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Chapter I. Civil Personality
I. Concept and Classes of Persons
Chapter II. Citizenship and Domicile
I. Who are Filipinos
II. Domicile
Chapter III. Marriage
I. Definition and Nature of Marriage
II. Requisites of Marriage
III. Marriages Solemnized Abroad
IV. Presumption of Marriage
Chapter IV. Void Marriages
I. Grounds
III. Effects of Nullity
Chapter V. Voidable Marriages
I. Grounds for Annulment (Art. 45, FC)
II. Marriage When One Spouse Absent
IV. Voidable v. Void Marriage
V. Voidable v. Legal Separation
VI. Jurisdiction
I. Grounds for Legal Separation
II. Defenses
III. When to File/Try Actions
VI. Reconciliation
VIII. De Facto Separation
II. Rights of Spouses (Arts. 72-73, FC)
III. Use of Surname
I. General Provisions
II. Donations by Reason of Marriage
III. Absolute Community of Property
IV. Conjugal Partnership of Gains
I. Family
II. Family Home
Chapter X. Paternity and Filiation
I. Kinds of Filiation
IV. Legitimation (Arts. 177 and 182)
Chapter XI. Adoption
Chapter XII. Support
I. Support
IV. Order of Support (SDAB)
Chapter XIII. Parental Authority
I. Parental Authority
IV. Rights and Duties of Children
VI. Institution of Heirs
X. Allowance and Disallowance of Wills
XI. Substitution of Heirs
XII. Legitimes
XIII. Preterition
XIV.Reserva Troncal
XV. Disinheritance
XVI.Legacies and Devises
Chapter III. Intestate Succession
II. The Intestate or Legal Heirs
IV. Relationship (Arts. 963-969, CC)
VIII. Outline of Intestate Shares
I. Accretion
II. Capacity to Succeed
IV. Collation (Arts. 1061-1077, CC)
II. Breach of Obligation
III. Fortuitous Event (Force Majeure)
IV. Remedies to Creditors
Chapter III. Different Kinds of Obligations
I. Pure and Conditional Obligations
II. Reciprocal Obligations
III. Obligations with a Period
V. Joint and Solidary Obligations
VI. Divisible and Indivisible Obligations
VII.Oblligations with a Penal Clause
I. Payment or Performance
II. Loss or Impossibility
IV. Confusion or Merger of Rights
V. Compensation
VI. Novation
II. Object
III. Cause
I. Rules
I. Definition
II. Classification
Chapter II. Ownership
III. Specific Rights under the Civil Code
Chapter III. Accession
II. General Principles of Accession
III. Kinds of Accession
Chapter IV. Quieting of Title
I. In General
II. Purpose
III. Nature: Quasi in Rem
IV. Requisites
V. Prescription of Action
Chapter V. Co-Ownership
II. Characteristics
V. Sources of Co-Ownership
X. Extinguishment of Co-Ownership
Chapter VI. Possession
II. Degrees of Possession
III. Classes of Possession
IV. Cases of Possession
V. What Things May be Possessed
VII.Acquisition of Possession
VIII. Effects of Possession
XI. Possesion May Be Lost By
Chapter VII. Usufruct
IV. Classes of Usufruct
V. Rights of Usufructuary
VI. Rights of the Naked Owner
VII.Obligations of the Usufructuary
VIII. Special Cases of Usufruct
IX. Extinguishment of Usufruct
X. Conditions Not Affecting Usufruct
Chapter VIII. Easement
II. Essential Features
III. Classification of Servitudes
V. Modes of Acquiring Easements
VIII. Legal Easements
Chapter IX. Nuisance
II. Classes
III. Liability in Case of Nuisance
IV. Regulation of Nuisances
I. Mode v. Title
II. Mode
Chapter XI. Donation
I. Nature
II. Requisites
III. Kinds
VI. Acceptance
VIII. What May Be Donated
IX. Effect
X. Revocation and Reduction
Chapter XII. Lease
I. General Characteristics
II. Kinds
III. Lease of Things
I. Definitions and Basic Concepts
II. Nature and stages
III. Purpose of Registration
IV. Modes of Acquiring Land Titles
V. Jurisdiction
Chapter 2: Torrens Certificate of Title
I. Original Certificate of Title or OCT
II. Transfer Certificate of Title
III. Patents
Chapter 3: Original Registration
I. Laws Governing Land Registration
II. Effect of Registration
III. Original Registration Proceeding
Chapter 5: Subsequent Registration
I. Two Types of Dealings
III. Voluntary vs. Involuntary Dealings
VI. Mortgages and Leases
VII.Powers of Attorney; Trusts
VIII. Involuntary Dealings
Chapter I. The Contract of Sale
I. Definition (Art 1458, CC)
II. Elements
I. Obligations of the Seller
II. Obligations of the Buyer
Chapter III. Double Sales
I. General Rule
III. Remedies of the Buyer
Chapter VII. Extinguishment of Sale
II. Conventional Redemption
III. Equitable Mortgage
IV. Legal Redemption
I. Purpose
II. Coverage
III. Duty of Seller
IV. Effect of non-compliance
Chapter I. General Principles
I. Types of Credit Transactions
II. Security
III. Bailment
Chapter II. Loan (Arts. 1933-1961, CC)
II. Characteristics of a Loan
III. Kinds of Loan: In General
IV. Commodatum
VII.Mutuum or Simple Loan
VIII. Interests
IX. The Usury Law
Chapter III. Deposit
II. Kinds of Deposit
III. Characteristics of Deposit
V. Obligations of the Depositary
VI. Obligations of the Depositor
VIII. Necessary Deposit
IX. Judicial Deposit
Chapter IV. Guaranty
III. Classification
IV. Rules Governing Guaranty
V. Guaranty Distinguished from Others
VI. The Guarantor (Arts. 2056-2057)
VII.Effects of Guaranty
VIII. Extinguishment of Guaranty
Chapter V. Legal and Judicial Bonds
Chapter VI. Suretyship
II. Pledge
III. Mortgage
IV. Foreclosure of Mortgage (Art. 2085)
V. Antichresis
VI. Chattel Mortgage
I. Definition [Art.1868,CC]
III. Characteristics [CNPPBF]
IV. Essential Elements
VI. Agency v Similar Contracts
Chapter II. Obligations of the Agent
I. To Carry Out the Agency
VII.To Be Responsible for Substitutes
VIII. To Pay Interest
Chapter III. Liabilities of the Agent
I. Liability to Third Persons
II. Liability to the Principal
III. Liability of Two or More Agents
Chapter IV. Obligations of the Principal
III. To Indemnify the Agent for Damages
IV. To Pay the Agent’s Compensation
V. To Be Solidarily Liable
Chapter V. Extinguishment of Agency
Extinguishment of Agency [EDWARD]
III. Withdrawal of the agent
V. Revocation
I. Essential Features
III. Distinctions
IV. Rules to Determine Existence
V. How Partnership is Formed
VI. Partnership Term
VII.Kinds of Partnerships
I. Make Contributions as Promised
III. Manage the Partnership
IV. Render Full Information
V. Account for benefits
VI. Reimburse expenses
VII.Liable for Partnership Contracts
VIII. Solidarily Liable with Partnership
II. Bound by Partnership Admission
III. Bound by Notice Partner
IV. Liable for Acts of the Partnership
Chapter IV. Rights of Partners
I. Share in Losses and Profits
II. Associate Another in His Interest
III. Access to Partnership Books
IV. Obtain Formal Account
V. Property Rights
Chapter V. Rights of the Partnership
I. Acquire Immovables
II. Preference of Creditors
Chapter VI. Dissolution and Winding Up
I. Definitions
II. Causes for Dissolution
III. Consequences of Dissolution
IV. Partner’s Liability
I. Right to Wind Up
Chapter I. Introduction, Definitions
A. Tort and Quasi-Delict
B. Damages
Chapter II. Concept of Quasi-Delict
A. Elements
B. Distinguished
Chapter III. Negligence
A. Concept of Negligence
B. Degrees of Negligence
C. Proof of Negligence
D. Defenses
Chapter IV. Causation
A. Proximate Cause
Chapter V. Persons Liable
A. The Tortfeasor
B. Vicarious Liability
C. Specific Liability
D. Joint and Solidary Liability
E. Civil Liability Arising From Crime
F. Prescription
A. Violation of Civil and Political Rights
B. Defamation, Fraud, Physical Injuries
Chapter VIII. Human Relations Provisions
A. Abuse of Rights
B. Acts Contra Bonus Mores
C. Dereliction of Duty
D. Illegal Acts
E. Unfair Competition
F. Violation of Human Dignity
Chapter IX. Damages
A. Definition and Concept
B. Kinds of Damages
Chapter I. Introduction
Chapter II. Jurisdiction
II. Exercise of Jurisdiction
Chapter III. Choice of Law
I. Approaches to Choice of Law
Chapter IV. Characterization
I. Types of Characterization
II. Depecage
Chapter V. Renvoi
A. Definition
II. Ways of Dealing with Renvoi
I. Proof of Foreign Law
Chapter VII. Nationality
I. Determination of Nationality
II. Procedure for Naturalization
III. Loss of Philippine Citizenship
Chapter VIII. Domicile
I. Domicile
II. Beginning and End of Personality
III. Absence
IV. Name
V. Age of Majority
VI. Capacity
Chapter X. Family Relations
I. Marriage
II. Divorce and Separation
III. Annulment and Declaration of Nullity
IV. Parental Relations
V. Adoption
I. Torts
II. Crimes
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