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" Local government units may group themselves, or consolidate or coordinate their efforts, services, and resources for purposes commonly beneficial to them. "
Congressional Highlights - Page 67
1993
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Official Gazette, Volume 87, Issue 43

Philippines - Law - 1991 - 496 pages
...acts of their component units are within the scope of their prescribed powers and functions; • (f ) Local government units may group themselves, consolidate...resources for purposes commonly beneficial to them ; (g) The capabilities of local government units, especially the municipalities and barangays, shall...
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Managing Small-scale Fisheries: Alternative Directions and Methods

Fikret Berkes - Electronic books - 2001 - 321 pages
...within 15 km of the coastline. The general operating principle is that local government units (LCU) may group themselves, consolidate or coordinate their efforts, services, and resources for a common purpose. The LCUs and local communities were also given certain privileges and/or preferential...
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The Role of Governance in Asia

Yasutami Shimomura, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies - Business & Economics - 2003 - 404 pages
...the acts of their component units are within the scope of their prescribed powers and functions; (f) Local government units may group themselves, consolidate...resources for purposes commonly beneficial to them; (g) The capabilities of local government units, especially the municipalities and barangays, shall...
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The Fisheries Co-management Experience: Accomplishments, Challenges and ...

Douglas Clyde Wilson, Jesper Raakjaer Nielsen, Poul Degnbol - Business & Economics - 2003 - 356 pages
...in the design of development programmes. A general operative principle is a provision that the LGUs may group themselves, consolidate or coordinate their...resources for purposes commonly beneficial to them. The LGUs were given broad powers to generate funds through local taxes or shares in revenue from the...
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Record of the Batasan, Volume 4

Philippines. Batasang Pambansa - Philippines - 1978 - 686 pages
...by the Constitutional provision which states that: "Local government units may group themselves, or consolidate or coordinate their efforts, services,...resources for purposes commonly beneficial to them." (Section 4 (2) of Article XI.) This argument seems to be plausible. It is, however, a belabored proposition...
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