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Businesslawch2 - Chapter 2 Judicial Review is the process where the judiciary can decide whether the laws or actions from the other 2 branches are

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Chapter 2 Judicial Review is the process where the judiciary can decide whether the laws or actions from the other 2 branches are constitutional. Jurisdiction is “the power to speak the law.” Before any court can hear a case, must have 2 types of jurisdiction, over the defendant and jurisdiction over the subject matter of dispute. In personal jurisdiction is over any person or business that resides in a certain geographic area. In Rem jurisdiction a court can also excerise jurisdiction over property that is located within its boundaries. Long arm statue says a court can ex cerise personal jurisdiction over certain out of state defendants based on activities that took place within the state. Probate courts are state courts that handle only matters relating to the transfer of a persons assets and obligations after that persons death. Bankruptcy Courts handle only bankruptcy proceedings. Federal Question
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course BUS 315 taught by Professor Hickox during the Spring '08 term at Rhode Island.

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Businesslawch2 - Chapter 2 Judicial Review is the process where the judiciary can decide whether the laws or actions from the other 2 branches are

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