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    Jurisdiction, who gets what? Gabraille Driscol American InterContinental University CRJ215-1204D Dr. Gwenda Hawk Abstract Who gets what when it comes to jurisdiction, how do you tell if it’s a state matter or a federal matter? Whether state or federal there are strict jurisdictions that both state and federal has to follow. From subject and personal jurisdiction, to the three types of personal jurisdiction. Each court has set boundaries that govern their rights. Without these rights there

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    the past. The Federal Government began intrude onto Indian Land. In 1817 the U.S passed the General Crimes Act1, whcih gave the Federal Government jurisdiction in Indian Country when a crime was commited if either the victim or derfendent was a non-Native. Then, in 1885, the U.S passed the Major Crimes Act2 which gave the Federal Government jurisdiction in Indian Country over major crimes, such as murder, when the defendent was a Native. The Major Crimes

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    Federal Jurisdiction Abstract In this paper I will discuss a case involving Henry, a resident of Nevada, who sued Adam, a resident of Utah in the Federal Court in California. Henry sought $60,000 damages for personal injuries arising from an automobile accident that occurred in Los Angeles, California. I will answer the following questions about this case. Does the Federal Court have jurisdiction? What rules of procedure will

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    Learner's Dictionary defines jurisdiction as the power, right, or authority to interpret, apply, and declare the law (as by rendering a decision) (Merriam-Webster, 2015a). In order for a court to make a decision in any case, the court must have several types of jurisdiction. The appropriate court for this lawsuit depends upon several factors. Personal Jurisdiction Personal jurisdiction “refers to whether a court has power over the person being sued.” (“Personal jurisdiction: How to determine where

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    Cpc Inherent Jurisdiction

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    II “Civil Court has Inherent Jurisdiction to take cognizance of all dispute of Civil Nature except when barred.” -Siddhesh S Pradhan -241 -Division C -BBA LLB Year 4 INTRODUCTION Jurisdiction means the power or authority of a Court of law to hear and determine a cause or matter.[1] It is the power to entertain, deal with and decide a suit, an action, petition or other proceeding.[2] In Smt Ujjambai v. State of UP[3] it was stated that exclusion of jurisdiction means prevention or prohibition

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    Why is the legal concept of jurisdiction important for the operation of American courts? Jurisdiction is import for the operation of American courts because it is the basis behind who has the authority to hear certain cases, where those cases must be heard, and. There are three types of jurisdiction that always have to present in order for a court to have power to make any decisions. They are; subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction, and geographic jurisdiction. Who are the participants

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    Jurisdiction is a term that defines whether a court has the power or authority to hear and/or decide a particular case (Schaffer, Agusti, & Dhooge, 2015, p.61). Jurisdiction is important because it puts limits on the power of a court to hear certain cases. Courts cannot possibly hear every case that is brought before them; therefore, they must use the proper jurisdiction in order to prevent confusing and conflicting results. There are two categories of jurisdiction: subject-matter jurisdiction

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    Personal Jurisdiction “also known as “jurisdiction in personam” is the power of a court to require that a party or a witness come before the court; extends to the states boarders in the state court system and across the courts geographic district in the federal system”(pg. 42). In this case, there are three states involved; first is a Internet Company called Funny Face which is based in California, second state involved is Novelty Now Inc. in Florida who manufactures and distributes the product,

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    “Jurisdiction vs. Venue” Jurisdiction and venue are both very important factors in the court of law. Jurisdiction is the authority given by law to a court to try cases and rule on legal matters within a particular geographic area and over certain types of legal cases. Venue on the other hand is the proper or most convenient location for trial of a case, usually the district of county where the crime was committed. Jurisdiction and venue share similarities as well as differences. These two are similar

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    Jurisdiction Personal jurisdiction refers to the ability of a court to exercise its power over a particular defendant or item of property. Personal jurisdiction may be categorized as in personam, in rem, or quasi in rem. The primary restraints on a court’s power to exercise personal jurisdiction are found in the United States Constitution, state statutes, and case law. The Constitutional basis for personal jurisdiction comes from the due process clause of the 14th Amendment. The statutory basis

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