BUS3101.E1ex1

BUS3101.E1ex1 - Name: BUS3101.E1 - Exercice1 Exercise 1...

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Name: BUS3101.E1 -- Exercice1 Exercise 1 Answer Sheet and Essay Responses 1. B 42. B 2. B 43. C 3. D 44. D 4. B 45. B 5. C 46. C 6. D 47. D 7. A 48. C 8. D 49. C 9. D 50. B 10. C 51. A 11. C 52. A 12. C 53. C 13. B 54. B 14. D 55. B 15. A 56. A 16. A 57. C 17. A 58. D 18. C 59. A 19. B 60. C 20. A 61. B 21. C 62. D
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22. D 63. C 23. B 64. B 24. A 65. A 25. D 66. C 26. C 67. D 27. D 68. B 28. A 69. C 29. C 70. D 30. C 71. B 31. B 72. C 32. A 73. A 33. C 74. D 34. C 75. C 35. B 76. A 36. A 77. A 37. A 78. A 38. D 79. B 39. B 80. C 40. C 81. C 41. D Respond to Essay Questions 1 and 2 Below:
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1. Discuss jurisdiction. Include in this discussion a thorough analysis of both state and federal jurisdiction. Jurisdiction (from the Latin Juris meaning “Law” and diction meaning “’to speak, thus meaning literally “the power to speak”) is the authority of a court to hear and decide a specific action. Before a court can hear a case, it should have jurisdiction over the person (or entity) against whom the suit is brought, the property involved in the suit and
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