• Law, Persons and Family Relations
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  • by:  Virgilio P. Alconera

  • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
  • ISBN: 978-971-691-902-8
  • No. of Pages: 561
  • Size: 6"x9"
  • Edition: 2010 Edition
  • Binding: Softbound



Description:

IN THIS book the meat of the decisions of the Supreme Court in the cases used to explain or illustrate the provisions of the Civil Code and the Family Code on law, persons and family relations are directly quoted. Words and phrases are defined or explained the way the law or the Supreme Court has defined them. The decisions of the Supreme Court are liberally quoted to enable students of law, especially those who are not yet lawyers, to appreciate the unassailable logic and the often elegant language used in them and make their study of law more enjoyable, more fulfilling. The author believes that students of law who aspire to become lawyers will not only appreciate the logic and the language,
but they will --- as a matter of course --- also imbibe them and make them part of themselves. And if that happens, passing the Bar Examination and --- later, when they finally become lawyers --- making good position papers, memoranda, appeal briefs, and other legal papers required in the practice of the law profession will not be as difficult as they now perhaps imagine.


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  • Law, Persons and Family Relations
  • ₱980.00
  • Eligible for free shipping!
  • by:  Virgilio P. Alconera
  • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
  • ISBN: 978-971-691-902-8
  • No. of Pages: 561
  • Size: 6"x9"
  • Edition: 2010 Edition
  • Binding: Softbound

Description:

IN THIS book the meat of the decisions of the Supreme Court in the cases used to explain or illustrate the provisions of the Civil Code and the Family Code on law, persons and family relations are directly quoted. Words and phrases are defined or explained the way the law or the Supreme Court has defined them. The decisions of the Supreme Court are liberally quoted to enable students of law, especially those who are not yet lawyers, to appreciate the unassailable logic and the often elegant language used in them and make their study of law more enjoyable, more fulfilling. The author believes that students of law who aspire to become lawyers will not only appreciate the logic and the language,
but they will --- as a matter of course --- also imbibe them and make them part of themselves. And if that happens, passing the Bar Examination and --- later, when they finally become lawyers --- making good position papers, memoranda, appeal briefs, and other legal papers required in the practice of the law profession will not be as difficult as they now perhaps imagine.


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