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This article contains a partial list of Philippine laws.

Sources of Philippine laws

;Notes : *Customs may be considered as supplementary source of law, however, customs which are contrary to law, public order or public policy shall not be countenanced

Abbreviations

Philippine laws have had various nomenclature designations at different periods in the history of the Philippines, as shown in the following table:


Notable laws


The following table lists Philippine laws which have been mentioned in Wikipedia, or are otherwise notable. Only laws passed by Congress and its preceding bodies are listed here; presidential decrees and other executive issuances which may otherwise carry the force of law are excluded for the purpose of this table.

Lists of laws by year




2020





2019





2018 (10967–11166)





2017 (10925–10966)





2016 (10740–10924)





2015 (10653–10739)





2014 (10635–10652)





2013 (10355–10634)





2012 (10157–10354)





2011 (10148–10156)





2010 (9903–10146)





2009 (9519–9999)





2008 (9496–9518)





2007 (9366–9495)





2006 (9342–9365)





2005 (9335–9341)





2004 (9233–9334)





2003 (9183–9232)





2002 (9163–9182)





2001 (8990–9162)





2000 (8759–8989)





1999 (8746–8758)





1998 (8446–8745)





1997 (8248–8445)





1996 (8177–8247)





1995 (7854–8176)





1994 (7667–7853)





1993 (7645-7666)




See also

* Congress of the Philippines (section on Lawmaking) * Philippine legal codes * Philippines


References


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External links


The text of many Philippine laws can be found on the following sites:
Laws and Issuances
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Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines

Republic Acts – House of Representatives of the Philippines

Philippine Supreme Court E-Library



Laws, statutes & codes
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ChanRobles Virtual Law Library (new site)

The Corpus Juris Online Law Library

The Lawphil Project by Arellano Law Foundation