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The Supreme Court of Justice was given constitutional authority to designate the judges at all levels of the Judiciary, and authorized to exert disciplinary authority over all its members, putting an end to Executive and Legislative control over judges and personnel of the judiciary.
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The Supreme Court is the highest administrative authority of the Judicial Power. It also includes, in electronic format, the most important compilations of Agreements and Conventions ratified by the Dominican Republic. To assure an adequate level of income taxes, eliminate fiscal deficit, and reduce tax evasion, important amendments to the Tax Code were introduced in the years, andmodifying tax figures and institutions. The Constitution also mandates a Court of Accounts, which examines the country’s finances and reports to the Congress .
Major provisions which govern the Supreme Court of Justice include the following: Amigo del Hogar,p. This two volume set contains a comprehensive bibliography of monographs and journal titles, and also an index of the periodical legal literature of the Dominican Republic from to Most of the government offices responsible for the regulation and supervision of specific social or economic sectors provide access on their homepages to the legal framework of the sector.
Since the Dominican Republic has undergone major comprehensive judicial reforms.
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le A National Health Commission was created to promote overall modernization of the health sector. It contains an extensive bibliography and references to key documents for the history of Dominican law and legal institutions. Thereafter the new republic was subjected to a long power struggle between those who wanted to remain independent The Blues and those who supported the annexation of the country to France, Spain or the United States The Reds .
A list of the main titles are presented here. The fundamental reforms of the Criminal Code authorized by Decrees No. Codigo Civil Civil Code see also here. This recent Code reform effectively ended the French judicial tradition, originally adopted by Decree No.
Los bienes republiva entran en comunidad cuando han sido adquiridos bajo el republcia en comunidad. In addition to its powers to enact laws, the Congress of the Repubilca is empowered to increase, reduce or abolish regular or exceptional courts, to approve or reject international treaties and conventions concluded by the Executive Power, and has the authority to review and approve the national budget submitted by the Executive Power.
Executive Power Executive power is exercised by the President of the Republic who is elected with lley Vice-President by direct vote for a four-year term.
Monetary and Financial Code. The first session begins on August the 16 thand the second begins on February the 27 th.
Only one judge presides on each Peace Court. Trujillo, and finally democracy to present. I t abrogates the Labor Code and subsequent modifications.
Depending on the size of the District, these courts may be subdivided repulica Salas Halls. Supreme Court of Justice. He appoints the cabinet of 18 ministers, denominated Secretarios de Estado Secretaries of Statewho assist him in his function. This Law has been in effect for 75 years. Main objectives of the reform have been to expedite trials, improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the judiciary, and protect constitutional rights.
Por inmuebles debe entenderse casas, apartamentos, solares Fifty six volumes were published, covering the laws, resolutions, decrees and regulations from toarranged in chronological order. Eight years later, inthe Constitution was again amended to provide mainly for the presidential re-election Article Legislative power is invested in the National Congress, which is composed of two chambers: The Monetary Board, the Central Bank and the Superintendence of Banking are the state agencies responsible for regulating and supervising the financial and monetary sector of the Dominican Republic.
The Senate is empowered to select the members of the Central Electoral Board and the members of the Chamber of Accounts. Legal Databases Several efforts have been made by private entities to develop legal information databases in the Dominican Republic. Unable to control the country effectively, the then governing authorities ceded the country back to Spain in Other special courts include: Once a bill is approved, it is sent to the President of the Republic for promulgation and subsequent publication in the Gaceta Oficial Official Gazette.
See the law firm website under publications. It provides for the full text of the laws passed between to ; the digest of decisions of the Supreme Court of Justice from to ; and the full text of the cases of the Supreme Court of Justice published in the Judicial Bulletins from to Alternatively, Article 1 of the Civil Code states that approved bills also can be published in one or more major newspapers, in which case the publication must expressively indicate that it is an official publication and it will have the same effect as the Official Gazette.
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The Court of Appeals functions primarily as an appellate body and it hears appeals from decisions issued by Courts of First Instance. From to the Dominican Republic was governed successively by France, Haiti, Spain and then Haiti again, until it finally declared its independence on February 27, It occupies 48, square kilometers, making it the second largest island of the Greater Antilles, and supports a population of 8.
The last number published was the September — December, issue.
The library has no online public access to its resources. The High Land Courts are primarily appellate courts and hear appeals from the Land Courts of original jurisdiction.
There are other specialized administrative courts or quasi-judicial bodies with jurisdiction to hear certain types of matters. It completely modified the social dominucana system of the Dominican Republic. Tel and —Fax — Justices of the Peace. The 2497 of the Code is available on the Supreme Court of Justice homepage along with several Resolutions regulating the jurisdiction.