Yesterday, Your Lawyer Says has given you a digest of the landmark case of Republic v. Sereno. In a 153-page decision penned by Justice Tijam, it was lengthily explained why quo warranto is a remedy allowed by law to oust an impeachable officer for disqualifications arising before her appointment. Today, we tackle the equally enlightening
REPUBLIC of the PHILIPPINES, represented by SOLICITOR GENERAL JOSE C. CALIDA v. MARIA LOURDES P.A. SERENO, G.R. No. 237428, May 11, 2018 [J. Tijam, En Banc] DOCTRINE OF THE CASE: Quo warranto as a remedy to oust an ineligible public official may be availed of when the subject act or omission was committed prior to
One of the heaviest exams in the Bar is the exam in Remedial Law. Here are the questions for Remedial Law in the 2017 Bar
Here are the very vivid questions on the Criminal Law 2017 Bar Exams. This is a work of fiction, but a lot of questions border so close to reality, such as tarpaulins as substitute for “cardboard justice” or the delay in Tacloban typhoon relief. See the questions here.
I. A. Absolute Timber Co. (ATC) has been engaged in the logging business in Isabela. To secure one of its shipments of logs to be transported by Andok Shipping Co., ATC purchased a marine policy with an all-risk provision. Because of a strong typhoon then hitting Northern Luzon, the vessel sank and the shipment of