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Separate Concurring Opinion
Separate Concurring Opinion
J. Velasco, Jr.
Temporary Restraining Order
Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, et al. Vs. Department of Energy, et al.
The legal fees to be collected in cases of liquidation of solvent juridicial debtors, liquidation of insolvent juridicial and individual deptors, conversion from rehabilitaion to liquidation proceedings, suspension of payments of insolvent individual debtors and petitions in an out of court restructuring agreement provided under A.M. Nos. 12-12-11-SC and 15-04-06-SC
Amendment of A.M. No. 03-03-03-SC, dated June 17, 2003, for the expansion of the coverage of cases cognizable by the special commercial courts to inclue all cases on insolvency and liquidation under the FRIA
Proposed Rules on E-Filing & Proposed Rule for the Efficient Use of Paper
A.M. No. 10-3-7-SC / A.M. No. 11-9-4-SC
1 - LABOR DAY
- The Philippine Legislature accepts the Tydings-McDuffie Act in 1934
2 - In 1942, the Court’s 28th Associate Justice and its 5th Chief Justice, Hon. Jose Abad B. Santos, was executed in Malabang, Lanao.
3 - In 2006, the Supreme Court upholds Presidential Proclamation 1017 declaring a state of national emergency insofar as it constitutes a call by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to prevent or suppress lawless violence under Sec. 17, Article VII of the Constitution but declares unconstitutional the provisions commanding the AFP to enforce laws not related to lawless violence and the decrees promulgated by the President in G.R. Nos. 171396, 171400, 171409, 171483, 171424, 171485, & 171489 (David v. Arroyo)
5 - The Royal Audiencia or High Court of Justice is established in Manila in 1583
7 - The Supreme Court launches Hustisyeah, a reform project aimed at decongesting case loads in trial courts, in Quezon City in 2013
10 - Hon. Natividad Parcon is appointed the first woman Justice of the Peace in 1938
14 - The 1935 Constitution is ratified
- 183 members of the country's first regular legislature under the 1973 Constitution are elected in 1984
15 - The Rules of Procedure in Election Contests Before the Courts Involving Elective Municipal and Barangay Officials take effect in 2007
16 - Chief Justice Reynato S. Puno retires in 2010
17 - In 1940, the Court’s 131st Associate Justice and its 22nd Chief Justice, Hon. Reynato S. Puno, was born.
- Hon. Renato C. Corona is appointed as 23rd Chief Justice in 2010
18 - Proc. 47 declares June 4 to 11 every year as “Judiciary Week” in 2001
22 - The Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of 2006 (RA 9344) takes effect in 2006
24 - Philippine representation to the Spanish Cortes is abolished in 1816
28 - Manuel A. Roxas is inaugurated as the third and last President of the Philippine Commonwealth in 1946
29 - Justice of the Peace Courts are established in 1885
- In 1896, the Court’s 52nd Associate Justice and its 9th Chief Justice, Hon. Cesar C. Bengzon, was born.
- Chief Justice Cesar C. Bengzon retires in 1966
30 - In 1962, the Supreme Court rules that “A law is presumed constitutional until otherwise declared by judicial interpretation” in G.R. No. L-13555 (Social Security Commission v. Bayona)
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