Title VI: Paternity and Filiation | Family Code
TITLE VI FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES – We are now going to know about Title VI of the Executive Order No. 209.
The Family Code of the Philippines of 1987 was enacted into law by the 11th President of the Philippines Maria Corazon Cojuangco Aquino.The EO was meant to supplant Book I of the Civil Code which concerns persons and family relations. Work on the said law began in 1979 and was drafted by two successive committees, with the first chaired by Supreme Court Justice Romero, and the second by former Supreme Court Justice J.B.L. Reyes.EO 209 covers fields significant public interest, which also includes the laws on marriage.
ContentsTitle Vi in the Executive Order No. 209 is titled Paternity and Filiation and contains Articles 163 to 182. Here they are, according to this website:
Chapter 1: Legitimate ChildrenArticle 163Article 164Article 165Article 166Article 167Article 168Article 169Article 170Article 171Chapter 2: Proof of Filiation Article 172Article 173Article 174Chapter 3: Illegitimate Children Article 175Article 176Chapter 4: Legitimated Children Article 177Article 178Article 179Article 180Article 181Article 182
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