Jurisdiction 管 辖 权
- It is a principle of first importance that federal courts are courts of limited jurisdiction.
- Jurisdiction determines which court system should properly adjudicate a case.
- Questions of jurisdiction also arise regarding quasi-judicial bodies, such as administrative agencies.
- The case falls within the competence of the court.
- The choice of jurisdiction of a court by agreement shall not violate the provisions of exclusive jurisdiction under the law.
- The court held that exercise of personal jurisdiction must meet the requirements of due process.
- The federal courts have usually interpreted the matters of jurisdiction rather strictly.
- The jurisdictional amount is set by statute and is currently $80,000.
- This matter does not fall within the jurisdiction of the High Court.
- To start a civil suit the plaintiff first picks the proper court, one that has jurisdiction in the case.