March 23, 2015
Application Assignment #6
Chapter 8 Contracts
8) Condor has not legally revoked it offer to Snappy Jack because they did not inform
them that they were withdrawing their offer and they terminated their offer to
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Non a malum
Chavez v PEA and AMARI G.R. No. 133250. July 9, 2002.
Facts: On February 4, 1977, then President Ferdinand E. Marcos issued Presidential Decree No. 1084
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G.R. No. L-62339 October 27, 1983
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 2
Part 1: Provisions ( 1 point per section)
State all the provisions of the Bill of rights from sections 1 to 22.
Part 2: Terms and Doctrines (2 points each)
1. Facial challenge
a facial challenge is a chal
ARTICLE III BILL OF RIGHTS
Section 1. No person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law, nor
shall any person be denied the equal protection of the laws.
Definition of Police Power:
1) Power vested in the legislature
THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973
Table of contents
SHORT TITLE, EXTENT AND COMMENCEMENT
CONSTRUCTION OF REFERENCES
TRIAL OF OFFEN
Karnataka Shops and
establishment act - 1961
Under Guidance of Prof.P.K.Padhi
Objective & Application
Objective: The Act aims to provide for the regulation of conditions of
work and employment in shops and commercial establishments in
the state o
Resource crunch -> proper utilisation -> benefit to public
Investment in apprentice trainees -> useful to society
Post-independence -> strong industrial base -> trained manpower
Need for legislation -> apprentices bill, 1961
The Constitution of India
Article 12 Article 35
Preamble is the key to the
Source of the Constitution
We the people of India
Receiving hand of the Constitution
.give to ourselves .
Object of the Constitution: Noble
Apprentices Act, 1961
[Act No. 52 of 19611 as amended by Acts 52 of 19642, 25 of 19683,
27 of 19734 , 41 of 19865 and 4 of 19976]
CHAPTER I - Preliminary
Short title, extent, commencement
every factory the following, namely:Every moving part of a prime mover and every flywheel connected to a prime mover, whether the prime mover or
flywheel is in the engine house or not;
(ii) The headrace and tailrace of e
APPRENTICES ACT 1961
A Very Brief Introduction
NEED OF THE ACT
Observed that institutionally trained youth
had not produced desired results
Need for a supplement training in the actual
world of work
LAW PREP SERIES - 2011
Here is the first of the Law Prep Series of [email protected] This edition is on CLRA,
1970. It is in a question answer format and the section numbers etc are not
mentioned so that you can remember easily. Hope you find it useful.
FACTORIES ACT, 1948 => CHAPTER 3: HEALTH
11(1)Factory shall be kept clean & free from eflluvia.
(a)Accumulation of dirt & refuse shall be removed daily.
(b)Floor of workroom shall be
Samhita - the [email protected] Newsletter
DID YOU KNOW?
Industrial relations as
started by John R.
Commons when he
created the first academic industrial relations program at the
University of Wisconsin in 1920. Early
financial support for
a: .III 03:47
Candida v. Macapagal, 221 SCRA 328 (1993)
Petition for certiorari of the orders of Judge Macapagal RTC18 Malolos.
FACTS: RTC judge dismissed the complaint of petitioners Emiliana and
April 27, 2015
It is interesting in this article about discrimination that is happening at a
Jesuit University . We pride ourselves being Men and Women for Others yet it
seems as if Creighton has began to shed a dark light o
Application Assignment 9
April 16, 2015
1) The Issue in the Ricci vs. Destefano case is that if the test for firefighters to be
considered for a promotion was based on race. Hispanic and white firefighters are
arguing that since
April 7, 15
Chapter 10 Torts
Application Assignment 7
1) Harper v. Winston County:
The Issues that the Court Addressed- if the defendant assaulted the plaintiff, if she
intended to do so and was the way that she touched her of
Ch. 4 Litigation Journal
I think that the litigation process in the United States is fair because it allows
all people who file a claim for a lawsuit the rights to the same laws. I think that
There are many different aspects of this chapter that struck me. However,
what stuck out to me the most was the differences in the different types of courts the
United states has and what the job requirements are for lawy
Art. 293. Who are guilty of
Classification of robbery
1. Robbery with violence against, or intimadation
(Arts. 294, 297 and 298).
2. Robbery by use of force upon things (Arts. 299
76. 109 phil. 863
109 Phil. 863 Political Law The Legislative Department Parliamentary Immunity
In June 1960, Congressman Sergio Osmea, Jr. delivered a speech entitled A Message to
Garcia. In the said speech, he disparaged then President Carlos Garcia and
THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA
Part III Fundamental Rights
Part IV Directive Principles of State Policy
Directive Principles vis-vis Fundamental Rights:Other Articles
WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly
CONTRACT LABOR (REGULATION AND ABOLITION) ACT, 1970.
The act serves essentially two purposes, as reflected in the title:
To abolish the practice of contract labor, as far as possible
Where abolishing contract labor is not possible for reasons of
FACTORIES ACT 1948
1. To ensure adequate safety measures and promote health and welfare of workers
2. Prevent haphazard growth of factories through provisions related to approval of plans before creation of a
71. 45 phil 599
045 Phil 599:
[G.R. No. 21049. December 22, 1923. ]
THE PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. ISAAC PEREZ, DefendantAppellant.
Mario Guarina for Appellant.
Attorney-General Villa-Real for Appellee.
Version 1973 2003
Edited and Arranged by:
Janette Laggui-Icao and Alex Andrew P. Icao
(Silliman University College of Law)
ReTake BarOps 2007
F O R W A R D
This work is not intended for sale or commerce. This work is freeware. It may be
G.R. No. 111397
August 12, 2002
HON. ALFREDO LIM and RAFAELITO GARAYBLAS, petitioners,
THE COURT OF APPEALS, HON. WILFREDO REYES and BISTRO PIGALLE, INC., respondents.
Before us is a petition for review on certiorari1 of the Decis
G.R. No. 198860
July 23, 2012
ABRAHAM RIMANDO, Petitioner,
NAGUILIAN EMISSION TESTING CENTER, INC., represented by its President, ROSEMARIE
LLARENAS and HON. COURT OF APPEALS, Respondents.
Before us is a petition for review on ce
G.R. No. 164282 October 12, 2005
TERESITA M. YUJUICO vs.
HON. JOSE L. ATIENZA, ET. AL.
On 8 December 1995, the City Council of Manila enacted an ordinance
authorizing the City Mayor to acquire by negotiation or expropriation certain
parcels of la