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People of the Philippines vs Francisco Abarca (Criminal Law II)

FACT:

One day in 1984, Francisco Abarca, through a peephole, caught his wife having sexual intercourse with one Khingsley Paul Koh inside the Abarca residence. The two also caught Abarca looking at them and so Koh grabbed his pistol and thereafter Abarca fled. 347 more words

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Alawi v Alauya

Facts:

Sophia Alawi was a sales representative of E.B. Villarosa & Partners Co., Ltd. of Davao City, a real estate and housing company. Ashari M. Alauya is the incumbent executive clerk of court of the 4th Judicial Shari’a District in Marawi City, They were classmates, and used to be friends. 387 more words

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Cui v Cui

Facts:

The Hospicio de San Jose de Barili, is a charitable institution established by the spouses Don Pedro Cui and Dona Benigna Cui for the care and support, free of charge, of indigent invalids, and incapacitated and helpless persons.” It acquired corporate existence by legislation (Act No. 567 more words

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Tejan v Cusi

In this original action of prohibition petitioner Alfredo C. Tajan challenges the authority of respondent Judge of the Court of First Instance of Davao to hear Administrative Case No. 707 more words

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Cantiller v Potenciano

Facts: Humberto V. Potenciano is a practicing lawyer and a member of the Philippine Bar under Roll No. 21862. He is charged with deceit, fraud, and misrepresentation, and also with gross misconduct, malpractice and of acts unbecoming of an officer of the court. 440 more words

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Ledesma v Climaco

Facts:

Petitioner Ledesma was assigned as counsel de parte for an accused in a case pending in the sala of the respondent judge. On October 13, 1964, Ledesma was appointed Election Registrar for the Municipality of Cadiz, Negros Occidental. 422 more words

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