Agrarian Reform Law Revitalized (Paper Bound)

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By Judge Recardo Barte

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More than two decades have passed since the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law of 1988 (R.A. No. 6657) was enacted by Congress, during which effectivity a lot of amendments had been introduced into the statute. This is not to mention the number of Department Circulars that have been issued by the DAR in the implementation

of the CARL, so as to keep abreast with the present day agrarian relations, as well as the latest doctrines promulgated by the Supreme Court on the application and interpretation of the law.

Moreover, Section 75 of R.A. No. 6657 provides that R.A. No. 3844, as amended, P.D. No. 27, otherwise known as the Tenants Emancipation Decree and 266 which continue to operate with respect to rice and corn lands, E.O. No. 288 transferring full ownership of lands to qualified beneficiaries under P.D. No. 27 and E.O. No. 229, which provides for the mechanism for the implementation of the CARP, shall continue to have suppletory application in so far as they are not inconsistent with the CARL of 1988. Hence, confusion in the application of these Executive Orders and the provisions of R.A. No. 6657 are likely to arise, necessitating for an appropriate solution to the problem at hand.

One such problem that may arise and in fact has spawned already multiple agrarian disputes, is the tenurial status of a leaseholder who cannot be dispossessed of his landholding even by the owner of the land himself. This author has cited only one example of the many conflicts that exist between the tenant farmer and landowner.

The thrust however of this work, above all paramount considerations is to familiarize and educate the unschooled and powerless farmworkers in the countryside of their rights under the law, who are always being taken advantage of by unscrupulous landowners, in order that they could assert their rights and prevent them from being exploited by these powerful magnates. We shall continue to delve on these conflicting interests in agrarian relations as the reader is treated to the pages of this work.

ISBN978-971-23-9887-2
Copyright2018
Page count336
CoverPaperbound
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