Bill Of Rights Essay

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1.) Ichong v,.Hernandez, 101 PHIL. 1155
2.) Tio v. Videogram Regulatory Board, 151 SCRA 208
3.) Asso. Of Small Landowners v. Secretary of DAR, 175 SCRA 343
4.) Ynot v. Intermediate Appellate Court, 148 SCRA 659
5.) Tablarin v. Gutierrez, 152 SCRA 730
6.) Taxicab Operators v. Board of Transportation, 119 SCRA 597
7.) ACEBEDO v. COURT OF APPEALS, et. al., G.R. No. 100152. March 31, 2000
8.) Binay v. Domingo, et. al., G.R. No. 92389. September 11, 1991
9.) MMDA v. Bel Air Village Asso., Inc., G.R. No. 135962. March 27, 2000
10.) MMDA v. Garin, G.R. No. 130230, April 15, 2005 ...view middle of the document...

) Southeast Mindanao Goldmining Corp. v. Balite Portal Mining, G.R. No. 135190, April 3, 2002
29.)Carlos Superdrug Corp. vs. DSWD, et. al., G.R. No. 166494, June 29, 2007
30.) Francisco v. Fernando, G.R. No. 166501, November 16, 2006
31.) MMDA vs. Viron Transportation, G.R. No. 170656, Aug. 15, 2007


Sumulong v. Guerrero, 154 SCRA 461
Municipality of Biñan v. Judge Mar Garcia,180 SCRA 576
Manila Electric Company v. Pineda, 206 SCRA 196
National Powers Corporation v. Judge Jocson, 206 SCRA 520
City of Manila v. Chinese Community, 40 PHIL. 349
Republic of the Philippines v. PLDT, 26 SCRA 620
National Power Corporation v. Gutierrez, 193 SCRA
National Power Corporation v. Sps. Chiong, G.R. No. 152436, June 20, 2003
National Power Corporation v. CA, 254 SCRA 577
National Power Corporation v. Angas, 208 SCRA 504
Wycoco v.Judge Caspillo, G.R. No. 146733, Jan. 13, 2004
Knetch v. CA, G.R. No. 108015, May 20, 1998
Republic v. Castelvi, 58 SCRA 336
Republic v. Ker & Co., G.R. No. 136171, July 2, 2002
Philippine Press Institute, Inc. v. Comelec, 244 SCRA 272
Amigable v. Cuenca, 43 SCRA 360
Republic v. CA, G.R. No. 146587, July 2, 2002
Republic v. Lim, G.R. No. 161656, June 29, 2005
SMITH KLINE & FRENCH LABORATORIES, LTD. vs. CA, G.R. No. 121267, October 23, 2001
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Asso. Of Small Landowners v. Secretary of DAR, 175 SCRA 343
Sta. Rosa Realty and Devt. Corp. v. CA, G.R. No. 112526, Oct. 12, 2001
Cosculluela v. CA, et. al. , G.R. No. L-77765. August 15, 1988
LAND BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES v. CA, et. al., G.R. No. 118712 &
G.R. No. 118745. October 6, 1995
Agan, et. al. v. PIATCO, et. al., G.R. No. 155001, May 5, 2003
vs. GOZUN, et. al. G.R. No. 157882. March 30, 2006
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES, et. al. vs. GINGOYON, et. al., G.R. No. 166429. December 19, 2005
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES, et. al. vs. GINGOYON, et. al., G.R. No. 166429. February 1, 2006
April 15, 2005
G.R. No. L-72126. January 29, 1988
LAGCAO, et. al. v. JUDGE LABRA, G.R. No. 155746. October 13, 2004
DE LA PAZ MASIKIP v. CITY OF PASIG, et. al., G.R. No. 136349.
January 23, 2006

Rule 67, Rules of Court


Pascual v. Secretary of Public Works, 110 PHIL. 331
Punzalan v. Municipal Board of Manila, 95 PHIL. 46
Lladoc v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 14 SCRA 292
Abra Valley College v. Aquino, 162 SCRA 106
Tan v. del Rosario, 237 SCRA 324
Tio v. VRB, 151 SCRA 208
Obillos v. CIR, 139 SCRA 436
CIR v. CA, G.R. No. 124043, October 14, 1998
Sison v.Ancheta, et. al., G.R. No. L-59431. July 25, 1984

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