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Courts of First Instance. At lsy time the Torrens property system was created, a separate system of Land Courts as a specialized jurisdiction within the legal framework was established.

There are Deputies.

Info-Compu – This fee-based database indexes the law of the Dominican Republic from to Fifty six volumes were published, covering the laws, resolutions, decrees and regulations from toarranged in chronological order.

Comprehensive judicial reforms were pursued so as to modernize court administration, judicial budgets and court facilities, and to automate processes used for case and record management. Code of Criminal Procedure. This Law restructured the legal and institutional framework of the public health sector in the Dominican Republic.

Amigo del Hogar, covering law and case law. An important reform took place in when Ley No. During the 22 years of Haitian occupation – the French legal system was imposed on the island, based on the Napoleonic Codes 288-4 The French codification remained in effect until Spanish translations of 288-40 five French codes were promulgated in The University has two Law Schools, one on each of its campuses.

It has not been updated since With modifications, this original code is largely still in effect today.

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It contains an extensive bibliography and references to key documents for 288-0 history of Dominican law and legal lej.


The consequences of these conflicts led alternately to dictatorship Ulises Heureux, -anarchy -occupation of the territory by the United States military forces -dictatorship Rafael L. The court expands to a bench of three judges for cases involving crimes which are liable for punishment by incarceration greater than two years. With modifications, this Code is still largely in effect today.

The University provides access ely the library, but the online catalog can not be accessed off-site. There are several official institutions responsible for promoting and coordinating on-going judicial reforms in the Dominican Republic.

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To assure an adequate level of income taxes, eliminate fiscal deficit, and reduce tax evasion, important amendments to the Tax Code were introduced in the years, andmodifying tax figures and institutions. Following are a selection of Dominican reference sources useful for legal research in the Dominican Republic. Other major pieces of legislation regulating the banking and financial system of the Dominican Republic are the 288-0 It provides for the full text of the laws passed between to ; the digest 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 The Ldy of Deputies is composed of members elected for each province, one for every 50, inhabitants or fraction thereof greater than 25, but in no case shall a province have less than two Deputies.

Since the Dominican Republic has undergone major comprehensive judicial reforms. It designates the judges and administrative ely 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 homepage of the CARMJ provides links to the other two institutions and is particularly useful to understand the fundamental changes brought forth by these reforms, especially in criminal and 28-804 matters.


In August 14,the Constitution of the Dominican Republic was modified. The Court of Minors addresses both civil and criminal matters, particularly issues pertaining to paternity, guardianship, visitation rights, alimony and adoption. The National Congress has constitutional authority to legislate over any matter.

Five judges sit on each of leu courts. Only one judge presides on each Peace Court.

The Tribunal Contencioso Tributario Tax Court is formed of five judges and has jurisdiction over appeals filed against decisions of the public administration regarding the application of taxes. 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.

Monetary and Financial Code. The Gaceta ,ey [20] is the official source of law-reporting, and reports all statutes and laws passed by Congress, as well as decrees and regulations enacted by the Executive Branch.

By the Dominican Republic had adopted thirty five 2880-4 amendments. 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 Chamber President distributes the cases among the different halls through a random allocation system. This Bulletin is published by the Supreme Court of Justice and is also accessible electronically starting with Bulletin No. Codigo Civil Oey Code see also here. 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 [7].