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CHAPTER I b. Moral Law


c. Divine Law
1. Define law in its broadest sense. d. Natural Law
2. Define law in a strict legal sense. 14.It is body of rules which regulates the community of
3. Define the Doctrine Stare Decisis nations.
4. Give 2 classification of Natural Law. a. Administrative Law
5. Give 2 classification of Positive Law. b. International Law
6. Give 2 classification of Divine Law. c. Private Law
7. Give 4 classification of Public Law. d. Constitutional Law
8. Give 2 classification of Private Law. 15.Body of rules which creates duties, rights and
9. Give 4 sources of law. obligations, and the means and methods of setting
10.Which of the Following is the appropriate translation
courts in motion for the enforcement of a right or of a
of the maxim “Salus Populi Est Suprema Lex”
redress of wrong.
a. What most of the population accept shall be the
a. Administrative Law
supreme law. b. International Law
b. What is beneficial to most shall be the supreme c. Private Law
law. d. Constitutional Law
c. The welfare of the people shall be the supreme 16.It is the fundamental law of the land which defines the
law. powers of the government.
d. The choice of the people shall be the supreme law. a. Administrative Law
11.It is the universal rule of action that governs the b. International Law
conduct and movement of things which are non-free c. Private Law
and material. d. Constitutional Law
a. Physical Law 17.I. Substantive Private Law refers to the means and
b. Moral Law methods of setting the courts in motion, making the
c. Divine Law facts known to them and effectuating their judgments.
d. Natural Law II. Procedural Private Law those rules which declare
12.Set of Rule which establishes what is right and what legal relations of litigants when the courts have been
is wrong as dictated by the human conscience and as properly moved to action upon facts duly presented to
inspired by the eternal law. them.
a. Physical Law a. I is correct II is incorrect
b. Moral Law b. I is incorrect II is correct
c. Divine Law c. Both are correct
d. Natural Law d. Both are incorrect
13.This law derives its force and authority from God. It is 18.The following source of law does not apply the
superior to other laws. It is binding to the whole doctrine Stare Decisis except
world, in all countries and at all times. a. Precedent
a. Physical Law b. Court Decision
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c. Custom c. Jus possidendi
d. Traditions d. Caveat emptor
e. Ignorantia .legis non excusat
CHAPTER II f. Jus abutendi
g. Jus civile
1. Define Roman Law. h. Jus utendi
2. Define Common Law. i. Cessante ratione cessat ipsa lex
3. Define Mohammedan Law. j. Solutio indebiti
4. Provide the three (3) periods of Rome’s Political k. Jus fruendi
History l. Jus Quiritium
m. Aedificum solo credit
Match following legal maxims and principles with the n. Sic utere tuo ut alienum non leadas
choices provide. o. Accessorium siquitur principale
p. Patria potesta
Legal Maxims and Principles: q. Jus disponendi
5. The right to recover r. Nollum tempus occurit regi
6. The right to dispose s. Res perit domino
7. The right to the fruits t. Negotiorium gestio
8. The right to use u. Nulla poena sine lege
9. The right to abuse v. Jus vedicandi
10.The right to possess w. Anima juris
11.There is no crime when there is no law punishing it x. Herodionem Initio Vinculum
12.Buyers beware
13.Unjust enrichment 22.Roman law that is dominated by ritualism and strong
14.The building follows the land religious tenor.
15.Time runs not against the sovereign a. Jus quiritium
16.The law may be harsh, but it is still the law b. Jus utendi
17.When the reason for the law ceases, the law also c. Jus vedicandi
ceases to exist d. Jus civile
18.The owner of a thing cannot make the use thereof in 23.Roman law referred to as civil law of Romans.
such manner as to injure the rights of a third person a. Jus quiritium
19.Parental authority b. Jus utendi
20.Unauthorized management c. Jus vedicandi
21.The thing perishes with the owner d. Jus civile
24.In Roman political history, it was the period that
Choices started from the earliest times to the abolition of
kingship.
a. Salus populi est supreme lex a. Empire
b. Dura lex sed lex b. Utilitarianism
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c. Monarchy d. Romullo
d. Republic
25.This roman period starts from the abolition of the CHAPTER III
kingship to the unification of Italy.
1. Define Statutory Construction.
2. Define Intrinsic aids and give at least 3 example.
3. Define Extrinsic aids and give at least 3 example.
4.
a. Empire
b. Utilitarianism
c. Monarchy
d. Republic
26.In this period, constant warfare and conquest
prevailed. The reigns of the government are in the
hands of aristocratic citizens called patricians. At
first, the plebians (common citizens) had little to do
with the administration of government. Gradually,
however, they removed the barrier between them due
to their continuing demands for reform.
a. Empire
b. Utilitarianism
c. Monarchy
d. Republic
27.This period is characterized by pierced political strife.
This marks the end of revolutionary period. Its
establishment was followed by two (2) centuries of
profound peace, and in the provinces, responsible
men held power. Roman citizenship was extended to
all free men and Roman law is administered in every
court.
a. Empire
b. Utilitarianism
c. Monarchy
d. Republic
28.Who is the founder of Rome
a. Romullus
b. Romulo
c. Romulus
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