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Constitutional Law in the Philippines

Constitutional Law in the Philippines provides an in-depth discussion to the otherwise complex study of the 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines.
SG$ 111.28
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ISBN/ISSN: LNSGCONSTPHPB
Country: Singapore

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Constitutional Law in the Philippines provides an in-depth discussion to the otherwise complex study of the 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines. Authored by UP Law Professor Dante Gatmaytan, readers are provided with a historical context of the 1987 Constitution, as well as an overview of key concepts and cases at the core of Philippine constitutional law. Key Features • Discusses other salient topics such as separation of powers, checks and balances, and judicial review, among others. • Indispensable tool to students, professors, lawyers, and members of both the bench and the bar in furthering their understanding and appreciation of the 1987 Constitution.

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Table of contents

Table of Contents

Introduction A Constitution’s Preamble
Chapter 1 The Context
Chapter 2 The Separation of Powers
Chapter 3 Checks and Balances
Chapter 4 Judicial Review
Chapter 5 The Legislative Department
Chapter 6 The Executive Department
Chapter 7 The Judicial Department
Appendix A Rules of the Judicial and Bar Council
Appendix B Rule to Further Promote Public Awareness of and Accessibility to the Proceedings of the Judicial and Bar Council
Appendix C The Internal Rules of the Supreme Court
Appendix D The 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the
Philippines