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There is at least one small court in each municipality, and one located in the National District.
See also Decree No. This lej law provides for mandatory and universal coverage for all Dominican nationals and foreigners residing in the Dominican Republic against risks of aging, disability, unemployment, sickness, maternity and childbirth, and labor risks. See the Archive Version! Minors and Juvenile Courts. With amendments, this Code is still largely in effect today.
The banking system also is subject to the provisions contained in the resolutions dictated by the Monetary Board Junta Monetaria. This Code effectively ended the French judicial tradition, originally adopted by Decree No. Structure of the Government. It hears appeals of Cassation and ordinary appeals from matters arising in the Courts of Appeals.
He appoints the cabinet of Ministers who lye him in his function.
General Law on Electricity, No. The legal system reflects the influence of successive occupancy of the island by foreign nations. Code of Criminal Procedure. It was modeled after the Philippines and Australian Torrens system, and remains in effect today. Justice is administered by the Supreme Court of Justice and the other tribunals established by the Constitution or the laws.
This legislation marked the beginning of significant reforms eliminating restrictions to foreign investment and promoting the flow of capital into the country. The French Codes of were adopted as the codes of the Dominican Republic, in their original language, with the modifications set forth by the Constitution, and the Spanish system of courts established during the colonial era were maintained. Monetary and Financial Code 3. During the 22 years of Haitian occupation -the French legal system was imposed on the island, based on the Napoleonic Codes of Code of the Minor 3.
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The Code covers matters regarding income tax, tax on the transfer of industrialized goods and services ITBISand selective consumption tax. Although a Spanish colony, from forward France began to occupy the western side of Hispaniola by taking over large portions of land and converting them into agricultural developments, raising cattle, and stimulating an economy of French commercial goods.
Legislative reforms included updating laws related to the development of critical economic and social sectors focusing on finance, investment and trade, environment, tax and customs, labor and social security. It replaces Law No.
Bythe Dominican Republic had 12-09 thirty-five constitutional amendments. The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction over any cause of action brought against the President, the Vice President, or other public officials, as designated in the Constitution.
Justices of the Peace. Code of Civil Procedure 3. Monetary and Financial Code. Main judicial reforms were centered on expediting trials, and improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the judiciary.
The main pieces of legislation regulating the 1882-09 jurisdiction are: See the Penal Code. Trujillo, and finally democracy to present. With modifications, this Code is still largely in effect today. From tothe Dominican Republic was governed successively by France, Haiti, Spain and then Haiti again, until it finally declared its independence on February 27, The island was discovered by Christopher Columbus inand was named Hispaniola.
Five judges sit on each of the courts, 18-209 the exception of the Courts of Appeals for Minors ely the Contentious Administrative Court where a minimum of 3 judges sit. It does not include the main codes.
This work is a valuable source, in English, on the evolution of the Legal System of the Dominican Republic until Judgments of the Courts of Appeals from the National District since January untiland leyy of the High Administrative Tribunal since January to December have been published electronically on the homepage of the Judicial Power, see under Consultas — Sentencias – Otras Sentencias.
The President of the Republic, the Supreme Court of Justice in judicial matters, the Central Electoral Board in electoral matters, also may introduce legislation in either house of the Congress. Treaties and International Agreements 5. The main laws and regulations governing corporations are: From tomajor legislative and judicial reforms started taking place to adapt the legal and economic framework of the country to a global and regional integration.
Justices of the Peace 2.
Courts of First Instance. The Treaty of Ryswick divided the island into two distinctive cultures — The French on the western side of the island and the Spanish on the eastern.
Executive power is exercised by the President of the Republic who is elected with the Vice-President by direct ldy for a four-year term.
Hear and determine in first instance or on appeal the contentious administrative actions that arise from conflicts between the public administration and its officers and civilian employees.