pacific Region, and other foreign markets.... Continue Reading →
The differences in setting up a local subsidiary office and a branch office of a foreign corporation are the following: As to its creation, a local subsidiary involves incorporation under Philippine laws. On the other hand, doing business through a branch office involves the securing by the foreign corporation of a license to do business... Continue Reading →
The repeal of penal statutes may be expressed or implied. Example of repeal by implication is through codification as cited in the case of People vs Binuya. The effects thereof are the following: 1. If the repeal is absolute, the accused should be acquitted. Exception: The repealing law contains a saving clause to the effect... Continue Reading →
The penal laws in the Philippines observed several principles in application of the law. In the Revised Penal Code (RPC), in particular, here are the three cardinal principles: 1. Generality 2. Territoriality 3. Prospectivity According to the book of Regalado, some would add the fourth principle, which is that of legality in consideration of the... Continue Reading →
CIVIL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES ART.2 Laws shall take effect after fifteen (15) days following the completion of their publication either in the Official Gazette, or in a newspaper of general circulation in the Philippines, unless it is otherwise provided. (As amended by E.O 200) Notes: General Rule: Laws in the Philippines take effect after... Continue Reading →
Under Art 23 of the Civil Code of the Philippines, even when an act or event causing damage to another's property was not due to the fault or negligence of the defendant, the latter shall be liable for indemnity if through the act or event he was benifited. Note: The reason for indemnity is the... Continue Reading →
How you maximize or streamline your finances may depend on your income and, at times, savings. Apparently, most people let their salary control their quality of living. This then include from the type of things that they buy, the moments they choose to enjoy and the quality of food that they eat, preferring only those... Continue Reading →
Summer days are up so going over beach trips and getaways are very much on hype these days. But for a working law student like me, summer break actually means more time to review notes and catch up with the unread books and cases during the school season. It is also the best time for... Continue Reading →
I am a full-time analyst in a corporate industry and full-time law student in a Philippine law school. Definitely, juggling work and law studies is not the most recommended thing to do. However, for individuals like me, who self-support her studies and send her younger sibling to college, taking the full- time-student-only route is not... Continue Reading →
Do note that love is beautifully terrifying. You may get wrecked at first, but that pain will make you grow. You may have questioned your worth the moment you were disposed, but eventually, you will understand why that part of your past had to leave. Perhaps, you were not just meant to be or whatever... Continue Reading →
Nelson Mandela once said, “Young people must take it upon themselves to ensure that they receive the highest education possible so that they can represent us well in future as future leaders.” The said quote from Mandela is very promising. However, as much as we seek to achieve the highest educational attainment possible, our financial... Continue Reading →
It may seem scary, it is in fact scary! But, girl, you need to go out there, chase after that happiness for it is fleeting. Stop jading yourself of the "what ifs" and "could have beens." Just live in the moment! Let love, let trust and ultimately, let God take the lead. (c) Featured image... Continue Reading →
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 →
If you’ve given up looking for inspirational and motivational reading resources because most of what you’ve read talked about the same thing, it’s not yet late to renew your interest this time! “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living” by Dale Carnegie is the perfect reference for you. The book contains exactly what motivation-inspiration-seekers are... Continue Reading →
(Board of Assessment Appeals of Laguna v. CTA 8 scra 224) Yes. In the absence of constitutional provision, “the power to tax may still be delegated to local government units in accordance with the well-settled doctrine that the power to create local government units by implication confers upon it the power to tax.” So even... Continue Reading →