Isagani A. Cruz (October 11, 1924 – March 21, 2013) was a Filipino judge who served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines from 1986 to 1994.
Isagani A. He retired from the Supreme Court on October 11, 1994, due to the court's mandatory retirement age of 70 years. Cruz was originally from Manila. He graduated from Manuel L. Quezon School of Law in 1951. He placed eighth in the 1951 Philippine Bar Examination with a score of 9. 2%. He married his wife, Salvacion, on May 3, 1952.
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Justice Isagani A. Cruz wrote a column entitled "Separate Opinion" which appeared in the Philippine Daily Inquirer from April 1995 to June 2010. This is an online archive of those columns, arranged by date.
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Isagani Cruz and Cesar Europa filed a petition for prohibition and mandamus, questioning the constitutionality of.
Isagani Cruz and Cesar Europa filed a petition for prohibition and mandamus, questioning the constitutionality of certain provisions of IPRA: a) It allows the indigenous people/cultural community to OWN NATURAL RESOURCES ; b) It defines ancestral lands and ancestral domains in such a way that it may include private lands owned by other individuals; c) It categorizes ancestral lands and domains held b. Justice Puno’s Separate Opinion: The IPRA Law DID NOT VIOLATE the Regalian Theory 1. These lands claimed by the IPs have long been theirs BY VIRTUE OF NATIVE TITLE; they have lived there even before the Spanish colonization.
Isagani Cruz’s Marjorie is a play that depicts a Filipino Woman’s struggle with her identity. It also serves as a satire on some aspects of the Filipinos living, especially the idiosyncrasies that are viewed as stereotypical in the Philippine society. The elements that are crucial in portraying the theme of story are its setting, characterization and the conflict. The first scene is in the Manila Airport, where Marjorie is waiting for her flight to America