Senate Bill No. 1089, 17th Congress of the Republic

Long Title
AN ACT AMENDING ARTICLE 75 OF TITLE IV OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 209, AS AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 227, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES|WOMEN, CHILDREN, FAMILY RELATIONS AND GENDER EQUALITY|||||FAMILY CODE(E.O.NO. 209)|NO CERTIFICATION|No data for Date Received by Senate|No data for date approved by House|No data for House Bill No.
Short Title
AMENDING ART. 75 OF E.O NO. 209, AS AMENDED BY E.O. NO. 227 (FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES)
Date filed
August 25, 2016

Senate Bill No. 68, 18th Congress of the Republic

Long Title
AN ACT ENSURING THE FUNDAMENTAL EQUALITY OF MEN AND WOMEN UNDER THE LAWS ON MARRIAGE AND FAMILY RELATIONS, AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 209, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
Short Title
EQUAL WEIGHT TO THE DECISIONS OF BOTH PARENTS IN IMPORTANT MATTERS CONCERNING THEIR MARRIAGE/FAMILY
Date filed
July 1, 2019

Senate Bill No. 1287, 18th Congress of the Republic

Long Title
AN ACT ENSURING THE FUNDAMENTAL EQUALITY OF MEN AND WOMEN UNDER THE LAWS ON MARRIAGE AND FAMILY RELATIONS, AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE ARTICLES 14, 96, 124, 211, AND 225 OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 209, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE ' FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES'
Short Title
AMENDING ARTICLES 14, 96, 124, 211, AND 225 OF E.O. NO. 209 (FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES)
Date filed
January 22, 2020

Senate Bill No. 1922, 15th Congress of the Republic

Long Title
AN ACT ALLOWING MARRIED OR LEGALLY SEPARATED WOMEN TO USE THEIR MAIDEN NAME AND SURNAME, AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE REPUBLIC ACT NO. 386, ALSO KNOWN AS THE CIVIL CODE, ARTICLES 370 AND 372, AND EXECUTIVE ORDER 209 SERIES OF 1987, ALSO KNOWN AS THE FAMILY CODE, ARTICLE 63
Short Title
ALLOWING MARRIED OR LEGALLY SEPARATED WOMEN TO USE THEIR MAIDEN NAME AND SURNAME
Date filed
July 22, 2010

Senate Bill No. 460, 15th Congress of the Republic

Long Title
AN ACT ALLOWING MARRIED OR LEGALLY SEPARATED WOMEN TO USE THEIR MAIDEN FIRST NAME AND SURNAME, AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE ARTICLES THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY AND THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY TWO OR R.A. 386, AS AMENDED, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE CIVIL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES, AND ARTICLE 63 OF E.O. 209 OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE FAMILY CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES
Short Title
ALLOWING MARRIED WOMEN OR LEGALLY SEPARATED WOMEN TO USE THEIR MAIDEN FIRST NAME AND SURNAME
Date filed
June 7, 2010