page features significant 1994 Supreme Court Circulars.
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of Cases for Newly Organized Courts.
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Governing Appeals to the Court of Appeals from Judgments or Final
of the Court of Tax Appeals and Quasi-Judicial Agencies.
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Adm. Circular No. 1-94 dated Jan. 14,1994]
in the Distribution of Cases Among Reassigned Judges and Those of Newly
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Requisites for Civil Complaints, Petitions and Other Initiatory
Filed in All Courts and Agencies Other Than the Supreme Court and the
of Appeals to Prevent Forum Shopping or Multiple Filing of Such
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in the Implementation of RA 7691, Otherwise Known as the "Judiciary
Act of 1980."
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to Section 7 (a) and (d) and Section 8 (a) and (b) in View of the
Jurisdiction of the Lower Courts Under R. A. 7691.
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to Rule 144 of the 1985 Rules on Criminal Procedure, as Amended.
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of Clerks of Court of Regional Trial Courts as Ex Officio
of Court of the Sandiganbayan.
of Statement of Assets and Liabilities.
in the Proper Handling and Use of Official Receipts.
of the Court En Banc Approving and Promulgating the Revised
on Execution of Judgments, Specifically in Appealed Cases and Amending
Section 1, Rule 39 of the Rules of Court.
Recommended by Courts for Inclusion in the Hold Order List of the
of Foreign Affairs.
the Criminal Investigation Service Command, National Investigation
Command, National Capital Judicial Region Copies of Warrants of Arrest.
and Remittance of the Victim Compensation Fee of Five [P5.00] Pesos.
Observance of Section 1 of P. D. No. 1818 Envisioned by Circular No.
dated March 5, 1993 and Circular No. 20-92 dated March 24, 1992.
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Requisites for Petitions Filed With the Supreme Court and the Court of
Appeals to Prevent Forum Shopping or Multiple Filing of Petitions and