• A Summary of Notes and Views
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  • by:  Justice Bernardo Pardo ,
    Justice Oscar M. Herrera and Justice Jose C. Vitug

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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 971-691-448-2
    • No. of Pages: 200
    • Size: 6"x9"




    • Description:

      The Rule of Procedure in Cases of Civil Forfeiture is a new measure of special application brought about by the recent enactment of Republic Act No. 9160, as amended by Republic Act No. 9194.

      In January 2005, the Supreme Court tasked the Committee on the Revision of the Rules of Court chaired by Senior Associate Justice Reynato S. Puno to draft the Rule of Procedure in Cases of Civil Forfeiture called for in the law, at the request of the Anti-Money Laundering Council, the office in charge of the implementation of the law.

      We have thus written this treatise to record the rationale, principles and views of the members of the Committee in the formulation of the Rule and its provisions after an exhaustive review of the materials, articles and writings on the subject.






    • A Summary of Notes and Views
    • by:  Justice Bernardo Pardo ,
      Justice Oscar M. Herrera and Justice Jose C. Vitug
    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 971-691-448-2
    • No. of Pages: 200
    • Size: 6"x9"

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    Description:

    The Rule of Procedure in Cases of Civil Forfeiture is a new measure of special application brought about by the recent enactment of Republic Act No. 9160, as amended by Republic Act No. 9194.

    In January 2005, the Supreme Court tasked the Committee on the Revision of the Rules of Court chaired by Senior Associate Justice Reynato S. Puno to draft the Rule of Procedure in Cases of Civil Forfeiture called for in the law, at the request of the Anti-Money Laundering Council, the office in charge of the implementation of the law.

    We have thus written this treatise to record the rationale, principles and views of the members of the Committee in the formulation of the Rule and its provisions after an exhaustive review of the materials, articles and writings on the subject.