Q & A on Small Claims Cases in the Philippines

Do you wish to collect money from someone who owes you but cannot afford to spend on heavy legal fees? Is your lessee not paying his rent but you do not want the hassle of a long court trial? Did you deliver products to your customer yet he did not pay you? Have you experienced […]

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How to Conduct Due Diligence in the Philippines

           In this diverse society, it is inevitable that at one point in our lives, we will have to conclude or close deals with strangers.  Although in an ideal world, trust should be sufficient, it is difficult, if not outright dangerous, to rely solely on good faith. Whether we are hiring an employee, buying land, […]

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Understanding Property Relations Between Husband and Wife in the Philippines

           “For richer, for poorer, in sickness or in health, to love and to cherish till death do us part.” This is part of the marriage vow being recited during weddings. Being married to someone entails not only sharing one’s life but also one’s property with the other. Hence, it is very important to know […]

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Qualifications for Philippine Elective Office

Qualifications prescribed by law for public elective positions in the Philippines are continuing requirements and must be possessed for the duration of the officer’s active tenure. It is the Philippine Congress which has the power to prescribe additional qualifications and disqualifications. The following is a simple list of the pertinent qualifications required for public elective […]

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