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 Supreme Court e-Library -
The E-Library is the primary research tool in the speedy delivery of justice for it "Puts all laws, decisions and rules and regulations in the Judge's fingertips." It serves the entire Judiciary - the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, Sandiganbayan, Court of Tax Appeals, Regional Trial Courts, Metropolitan Trial Courts, Municipal Trial Courts and Shari'a Courts. 

 The Corpus Juris -
Corpus Juris aims to become the premier provider of Philippine legal resources and research services. Just like its namesake from the times of the ancient Byzantine Empire, they have strived to create a comprehensive consolidation of the body of laws of the Philippine legal system.

 Chan Robles Virtual Law Library -
Chan Robles was founded on May 28, 1988.  It was then known as Joselito Guianan Chan & Associates based in Manila. In 1991, Atty. Joselito Guianan Chan was joined by Atty. Reynaldo Bustos Robles to form Chan  Robles. Both partners are active, experienced practitioners, authors and publishers of law books, professors of law and professional consultants in various fields of law.  

 Official Gazette -
The Official Gazette is the official journal of the Republic of the Philippines. This website is the online version of the print edition of the Official Gazette, which was created by decree of Act No. 453 and Commonwealth Act No. 638.

 Senate of the Philippines -
The Philippine Legislature, in whom legislative powers were vested, was a bicameral legislative body composed of a Senate and a House of Representatives.    The Jones Law gave the Philippine Legislature general legislative powers, with limitations that all laws affecting immigration, currency, coinage or tariff and those pertaining to lands of public domain, timber, mining are subject to the approval of the President of the United States of America.  It also gave the Filipinos greater participation in government through the power of confirmation over the appointments of officers in the Executive and Judicial branches of the government.

 Philippine Congress -
The Legislative Power is vested in the Congress of the Philippines... They are made by lawmakers in the Philippine Legislature that is also called the Congress of the Philippines. Congress has two chambers or houses - the House of Representatives and the Senate.

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