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Squatting

Squat

Last Update: 2014-07-14
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law

philipines kulture

Last Update: 2014-10-15
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Law Firm

Law firm

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Law Firm

Lawfirm

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Anti-androheno

Antiandrogen

Last Update: 2014-10-21
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kasambahay law

inmate law

Last Update: 2015-02-02
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Law enforcer

Police

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rh bill law,

RH bill law,

Last Update: 2015-02-16
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anti batas plorete

anti fencing law

Last Update: 2015-03-05
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ano ang anti-dummy batas

ano ang anti-dummy law

Last Update: 2014-11-26
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ano ang kahalagahan Ng anti bayrus

ano ang kahalagahan ng anti bayrus

Last Update: 2015-02-11
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sino ang nagtatag ng import comport law

Who was the founder of import comport law

Last Update: 2015-02-12
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mavid anti kapay vuvuya daw as kaynum

ivatan to tagalog

Last Update: 2015-02-25
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paggawa ng batas na anti-anak

anti-child labor law

Last Update: 2015-01-20
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slogan tungkol sa anti child abuse

slogan about anti child abuse

Last Update: 2014-11-24
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The crimes of Rape and Acts of Lasciviousness are very different from each other. Firstly, the crime of Acts of Lasciviousness is classified as a crime against chastity under Title Eleven of the Revised Penal Code. On the other hand, Rape, by virtue of Republic Act (R.A.) No. 8353 otherwise known as the Anti-Rape Law of 1997, is classified as a crime against persons. Secondly, the elements of these crimes are distinct from each other. In order that there be a crime of Rape, it must be shown that it was committed: (1) By a man who shall have carnal knowledge of a woman under any of the following circumstances: a) Through force, threat, or intimidation; b) When the offended party is deprived of reason or otherwise unconscious; c) By means of fraudulent machination or grave abuse of authority; and d) When the offended party is under twelve (12) years of age or is demented, even though none of the circumstances mentioned above be present; or (2) By any person who, under any of the circumstances mentioned in paragraph 1 hereof, shall commit an act of sexual assault by inserting his penis into another person’s mouth or anal orifice, or any instrument or object, into the genital or anal orifice of another person (Article 266-A, Revised Penal Code (RPC) as amended). In contrast, the elements of the crime of Acts of Lasciviousness are: (1) the offender commits any act of lasciviousness or lewdness against the offended party who is another person of either sex; (2) that it is done: (a) by using force or intimidation; (b) by deprivation of reason or consciousness; or (c) when the offended party is under 12 years of age, even though neither of the circumstances mentioned in the two next preceding paragraphs shall be present (Article 336, RPC). Applying the foregoing, it is only possible for your friend to file a criminal complaint for Rape against the person who has sexually assaulted her if the aforestated elements for the crime of Rape are present. A contrario, a complaint for Rape may not be entertained or may even be dismissed, notwithstanding the same has been filed before the proper authorities, if any of the mentioned elements is lacking. Nevertheless, a complaint for Acts of Lasciviousness may stand if she can establish that the elements provided under Article 336 of the RPC transpired during the time she was assailed sexually. We hope that we were able to answer your queries. Please be reminded that this advice is based solely on the facts you have narrated and our appreciation of the same. Our opinion may vary when other facts are changed or elaborated

act of lascivioThe crimes of Rape and Acts of Lasciviousness are very different from each other. Firstly, the crime of Acts of Lasciviousness is classified as a crime against chastity under Title Eleven of the Revised Penal Code. On the other hand, Rape, by virtue of Republic Act (R.A.) No. 8353 otherwise known as the Anti-Rape Law of 1997, is classified as a crime against persons. Secondly, the elements of these crimes are distinct from each other. In order that there be a crime of Rape, it must be shown that it was committed: (1) By a man who shall have carnal knowledge of a woman under any of the following circumstances: a) Through force, threat, or intimidation; b) When the offended party is deprived of reason or otherwise unconscious; c) By means of fraudulent machination or grave abuse of authority; and d) When the offended party is under twelve (12) years of age or is demented, even though none of the circumstances mentioned above be present; or (2) By any person who, under any of the circumstances mentioned in paragraph 1 hereof, shall commit an act of sexual assault by inserting his penis into another person’s mouth or anal orifice, or any instrument or object, into the genital or anal orifice of another person (Article 266-A, Revised Penal Code (RPC) as amended). In contrast, the elements of the crime of Acts of Lasciviousness are: (1) the offender commits any act of lasciviousness or lewdness against the offended party who is another person of either sex; (2) that it is done: (a) by using force or intimidation; (b) by deprivation of reason or consciousness; or (c) when the offended party is under 12 years of age, even though neither of the circumstances mentioned in the two next preceding paragraphs shall be present (Article 336, RPC). Applying the foregoing, it is only possible for your friend to file a criminal complaint for Rape against the person who has sexually assaulted her if the aforestated elements for the crime of Rape are present. A contrario, a complaint for Rape may not be entertained or may even be dismissed, notwithstanding the same has been filed before the proper authorities, if any of the mentioned elements is lacking. Nevertheless, a complaint for Acts of Lasciviousness may stand if she can establish that the elements provided under Article 336 of the RPC transpired during the time she was assailed sexually. We hope that we were able to answer your queries. Please be reminded that this advice is based solely on the facts you have narrated and our appreciation of the same. Our opinion may vary when other facts are changed or elaboratedusness

Last Update: 2015-02-19
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rh bill law, ay isang batas sa pilipinas na tungkol sa Family planning. Pag control sa panganganak at pangangalagang pang-ina; gaya ng condom, mga pills na pang kontrol sa panganganak at iud habang ang pamahalaan ay patuloysa na nagpapakalat ng impormasyon sa mga gamit nito sa lahat ng sentro ng pangangalagang pangkalusugan.

RH bill law,

Last Update: 2015-02-13
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The former barrio of Basista, now the site of the town proper or poblacion was once the biggest and one of the progressive barrios located in the far south of the mother town, San Carlos (now a city). As early as the year 1918, some of the most influential and prominent citizens of the then barrio of Basista came together and made the first attempt to petition the municipal government and the provincial board of San Carlos and Pangasinan respectively to grant the township of their barrios. Prominent politicians during that time volunteered their help in making representations with the proper authorities, but their request was not granted. Some of those leaders were: General Mamaril, Don Valeriano Perez, father of the late speaker Eugenio Pérez, Buenaventura de Vera, Telesforo de Vera, Gregorio Malicdem, Cayetano Perez, Gaudencio Padua, Gregorio Valdez, Ramon Valdez, Don Roque de Vera, Domingo Resultay, Bernardo Resultay, Liberato Frias, Hipolito Cayabyab, Alejandro de guzman , Pascual Resultay, Raymundo de Guzman, Vicente de Guzman, Domingo de Guzman, Vicente Frias, Florentino Malicdem, Faustino Monzon, Cornelio de Guzman, Felix de Guzman, Juan Malicdem, Federico Cancino, Artemio Frias and several others. On September 5, 1961, President Carlos P. Garcia issued Executive Order No. 446 creating the town of Basista composed of 13 barrios out of the 28 that petitioned. Four years after, however, the Philippine Supreme Court declared the town's creation as without legal basis citing their ruling in the "Emmanuel Pelaez vs. Auditor General" that "municipalities created under Executive Orders are void". It was here that Republic Act No. 4866 filed by Congressman Jack L. Soriano was enacted into law and legally created Basista as a town of Pangasinan

The former barrio of Basista, now the site of the town proper or poblacion was once the biggest and one of the progressive barrios located in the far south of the mother town, San Carlos (now a city). As early as the year 1918, some of the most influential and prominent citizens of the then barrio of Basista came together and made the first attempt to petition the municipal government and the provincial board of San Carlos and Pangasinan respectively to grant the township of their barrios. Prominent politicians during that time volunteered their help in making representations with the proper authorities, but their request was not granted. Some of those leaders were: General Mamaril, Don Valeriano Perez, father of the late speaker Eugenio Pérez, Buenaventura de Vera, Telesforo de Vera, Gregorio Malicdem, Cayetano Perez, Gaudencio Padua, Gregorio Valdez, Ramon Valdez, Don Roque de Vera, Domingo Resultay, Bernardo Resultay, Liberato Frias, Hipolito Cayabyab, Alejandro de guzman , Pascual Resultay, Raymundo de Guzman, Vicente de Guzman, Domingo de Guzman, Vicente Frias, Florentino Malicdem, Faustino Monzon, Cornelio de Guzman, Felix de Guzman, Juan Malicdem, Federico Cancino, Artemio Frias and several others. On September 5, 1961, President Carlos P. Garcia issued Executive Order No. 446 creating the town of Basista composed of 13 barrios out of the 28 that petitioned. Four years after, however, the Philippine Supreme Court declared the town's creation as without legal basis citing their ruling in the "Emmanuel Pelaez vs. Auditor General" that "municipalities created under Executive Orders are void". It was here that Republic Act No. 4866 filed by Congressman Jack L. Soriano was enacted into law and legally created Basista as a town of Pangasinan

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Martes mu namang anti iti, dapot capitanganang bengi, maralumdum at maguing limputan. Ing asiuas ning uran, ing biung ning masalusung agus ning danum, ing ngungulangul nang tiup ning masican a baguiu, mianib-anib ngang sasio, gugulisac antimong musicang tikbalang a mamagpang quetang malungcut a benging nung nu mipamisan ing calumbayan. Qng Cuartel General na Purac ning Brigadier Mascardo ating aduang Oficiales a macaguardia canitang benging ita:macalucluc la caring aduang luclucan a mitutulid lele ning auang.Ing metung careti macatacas la qng awacana ing revolver na't sable at susulud ne ing cupianang magaspang a Baliuag a penagaulan qng metung a triangulong macatumpac qng rasong azul at malutu. "Balu mu qng ing benging iti, bengi re ding magcuculam at asuang?" "At ding tikbalang qng Pasbul-baliti." "At ding caladua rang lipanglipang ding mengamate caniting labanan." Linud na ning minunang miniabi. Ing metung a quildap a menalicsic caring busbus na ning bale, quinutud na itang pisasabian, canita naman ing reloj queta qng sala tinigtig yang metung, metung mu, quetang malati nang pamucpuc. "La una!" ngana ning minunang miniabi, cagna na ning tinicdo ya. "La una ua!"----dapot nu ca ume?" "Quetang sinabi cu queca, buri queng acasabi ngening benging iti at . . ." "At caniang duldul, angin, uran, at baguiu. . . ?" "E bala! buri queng aquit qng catataulian, buri queng damdaman, bayu ya maco at . . . emu balu bucas maco nala?" "Ua, dapot ibuclat me yang auang, alben mu ing panaun, ing pusa man eya misilip." Itang Oficial a magcapilit maco, biclat neng baguia ing auang at tinando ya. Canita, quetang baguia nang pangabuclat linub ya ing metung a ayup at itang matni nang lipacpac, mecapangaligquig caring aduang misasabi. "Nanu ya?" "Metung yang culayu." "Carlos, yang ayup magdala yang maroc a uaga, paniualan mucu, eca titipa ngening benging iti." "Macanian ing pengacu cu, at balu muna ing capangacuan cu mal dili canacu. Nung cacaluguran daca't buri mucung daptananan mayap, alilan mucu qng ditac pang horas a macatagan qng guardia cu. Maliari Pedro?" "Ua." Iting catayang paquibat mecaguiu na quea, inia pupulai yang tinipa qng eran. "Calulung mamulang," nganang Pedro at sacaya migjilig miadiang matudtud qng luclucana. Catipa nang Carlos qng Cuartel, seligsigano ding dalan ning cabalenan Purac, at carin, quetang lele na ning bibiung a sapang culang namu e matdas, ating metung a bale pinaud, nung nuya tinulid minaus macacalale. "Leonor!" ngana. Canita ya mebuclat ing malating auang ning silid at tinando ya ing metung a babayng inaslagana lagu ning quislap nang sinaquirap ning quildap. "Carlos!" "Ua. bucas maco na cayu, muli naco qng balen yu . . . at carin . . . eme acalinguan ing acaquilala mu busal ning casaquitan?" "Alique! Libulibung ali! Uling in alang camalitmalit a bie cu, pepasayana, biclat na cacu ing mal a ecu caquilala: ing lugud qng balayan! Dapot . . . tatacut ya ing caladua cu. Balamu atin cung pitatacutan a mamuc datang tang casiran." "Baquet?" "Ecu balung sabian, macaguiung panamdaman cu queni, quening carug ning salucu." "Yan . . ." "Ua, ume naca . . . emucu cacalinguan ane?" "Capa," nganang Carlos. "Ua capa, atin cu pang ibie queca . . . Oini abutan me. Metung yang sampagang tigtugan cu qng lua cu ngening quebucas." "Quebucas?" "Eme acaquit ing alaya? Atine mamunag! Ume naca." Meliquid ya y Carlos nangan qng aslagan at canita na apagumasdan qng aguiang tatacpane ning macapal a lulam mamunag ne ing alaya. "Eca mangalinguan ane?" inulit nang Leonor at minurung qng auang. Lalat mirayu yang mapilan calacbangan y Carlos qng bale nang Leonor, dimdam nana ing metung a descarga a linual qng malati rang asbuc ding libulibung fusil at cayari na nita, pangatajimic baguia . . . meramdam naman ing calugcug ding cabayung papulayanda. "Capitan!" ngana ning metung a sundalus a pupulaing sasalubung quea, "Ding Americanos . . ." Ya ing asistenti nang Carlos. "Tana carin." Pupulai lang tinaglus qng Cuartel General at carin disan dane ing General pati ding reservas na. "General . . ." nganang Carlos. "Capitan: queang sacan a yan, carinca mabat, e cuna ministil sabian qng yan ing sulut na ning balen . . . metung mang balas alang mitatagan caring sundalus mu. Sulung na!" Pepatingapun lasa itang labanan, ing Compania nang Carlos e meco qng trinchera na. Americanos at Filipinos misasalamuja la bangque. Detang mipapamuc alang pacauan qng cainguita ning tau, piabe no ning camatayan. *** Megatpanapun:ding salang ele milub at iniang ume nang silim minurung lang pepaingquini qng balen Sta.Rita. Ding qng Brigada Mascardo, tinipun do ding metera at metung ya careti ing Capitan Carlos Patricio a meaquit lele na cabud ning trinchera na. Iquit ne ning General at ing adua capatac a lua na memalisbis caring pisngina. "Dalan ye queni," ngana, "Nanu ya ing tatalanana?" Biclat de ing gamat nang metung, ing uanan . . . Oh! itang sasacmala nang matalic, ya ing pasionara ing sampagang binie nang Leonor quea . . . yang delana anga qng cutcutan . . .

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n the turbulent days in which France was transitioning away from Napoleonic rule, Edmond Dantes (Caviezel) and his closest friend, Fernand Mondego (Pearce), aspire to gain the same two things: the next captaincy of a ship in Morel's (Godfrey) Marseille-based shipping business and the hands of the lovely Mercedes Iguanada (Dominczyk). Dantes and Mondego are diverted to Elba on a shipping mission because their captain requires medical attention. Assistance comes, unexpectedly, in the form of the personal physician of the exiled Napoleon (Norton). In return for the use of his doctor, Napoleon demands that Dantes deliver a letter for him and that the mission and the letter be kept a secret. Unknown to the illiterate Dantes, the letter will provide Bonapartists in Marseille information of pertinence to a possible rescue of Napoleon. Also unknown to him, Fernand has discovered and read the letter and has full knowledge of its contents. On his return to France, Dantes' fortunes peak as Morel names him captain of one of his ships and an improved station in life prompts Edmond to propose to Mercedes, who accepts the offer. In the process of being beaten out of the two things that matter most to him in life, the jealous Fernand knows that the letter Dantes is carrying can be used to falsely implicate him in an act that might be viewed by local authorities as treasonous. Fernand, and his confidant, shipping colleague Danglars (Woodington), betray Dantes by making the magistrate Villefort (Frain) aware of the letter. Dantes is taken by local authorities in front of Villefort. Despite his determination that Dantes is innocent of any crime, he becomes edgy upon learning that the letter was addressed to Noirtier Villefort, a known Bonpartist, and, consequently, a politically inconvenient father for a young man aspiring to a prominent law career in post-Napoleonic France. To eliminate all evidence that his father was involved in plans for an escape attempt by Napoleon from Elba, Villefort burns the letter and has Dantes arrested and taken to the Chateau D'If, a maximum security prison, where Dantes rots for over a decade, with no prospects of getting out in the imaginable future. Dantes befriends a fellow prisoner named Abbe Faria (Harris), who is a great scholar and who, very gradually, transforms the unworldly Dantes into a wise, learned and cultivated man. Faria is an old man, however, and when he comes to realize that he is fatally ill, he tells Dantes of a great treasure and where it is buried. Secretly placing himself in Faria's burial sack, which is to be thrown over the cliffs and into the river alongside the prison, Dantes manages to escape. After a dangerous ordeal in which he mingles with, but ultimately befriends, an enterprising, yet violent, group of smugglers led by Luigi Vampa (Blanc), he makes his way back to Marseille. Dantes now turns his attention to claiming the treasure Abbe Faria had referred to. After locating the treasure, Dantes' riches are suddenly boundless, but rather than retiring to a life of leisure, his new raison d'etre is vengeance, with the objects of his revenge being Fernand (now a count), Danglars (now a baron), and Villefort (now a chief prosecutor), all of whom live in Paris. As they are now members of Parisian high society, Dantes realizes that to gain access to them, he'll need to reinvent himself, and uses some of his newfound riches to purchase a huge estate near Paris. He then proclaims himself to be the Count of Monte Cristo, and although nobody knows of him, his claim is very credible in view of his visibly substantial wealth. The Count plans a party at his new estate and invites many members of Parisian high society, including all the objects of his vengeance. Now having considerable access to each of them, one at a time, he successfully sets them up for failure. Danglars is tricked into an act of embezzlement and Villefort is tricked into confessing to conspiracy to have his own father murdered within earshot of local authorities. The Count gains close access to Fernand and Mercedes, who are now husband and wife, by paying the smuggler Luigi Vampa to pretend to kidnap their son, Albert. This enables the Count himself to save Albert. Having saved their son, the Count is now welcome in the home of Fernand and Mercedes. Taking note of his mannerisms, Mercedes soon works out that the Count is actually Edmond Dantes, but the Count still has a bone to pick with her, as she married Fernand very shortly after his arrest and had Fernand's son, Albert (Cavill), not long after that. This seemed a sign of her infidelity, but the Count ultimately learns that Villefort had announced that Dantes was dead shortly after the onset of his imprisonment. Fernand, it turns out, had bargained for this announcement, from which he hoped to gain the hand of Mercedes, by murdering, at Villefort's request, Villefort's father. Now understanding that Mercedes had believed him dead, the Count is less incensed by her marriage to Fernand, but still finds the very short period of time between his imprisonment and their marriage very unsettling. The Count is about to turn his back completely on Mercedes. But then, Fernand's financial ruin from compulsive gambling compels him to leave Paris to evade his debtors, against whom he has committed crimes. Unwilling to follow Fernand with their son, Mercedes, finally, tells the Count the truth ---- she had married Fernand because she had, unknown to the Count, been impregnated by Dantes shortly before he was arrested. She wanted Albert to have a father. In truth, however, Albert's biological father is the Count himself. Finally willing to forgive her, the Count falls in love all over again with Mercedes, and, with those who had betrayed them out of the way, they resolve to live their lives, casting aside the dark and regrettable episodes which had robbed them of so many happy times with each other and with their son Albert.

summary of the count of Monte Cristo

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