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ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 64-93.
ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 64-93
 
RE: CREATING A SELECTION/PROMOTION BOARD FOR THE LOWER COURTS.
Pursuant to Sec. 9, Rule VI, of the Omnibus Rules Implementing Book V of Executive Order No. 292, otherwise known as the "Administrative Code of 1987," a Selection/Promotion Board is hereby created for the lower courts other than the Court of Appeals, Sandiganbayan and Court of Tax Appeals. Such Board shall assiduously study and screen applications for positions in the lower courts and thereafter make recommendations thereon the Supreme Court for approval.

Specifically, the Board shall act on the following:chanrobles virtual law library

[1] When an applicant who is not yet in the service is recommended to a vacant position and there are qualified applicants thereto who are already in the service;   [2] When more than one (1) applicant for the same position are recommended by the Presiding Judge;   [3] When an applicant recommended by an Acting Presiding Judge in his designated court is different from the recommendee of the permanent judge therein who is detailed to another court;   [4] When an applicant recommended by the Acting Presiding Judge or by the regular Presiding Judge detailed in another court is different from the recommendee of the Executive Judge;

[5] When the recommendee of a judge is objected to by a co-employee or co-employees of the nominee belonging to the same court; and cralaw

[6] Such other matters as may be referred to the Board for resolution.cralaw


The recommendation of the Board shall prevail over that of the Presiding Judge concerned, subject to the approval of the Supreme Court.

The Board shall be composed of the following:chanrobles virtual law library

1. The Court Administrator, who shall be its Chairman;

2. The Deputy Court Administrator supervising the region where the vacancy exists, who shall be its Vice-Chairman, but who shall act as Chairman in the absence of the Court Administrator;

3. A representative from the Office of the Chief Justice;

4. The Chief of the Administrative Services or his/her representative; and cralaw

5. A representative of the Philippine Association of Court Employees [PACE] to be designated by the Chief Justice;


Atty. Thelma C. Bahia, Director III, Office of the Court Administrator, shall act as Recorder-Secretary of the Board.

The Chairman shall receive an honorarium of P250.00 per meeting, while the Members of the Board and the Recorder-Secretary shall each receive an honorarium of P200.00 per meeting.cralaw

This Order shall take effect immediately.

30 April 1993.
   
 

[Sgd.] ANDRES R. NARVASA
Chief Justice
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