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They also have jurisdiction to hear habeas corpus actions. The legal system reflects the influence of successive occupancy of the island by foreign nations.
Code of Criminal Procedure 3. 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. Delgado, The Legal System supra note 2, at LexLata is comprehensive commercial database of laws, decrees, resolutions, codes, case law, digest of cases and journal articles from Gaceta Judicial.
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The Supreme Court of Justice was given constitutional authority to designate the judges at all levels of the Judiciary, and authorized to exert disciplinary authority over all its members, putting an end to Executive and Legislative control over judges and personnel of the judiciary. The 186-0 Courts are concerned exclusively with procedures relating to clearing title to property, registering real property, and resolving other questions relating to real property.
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The main pieces of legislation regulating foreign investment in the Dominican are the following: Code of the Minor. See the Archive Version!
The Constitution defines the system of government of the Dominican Republic as being civilian, republican, democratic and representative  and describes the State as social and democratic  founded on the respect for the human dignity, fundamental rights, labor, popular sovereignty and separation of powers.
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Trujillo, and finally leey to present. Courts of Appeal 2. This Bulletin is published by the Supreme Court of Justice and is also accessible electronically since Januaryon the Judicial Power homepage under Consultas — Sentencias. In Law No.
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Case Law Reports and Digests 4. The Constitutional Court Tribunal Constitucional was established by the constitutional reform, to defend 18-07 fundamental rights and protect the constitutional order. The first Constitution of the Dominican Republic was promulgated inimmediately after the nation achieved independence from Haiti. The reform entailed a profound restructuring of institutions and procedures for adjudicating le registering property rights in the Dominican Republic within the adopted titling system, the Torrens System.
Table of Contents 1. An exclusive function of the Chamber of Deputies is to refer impeachments of lsy officials before the Senate for the commission of grave faults while in exercise of their functions.
It designates the lower court judges and administrative personnel and exercises the highest disciplinary authority over all members of the Judicial Power. 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.
It supports a population of Thirteen judges sit at the Constitutional Court elected by the National Council of the Judiciary Consejo Nacional de la Magistraturafor a nine -year term and cannot be reelected. These enactments abrogate Ley No. The Central Bank of the Dominican Republic and the Superintendence of Banking have an excellent website containing current norms regulating the banking system of the Dominican Republic, see under Lwy Legal.
This ,ey marked the beginning of significant reforms eliminating restrictions to foreign investment and promoting the flow of capital into the country. The Courts of First Instance are divided into: Courts of First Instance.
A total of Executive Orders were enacted, touching on virtually all aspects of governmental administration. Bythe Dominican Republic had adopted thirty-five constitutional amendments. They hear direct actions of unconstitutionality of laws, decrees, regulations, resolutions and ordinances; the preventive control of international treaties before their ratification by Congress, and hears jurisdictional disputes between the public authorities.
Law Reports and Compilations of Legislation. These translated codes, with little adjustment to local needs remained as the law of the Dominican Republic for more than one hundred and fifty years .