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1. (Points: 1.0)      State courts are independent of federal courts. a. True b. False    2. (Points: 1.0)      A motion for summary judgment may be supported with sworn statements and other materials. a. True b. False    3. (Points: 1.0)      Discovery is a process for gathering evidence and information for a lawsuit.  a. True b. False    4. (Points: 1.0)      Generally, a state court can exercise jurisdiction over anyone within the boundaries of the state. a. True b. False 
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  5. (Points: 1.0)      A state court cannot exercise jurisdiction over all of the property located within the boundaries of  the state. a. True b. False    6. (Points: 1.0)      An answer can deny the allegations made in a complaint. a. True b. False    7. (Points: 1.0)      The Internet has no effect on a court’s assertion of personal jurisdiction. a. True b. False    8. (Points: 1.0)      A justiciable controversy is a case in which the court’s decision—the “justice” that will be served— will be controversial.
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a. True b. False    9. (Points: 1.0)      Cyberspace is its own jurisdiction a. True b. False    10. (Points: 1.0)      A justiciable controversy is a case in which the court’s decision—the “justice” that will be served— will be controversial. a. True
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This note was uploaded on 11/12/2010 for the course BUS buisness l taught by Professor Jeck during the Fall '10 term at Riverside Community College.

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