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The Public Ministry is the agency of the Executive Branch responsible for directing the investigation of criminal acts, assisting with the prosecution of criminal actions and protecting the interests of the State.
The various Secretaries of State and other government offices, such as the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic, may issue resolutions and norms which are also 5557-05.
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I t abrogates the Labor Code and subsequent modifications. A list of the main titles are presented here. Ley, Robert George The Chamber of Deputies is composed of members elected for each province, one for every 50, inhabitants or fraction thereof greater than 25, but in no case shall a province have less than two Deputies.
The library has no webpage and no online access to its resources. The fundamental reforms of the Commercial Code were authorized by Decree No.
Legal Websites Most of the government offices responsible for the regulation and supervision of specific social or economic oey provide access on their homepages to the legal framework of the sector.
The University has two Law Schools, one on each of its campuses. Jansen, Bernard Lucas Moody, James Clayton 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, Highsmith, Edward Allen This work is a valuable source, in English, on the evolution of the Legal System of the Dominican Republic until ADR mechanisms to solve family problems were introduced as an alternative method of settling disputes.
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 The treatment of violations of such treaties should be the same as the treatment for violations of the Constitution .
Mellencamp, Gals George With modifications, this Code is still largely in effect today. See more on the main homepage of the 5570-5 under publications. This new law provides for mandatory and universal coverage of all Dominican nationals and foreigners residing in the Dominican Republic against risks of aging, disability, unemployment, sickness, maternity and childbirth, and labor risks.
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It also indexes the legal literature of monographs and journal articles published in the Dominican Republic. This has meant a profound transformation of the criminal justice system.
The Justices of the Peace are courts authorized to hear small claim cases. An exclusive function of the Chamber of Deputies is to refer impeachments of public officials before the Senate in matters enunciated by Article 23, Section 4 of the Constitution.
Tax Courts The Tribunal Contencioso Tributario Tax Court is formed of five judges and has jurisdiction over appeals filed against decisions of the public administration regarding the application of taxes. Imprenta Dominicana, 2 v. Main objectives of the reform have been to expedite trials, improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the judiciary, and protect constitutional rights.
Law Firms Some law firms in the Dominican Republic serve as important sources for legal research; they provide in-depth analysis and discussions on legal developments in the Dominican Republic via printed or electronic publications accessible on their homepages, often translated into different languages. 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 Major provisions which govern the Supreme Court of Justice include the following: Military Government ruled the country by martial law through legal instruments denominated as Ordenes Ejecutivas Executive Orders.
The Supreme Court is the highest administrative authority of the Judicial Power. Rodgers, Robert Lee Vossler, Billy Raymond The President and Vice-President may be re-elected for one additional period, as provided by the last amendment made to the Constitution in .
The Court of Minors addresses both civil and criminal matters, particularly issues pertaining to paternity, guardianship, visitation rights, alimony and adoption.
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