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CHE PASTORES NOTES: CIVIL PROCEDURE DEAN JARA MONDAY- 1:30- 6:30PM

JURISDICTION OF COURTS IN CIVIL CASES


SUPREME COURT Exclusive original jurisdiction in petitions for certiorari, prohibition and mandamus against the: CA COMELEC COA SANDIGANBAY AN CTA Concurrent original jurisdiction with the Court of Appeals in petitions for certiorari, prohibition and mandamus against the: RTC CSC Central Board of Assessment Appeals NLRC Quasi-Judicial Agencies COURT OF APPEAL Exclusive original jurisdiction in actions for the annulment of the judgment of the RTC REGIONAL TRIAL COURT Exclusive original jurisdiction over actions the subject matter of which is NOT capable of pecuniary estimation MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT/ MTC/MCTC Actions for forcible entry and unlawful detainer FAMILY COURTS Petitions for guardianship, custody of children and habeas corpus involving children

Concurrent and original jurisdiction with the SC to issue writs of certiorari, prohibition and mandamus against: RTC CSC Central Board of Assessment Appeals Other quasiagencies mentioned in Rule 43

Exclusive original jurisdiction over actions involving title to or possession of real property or an interest therein where the assessed value of such property EXCEEDS 20,000 (outside MetroManila), or EXCEEDS 50,000 (MetroManila)

Exclusive original Petition for adoption for children and jurisdiction over civil the revocation thereof actions involving title to or possession of real property or any interest therein where the assessed value DOES NOT EXCEED 20,000 (outsideMM) or DOES NOT EXCEED 50,000(MM)

NLRC NOTE: the petition for certiorari against the NLRC must first be filed with the CA Concurrent original Concurrent and original jurisdiction with the Court with the SC and the RTC of Appeals and the to issue writs of certiorari, Regional Trial Courts in prohibition and petitions for certiorari, mandamus against lower prohibition and courts and bodies and mandamus against lower writs of quo warranto an courts and bodies and in habeas corpus, whether or petitions for quo not in aid of its appellate warranto and habeas jurisdiction corpus. This jurisdiction is subject to the doctrine of hierarchy of courts NOTE: this jurisdiction is subject to the doctrine of hierarchy of courts.

Exclusive original jurisdiction over civil actions the demand or claim of which EXCEEDS 300,000 (outside MM), or EXCEEDS 400,000 (MM)

Concurrent original jurisdiction with the Regional Trial Court in cases affecting ambassadors, public ministers and consuls Appellate jurisdiction by way of petition for review on certiorari against : CA SANDIGANBAY AN RTC and in cases involving the

Exclusive appellate jurisdiction by way of ordinary appeal from the RTC and the Family Courts

Exclusive appellate jurisdiction by way of petition for review from the RTC rendered by the RTC in the exercise of its appellate jurisdiction

Exclusive original jurisdiction over actions in admiralty or maritime jurisdiction where the demand or claim EXCEEDS 300,000 (outsideMM), or EXCEEDS 400,000(MM) Exclusive original jurisdiction over matters of probate, testate or intestate, where the gross value of the estate EXCEEDS 300,000 (outsideMM), or EXCEEDS 400,000

Exclusive original jurisdiction over civil actions where the demand DOES NOT EXCEED 300,000 (outsideMM), or DOES NOT EXCEED 400,000(MM), which excludes: I-D-A-L-C Interest Damages of whatever kind Attys fees Litigation expenses costs Exclusive original jurisdiction over actions involving personal property valued AT NOT MORE THAN 300,000 (outsideMM), or DOES NOT EXCEED 400,000(MM) Cases of admiralty and maritime where the demand or claim DOES NOT EXCEED 300,000 (outsideMM), or DOES NOT EXCEED 400,000(MM)

Complaints for annulment of marriage, declaration of nullity of marriage and those relating to status and property relations of husband and wife or those living together under different status and agreements, and petitions for dissolution of conjugal partnership of gains

Petitions for support and/or acknowledgement

Summary judicial proceedings brought under that provisions of EO 209 (Family Code of the Philippines)

constitutionality or validity of a law or treaty, international or executive agreement, law, presidential decree, proclamation, order, instruction, ordinance or regulation, legality of tax, impost, assessment, toll or penalty, jurisdiction of a lower court CTA in its decisions rendered en banc Exclusive appellate jurisdiction by way of petition for review from the decisions, resolutions orders or awards of the CSC, CBAA and other bodies mentioned in RULE 43 and of the Office of the Ombudsman in administrative disciplinary cases NOTE: Judgments of the CTA rendered en banc are appealable to the SC Exclusive appellate jurisdiction over decisions of MTC in cadastral/ land registration cases pursuant to its delegated jurisdiction

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Exclusive original jurisdiction over actions involving personal property valued AT MORE THAN 300,000 (outsideMM), or AT MORE THAN 400,000 (MM)

Exclusive original jurisdiction over probate proceedings, testate and intestate, where the gross value of the estate DOES NOT EXCEED 300, 000 (outsideMM), or DOES NOT EXCEED 400,000(MM)

Petitions for declaration of status of children as abandoned, dependent or neglected children, petitions for voluntary/ involuntary commitment of children, the suspension, termination or restoration of parental authority and other cases cognizable under PD 603, EO 56 and other related laws

Original exclusive jurisdiction over cases NOT falling within the jurisdiction of any court, tribunal, person or body exercising judicial or quasi-judicial functions

Delegated jurisdiction over cadastral and land registration cases covering lots where: Theres no controversy or opposition

Petitions for the constitution of the family home

If lad is contested, the value of which DOES NOT EXCEED 100,000 as may be delegated by the SC Concurrent and original Special jurisdiction over jurisdiction with the SC in petitions for habeas actions affecting corpus in the absence of ambassadors, other public all the RTC judges in the ministers and consuls province or city Concurrent and original jurisdiction with the SC and the CA in petitions for certiorari, prohibition and mandamus against lower courts and bodies and in petitions for quo warranto and habeas corpus Appellate jurisdiction over cases decided by lower courts in their respective territorial jurisdictions NOTE: the decisions of the RTC in the exercise of its appellate jurisdiction shall be appealable by petition for review to the CA

NOTE: In areas where there are NO Family Courts, the above enumerated cases shall be adjudicated by the RTC.