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The French colony which flourished on the western one-third of the island was officially recognized by Spain in under the Treaty of Ryswick. It has not been updated since There are several official institutions responsible for promoting and coordinating on-going judicial reforms in the Dominican Republic.
It provides for the full text of the laws passed between to ; the leu of decisions of the Supreme Court of Justice from to ; and the full text of the cases of the Supreme Court of Justice published in the Judicial Bulletins from to Unable to control the country effectively, the then governing authorities ceded the country back to Spain in These translated codes, with little adjustment to local needs remained as the law of the Dominican Republic for more than 2880-4 hundred and fifty years .
Info-Compu – This fee-based database indexes the law of the Dominican Republic from to An important reform took pey in when Ley No. I t abrogates the Labor Code and subsequent modifications. The first Constitution of the Dominican Republic was promulgated inimmediately after the nation achieved independence from Haiti. The Council selects one Magistrate to serve as President of the Court, and designates a lsy and second substitute to replace the President of the Supreme Court of Justice in case of absence or incapacity First Vice-President and Second Vice-President.
The Courts of Appeals have original jurisdiction in accusations against lower court judges, Government Attorneys Procuradores Fiscalesand Provincial Governors.
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Once elected Congressional Members serve for a four-year period and may be re-elected without time limitations. Major legislation enacted which governs the Public Ministry include the following: There are ten Courts of Appeals, one for each judicial district.
The banking system also is subject to the provisions contained in the resolutions dictated by the Junta Monetaria Monetary Board.
Public Ministry The Public Ministry is the agency of the Executive Branch responsible for directing the investigation of criminal acts, assisting with the prosecution of criminal actions and protecting the interests of the State. The Constitution of the Dominican Republic, enacted July 25, as found on three sites, below: However, the Libreria y Papeleria La Filantropica does lye have a complete catalogue, making it difficult to learn about new publications.
The President and Vice-President may be re-elected for one additional period, as provided by the last amendment made to the Constitution in . Executive Power Executive power is exercised by the President of the Republic who is elected with the Vice-President by direct vote for a four-year term.
The court expands to a bench of three judges for cases involving crimes which are 288-0 for punishment by incarceration greater than two years.
By the Dominican Republic had adopted thirty five constitutional amendments. The Constitution, enacted at the conclusion of the civil war of Aprilprovided the necessary legal basis to ensure democratic stabilization of the country. The French codification remained in effect until Spanish translations of the five French codes were promulgated in Land Courts The Land Courts are concerned exclusively with procedures relating to clearing title to property, registering real property, and resolving other questions relating to real property.
Courts of First Instance.
Judicial Power Judicial Power is exercised by the Supreme Court of Justice as well as by other courts created by the Constitution or by enacted laws. The Land Courts are concerned exclusively leey procedures relating to clearing title to property, registering real property, and resolving other questions relating to real property.
This law derogates Ley No. The President also may enter into treaties with foreign nations, but unless it is ratified by both houses of the Congress, the treaty will not be binding on the Dominican Republic .
It designates the judges and administrative personnel of all courts, exercises the highest disciplinary authority over all members of the Judicial Power, and sets the salaries and remunerations for judges and administrative personnel.
The fundamental reforms of the Commercial Code were authorized by Decree No. It completely modified the social security system of the Dominican Republic. A total of Executive Orders were enacted, touching on virtually all aspects of governmental administration. They predominantly hear police and labor matters, as well as any other matter which Congress, through legislation, empower them to hear.
A National Health Commission was created to promote overall modernization of the health sector.
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Code of Civil Procedure. Most recent legislature reforms have included updates of basic laws connected with sectors critical to economic and social development focusing on finance, investment and trade, environment, tax and customs, labor and social security .
Following are a selection of Dominican reference sources useful for legal research in the Dominican Republic. It also includes, in electronic format, the most important compilations of Agreements and Conventions ratified by the Dominican Republic. Some of their most recent publications are: This recent Code reform effectively ended the French judicial tradition, originally adopted by Decree No. Articles 89 and 90 were enacted which addressed electoral matters.
It also hears ordinary appeals from matters arising in the Courts of Appeals, as well as questions on the constitutionality of laws. The University has two Law Schools, one on each of its campuses.
The President promulgates and publishes laws and resolutions passed by Congress, and he has the constitutional authority under Article 55, section 2 of the Constitution, to issue decrees, regulations and instructions which are binding, but subject to legislative modification. One strategy for pursuing legal research in the Dominican Republic is to combine an understanding of the major reforms occurring within a specific sector, contained in secondary sources such as legal guides and newsletter published by major law firms in the country, and to identify the State leu related to the specific sector for primary sources.
In August 14,the Constitution of the Le Republic lfy modified. He appoints the cabinet of 18 ministers, denominated Secretarios de Estado Secretaries of Statewho assist him in his function.
Most of the government offices responsible for the regulation and supervision of specific social or economic sectors provide access on their homepages to the legal framework of the sector.