A: Compilation of All Legal Doctrines in the Philippines


Act of God
Assumption of Risk
Actus Reus
Audi Alteram Partem
Acquiescence to Authority
Attractive Nuisance
Absolute Privilege
Absorption of Crimes
Actio personalis moritur cum persona
Adherence of Jurisdiction
Adherence to Judicial Precedents
Agency by Estoppel
Alter Ego
Apparent Authority
Animus (non) Revertendi
Animus (non) Possidendi
Abuse of Discretion Anticipatory Breach
Accion Interdictal
Accion Publiciana
Accion Reinvindicatoria
Autonomy of Contracts
Auto-Limitation
Actionable Document
Accion Pauliana
Accion Subrogatoria
Arias Doctrine
Aberratio Ictus
Acts of State (Article I of the 1987 Constitution)
Archipelagic Doctrine (Banco Nacional de Cebu vs Sabatino, 1964)
Ambulatory Nature of a Will
Adverse Possession
Agent of Record
Alternat Practice
Accession
Accretion
Alluvion
Avulsion
Acceleration of Debt
Anticipatory Self-Defense
Arbitration
Animus (non) Manendi
Animus (non) Furandi
Autre Action Pendant
Attentat Clause
Assumpsit
Alimony
Actus Reus Non Facit Reum Nisi Mens Sit Re
Actus Me Invite Factus Non Est Meus Actus
Alibi as the Weakest Defense
Ante Litem Motam
Acts Jure Imperii
Ancient Document
Autrofois

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  2. May I also suggest the inclusion of the Act of State Doctrine, which states that "every sovereign state is bound to respect the independence of every other sovereign state, and the courts will not sit in judgment of another government's acts done within its own territory."

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