Administrative legislation in the Philippine contractors’ industry
Barcenas, Lai-Lynn A.B. | March 2018
Among the instances of administrative legislation is the foreign ownership limitation in the contractors’ industry in the Philippines. This Policy Note revisits the manner in which this came about and recommends appropriate steps the government should adopt to comply with existing Constitutional and statutory mandates on foreign ownership in the country. As a background, this paper reviews the hierarchy of laws in the Philippines and examines which sets of laws have precedence over others. It also assesses the extent of their binding authority over all other laws, rules, and regulations emanating from them.
CitationBarcenas, Lai-Lynn A.B.. 2018. Administrative legislation in the Philippine contractors’ industry. © Philippine Institute for Development Studies. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/8174.
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