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Court of Appeals


1. original jurisdiction to issue writs of mandamus, prohibition, certiorari, habeascorpus, and quo
warranto, and auxiliary writs or processes, whether or not in aid of its appellate jurisdiction

2. exclusive original jurisdiction over theannulment of judgments of Regional Trial Courts

3. exclusive appellate jurisdiction over all final judgments, decisions, resolutions, orders,or
awards of Regional Trial Courts andquasi-judicial agencies, instrumentalities, boards, or
commissions, EXCEPT those falling within the appellate jurisdiction of the SC in accordance with
the Constitution ( automatic review in capital punishmentcases * but there is a case where the
SC gave power to IAC).

• The CA shall have the power to receiveevidence and perform any and all actsnecessary to
resolve factual issues raised ina) cases falling within its original jurisdiction such as actions for
annulmentof judgments of regional trial court providedin number 2 above b) cases falling
withinits appellate jurisdiction wherein a motionfor new trial based only on the ground of newly
covered evidence granted by it.