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unlawful detainer, which shall fall under the exclusive original jurisdiction of the Municipal Circuit Court; h. All special civil actions for interpleader or declaratory relief wherein the parties are Muslims residing in the Bangsamoro or the property involved belongs exclusively to Muslims and is located in the Bangsamoro; i. All cases involving offenses defined and punishable under Shari’ah law enacted by the Bangsamoro Parliament not e. all petitions for mandamus, prohibition, injunction, certiorari, habeas corpus , and all other auxiliary writs and processes in aid of its appellate jurisdiction; f. petitions by Muslims for the constitution of a family home, change of name and commitment of an insane person to an asylum; g. all other personal and real actions not falling under the jurisdiction of the Shari’ah circuit courts wherein the parties involved are Muslims, except those for forcible entry and unlawful detainer, which shall fall under the exclusive original jurisdiction of the municipal circuit court; h. all special civil actions for interpleader or declaratory relief wherein the parties are Muslims residing in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region or the property involved belongs exclusively to Muslims and is located in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region; and
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MATRIX ON BANGSAMORO BASIC LAW 90 falling within the exclusive jurisdiction of Shari’ah Circuit Courts or any other court, tribunal, or body; j. All civil actions, under Shari’ah law enacted by the Bangsamoro Parliament, involving real property in the Bangsamoro, where the assessed value of the property exceeds Four Hundred Thousand Pesos (P400,000.00); and k. All civil actions in which the parties are Muslims, or where all litigants have voluntarily submitted themselves to the jurisdiction of the Shar’iah Circuit Court, if they have not specified in an agreement which law shall govern their relations where the demand or claim exceeds Two Hundred Thousand Pesos (P200,000.00) The Shari’ah District Court in the Bangsamoro shall exercise appellate jurisdiction over all cases decided upon by the Shari’ah Circuit Courts in the Bangsamoro within its territorial jurisdiction, as provided under Article 144 of Presidential Decree No. 1083. i. all civil actions, under Shari’ah law enacted by the Bangsamoro Parliament, involving real property in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region, where the assessed value of the property exceeds four hundred thousand pesos (p400,000.00); The Shari’ah district court in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region shall exercise appellate jurisdiction over all cases decided upon by the Shari’ah circuit courts within its territorial jurisdiction, as provided under Article 144 of PD 1083. Section 7. Bangsamoro Shari’ ah High Court. There is hereby created a Bangsamoro Shari’ah High Court. The Bangsamoro
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MATRIX ON BANGSAMORO BASIC LAW 91 Shari’ah High Court shall exercise exclusive original jurisdiction, whether or not in aid of its appellate jurisdiction, over: a. All petitions for mandamus, prohibition, injunction, certiorari, habeas corpus
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