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  1. #1

    Default What is the difference between constitution and statute ?????

    nEEd a deFinite answer ^^

    T.Y

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    Default Re: What is the difference between constitution and statute ?????

    a statute is a law authored by a legislative body which must conforms to the law of the land or the constitution. meaning yung constitution ay ang fundamental laws na pagbabasihan ng mga statutes o batas.

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    Default Re: What is the difference between constitution and statute ?????

    Quote Originally Posted by uranium235 [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    a statute is a law authored by a legislative body which must conforms to the law of the land or the constitution. meaning yung constitution ay ang fundamental laws na pagbabasihan ng mga statutes o batas.
    Yes. tama si sir uranium235. Under the Philippine legal system a statute is the written will of the legislature solemnly expressed according to the form necessary to constitute it the law of the state. The Constitution meanwhile is the fundamental law of the land to which all laws must conform. There are however special cases when a law is created by the executive branch upon the exercise of special legislative powers such as the Presidential Decrees of then President Marcos under Martial Law and Executive Orders issued by President Aquino in the exercise of her emergency legislative powers under the freedom constitution i.e. the Family Code is one example. While these technically are not issued by the legislature they are generally considered statutes.

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    Default Re: What is the difference between constitution and statute ?????

    SUPAH THANX PO SENYU ^^
    aLL of these makes sense
    my idadag2 nqu sa ieexpLain q sa reCitation




    PEOPLE OUT THERE FURTHER INFO PA PU ^^ TY .



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    Default Re: What is the difference between constitution and statute ?????

    Law student ka ba? daya mo ah... hahaha (just kidding) anyway good luck sa recitation

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    Default Re: What is the difference between constitution and statute ?????

    ahahaha HND po ..IT ^^ pero my subj kming POLITICS :P hahaha xD

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    Default Re: What is the difference between constitution and statute ?????

    Constitution is the basic rule of the land...

    It serves as a "blueprint" in which all other laws of the land are PATTERN to it which are called then 'statutes' ; enacted by the paperwork guys of the legislature who races which one of them has the largest number of laws enacted...

    Now, the questions are...

    Do these laws have been properly enforced?

    Do you expect to believe that all of these enacted laws can be memorized by a law-abiding citizen in great detail?

    Now they say, "Ignorance of the law excuses no one.."

    what the heck........>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    Last edited by ihatebugs; 23rd Jun 2011 at 08:38.

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    Default Re: What is the difference between constitution and statute ?????

    sana po makatulong...

    ang Constitution ay dumaan sa mahabang proseso bago maging saligang batas o fundamental law tulad ng plebesito, dito ang mga mamayan ay buboto ng OO o HINDI kung gustong mabago o magkaroon ng Constitution pag katapos ay idadaan sa congreso upang ang mga hinirang na mambabatas ay masusing mapag-aralan ang mga batas na mailalagay roon.. habang ang statute ay ang mga bill na isinsulong sa congreso at senado upang maging batas gya ng RH Bill.

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