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National Power Corporation v. Central Board of Assessment Appeals et al., G.R. No. 171470, 30 January 2009
First Private Power Corporation (FPPC) entered into a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) agreement with NAPOCOR for the construction of Bauang Diesel Power Plant and creation of Bauang Power Plant Corporation (BPPC). 364 more words
Fels Energy, Inc. v. The Province of Batangas and the Office of the Provincial Assessor of Batangas, G.R. No. 168557, 16 February 2007
NPC entered into a lease contract with Polar Energy, Inc. (POLAR) over diesel engine power barges moored at Balayan Bay in Calaca, Batangas. The contract contained a provision that POLAR may be or become subject to real estate taxes and assessments, rates and other charges in respect of the power barges.Subsequently, POLAR assigned its rights under the Agreement to Fels Energy, Inc. 408 more words
Section 6 of the Public Assembly Act reads:
Section 6. Action to be taken on the application –
(a) It shall be the duty of the mayor or any official acting in his behalf to issue or grant a permit unless there is clear and convincing evidence that the public assembly will create a clear and present danger to public order, public safety, public convenience, public morals or public health. 1,104 more words
Only on what ground does the SP has the power to declare a municipal ordinance or resolution invalid?
Section 153 of B.P. Blg. 337 provides:
“Sec. 153. Sangguniang Panlalawigan Review. (1) Within thirty days after receiving copies of approved ordinances, resolutions and executive orders promulgated by the municipal mayor, the sangguniang panlalawigan shall examine the documents or transmit them to the provincial attorney, or if there be none, to the provincial fiscal, who shall examine them promptly and inform the sangguniang panlalawigan in writing of any defect or impropriety which he may discover therein and make such comments or recommendations as shall appear to him proper. 427 more words
What will happen to the municipal ordinance If no action has been taken by the SP within thirty (30) days after submission of such an ordinance for review?
Section 56 of the LGC provides:
SEC. 56. Review of Component City and Municipal Ordinances or Resolutions by the Sangguniang Panlalawigan. – (a) Within three (3) days after approval, the secretary to the Sangguniang Panlungsod or Sangguniang Bayan shall forward to the Sangguniang Panlalawigan for review, copies of approved ordinances and the resolutions approving the local development plans and public investment programs formulated by the local development councils. 457 more words
Our call time was at 4:00pm. We left the house at 2:30. We got in the event late and missed the awarding ceremony of the tournament my dad organized today under the Global Youth a Chess Society Inc. 293 more words