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It contains an extensive bibliography and references to key documents for the history of Dominican law and legal institutions. Some of their most recent publications are: Trial Judges Jueces de Instruction are competent to resolve all issues which arise during a preparatory proceeding, to conduct the preliminary proceedings, and to dictate relevant resolutions and sentences in accordance with abbreviated rules of procedure.

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Legislation Dominican Republic (Lexadin)

The library has no webpage and no online access to its resources. It contains a compilation of International Treaties and Agreements signed by the Dominican Republic from toorganized by topics. Legal Reforms Since the Dominican Republic has undergone major comprehensive judicial reforms. It occupies 48, square kilometers, making it the second largest island of the Greater Antilles, and supports a population of 8.

The fundamental reforms of the Commercial Code were authorized by Decree No. 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 There are two main bookstores located in Santo Domingo which specialize in Dominican legal materials.

The International treaties for which the Dominican Republic is a signatory, are regulated by Article 3 of the Constitution of the Dominican Republic, which provides that: There are Deputies. An important reform took place in when Ley No. The Justices of the Peace are courts authorized to hear small claim cases. The main pieces of legislation regulating the land jurisdiction are the following: These enactments abrogate Ley No.


Other special courts include: Monetary and Financial Code. The reform entailed a profound restructuring of institutions and procedures for adjudicating and registering property rights in the Dominican Republic within the adopted titling system, the Torrens System.

Other major pieces of legislation regulating the banking and financial system of the Dominican Republic are the following: Hemos adoptado legislaciones para una mentalidad social que en todos sus estamentos no las ve como normal ni quiere aplicarlas. Codigo Civil Civil Code see also here. They predominantly hear police and labor matters, as well as any other matter which Congress, through legislation, empower them to hear.

Once elected Congressional Members serve for a four-year period and may be re-elected without time limitations. The Labor Courts were created by the Labor Code to resolve conflicts between workers and employers. It abrogates Ley No. Please, Read the Update!

It adopts an accusatory model, based on oral, public and contradictory proceedings and grants Public Prosecutors with the appropriate means to investigate violations, and the capacity to propose alternative methods for solving criminal proceedings.

For large Districts these courts can be subdivided into Salas Halls. Discovered by Christopher Columbus inthe Dominican Republic was colonized by Spain until when, pursuant to the Treaty of Basle, which ended the war between France and Spain sparked by the French Revolution, Spain ceded to France the eastern side of the island, giving to France control over the entire island of Hispaniola [2].

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Fifty six volumes were published, covering the laws, resolutions, decrees and regulations from toarranged in chronological order. The French colony which flourished on the western one-third of the island was officially recognized by Spain in under the Treaty of Ryswick. Special Courts Court of Minors The Court of Minors addresses both civil and criminal matters, particularly issues pertaining to paternity, guardianship, visitation rights, alimony and adoption. The Courts of Appeals have original jurisdiction in accusations against lower court judges, Government Attorneys Procuradores Fiscalesand Provincial Governors.

I t abrogates the Labor Code and subsequent modifications. At the time the Torrens property system was created, a separate system of Land Courts as a specialized jurisdiction within the legal framework was established. 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 [11].


Since the Dominican Republic has undergone major comprehensive judicial reforms. The High Land Courts are primarily appellate courts and hear appeals from the Land Courts of original jurisdiction. The library has no online access to its catalog.

The most recent amendments to the Tax Code are: The Public Ministry is composed of the following officials: Major legislation enacted which governs the Public Ministry include the following: It indexes a selection of the most significant laws of the Dominican Republic, but only provides for the full text of the main codes: This treatise is one of the most complete recounts of the history of law in the Dominican Republic, since the colonial times to present.

One strategy for pursuing legal research in the Dominican Republic is to combine an understanding of the major reforms occurring within a specific sector, contained in secondary sources such as legal guides and newsletter published by major law firms in the country, and to identify the State agency related to the specific sector for primary sources.

The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction over any cause of action brought against the President, the Vice President, or other public officials, as designated in the Constitution. Courts of First Instance. The law is complemented by different regulations governing the three main institutions of the system: Muchas veces por la forma de pensar y comportarse de algunas mujeres dominicanas, que interponen y retiran las querellas.

The Monetary Board, the Central Bank and the Superintendence of Banking are the state agencies responsible for regulating and supervising the financial and monetary sector of the Dominican Republic. Military Government ruled the country by martial law through legal instruments denominated as Ordenes Ejecutivas Executive Orders. From to the Dominican Republic was governed successively by France, Haiti, Spain and then Haiti again, until it finally declared its independence on February 27, Executive power is exercised by the President of the Republic who is elected with the Vice-President by direct vote for a four-year term.