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A.

Original jurisdiction to issue writs of


certiorari, prohibition, mandamus, ha-
beas corpus, quo warranto and auxi-
liary writs and processes
B. Exclusive jurisdiction over
actions for the annulment of
judgments rendered by the
Regional Trial Courts
C. Concurrent jurisdiction
with the Supreme Court over petitions
for certiorari, prohibition or mandamus filed
against the RTCs, the Civil Service Commission, the
Court of Tax Appeals, the Central Board of
Assessment
Appeals, commis-
sions and other
quasi-judicial
bodies or
agencies.
D. Concurrent jurisdiction with the
Supreme Court and RTCs over petitions
for certiorari, prohibition or mandamus
filed against lower courts and quasi-
judicial bodies; petitions for habeas
corpus and quo warranto.
E. Appellate jurisdiction over ordinary appeals from
RTCs, except in cases exclusively appealable to the
Supreme Court; petitions for review from the RTCs in all
cases appealed to it from
the lower courts;
petitions for review
from the Civil
Service Com-
mission, the Court of
Tax Appeals and the
other quasi-judicial
bodies or agencies
The Sandigan-
bayan handles
cases of
government
employees with
salary grades
27 and above.
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Designed by
Atty. Gerry T.
Galacio
www.famli.
blogspot.com
All rights
reserved.
A. Original exclusive jurisdiction over petitions for certio-
rari, prohibition or mandamus filed against the Court of
Appeals and the Sandiganbayan, the Commission on
Elections, Commission on Audit, the National Labor
Relations Commission (pure question of law), and the
Department of Labor and Employment
B. Concurrent jurisdiction with the Court of Appeals
over petitions for certiorari, prohibition and manda-
mus filed against the Regional Trial Courts, the
Civil Service Commission, the
Central Board of Assessment
Appeals, the Court of Tax
Appeals, Securities and Exchange
Commission, other quasi-judicial bodies
C. Concurrent jurisdiction with the
Court of Appeals and the Regional
Trial Courts over petitions for
certiorari, prohibition and manda-
mus filed against the lower
courts and certain quasi-
judicial bodies; petitions for habeas
corpus and quo warranto
D. Concurrent jurisdiction with the RTCs over
actions against ambassadors, other public
ministers and consuls
E. Appellate jurisdiction over petitions for re-
view on certiorari from the CA, Sandiganbayan
and RTCs on questions of law only; criminal
cases in which the penalty imposed by the
trial court is either death or reclusion
perpetua (life imprison-
ment) on questions of
fact and law.
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Note: Death penalty
has been revoked.
Designed by Atty. Gerry T. Galacio www.familymatters.org.ph; All rights reserved.