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Case of Bigamy

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1 Case of Bigamy on Thu Nov 10, 2011 11:27 am

JOSE LISING


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My former Boss was married to a Filipina in Hong Kong
and also married after few years to a Chinese in Rome, Italy. Can I sue my Boss for Bigamy?

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2 Re: Case of Bigamy on Thu Nov 10, 2011 1:38 pm

quinnamira


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why would you sue your boss?? i don't think its relevant...and i don't think that u have the right to sue him.. unless you're also married to him???

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3 Re: Case of Bigamy on Thu Nov 10, 2011 10:33 pm

roj


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your boss is liable for bigamy case. as far as i know the person who can file the case is the aggrieved person or the aggrieved party...

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4 Re: Case of Bigamy on Fri Nov 11, 2011 12:04 am

attyLLL


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bigamy is a public crime and anyone can file the case.

there is a big debate whether it can be prosecuted in the philippines because the ceremony was committed outside the philippines.


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5 Re: Case of Bigamy on Fri Nov 11, 2011 10:44 pm

roj


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attyLLL wrote:bigamy is a public crime and anyone can file the case.
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u mean attyLLL even if ur not an aggrieve person or aggrieve party can file the case for as long as you have the proof?

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6 Re: Case of Bigamy on Sat Nov 12, 2011 8:36 pm

concepab


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roj wrote:
attyLLL wrote:bigamy is a public crime and anyone can file the case.
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u mean attyLLL even if ur not an aggrieve person or aggrieve party can file the case for as long as you have the proof?

The reason why bigamy is a public crime is because of the public license to marry. Marriage is a public contract between the husband and wife to form a new unit within society and it is in the best interest of society to regulate those licenses for the orderly function of society. It is thought that if marriages were contracted without order or consideration for the other marriages already in existence, then chaos would ensue and destroy the orderly functioning of society....

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7 Re: Case of Bigamy on Sun Nov 13, 2011 12:12 am

attyLLL


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roj, yes.


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8 Re: Case of Bigamy on Sun Nov 13, 2011 6:00 pm

roj


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hi attyLLL how about the concubinage is it also considered a public crime?

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9 Re: Case of Bigamy on Sun Nov 13, 2011 9:17 pm

concepab


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roj wrote:hi attyLLL how about the concubinage is it also considered a public crime?
No. Bigamy is a public offense and a crime against status, while adultery/concubinage are private offenses and are crimes against chastity.

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10 Re: Case of Bigamy on Mon Nov 14, 2011 3:08 pm

roj


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concepab wrote:
roj wrote:hi attyLLL how about the concubinage is it also considered a public crime?
No. Bigamy is a public offense and a crime against status, while adultery/concubinage are private offenses and are crimes against chastity.

ganun po ba? so dapat yung aggrieved party or person talaga yung magfile..kasi may alam kasi aku na tao na yung status nya is considered as concubinage since shes living now w/ a man who is not his husband (foreigner).

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11 Re: Case of Bigamy on Tue Nov 15, 2011 12:07 am

roj


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by the way in relation to bigamy case how lng po ba ang result lng resolution ng kaso? tapus if may result na sa resolusyon ilang months pa ba ang antayin para marelese ang warrant?

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12 Re: Case of Bigamy on Tue Nov 15, 2011 1:03 am

attyLLL


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the rules state about 45 days, but in truth there's no standard time. i have a current bigamy case where the resolution has been pending for almost 4 months.


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13 Re: Case of Bigamy on Tue Nov 15, 2011 3:07 pm

roj


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ah ok attyLLL thanks ang tagal pa pala =( ang haba pa ng freedom the accused person..=(

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14 Re: Case of Bigamy on Thu Nov 17, 2011 2:28 am

manilenio


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concubinage/bigamy is the case filed against the husband, while adultery is the case filed against the wife, right? also, are both crimes (bigamy and adultery) punishable by incarceration? i was under the impression that only adultery is punishable by incarceration because a child borne out of that illicit affair is still considered a legal heir of the husband of the woman, even if he isn't the father.

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