KATARUNGANG PAMBARANGAY LAW PDF

Katarungang Pambarangay , or the Barangay Justice System is a local justice system in the Philippines. It is operated by the smallest of the local government units , the barangay , and is overseen by the barangay captain , the highest elected official of the barangay and its executive. They do not constitute a court as they do not have judicial powers. The system exists to help decongest the regular courts and works mostly as "alternative, community-based mechanism for dispute resolution of conflicts," [1] also described as a "compulsory mediation process at the village level.

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Where one party is the government, or any subdivision or instrumentality thereof;. Where one party is a public officer or employee, and the dispute relates to the performance of his official functions;. Where the dispute involves real properties located in different cities and municipalities, unless the parties thereto agree to submit their difference to amicable settlement by an appropriate Lupon;. Any complaint by or against corporations, partnership or juridical entities, since only individuals shall be parties to Barangay conciliation proceedings either as complainants or respondents Sec.

Disputes involving parties who actually reside in barangays of different cities or municipalities, except where such barangay units adjoin each other and the parties thereto agree to submit their differences to amicable settlement by an appropriate Lupon;. Offenses for which the law prescribes a maximum penalty of imprisonment exceeding one 1 year or a fine over five thousand pesos P5, Disputes where urgent legal action is necessary to prevent injustice from being committed or further continued, specifically the following:.

Criminal cases where accused is under police custody or detention see Sec. Petitions for habeas corpus by a person illegally deprived of his rightful custody over another or a person illegally deprived or on acting in his behalf;. Actions coupled with provisional remedies such as preliminary injunction, attachment, delivery of personal property and support during the pendency of the action; and.

Any class of disputes which the President may determine in the interest of justice or upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Justice;. Labor disputes or controversies arising from employer-employee relations Montoya vs. Escayo, et al. Actions to annul judgment upon a compromise which may be filed directly in court See Sanchez vs. Tupaz, SCRA Under the provisions of R. Issued by the Lupon Secretary and attested by the Lupon Chairman Punong Barangay , certifying that a confrontation of the parties has taken place and that a conciliation settlement has been reached, but the same has been subsequently repudiated Sec.

Issued by the Pangkat Secretary and attested by the Pangkat Chairman, certifying that:. Issued by the Punong Barangay, as requested by the proper party on the ground of failure of settlement where the dispute involves members of the same indigenous cultural community, which shall be settled in accordance with the customs and traditions of that particular cultural community, or where one or more of the parties to the aforesaid dispute belong to the minority and the parties mutually agreed to submit their dispute to the indigenous system of amicable settlement, and there has been no settlement as certified by the datu or tribal leader or elder to the Punong Barangay of place of settlement Secs.

If mediation or conciliation efforts before the Punong Barangay proved unsuccessful, there having been no agreement to arbitrate Sec. A case filed in court without compliance with prior Barangay conciliation which is a pre-condition for formal adjudication Sec.

The court in which non-criminal cases not falling within the authority of the Lupon under this Code are filed may at any time before trial, motu proprio refer case to the Lupon concerned for amicable settlement.

Strict observance of these guidelines is enjoined. This Administrative Circular shall be effective immediately. Where one party is the government, or any subdivision or instrumentality thereof; 2. Where one party is a public officer or employee, and the dispute relates to the performance of his official functions; 3. Where the dispute involves real properties located in different cities and municipalities, unless the parties thereto agree to submit their difference to amicable settlement by an appropriate Lupon; 4.

Disputes involving parties who actually reside in barangays of different cities or municipalities, except where such barangay units adjoin each other and the parties thereto agree to submit their differences to amicable settlement by an appropriate Lupon; 6. Offenses where there is no private offended party; 8. Disputes where urgent legal action is necessary to prevent injustice from being committed or further continued, specifically the following: a.

Petitions for habeas corpus by a person illegally deprived of his rightful custody over another or a person illegally deprived or on acting in his behalf; c.

Actions coupled with provisional remedies such as preliminary injunction, attachment, delivery of personal property and support during the pendency of the action; and d. Actions which may be barred by the Statute of Limitations. Any class of disputes which the President may determine in the interest of justice or upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Justice; Issued by the Pangkat Secretary and attested by the Pangkat Chairman, certifying that: a.

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