• Uniform Rules On Administrative Cases In The Civil Service (URACCS)
  • ₱1100.00
  • by:  Dennis B. Funa

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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-971-011-421-4
    • No. of Pages: 488
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2012 Edition




    • Description:

      The Uniform Rules on Administrative Cases in the Civil Service (URACCS) is the main and principal body of rules governing the administrative investigation and discipline of employees in the civil service. The URACCS was promulgated in 1999 and has since governed all investigations involving government officials and employees. The book written by Atty. Dennis Funa is further enriched with the discussion on the latest Supreme Court decisions involving the Civil Service.

      The book starts by defining the proper way to initiate an administrative complaint. The investigators are informed how to legally proceed with their investigation, such as the right composition of investigating bodies, and more importantly, the extent of its powers and authority. For the officials and employees of the government, the book informs them of their legal and constitutional rights. They are also taught how to properly defend themselves, such as the proper manner to file an answer, and the correct elements of the offenses charged.

      The various offenses, their nature and circumstances, are also extensively discussed in the book. Over the years, the subject of administrative disciplinary investigations has become a confusing topic in view of the numerous governmental issuances and Supreme Court decisions that have come out. The book organizes these various topics into a comprehensible system to enable lawyers, law students, government officials and employees to fully understand the subject of administrative investigations. The subject of the books falls under the general subject of Administrative Law, the Law on Public Officers and Political and Constitutional Law. Finally, the book addresses the confusing subject of remedies. In reading the book, the civil servant will easily learn the remedies and recourses available to him in case of an administrative investigation. Recourse and remedies before the courts are discussed exhaustively with updated Supreme Court decisions.


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    • Uniform Rules On Administrative Cases In The Civil Service (URACCS)
    • by:  Dennis B. Funa
    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-971-011-421-4
    • No. of Pages: 488
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2012 Edition

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    Description:

    The Uniform Rules on Administrative Cases in the Civil Service (URACCS) is the main and principal body of rules governing the administrative investigation and discipline of employees in the civil service. The URACCS was promulgated in 1999 and has since governed all investigations involving government officials and employees. The book written by Atty. Dennis Funa is further enriched with the discussion on the latest Supreme Court decisions involving the Civil Service.

    The book starts by defining the proper way to initiate an administrative complaint. The investigators are informed how to legally proceed with their investigation, such as the right composition of investigating bodies, and more importantly, the extent of its powers and authority. For the officials and employees of the government, the book informs them of their legal and constitutional rights. They are also taught how to properly defend themselves, such as the proper manner to file an answer, and the correct elements of the offenses charged.

    The various offenses, their nature and circumstances, are also extensively discussed in the book. Over the years, the subject of administrative disciplinary investigations has become a confusing topic in view of the numerous governmental issuances and Supreme Court decisions that have come out. The book organizes these various topics into a comprehensible system to enable lawyers, law students, government officials and employees to fully understand the subject of administrative investigations. The subject of the books falls under the general subject of Administrative Law, the Law on Public Officers and Political and Constitutional Law. Finally, the book addresses the confusing subject of remedies. In reading the book, the civil servant will easily learn the remedies and recourses available to him in case of an administrative investigation. Recourse and remedies before the courts are discussed exhaustively with updated Supreme Court decisions.


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