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Modes of committing acts penalized under the law
provided under Section 3

(d) Accepting or having any member of his family
accept employment in a private enterprise which
has pending official business with him

During the pendency thereof or


Within one year after its termination.

(a) Elements:

The offender is a public officer;
(e) Elements:


That he:



The accused must be a public officer
discharging administrative, judicial or official
functions or a private person charged in
conspiracy with the former ;

Persuades, induced or influence another
public officer to:

Perform an act that violates rules and
regulations duly promulgated by
competent authority;


He must have acted with manifest partiality,
evident bad faith or gross inexcusable
negligence; and


Perform an offense in connection with
his official duties; OR


His action caused any undue injury to any
party, including the government, or gave any
private party unwarranted benefits, advantage
or preference in the discharge of his functions

Allows himself to be persuaded, induced
or influenced to commit such violation or

(f) Elements:
(b) Elements:

The offender is a public employee;


That he made a request or asked a gift;


The request was made in connection with a
transaction in the government; and



The public officer neglected or refused to act
without valid reason after due demand has
been made on him;


Reasonable time has elapsed after due
demand or request;


Such failure to act is for the purpose of
obtaining pecuniary or material benefit or
advantage in favor of an interested party

He has the right to intervene in the
transaction based on his official capacity

(c) Elements:

The offender is a public officer;


That he secured or obtained a permit or
license for another person;


That he directly/indirectly requested any
pecuniary or material benefit in consideration
with the help given

(g) Elements:

That the public officer entered into a contract
or transaction on behalf of the government;


That such contract is grossly disadvantageous
to the government

(h) Elements:

Interest for personal gain shall be presumed. or c. or upon his resignation or separation from office. Which exercises discretion in such approval. contract or transaction. or having a material interest: a. - In any transaction or act requiring the approval of a board. even if he votes against the same or does not participate in the action of the board. or During term. The accused is a public officer a. privilege or advantage. No public officer shall be allowed to resign or retire pending an investigation. Of which he is a member. panel or group i. - An amount of property and/or money manifestly out of proportion to his salary and to his other lawful income. unlawful to to acquire or receive any personal pecuniary interest in any specific business enterprise which will be directly and particularly favored or benefited by any law or resolution authored by him previously approved or adopted by the Congress during the same term. privilege or benefit in favour: a. panel or group. permit. Section 12. . for any offense under this Act or under the provisions of the Revised Penal Code on bribery. or pending a prosecution against him. permit. He has direct or indirect financial or pecuniary interest in any business. committee. (j) Knowingly approving or granting any license. for personal gain. b. Section 6. that fact shall be a ground for dismissal or removal. - Shall prepare and file a true detailed and sworn statement of assets and liabilities. Releasing such information in advance of its authorized release date. as well as upon the expiration of his term of office. - Within the month of January of every other year thereafter. Statement of assets and liabilities. Section 7. Termination of office. criminal or administrative. and b. That (a) he either intervenes or takes part in his official capacity in connection with such interest OR (b) prohibited from having such interest by the Constitution or by law. Dismissal due to unexplained wealth Of a mere representative or dummy of one who is not so qualified or entitled. (i) Directly or indirectly becoming interested. Section 8. (k) Divulging valuable information of a confidential character.a. Prohibition on Members of Congress. On account of his official position to unauthorized persons. Of any person not qualified for or not legally entitled to such license. Acquired by his office or by him b. and ii.