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Imagine that you have a book of rules. These rules tell you what you can and cannot do. One day, your teacher decides to change some of the rules. She crosses out some of the rules and writes new rules in their place. The old rules are no longer in effect. They are dead.
The BIR is like your teacher. The Congress is like the author of the book of rules. When the Congress repeals a law, it is like your teacher crossing out a rule in the book. The law is no longer in effect. It is dead.
When the Congress repeals a law, it means that the law is no longer in effect. This means that the law cannot be enforced by any government agency, including the BIR. The BIR cannot resurrect a dead law.
A repealed law is considered dead and cannot be resurrected by any executive officials. This is because the power to make laws belongs to the Congress, and the power to enforce laws belongs to the executive branch. The executive branch cannot make laws, and the Congress cannot enforce laws.
So, what happens to a repealed law? It is simply removed from the books. It no longer exists. Any actions taken under the repealed law are considered null and void.
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