Transparency and Access to Information Network
The Transparency and Access to Information Network (RTA), with the support of the EUROsociAL+ Program, has developed a model to quantify the progress and shortcomings of the right of access to information in Latin America.
In the second stage, the RTA, with the support of the EUROsociAL+ Program and channeled on this occasion through the consulting firm Sustentia, carried out a verification of the diagnostic process based on the first version of the model of indicators, and analyzed the measurement carried out by each country, in order to identify problems that arose when interpreting or scoring the indicators.
Among the RTA countries, there is a high level of compliance with the formal aspects of the Access to Information Laws, a trend that is reduced when we look at their implementation. In summary, the measurement model detects:
Unconstitutionality of the abbreviated trial
In response to your request for an opinion on the age limit on which the obligation to provide maintenance in Colombia is based and weighs, after analyzing the current legal system and based on Article 25 of the C.C.A. and Article 4, paragraph 7, of Decree 117 of 2010, this Office responds:
Article 42, numeral 7 of the Political Constitution of Colombia, Titles XII and XXI of the Civil Code, Laws 27 of 1977, 100 of 1993 and 1098 of 2006 and Decrees 2820 of 1974 and 2737 of 1989 – provisions on the special alimony trial – are applicable to the case.
The alimony obligation essentially requires two defined extremes, such as the capacity of the feeder and the need of the fed, that is, beyond the special case of minors, in which special provisions of Decree 2737 of 1969 are applied, in the handling of alimony for adults it cannot be assumed that it is impossible to support them, since it would clearly be a reversal of the burden of proof. This is so true that the Civil Code itself, in Article 260, transmits this duty to the grandparents of the person being fed in case of lack of resources on the part of the parents, reiterating the thesis that kinship continues to be par excellence the source of the maintenance obligation.
An abbreviated trial may be appealed
Article 2°.- (Aspects of regularization) The massive regularization of urban property rights and other forms of irregular occupations or population settlements, includes the following aspects:
Cession Areas: These are those destined for roads, equipment and green areas, whose ownership is of obligatory transfer to the municipality. They constitute a percentage established in the norms for the habilitation of land for urban uses and land use plans.
Natural Risk Area: Areas in which building is prohibited due to natural risks such as geological characteristics of the soil, excessive slope and exposure to landslides and floods.
Area Subject to Review (ASR): Information contained in the planimetries showing those areas that may be regularized after meeting or exceeding the conditions established in its observation.
Change of Use: Request of the Municipal Government, for the extraordinary change of use assigned by the Land Use Plan on municipal property, for the purposes established by Law No. 2372, before the National Congress, from whom approval is required, in the case of sale to its occupants.
What is rta in law? en línea
Currently, law, along with other professions, is globally exposed to a radical change due to technological advances, which means that lawyers require training to help them adapt to the new reality.
This specialization offers lawyers and professionals with related careers, the opportunity to be trained regarding the most transcendental changes brought about by ICT in the area of Business Law with an interdisciplinary and practical approach in the business, management, industrial, professional and academic niches; starting from the training related to the implementation of Blockchain technologies, smart contracts, automation of professional practice and artificial intelligence, among others.