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The State and Its Inherent Powers

This essay analyzes the three inherent powers of the State and their implications in public welfare and collective societal interest.

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The State and Its Inherent Powers The totality of governmental power is contained in three (3) great powers namely: power of eminent domain, police power and power of taxation. These powers are similar in the ff. respects: 1. They all rest upon necessity because there can be no ...





... constituted authorities. It is obvious that without these powers, anarchy and disorder, and a general feeling of fear and insecurity will prevail in society, progress and development will not be possible, and values taken for granted in a free modern society such as truth, freedom, justice, equality and rule of law, and human dignity can never be enjoyed.
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Princess R.

Too short to merit serious reading. It could have presented more ideas.




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