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  • Philippine Supreme Court Reverses Ruling on Mining Law

    SC reverses self, lets aliens control mining By MERCEDES E RULLAN TODAY Reporter "This Court has therefore weighed carefully the rights and interest of all concerned, and decided for the greater good of the greatest number" Thus said the Supreme Court in reversing, by a vote of 10 to four with one abstention, a ruling it issued late January this year that declared a portion of Republic Act

  • The Philippine Supreme Court and the Mining Act ruling

    In January 2004, the Philippine Supreme Court nullified provisions of the Philippine Mining Act of 1995 which allowed foreign mining firms to operate in the country

  • Philippine Court Allows Foreign Control of Mines WSJ

    Dec 02, 2004  MANILA, Philippines The Philippine Supreme Court decided to allow foreign control of mining projects, reversing an earlier ruling that unnerved investors and threatened to stall development of

  • Philippines High Court rules vs Mines and Communities

    The Supreme Court decision of January 29 is a big blow against President Arroyo after issuing her Executive Order 270 meant for the unhampered implementation of the Mining Act of 1995 As the decision did not hammer down the full scrapping of the whole law, we pursue the campaign to totally scrap the Philippine Mining Act of 1995 and EO 270

  • GR No :: PHILIPPINE SUPREME COURT DECISIONS ON

    Said resolution, order or decision shall become final and executory within thirty (30) days from its promulgation and shall be appealable by certiorari only to the Supreme Court [emphasis supplied] 14 cralaw 417 Phil 378 (2000) 15 cralaw Citing Bañaga v Commission on the Settlement of Land Problems, GR No 66386, January 30, 1990, 181

  • Philippines Supreme Court bans GMO crop trials

    Dec 13, 2015  The Supreme Court decision sets a global precedent as it is the first legal decision on GM in the Philippines using the Writ of Kalikasan (environment) a legal environmental remedy found only in the Philippines The court is also the first in the world to adopt the precautionary principle which holds that it is best to err on the side of

  • Mining Law 2021 Laws and Regulations Philippines ICLG

    Sep 29, 2017  Philippines: Mining Laws and Regulations 2021 ICLG Mining Laws and Regulations Philippines covers common issues in mining laws and regulations – including the acquisition of rights, ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, transfer and encumbrance, environmental aspects, native title and land rights – in 15 jurisdictions

  • GR No : PHILIPPINE SUPREME COURT DECISIONS ON

    National Labor Relations Commission Thus, petitioners pray for the reversal of the CA Decision and reinstatement of the Labor Arbiter's Decision dated November 16, 1999 Capor was acquitted in Criminal Case No 20758MN based on reasonable doubt In his Decision, the trial judge entertained doubts regarding the guilt of Capor because of two

  • AM No 0968SC Lawphil

    SUPREME COURT Manila AM No 0968SC RULES OF PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CASES R E S O L U T I O N Acting on the recommendation of the Chairperson of the Subcommittee on the Rules of Procedure for Environmental Cases submitting for this Court’s consideration and approval the proposed Rules of Procedure for Environmental Cases, the Court Resolved to APPROVE the same

  • Supreme Court Decisions Home of ChanRobles Virtual Law

    1935 : Philippine Supreme Court Decisions 1936 : Philippine Supreme Court Decisions 1937 : Philippine Supreme Court Decisions 1938 : Philippine Supreme Court Decisions 1939 : Philippine Supreme Court Decisions 1940 : Philippine Supreme Court Decisions 1941 : Philippine Supreme Court Decisions

  • Mining in the Philippines Lexology

    Jul 18, 2018  In Narra Nickel Mining and Development Corporation v Redmont Consolidated Mines, 722 SCRA 382 (2014), 748 SCRA 455 (2015), the Supreme Court

  • Cebu stops ‘white sand’ mining for Manila Bay Manila

    Sep 09, 2020  Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia on Tuesday ordered a stop to mining operations in Alcoy town for the dolomite or powderwhite sand used for the P389million beautification project of the Manila Bay beach, which has drawn criticism from environmentalists and lawmakers alike

  • THE STATE OF PHILIPPINE FORESHORE LAND MANAGEMENT

    Philippines has one of the longest SHORELINEin the world The Philippines is composed of more than 7,100 islands, and with the coastline of approximately 36,289 kilometers long Almost 60% of the country’s total population resides in the coastal zone About 70% of the total municipalities cities are located in the coastal zone

  • PHILIPPINE ENVIRONMENT LAWS CHAN ROBLES VIRTUAL

    Full text of Republic Act No 3571[AN ACT TO PROHIBIT THE CUTTING, DESTROYING OR INJURING OF PLANTED OR GROWING TREES, FLOWERING PLANTS AND SHRUBS OR PLANTS OF SCENIC VALUE ALONG PUBLIC ROADS, IN PLAZAS, PARKS, SCHOOL PREMISES OR IN ANY OTHER PUBLIC GROUND] Featured on the World Wide Web by The Law Firm of Chan Robles Associates Philippines

  • REPUBLIC ACT NO 9147 WILDLIFE RESOURCES

    Jul 30, 2001  REPUBLIC ACT NO 9147 July 30, 2001 AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE CONSERVATION AND PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE RESOURCES AND THEIR HABITATS, APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES Be it enacted by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled: CHAPTER I

  • January 2014 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Labor

    Feb 21, 2014  Here are select January 2014 rulings of the Supreme Court of the Philippines on labor law: Backwages; when awarded As a general rule, backwages are granted to indemnify a dismissed employee for his loss of earnings during the whole period that he is out of his job Considering that an illegally dismissed employee is not

  • DECKER v NORTHWEST ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE CENTER Supreme

    Mar 20, 2013  Readers are requested to notify the Reporter of Decisions, Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, D C 20543, of any typographical or other formal errors, in order that corrections may be made before the preliminary print goes to press SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES Nos 11–338 and 11–347

  • No License required to operate Stone Crushers, Hot Wet

    Feb 23, 2021  Govt notifies new rules, removes burden of dual registrations JAMMU: In its resolve to promote ‘Ease of Doing Business’ by creating a businessfriendly environment, the Government of Jammu and Kashmir today notified the JK Stone Crushers/ Hot and Wet Mixing Plants Regulation Rules, 2021 which have dispensed away the requirement of a license to start operation of stone crushers

  • Uprooting the Safety of Activists and Dissenters: The

    May 24, 2021  This article discusses recent laws that threaten freedom of speech and the safety of students and universities in The Philippines Rights! editorial board have taken the decision to protect the identity of the author of this article The Philippines has been making headlines internationally with rampant human rights abuses festering in the country

  • Dine Citizens Against Ruining our Environment v Bureau of

    Jul 29, 2019  The district court agreed with NTEC and dismissed the action 1 We affirm 1 At the parties’ joint request, we take judicial notice of the existence of the following documents and their contents: (1) Record of Decision for the Four Corners Power Plant and Navajo Mine Energy Project (July 14, 2015); (2) Final Environmental Impact Statement for

  • THE LABOUR COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA, JOHANNESBURG

    Constitutional Court held that the review grounds set out in s 145 of the LRA have been suffused by the standard of reasonableness, and that an arbitration award of the CCMA or bargaining council is reviewable if the decision reached by the commissioner was one that a reasonable decision

  • PD No 1067 Lawphil

    The decisions of the Council on water rights controversies may be appealed to the Court of First Instance of the province where the subject matter of the controversy is situated within fifteen (15) days from the date the party appealing receives a copy of the decision, on any of the following grounds; (1) grave abuse of discretion; (2) question

  • (PDF) ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACTS OF STONE

    More than 30 stone crusher plants are observed on sites namely Chipri, Sangawade and Top The located on the southwest side from the quarry cluster which depth of one of the old abandoned quarries at Top was found to are the major source of dust and noise pollution in the region be in the range of 19 to 40m in height (Fig 2)

  • COURT OF APPEALS

    Feb 21, 2019  A party may file with the Supreme Court a Sheila T Reiff Clerk of Court of Appeals ULE NOTICE This opinion is subject to further editing If published, the official version will appear in the bound volume of the Official Reports petition to review an adverse decision by the Court of Appeals See WISSTAT § 80810 and R 80962

  • Mining in the Philippines Lexology

    Jul 18, 2018  In Narra Nickel Mining and Development Corporation v Redmont Consolidated Mines, 722 SCRA 382 (2014), 748 SCRA 455 (2015), the Supreme Court

  • THE STATE OF PHILIPPINE FORESHORE LAND MANAGEMENT

    Philippines has one of the longest SHORELINEin the world The Philippines is composed of more than 7,100 islands, and with the coastline of approximately 36,289 kilometers long Almost 60% of the country’s total population resides in the coastal zone About 70% of the total municipalities cities are located in the coastal zone

  • LAW: Supreme Court environmental cases: The watch list

    Feb 11, 2019  The Supreme Court started the year with an unusual number of cases of interest in the energy and environmental policy world, with issues ranging from endangered frogs and uranium mining to

  • DECKER v NORTHWEST ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE CENTER Supreme

    Mar 20, 2013  Readers are requested to notify the Reporter of Decisions, Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, D C 20543, of any typographical or other formal errors, in order that corrections may be made before the preliminary print goes to press SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES Nos 11–338 and 11–347

  • February 2013 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on

    Mar 13, 2013  Here are select February 2013 rulings of the Supreme Court of the Philippines on criminal law and procedure: 1 REVISED PENAL CODE Conspiracy; joint purpose and design Conspiracy may be deduced from the mode, method, and manner in which the offense was perpetrated; orinferred from the acts of the accused when those acts point to

  • COURT OF APPEALS

    Feb 21, 2019  A party may file with the Supreme Court a Sheila T Reiff Clerk of Court of Appeals ULE NOTICE This opinion is subject to further editing If published, the official version will appear in the bound volume of the Official Reports petition to review an adverse decision by the Court of Appeals See WISSTAT § 80810 and R 80962

  • Uprooting the Safety of Activists and Dissenters: The

    May 24, 2021  This article discusses recent laws that threaten freedom of speech and the safety of students and universities in The Philippines Rights! editorial board have taken the decision to protect the identity of the author of this article The Philippines has been making headlines internationally with rampant human rights abuses festering in the country

  • No License required to operate Stone Crushers, Hot Wet

    Feb 23, 2021  Govt notifies new rules, removes burden of dual registrations JAMMU: In its resolve to promote ‘Ease of Doing Business’ by creating a businessfriendly environment, the Government of Jammu and Kashmir today notified the JK Stone Crushers/ Hot and Wet Mixing Plants Regulation Rules, 2021 which have dispensed away the requirement of a license to start operation of stone crushers

  • THE LABOUR COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA, JOHANNESBURG

    Constitutional Court held that the review grounds set out in s 145 of the LRA have been suffused by the standard of reasonableness, and that an arbitration award of the CCMA or bargaining council is reviewable if the decision reached by the commissioner was one that a reasonable decision

  • Dine Citizens Against Ruining our Environment v Bureau of

    Jul 29, 2019  The district court agreed with NTEC and dismissed the action 1 We affirm 1 At the parties’ joint request, we take judicial notice of the existence of the following documents and their contents: (1) Record of Decision for the Four Corners Power Plant and Navajo Mine Energy Project (July 14, 2015); (2) Final Environmental Impact Statement for

  • (PDF) ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACTS OF STONE

    More than 30 stone crusher plants are observed on sites namely Chipri, Sangawade and Top The located on the southwest side from the quarry cluster which depth of one of the old abandoned quarries at Top was found to are the major source of dust and noise pollution in the region be in the range of 19 to 40m in height (Fig 2)

  • Granting legal right to the River Ganga as a 'living

    Feb 15, 2019  In May 2017, Central Government and Uttarakhand State Government appealed to the Supreme Court against the Uttarakhand High Court decision regarding granting the right of 'living entity' to the River based on the clause the grant is not implementable and is 'unsustainable in law'

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    2 天前  Digital portal of the STAR Group of Publications: Delivers the latest news and views, multimedia, analyses and indepth reports on the Philippines, sports, business, entertainment, lifestyle and

  • ams IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE

    21The Court agrees with defendant, however, that plaintiffs’ reliance on Nida v Am Rock Crusher Co, is misplaced 855 P2d 81 (Kan 1993) That decision did not apply strict liability; it was an action in negligence Id at 86–87 7 abandoned wells, but instead, to the salt wells themselves and the risks associated with them

  • THE STATE OF PHILIPPINE FORESHORE LAND MANAGEMENT

    Philippines has one of the longest SHORELINEin the world The Philippines is composed of more than 7,100 islands, and with the coastline of approximately 36,289 kilometers long Almost 60% of the country’s total population resides in the coastal zone About 70% of the total municipalities cities are located in the coastal zone

  • Philippines United States Department of State

    The Philippine Supreme Court ruled in 2013 that securing a tax treaty relief ruling from the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) is not a legal requirement to qualify for preferential treatment and tax treaty rates; however, based on experience, tax experts generally still advise filing a tax treaty relief application to avoid potential challenges

  • LAW: Supreme Court environmental cases: The watch list

    Feb 11, 2019  The Supreme Court started the year with an unusual number of cases of interest in the energy and environmental policy world, with issues ranging from endangered frogs and uranium mining to

  • DECKER v NORTHWEST ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE CENTER Supreme

    Mar 20, 2013  Readers are requested to notify the Reporter of Decisions, Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, D C 20543, of any typographical or other formal errors, in order that corrections may be made before the preliminary print goes to press SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES Nos 11–338 and 11–347

  • February 2013 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on

    Mar 13, 2013  Here are select February 2013 rulings of the Supreme Court of the Philippines on criminal law and procedure: 1 REVISED PENAL CODE Conspiracy; joint purpose and design Conspiracy may be deduced from the mode, method, and manner in which the offense was perpetrated; orinferred from the acts of the accused when those acts point to

  • Granting legal right to the River Ganga as a 'living

    Feb 15, 2019  In May 2017, Central Government and Uttarakhand State Government appealed to the Supreme Court against the Uttarakhand High Court decision regarding granting the right of 'living entity' to the River based on the clause the grant is not implementable and is 'unsustainable in law'

  • ams IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE

    21The Court agrees with defendant, however, that plaintiffs’ reliance on Nida v Am Rock Crusher Co, is misplaced 855 P2d 81 (Kan 1993) That decision did not apply strict liability; it was an action in negligence Id at 86–87 7 abandoned wells, but instead, to the salt wells themselves and the risks associated with them

  • Uprooting the Safety of Activists and Dissenters: The

    May 24, 2021  This article discusses recent laws that threaten freedom of speech and the safety of students and universities in The Philippines Rights! editorial board have taken the decision to protect the identity of the author of this article The Philippines has been making headlines internationally with rampant human rights abuses festering in the country

  • THE LABOUR COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA, JOHANNESBURG

    Constitutional Court held that the review grounds set out in s 145 of the LRA have been suffused by the standard of reasonableness, and that an arbitration award of the CCMA or bargaining council is reviewable if the decision reached by the commissioner was one that a reasonable decision

  • Dine Citizens Against Ruining our Environment v Bureau of

    Jul 29, 2019  The district court agreed with NTEC and dismissed the action 1 We affirm 1 At the parties’ joint request, we take judicial notice of the existence of the following documents and their contents: (1) Record of Decision for the Four Corners Power Plant and Navajo Mine Energy Project (July 14, 2015); (2) Final Environmental Impact Statement for

  • Supreme Court must take on heartbreaking surrogacy case

    Sep 30, 2017  Supreme Court must take on heartbreaking surrogacy case There is currently a petition before the US Supreme Court which presents critical constitutional questions relating to California’s

  • Presidential Decree No 705, s 1975 Official Gazette of

    May 19, 1975  SECTION 47 Mining Operations – Mining operations in forest lands shall be regulated and conducted with due regard to protection, development and utilization of other surface resources Location, prospecting, exploration, utilization or exploitation of mineral resources in forest reservations shall be governed by Mining laws, rules and

  • Supreme Court of Appeal deals a crushing blow to former

    Apr 12, 2021  The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has dismissed one of the two appeals that former SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni filed with the court relating to

  • Minerals Mining Law FindLaw

    Sep 01, 2017  Location of mining claims under the Mining Law of 1872, 30 USC §§ 2242, is a selfinitiation system under which a person physically stakes an unpatented mining claim on public land that is open to location, posts a location notice and monuments the boundaries of the claim in compliance with federal laws and regulations and with state