QUIZ: Classification of courts
A quiz on the classification of courts. FOR MORE QUIZZES: https://www.projectjurisprudence.com/search/label/Quizzes.
Philippine courts are not courts of record. *
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Philippine courts may be courts of equity. *
1 point
Constitutional amendment is required to add or change courts a quo. *
1 point
The Sandiganbayan is: *
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Whether or not a court is inferior or superior is relative to each other. *
1 point
The Court of Appeals, the Sandiganbayan and the Court of Tax Appeals are all: *
1 point
Constitutional courts can only abolished through statutory amendment. *
1 point
Obscurity or silence of the law justifies: *
1 point
Philippine courts exercise both civil and criminal jurisdictions. *
1 point
Statutory courts cannot be abolished merely by law. *
1 point
There is ONLY ONE constitutional court in the Philippines. *
1 point
All courts are inferior to the Supreme Court. *
1 point
Philippine courts are courts of equity in case of: *
1 point
The Court of Appeals is a court superior to the National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC). *
1 point
A court is not: *
1 point
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