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CIVIL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES

Art. 13. When the laws speak of years, months, days or nights, it shall be
understood that years are three hundred sixty-five days each; months, of
thirty days; days, of twenty-four hours; and nights from sunset to sunrise.
If months are designated by their name, they shall be computed by the
number of days which they respectively have.
In computing a period, the first day shall be excluded, and the last day
included.

refers to
month
-

the legally recognized number of days in a year or in a
YEAR- three hundred sixty five (365) days
MONTH- thirty (30) days
DAY- twenty four (24) hours
NIGHT- from sunset to sunrise

IMPORTANT: If months are designated by their name, they shall be
computed by the number of days which they respectively have, i.e. February
has 28 days and March has 31.
Computing Periods:

Legal Periods:

In computing the period, the first day shall be excluded and the last
day included.