Chapter 3. Prescription of Actions (Title V, Book III, Civil Code)

Chapter 3. Prescription of Actions (Title V, Book III, Civil Code)

Chapter 3: Prescription of Actions Article 1139. Actions prescribe by the mere lapse of time fixed by law. (1961) Article 1141. Real actions over immovables prescribe after thirty years. This provision is without prejudice to what is established for the acquisition of ownership and other real rights by prescription. (1963) Article 1144. The following actions…

Chapter 1. General Provisions. (Title V, Book III, Civil Code)
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Chapter 1. General Provisions. (Title V, Book III, Civil Code)

Chapter 1: General Provisions Article 1106. By prescription, one acquires ownership and other real rights through the lapse of time in the manner and under the conditions laid down by law. In the same way, rights and conditions are lost by prescription. (1930a) Notes: 1) Definitions. a. Prescription – in the context of ownership under…

Chapter 1. Requisites of Marriage (Title I, Family Code)
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Chapter 1. Requisites of Marriage (Title I, Family Code)

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 209 THE FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES I, CORAZON C. AQUINO, President of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by the Constitution, do hereby order and promulgate the Family Code of the Philippines, as follows: Title I – Marriage Chapter 1. Requisites of Marriage Article 1. Marriage is…

Title II – Citizenship and Domicile (Book II, Civil Code)

Title II – Citizenship and Domicile (Book II, Civil Code)

Article 48. [NB: This is superseded by Section 1, Article IV, 1987 Constitution] Notes: 1) Article 48 of the Civil Code provided for a list as to who were considered Filipino citizens. Since the Civil Code became effective on August 30, 1950, the subsequent adoption of the 1987 Constitution effectively superseded the provisions on citizenship….

Other forms of trespass, A281 Revised Penal Code
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Other forms of trespass, A281 Revised Penal Code

1. Concept Other forms of trespass – under the Revised Penal Code, refers to the crime of entering the uninhabited closed premises or fenced estate of another without permission despite a manifest sign prohibiting entry. a. Legal basis Art. 281. Other forms of trespass. – The penalty of arresto menor or a fine not exceeding…

Revelation of industrial secrets, A292 Revised Penal Code
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Revelation of industrial secrets, A292 Revised Penal Code

1. Concept Revelation of industrial secrets – under the Revised Penal Code, refers to the crime of revealing industrial secrets of a manufacturing or industrial establishment. a. Legal basis Art. 292. Revelation of industrial secrets. – The penalty of prisión correccional in its minimum and medium periods and a fine not exceeding One hundred thousand…

Other similar coercions, A288 Revised Penal Code
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Other similar coercions, A288 Revised Penal Code

1. Concept Other similar coercions – under the Revised Penal Code, refers to the crime of coercing or compelling laborers or employees to purchase of merchandise and/or receive payment of wages by means of tokens. a. Legal basis Art. 288. Other similar coercions; (Compulsory purchase of merchandise and payment of wages by means of tokens….