G.R. No. 78742 July 14, 1989
ASSOCIATION OF SMALL LANDOWNERS IN THE PHILIPPINES, INC., JUANITO D. GOMEZ, GERARDO B.
ALARCIO, FELIPE A. GUICO, JR., BERNARDO M. ALMONTE, CANUTO RAMIR B. CABRITO, ISIDRO T. GUICO,
FELISA I. LLAMIDO, FAUSTO J. SALVA, R
Biraogo v. Philippine Truth Commission
G.R. No. 192935 December 7, 2010
President Benigni Simeon Aquino III signed Executive Order No. 1 establishing thePhilippine Truth
Commission of 2010 (Truth Commission). Pertinent provisions of sai
Buck v. Bell
Topic: Liberty to procreate covered by the Due Process Clause
This case was about a writ of error to review a judgment of the Supreme Court of
Appeals of the State of Virginia affirming a judgment of the Circuit Court of Amherst
ASSOCIATION OF SMALL LANDOWNERS V. SECRETARY OF DAR, G.R. No. 78742
(175 SCRA 343), July 14, 1989
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW II
These are consolidated cases involving common legal questions including serious
challenges to the constitutionality of R.A. No.
Chavez v. Pea and Amari
Chavez v. Pea and Amari
In 1973, the Comissioner on Public Highways entered into a contract to reclaim areas
of Manila Bay with the Construction and Development Corportion of the Philippines
PEA (Public Estates
G.R. No. L-14657
July 31, 1961
PABLO FELICIANO, petitioner, vs. HON. LADISLAO PASICOLAN, in his capacity as Judge of the
Court of First Instance of Pampanga, and UNION C. KAYANAN, in his capacity as provincial
Fiscal of Pampanga, respondents.
This is a pe
PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, vs. ARNEL ALICANDO y BRIONES, accusedappellant
G.R. No. 117487 December 12, 1995
The body of Khazie Mae was autopsied by Dr. Tito Doromal, a medico-legal officer.
Appellant adopted the autopsy report of Dr. Doromal as his docume
G.R. No. 120098
October 2, 2001
RUBY L. TSAI, petitioner,
HON. COURT OF APPEALS, EVER TEXTILE MILLS, INC. and MAMERTO R VILLALUZ, respondents.
[G.R. No. 120109. October 2, 2001.]
PHILIPPINE BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS, petitioner,
HON. COURT OF APP
G.R. No. L-65228 February 18, 1985
the Department of Social Welfare or other agency or agencies
authorized by the Court, release a youthful offender on
recognizance. to the custody of his parents or other suitable person
who shall be responsible for his a
G.R. No. 109248 July 3, 1995
GREGORIO F. ORTEGA, TOMAS O. DEL
CASTILLO, JR., and BENJAMIN T. BACORRO vs.
HON. COURT OF APPEALS, SECURITIES AND
EXCHANGE COMMISSION and JOAQUIN L. MISA
The law firm of ROSS, LAWRENCE, SELPH and
CARRASCOSO was duly reg
27. LUZVIMINDA J. VILLAREAL, DIGENES VILLAREAL,
and CARMELITO JOSE V. DONALDO EFREN C.
RAMIREZ and SPS. CESAR G. RAMIREZ and
CARMELITA C. RAMIREZ.
Luzviminda Villareal, Carmelito Jose and Jesus
Jose formed a partnership with a capital of P750,000 f
VIRGINIA B. PRADO, petitioner, vs. PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES
G.R. No. L-37652 December 26, 1984
On August 5, 1971, an Information was filed with the then Court of First
Instance of Manila, Branch XXVII, docketed as Criminal Case No. 5877 (the
CASE: FINMAN GENERAL ASSURANCE CORPORATION vs. ABDULGANI SALIK, BALABAGAN
AMPILAN ALI KUBA GANDHI PUA, DAVID MALANAO, THE ADMINISTRATOR,
PHILIPPINE OVERSEAS AND EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION, THE SECRETARY OF
LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT
G.R. No. 84084 August 20, 199
4. SPS. FELIPE and JOSEFA PARINGIT vs. MARCIANA PARINGIT BAJIT, ADOLIO
PARINGIT and ROSARIO
G.R. No. 181844, 29 September 2010
The nature of a transaction results to an implied trust by operation of law notwithstanding the lack of ag
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS CASES
[G.R. No. 132362. June 28, 2001]
PIO BARRETTO REALTY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, petitioner, vs. COURT OF APPEALS,
JUDGE PERFECTO A. S. LAGUIO, JR., RTC-Branch 18, Manila, and HONOR P.
Bank of America NT & SA v. Associated Citizens Bank
BA-Finance Corporation (BA Finance) and Miller Offset Press, Inc. (Miller) entered into a credit
line facility agreement whereby Miller can discount and assign its trade receivables with the BA
REPUBLIC PLANTERS BANK vs. COURT OF APPEALS and FERMIN CANLAS
G.R. No. 93073 December 21, 1992
The promissory motes are negotiable instruments and must be governed by the
Negotiable Instruments Law.
This is an appeal by way of a Petition for Review on Cer
Case 32. Bank of the Philippine Islands vs. Spouses Royeca
August 23, 1993, spouses Reynaldo and Victoria Royeca (respondents) executed and delivered to Toyota Shaw, Inc.
a Promissory Note for P577,008.00 payable in 48 equal monthly installments of
JAPITAN, ANGEL AGUSTINE II
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS LAW
G.R. No. 85419 March 9, 1993
DEVELOPMENT BANK OF RIZAL, plaintiff-petitioner, vs.
SIMA WEI and/or LEE KIAN HUAT, MARY CHENG UY, SAMSON TUNG, ASIAN INDUSTRIAL PLASTIC
CORPORATION and PRO
WESTMONT BANK VS. ONG
Facts: Respondent Eugene Ong maintained a current account with petitioner, formerly the
Associated Banking Corporation, but now known as Westmont Bank. He sold certain shares
of stocks through Island Securities Corporation, which in
G.R. No. L-26001
October 29, 1968
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK, petitioner,
THE COURT OF APPEALS and PHILIPPINE COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL BANK, respondents.
Augusto Lim deposited in his current account with the PCIB branch at Padre Faura, Manila, G
nevertheless sufficient to give the State the power to direct, restrain, regulate and govern the
affairs of the extractive enterprises.
The Constitution should be read in broad, life-giving strokes. It should not be used to
strangulate economic growth or
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS CASE DIGEST
PIO BARETTO REALTY DEV. CORP. VS CA
Negotiable Instruments Law 360 SCRA 127 Check Payments
Due Diligence in
Presenting Checks for Payment
Honor Mosrales and Pio Barreto Realty Development Corporation
are disputing over
Corporate Law Case Digest: Lee V. CA (1992)
G.R. No. 93695February 4, 1992
Lessons Applicable: Voting Trust Agreements
November 15, 1985:a complaint for a sum of money was filed by the
International Corporate Bank, Inc. (ICB) agains
65 SCRA 680 Mercantile Law Negotiable Instruments Law Consideration Forgery
Liability of Accommodation Party
On January 15, 1963, the Bureau of Treasury issued a back pay check to Martin Lorenzo in
the amount of P1,246.08. The drawee named therein was Re
Yang v. Court of Appeals
This case is a petition for review on certiorari o n the decision dismissing the complaint against
herein respondents Far East Bank & Trust Company (FEBTC), Equitable Banking Corporation
(Equitable), and Philippine Commercial Inte
G.R. No. 156294
November 29, 2006
MELVA THERESA ALVIAR GONZALES, Petitioner,
RIZAL COMMERCIAL BANKING CORPORATION, Respondent.
A foreign check worth $7,500 was drawn in favor of Gonzales' mother, Eva Alviar. Gonzales is an
employee of RCBC and
FAR EAST BANK & TRUST Co.
GOLD PALACE JEWELRY Co.
In June 1998, when a foreigner named Samuel Tagoe, purchased from the respondent
Gold Palace Jewellery Co.s (Gold Palaces) store several pieces of jewelry valued at P258,000.00.
In payment of the same,
SINCERE Z. VILLANUEVA, petitioner, vs. MARLYN P. NITE,* respondent.
In this petition for review on certiorari under Rule 45, petitioner submits that the Court of Appeals (CA) erred in
annulling and setting aside the Regional Trial Court (RTC) decision on
Traders Royal Bank vs Court of Appeals
Defendant Filriters is the registered owner of Central Bank Certificate of Indebtedness (CBCI) No.
D891. Under a deed of assignment dated November 27, 1971, Filriters transferred said certificate