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AMONOY vs GUTIERREZ (G.R. No. 140420 February 15, 2001)

SERGIO AMONOY, petitioner

vs

Spouses JOSE GUTIERREZ and ANGELA FORNIDA, respondents

Doctrine:

Damages can be claimed whenever there is abuse of right or exercise of a suspended or extinguished right.

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MARBELLA-BOBIS vs. BOBIS (G.R. No. 138509 July 31, 2000)

IMELDA MARBELLA-BOBIS, petitioner

vs.

ISAGANI D. BOBIS, respondent

Doctrine:

Ignorance of the law excuses no one from compliance therewith.

Facts:

On October 21, 1985 the respondent and Maria Dulce Javier got married.

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PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES vs. SIMON (G.R. No. 93028 July 29, 1994)

PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, plaintiff-appellee

vs.

MARTIN SIMON y SUNGA, respondent

Doctrine:

Laws shall take effect fifteen days after its complete publication in Official Gazette or any newspaper of general circulation in the Philippines.

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G.R. No. 97336 (219 SCRA 115) - February 19, 1993 Gashem Shookat Baksh, vs. Hon. Court of Appeals and Marilou T. Gonzales

G.R. No. 97336 (219 SCRA 115) – February 19, 1993

Gashem Shookat Baksh, vs. Hon. Court of Appeals and Marilou T. Gonzales

Civil Law – The New Civil Code – Human Relations… 532 more words

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G.R. No. 94723 – August 21, 1997 Karen F. Salvacion vs Central Bank, China Banking Corporation, and Greg Bartelli

G.R. No. 94723 – August 21, 1997

Karen F. Salvacion vs Central Bank, China Banking Corporation, and Greg Bartelli

Civil Law – The New Civil Code… 634 more words

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Republic of the Philippines v Gregorio Nolasco

GR No. 94053, 17 March 1993

FACTS: Gregorio Nolasco, respondent, filed a petition, under the Family Code, for the declaration of presumptive death of his wife, Janet Monica Parker, who left Antique just fifteen days from her giving birth to their son. 167 more words

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Cecilia Zulueta v Court of Appeals and Alfredo Martin

GR No. 107383, 20 February 1996

FACTS:  Cecilia Zulueta, petitioner, entered the clinic of her husband, Alfredo Martin, private respondent, forcibly opened the drawers and cabinets and took a total of 157 documents consisting of private correspondence between the private respondent and and hi alleged paramours, greeting cards, cancelled checks, diaries, respondent’s passport, and photographs. 137 more words

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