Banal v. Tadeo – G.R. No. 78911-25, December 11, 1987

Fact: Petitioner filed a case against the private respondent for violation of BP 22. After numerous changes in the presiding judges, the public respondent assumed jurisdiction. Public respondent then rejects the appearance of petitioner’s private prosecutor claiming that as the BP 22 Law do not prescribe civil liability, only the criminal case may be prosecuted.Continue reading “Banal v. Tadeo – G.R. No. 78911-25, December 11, 1987”