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CASIN, ALIYAH LORIN R.

9-MASIKAP

The Philippines' Department of Agrarian Reform

(Filipino: Kagawaran ng Repormang Pansakahan, abbreviated


as DAR or KRP) is the executive department of the Philippine
Government responsible for the redistribution of agrarian land in
the Philippines.

1902 Land Registration Act

The Philippines' Land Registration Authority (Filipino: Pangasiwaan sa


Patalaan ng Lupain), abbreviated as LRA, is an agency of the
Philippine government attached to the Department of
Justice responsible for issuing decrees of registration and
certificates of title and register documents, patents and other land
transaction for the benefit of landowners, agrarian reform-
beneficiaries and the registering public in general; providing a
secure, stable and trustworthy record of land ownership and recorded
interests therein so as to promote social and economic well-being and
contribute to the national development.

Batas Republika Blg. 1190 ng 1954

Ang Kagawaran ng Repormang Pansakahan ng Pilipinas (Ingles: Department


of Agrarian Reform, o DAR) ay isang kagawarang
tagapagpaganap ng Pamahalaan ng Pilipinas na itinakdang magsagawa ng
lahat ng mga programang reporma sa lupa (partikular ang repormang
pansakahan) sa bansa, na may layuning itaguyod ang katarungang
panlipunan at industriyalisasyon.

Batas Republika Blg. 1160

AN ACT TO FURTHER IMPLEMENT THE FREE DISTRIBUTION OF AGRICULTURAL


LANDS OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN AS PROVIDED FOR IN COMMONWEALTH ACT
NUMBERED SIX HUNDRED AND NINETY-ONE, AS AMENDED, TO ABOLISH THE LAND
SETTLEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION CREATED UNDER EXECUTIVE ORDER
NUMBERED THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-FIVE, DATED OCTOBER TWENTY-THREE,
NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY, AND TO CREATE IN ITS PLACE THE NATIONAL
RESETTLEMENT AND REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION, AND FOR OTHER
PURPOSES.
The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program

more commonly known as CARP, is an agrarian reform law of the


Philippines whose legal basis is the Republic Act No.
6657,[1] otherwise known as the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law
(CARL).[2] It is the redistribution of private and public agricultural
lands to help the beneficiaries survive as small independent farmers,
regardless of the “tenurial” arrangement. Its goals are to provide
landowners equality in terms of income and opportunities, empower land
owner beneficiaries to have an equitable land ownership, enhance the
agricultural production and productivity, provide employment to more
agricultural workers, and put an end to conflicts regarding land
ownership.
The Department of Education
(abbreviated as DepEd; Kagawaran ng Edukasyon) is the executive
department of the Philippine government responsible for ensuring
access to, promoting equity in, and improving the quality of basic
education.[2] It is the main agency tasked to manage and govern the
Philippine system of basic education. It is the chief formulator of

1902 Public Land Act

The Philippine Organic Act (c. 1369, 32 Stat. 691) was a basic law for
the Insular Government that was enacted by the United States
Congress on July 1, 1902. It is also known as the Philippine Bill of
1902 and the Cooper Act,after its author Henry A. Cooper. The approval
of the act coincided with the official end of the Philippine–American
War.

The Agricultural Land Reform Code (RA 3844)

was an advancement of land reform in the Philippines and was enacted


in 1963 under President Diosdado Macapagal. It abolished tenancy and
established a leasehold system in which farmers paid fixed rentals to
landlords, rather than a percentage of harvest

Philippine education policy and responsible for the Philippine primary


and secondary school systems. It has its headquarters at the DepEd
Complex in Meralco Avenue, Pasig City.