Chapter 2 BLAW

Chapter 2 BLAW - Chapter 2 STUDY QUESTIONS 1. If a...

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Chapter 2 S TUDY Q UESTIONS 1. If a corporation is incorporated in Delaware, has its main office in New York, and does business in California, but its president lives in Connecticut, in which state(s) can it be sued? A court has the ability to declare jurisdiction on wherever they would like. They just prove that the defendant had sufficient contacts with the rules and regulations of that state. 2. What is the difference between a court of general jurisdiction and a court of limited jurisdiction? General jurisdiction- exists when a court’s subject matter jurisdiction is not restricted. A court of general jurisdiction can normally hear any type of case. Limited jurisdiction- exists when a court’s subject matter jurisdiction is limited. Bureaucracy courts are an example of this. 3. What is the role of a court with appellate jurisdiction? They act as reviewing courts. They are generally only used when a award is being appealed from a different court. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2011 for the course BLAW 3201 taught by Professor Fry during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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Chapter 2 BLAW - Chapter 2 STUDY QUESTIONS 1. If a...

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