Cases covered by CAM, JDR (A.M. No. 11-1-6-SC-PHILJA)

A.M. No, 11-1-6-SC-PHILJA: CONSOLIDATED AND REVISED GUIDELINES TO IMPLEMENT THE EXPANDED COVERAGE OF COURT-ANNEXED MEDIATION (CAM) AND JUDICIAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION (JDR)

The expanded coverage of CAM and JDR also provides that from the promulgation of the guidelines, the following cases shall be referred to CAM and deemed subject to JDR:

[1] All civil cases covered by the Rule on Summary Procedure;

[2] All civil liability of criminal cases covered by the Rule on Summary Procedure;

[3] Civil liability for violation of Batas Pambansa (BP) No. 22;

[4] Special proceedings for the settlement of estates;

[5] All civil filed with a certificate to file action issued by the Punong Barangay or the Pangkat ng Tagapagkasundo under the Revised Katarungang Pambarangay Law;

[6] All criminal cases filed with a certificate to file action issued by the Punong Barangay or the Pangkat ng Tagapagkasundo under the Revised Katarungang Pambarangay Law;

[7] The civil aspect of quasi-offenses under Title 14 of the RPC;

[8] The civil aspect of grave felonies punishable by correctional penalties not exceeding 6 years imprisonment, where the offended party is a private person;

[9] The civil aspect of estafa;

[10] The civil aspect of theft;

[11] The civil aspect of libel;

[12] All civil cases brought on appeal from the exclusive and original jurisdiction granted to the first level courts under Section 33, par. [1] of the Judiciary Reorganization Act of 1980;[13] All probate proceedings, testate or intestate, brought on appeal from the exclusive and original jurisdiction granted to the first level courts under Section 33, par. [1] of the Judiciary Reorganization Act of 1980;

[14] All cases of forcible entry brought on appeal from the exclusive and original jurisdiction granted to the first level courts under Section 33, par. [2] of the Judiciary Reorganization Act of 1980;

[15] All cases of unlawful detainer brought on appeal from the exclusive and original jurisdiction granted to the first level courts under Section 33, par. [2] of the Judiciary Reorganization Act of 1980;

[16] All civil cases involving title to real property brought on appeal from the exclusive and original jurisdiction granted to the first level courts under Section 33, par.[3] of the Judiciary Reorganization Act of 1980;

[17] All civil cases involving possession of real property brought on appeal from the exclusive and original jurisdiction granted to the first level courts under Section 33, par.[3] of the Judiciary Reorganization Act of 1980;

[18] All civil cases involving any interest in real property brought on appeal from the exclusive and original jurisdiction granted to the first level courts under Section 33, par.[3] of the Judiciary Reorganization Act of 1980; and

[19] All habeas corpus cases decided by the first level courts in the absence of the Regional Trial Court judge, that are brought up on appeal from the special jurisdiction granted to the first level courts under Section 35 of the Judiciary Reorganization Act of 1980.

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