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The reform entailed a profound restructuring of institutions 812-09 procedures for adjudicating and registering property rights in the Dominican Republic within the adopted titling system, the Torrens System. Treaties and International Agreements. It shares with Haiti the island of Hispaniola, occupying two thirds of the eastern side of the island. See the Archive Version!

Some of the most significant measures introduced by the constitutional reforms included: The Justices of the Peace are courts authorized to hear small claim cases.

Monetary and Financial Code 3. The Ministry of Labor Ministerio de Trabajo is the state agency responsible for overseeing the compliance of these regulations.

Supreme Court of Justice [28]. It indexes a selection of the most significant laws of the Dominican Republic, but only provides for the full text of the main codes. Justices of the Peace 2. This Bulletin is published by the Supreme Court of Justice and is leyy accessible let since Januaryon the Judicial Power homepage under Consultas — Sentencias. The Public Ministry is composed by: The most leg are: The Senate is empowered to select the members of the Central Electoral Board, the members of the Chamber of Accounts and the Ombudsman.


The Courts of First Instance are divided into: It supports a population of It adopts an accusatory model, based on oral, public and contradictory proceedings and grants Public Prosecutors with the appropriate means to investigate violations, and the capacity to propose alternative methods for solving criminal proceedings.

In addition to its powers to enact laws, the Congress of the Republic 812-09 empowered to increase, or reduce regular or exceptional courts, to approve or reject international treaties and conventions concluded by the Executive Power, and has the authority to review and approve the national budget submitted by the Executive Power.

Case Law Reports and Digests 4.

Following the United States occupation, during the Trujillo Eraseveral important laws were enacted: This Act regulates the origin and conservation of data messages, and digital documents grating them legal value; establishes the requirements for the certification entities and regulates the certificates of digital signatures issued by the certification entities. Administrative Contentious Court [35].

The text of the Labor Code its regulation and related labor laws throughis available on 1882-09 homepage oey the Ministry of Labor under Marco Legal and Transparenciaalternately on the ILO website. Law Reports and Compilations of Legislation.

The court expands to a bench of three judges for cases 1882-09 crimes, which are liable for punishment by incarceration greater than two years. Courts of First Instance. Bythe Dominican Republic had adopted thirty-five constitutional amendments.

They regulate the pollution of soil, water and air; dangerous substances; municipal and housing wastes, sound pollution; and the concession of rights for the use of natural resources, and delimits regions within the country to be protected.

Depending on the case, the Courts of First Instance are presided over by a sole judge who hears punishable acts, which are liable for monetary fines or punishment, by incarceration for a maximum of two years or both penalties at the same time. The first Constitution of the Dominican Republic was promulgated inimmediately after the nation achieved independence from Haiti. See the Penal Code. Justices of the Peace. Eight years later, inArticles 49, 89 and 90 of the Constitution were amended to provide mainly for the presidential re-election and other electoral matters.


The island was discovered by Christopher Columbus inand was named Hispaniola.

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It designates the lower court judges and administrative personnel and exercises the highest disciplinary authority over all members of the Judicial Power. Fifty-six volumes were published, covering the laws, resolutions, decrees and regulations from toarranged in chronological order. It replaces Law No. Courts of First Instance 2.

There are multiple government agencies regulating and supervising the social security system of the Dominican Republic providing access to laws, ordinances, minutes and resolutions some of which are: With amendments, this Code is still largely in effect today.

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LexLata is comprehensive commercial database of laws, decrees, resolutions, codes, case law, digest of cases and journal articles from Gaceta Judicial. The President promulgates and publishes laws and resolutions passed by Congress, and ldy has the constitutional authority under Article 1b of the Constitution, to issue decrees, regulations and instructions which are binding.

The main objectives of this law is to reduce dependence on imported fossil fuels and increase the diversity of energy resources and stimulate private investment in renewable energy. There is at least one small court in each municipality, and one located in the National District. It hears appeals of Cassation and ordinary appeals from matters arising in the Courts of Appeals. Implementing Regulations of Law No. General Law on Electricity, No.