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Article I THE NATIONAL TERRITORY Details Constitutional Law TwitterArticle I THE NATIONAL TERRITORYThe national territory of the Philippines comprises:1) the Philippine archipelago;2) all other territories over which the Philippines has sovereignty or jurisdictionPHILIPPINE ARCHIPELAGO that body of water studded with islands which is delineated in the Treaty of Paris (1898), as amended by the Treaty of Washington (1900) and the Treaty with Great Britain (1930). USE THE SEARCH FOR ALL YOUR LEGAL RESEARCH NEEDS: . 8553, AMENDING SECTION 41(B) OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. BATASnatin.com Political and International LawLabor and Social LegislationCivil LawTaxation LawCommercial LawCriminal LawRemedial LawLegal EthicsTermsPrivacyNotes VaultBATASnatin Law MCQuizzerAudio CodalsSitemap Login Form Remember Me Create an account Forgot your username? Forgot your password? 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Although not part of the territory, the coastal State may exercise jurisdiction to prevent infringement of customs, fiscal, immigration or sanitary laws.EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC ZONEBody of water extending up to 200 nautical miles, within which the state may exercise sovereign rights to explore, exploit, conserve and manage the natural resourcesThe state in the EEZ exercises jurisdiction with regard to:1. The definition of internal waters (supra);2. the establishment and use of artificial islands, installations, and structures;2. The straight baseline method of delineating the territorial sea consists of drawing straight lines connecting the outermost points on the coast without departing to any appreciable extent from the general direction of the coast.Important distances with respect to the waters around the Philippines-Territorial Sea 12 nautical miles (n.m.)-Contiguous Zone 12 n.m. the protection and preservation of marine environment; Prev Next Visit the site's Law Firm by clicking the above image to avail of Free Legal Advice or for us to assist you in your legal needs. 403 Forbidden.. Popular in Political and International Law: SUGGESTED ANSWERS TO BAR EXAMINATION IN POLITICAL LAW ARRANGED BY TOPIC (1987 2006) CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I REVIEWER 1987 Philippines Constitution Audio Codals Local Govenrment Code Book 2- Local Taxation and Fiscal Matters (Sections 128- 383) Local Government Code Book 4- Miscellaneous and Final Provisions (Sections 511- 536) Local Govenrment Code Book 1- General Provisions (Sections 1- 127) Local Govenrment Code Book 3- Local Government Units (Sections 384- 510) Republic Act No. consists of itsa) Terrestrialb) Fluvialc) Aerial domains including itsa) Territorial seab) The seabedc) The subsoild) The insular shelves; ande) The other submarine areasINTERNAL WATERS the waters Around, Between and Connecting the islands of the archipelago, regardless of their breadth and dimensionsALL OTHER TERRITORIES OVER WHICH THE PHILIPPINES HAS SOVEREIGNTY OR JURISDICTIONincludes any territory that presently belongs or might in the future belong to the Philippines through any of the accepted international modes of acquiring territory.ARCHIPELAGIC PRINCIPLETwo elements:1. 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