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What is the Right Against Self-Incrimination?

The right against self-incrimination includes the right to refuse to take the witness stand and the right to refuse to answer an incriminatory question. This article talks about the constitutional right against self-incrimination, who can use it and when it can be invoked.

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This article talks about the disqualifications for running for public office embodied in the Omnibus Election Code and Local Government Code.

Who are Disqualified from Running for Public Office?

This article talks about the disqualifications for running for public office embodied in the Omnibus Election Code and Local Government Code.

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What are the Qualifications to Run as President of the Philippines?

What are the Qualifications to Run as President of the Philippines?

This article talks about the qualifications to run as President of the Philippines. The Constitution mandates that no person shall be elected President of the Philippine unless he is a natural born Filipino citizen, a registered voter, able to read and write, at least 40 years old on the day of the election and a resident of the Philippines for at least 10 years immediately preceding the election.

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What is the Effect of the Withdrawal of Certificate of Candidacy?

This article talks about the effects of the withdrawal of a Certificate of Candidacy. Although the person ceases to be a candidate for the position, the filing of a withdrawal shall not affect the civil, criminal or administrative liabilities he may have already incurred.

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What are the Rights of a Father Over his Illegitimate Child?

What are the Rights of a Father Over his Illegitimate Child?

This article talks about the rights of a father over his illegitimate child. Although the mother shall have sole parental authority over the child, the father has visitation rights over his child.

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Extrajudicial Settlement of Estate for Deaths from 2018 to Present

Extrajudicial Settlement of Estate for Deaths from 2018 to Present

This article talks about the process of extrajudicial settlement of estate of persons who died from January 1, 2018 to present.

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Can Probationary Employment Go Beyond 6 Months?

This article talks about the instances wherein the probationary employment period can go beyond 6 months, namely: 1) in apprenticeship agreements 2) employment is covered by special laws 3) practice is established by company policy or required by the nature of the work 4) to give the employee another chance to improve.

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In the Absence of a Will, When Can Brothers and Sisters Inherit from their Siblings?

This article discusses the instances when brothers and sisters can inherit from their sibling, in the absence of a will.

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Can Illegitimate Children Inherit from their Parents?

This article talks about the inheritance rights of illegitimate children.

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How to Renew Your US Tourist Visa Without Going to the US Embassy

This article talks about renewing your US tourist visa without going to the US Embassy.

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