Undeniably, both petitioner Agbayani and respondent Genabe are residents of Las Piñas City and both work at the RTC, and the incident which is the subject matter of the case happened in their workplace. 624 more words
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Is Section 5(f) of Republic Act No. 7924 creating the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), which authorizes it to confiscate and suspend or revoke driver’s licenses in the enforcement of traffic laws and regulations valid?
The MMDA is not vested with police power.
In Metro Manila Development Authority v. Bel-Air Village Association, Inc., we categorically stated that Rep. Act No. 1,227 more words
Did Ordinance No. 1664 meet the requirements of procedural due process?
Notice and hearing are the essential requirements of procedural due process. Yet, there are many instances under our laws in which the absence of one or both of such requirements is not necessarily a denial or deprivation of due process. 244 more words
The petitioners further assert that drivers or vehicle owners affected by Ordinance No. 1664 like themselves were not accorded the opportunity to protest the clamping, towing, and impounding of the vehicles, or even to be heard and to explain their side prior to the immobilization of their vehicles; and that the ordinance was oppressive and arbitrary for that reason. 309 more words
Compliance of Ordinance No. 1664with the substantive requirements
The first substantive requirement for a valid ordinance is the adherence to the constitutional guaranty of due process of law. 1,221 more words
Compliance of Ordinance No. 1664 with the formal requirements
Was the enactment of Ordinance No. 1664 within the corporate powers of the LGU of the City of Cebu? 786 more words