En relation a la supuesta recusacion, el articulo ° del Codigo de Procedimiento Civil Dominicano enumera las nueve causas por las cuales “todo juez puede. 7 Mar , que crea el Sistema Dominicano de Seguridad Social, · Ley No. . Código de Procedimiento Civil de la República Dominicana. Código de Procedimiento Civil de la República Dominicana /, sobre procedimiento de adopción de niños y niñas en estado de abandono de la.

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WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. It occupies 48, square kilometers, making it the second largest island of the Greater Antilles, and supports a population of 8. Another effort was undertaken by William C.

From to the Dominican Republic was governed successively by France, Haiti, Spain and then Haiti again, until it finally declared its independence dominicao February 27, Each High Land Court sits at least five judges, but Land Court proceedings are presided by a sole judge. Matthew Downs for his invaluable comments, suggestions and revisions to this article.

The High Land Courts are primarily appellate courts and hear appeals from the Land Courts of original jurisdiction. The Senate is composed of 32 members, one Senator elected by each province, plus one Senator representing the National District. 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. The banking system also is subject to the provisions contained in the resolutions dictated by the Junta Monetaria Monetary Board.

This new law provides for mandatory and universal coverage of all Dominican nationals and foreigners residing in the Dominican Republic against risks procedimienot aging, disability, unemployment, sickness, maternity and childbirth, and labor risks.

Members of both chambers are elected by direct majority vote. The Land Courts are concerned exclusively with procedures relating to clearing title to property, registering real property, and resolving other questions relating to real property.


The Oficina Nacional de la Defensa Publica Public Defenders Cdigo was established to provide legal assistance to those who could not afford to seek legal assistance.

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.

It contains an extensive bibliography and references to key documents for the history of Dominican law and legal institutions. Don’t have an account? Five judges sit on each of the courts. The following is a list of government offices providing access to primary legal sources: Treaties and International Agreements The International treaties for which the Dominican Republic is a signatory, are regulated by Article 3 of the Constitution of the Dominican Republic, which provides that: One strategy for pursuing legal research in the Dominican Republic is to combine an understanding of the major reforms occurring within a specific sector, contained in secondary sources such as legal guides and newsletter published by major law firms in the country, and to identify the State agency related to the specific sector for primary sources.

There are two main bookstores located in Santo Domingo which specialize in Dominican legal materials. The National Congress has constitutional authority to legislate over any matter. These enactments abrogate Ley No.

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It also includes, in electronic format, the most important compilations of Agreements and Conventions ratified by the Dominican Republic. Other major pieces of legislation regulating the banking and financial system of the Dominican Republic are the following: Justices of the Peace The Justices of the Peace are courts authorized to hear small claim cases.

Discovered by Christopher Columbus inthe Dominican Republic was colonized by Spain until when, pursuant to the Treaty of Basle, which ended the war between France and Spain sparked by the French Revolution, Spain ceded to France the eastern side of the island, giving to France control over the entire island of Hispaniola [2]. Gaceta Judicialano 1, no. Structure of the Government.


The homepage of the CARMJ provides links to the other two institutions and is particularly useful to understand the fundamental changes brought forth by these reforms, especially in criminal and family matters.

The major laws regulating the Land Courts are: This recent Code reform effectively ended the French judicial tradition, originally adopted by Decree No. Case Law Reports and Digests. Codigo Civil Civil Code see also here. During the 22 years of Haitian occupation – the French legal system was imposed on the island, based on the Napoleonic Codes of The consequences of these conflicts led alternately to dictatorship Ulises Heureux, -anarchy -occupation of the territory by the United States military forces -dictatorship Rafael L.

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Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts cdoigo other readers. It also indexes the legal literature of monographs and journal articles published in the Dominican Republic.

The Gaceta Oficial [20] is the official source of law-reporting, and reports all statutes and laws passed by Congress, as well as decrees and regulations enacted by the Executive Branch. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Yeymi Margarita Portes Perdomo Publisher: He appoints the cabinet of 18 ccodigo, denominated Secretarios de Estado Secretaries of Statewho assist him in his function.

Trujillo, and finally democracy to present Structure of the Government The Constitution defines the system of government of the Dominican Republic as being civilian, republican, democratic and representative.

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