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STATURORY PROPER

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY
Precolonial Period Spanish Colonial Period American Period

ACTS
(1900-1935)

started and applied during the US colonization a bill which has passed through the various legislative steps required for it and which has become law

but also refers to more intangible acts such as adopting a decree, edict, law, judgment, award, determination a stationary plan passed by Congress or any legislative which is a BILL until enacted or becomes law

Acts:
ACT No. 3815 (December 8, 1930) AN ACT REVISING THE PENAL CODE AND OTHER PENAL LAWS

ACT NO. 2238 AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE REVISION AND CORRECTION OF LAND-TAX ASSESSMENTS, THE VALUATION OF NEWLY DECLARED REAL PROPERTY FOR THE PURPOSES OF TAXATION, AND OTHER PURPOSES

ACT No. 2874 As amended by Acts Nos. 3164, 3219, 3346, and 3517 TO AMEND AND COMPILE THE LAWS RELATIVE TO LANDS OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

ACT No. 1780 AN ACT TO REGULATE THE IMPORTATION, ACQUISITION, POSSESSION, USE, AND TRANSFER OF FIREARMS, AND TO PROHIBIT THE POSSESSION OF SAME EXCEPT IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ACT.

COMMONWEALTH ACT
(1935-1941)

(by law: Commonwealth of the Philippines) Philippine Commonwealth >>was the name of the Philippines from 1935 to 1946 when it was still controlled by the United States.

created by the TydingsMcDuffie Act, which was approved by the U.S. Congress in 1934. when Manuel L. Quezon became president in 1935 Manuel L. Quezon >>he was the first Filipino to head an elected government in
the Philippines

The Philippine Commonwealth government was forced out of the country from 1942 1945, when the Philippines was under Japa nese control. In 1946, the Philippine Commonwealth ended when the Third Philippines Republic began.

Commonwealth Acts:
>Commonwealth Act No. 473 November 6, 1939
An Act To Provide For The Acquisition Of Philippine Citizenship By Naturalization, And To Repeal Acts Numbered Twenty-Nine Hundred And Twenty Seven And Thirty-Four Hundred And Forty-Eight.

>Commonwealth Act No. 177 November 13, 1936 An Act amending and repealing some of the provisions of chapter Twenty-seven of act numbered Twenty-seven hundred eleven commonly known as the Administrative Code of nineteen hundred and seventeen, and providing funds to defray the necessary expenses due to th e extension of the Civil Service Law to all branche s and subdivisions of the government.

>Commonwealth Act No. 146 November 6, 1936


The Public Service Law

>Commonwealth Act No. 111 October 31, 1936


An Act to Punish Acts of Evasion of the Laws on the Nationalization of Certain Rights, Franchises or Privileges

>Commonwealth Act No. 625 June 7, 1941


An Act Providing the Manner in Which the Option to Elect Philippine Citizenship Shall Be Declared By a Person Whose Mother is a Filipino Citizen

SOURCES *Electronic sites: http://www.census.gov.ph/civilregistration/civilregi stration-laws/commonwealth-act-no-3753 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commonwealth_Immi grants_Act_1962 http://pcw.gov.ph/law/commonwealth-act-no-473 http://www.gsis.gov.ph/default.php?id=101 http://www.bcphilippineslawyers.com/philippinecommonwealth-acts/ Official Gazette

PRESIDENTIAL DECREES
(1972-1986)

issuances by the Chief Executive that had the force of law;


an innovation made by President Ferdinand E. Marcos with the proclamation of Martial Law on September 23, 1972 As of February 20, 1986, there were 2,036 Presidential Decrees promulgated.

Presidential Decrees essentially served to arrogate unto the Chief Executive the law making powers that previously pertained to the Congress of the Philippines, and were retained even after the formal lifting of Martial Law in 1981. Only the President Marcos issued Presidential Decrees.

Presidential Decrees:
PD 1 Reorganizing the Executive Branch of the Government. PD 2 Proclaiming the Entire Country As a Land Reform Area. PD 3 Appropriating Funds for Public Works involving Rehabilitation and Capital Development, Synchronizing the same with Previous Public Works Appropriations.

PD 4 Providing for the Development of the Rice and Corn Industry and Creating for this Purpose the National Grain Authority PD 603 The Child and Youth Welfare Code

BATAS PAMBANSA
(1972-1986)

set of laws and statues that were created by the Modified Parliamentary Republic (who were the government at the time) Batasang Pambansa (English: National Assembly) Batasan

>>former parliament of the Philippines, >> interim assembly in 1976 >> official body in 1981 >>one of two unicameral parliaments in Philippine history

>>1973 Constitution promulgated by thenPresident strongman Ferdinand Marcos, replacing the earlier Congress established by the 1935 Commonwealth Constitution.
>>composed of: *Incumbent President *Regional and Sectoral Representatives *Cabinet members chosen by the President

BATAS PAMBANSA (BP)


BATAS PAMBANSA BLG. 883 AN ACT CONSTITUTING AN INDEPENDENT PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORAL TRIBUNAL TO TRY, HEAR AND DECIDE ELECTION CONTESTS IN THE OFFICE OF PRESIDENT AND VICEPRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES, APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

BATAS PAMBANSA BLG. 881 OMNIBUS ELECTION CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES


BATAS PAMBANSA BLG. 337 AN ACT ENACTING A LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE BATAS PAMBANSA BLG. 68 THE CORPORATION CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES

SOURCES
www.gov.ph www.batasnatin.com hreplib.congress.gov.ph www.lawphil.net www.ncda.gov.ph

EXECUTIVE ORDERS
(1986-1987)

known as a proclamation
a rule or order issued by the president to an executive branch of the government and having the force of law

Acts of the President providing for rules of a general or permanent character in implementation or execution of constitutional or statutory powers shall be promulgated in executive orders

Executive orders are official documents, numbered consecutively;

Executive orders do not require congressional approval.

Executive Orders:
EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 310 November 12, 1987 GRANTING YEAR-END BONUS AND CASH GIFT TO NATIONAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 11 November 8, 2010 TRANSFERRING THE NATIONAL COMMISSION ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLES FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 9 October 1, 2010 AMENDING SECTION 1 OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 67, REORGANIZING THE PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ON THE VISITING FORCES AGREEMENT CREATED UNDER EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 199, DATED JANUARY 17, 2000

SOURCES:
http://www.gov.ph/ http://www.lawphil.net http://www.scribd.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki http://www.thecorpusjuris.com

REPUBLIC ACTS
(1987-Present)

laws passed by the Congress, including legal codes are generally less expansive and more specific in scope

would concern itself with a more limited field

the amendment of Philippine legal codes is accomplished through the passage of Republic Acts utilized to enact legislation on areas where the legal codes have proven insufficient

PROCESS:
1. Preparation of the bill 2. First reading 3. Committee consideration / action 4. Second reading 5. Third reading

6. Conference committee 7. Transmittal of the bill to the President 8. Presidential action on the bill 9. Action on approved bill 10. Action on vetoed bill

REPUBLIC ACTS:
REPUBLIC ACT NO. 0001 AN ACT APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR THE OPERATION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF THE PHILIPPINES BEGINNING JULY FIRST, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIX UNTIL THE GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN IS APPROVED

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 10354 AN ACT PROVIDING FOR A NATIONAL POLICY ON RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

REPUBLIC ACT N0. 9439 AN ACT PROHIBITIBG THE DETENTION OF PATIENTS IN HOSPITALS AND MEDICAL CLINICS ON GROUNDS OF NON PAYMENT OF HOSPITAL BILLS OR MEDICAL EXPENSES

SOURCE:

passed by the Congress and Senate approved by the President

THATS ALL FOLKS!