24 - jurisdiction. b. In personam jurisdiction. c. In rem...

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The Jurisdiction of Courts [moderate p. 29] 55. The power or authority of a court to hear a case is known as: a. Standing. b. Venue. c. Certiorari. d. Forum-selection. e. Jurisdiction. E [moderate p. 29] 56. The requirement that a plaintiff have a stake in the outcome of a case is known as: a. Jurisdiction. b. Certiorari. c.Venue. d. Standing. e. Relevance. D [easy p. 29] 57. Which of the following kinds of jurisdiction would be necessary and sufficient for a court to a. b. c. d. C hear a case? Subject matter and in personem and in rem Subject matter or in personem or in rem Subject matter and either in personem or in rem In rem and either subject matter or in personem [difficult pp. 29-30] 58. The term for jurisdiction based on the location of a piece of property is: a.Long-arm
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Unformatted text preview: jurisdiction. b. In personam jurisdiction. c. In rem jurisdiction. d. Subject matter jurisdiction. e. Standing. C [moderate p. 30] 59. What does it mean if a court has in personam jurisdiction? a. It means the court has the power to make and enforce a judgment against a particular person. b. It means a party has a personal stake in the outcome of a particular case. c. It means the court must meet special requirements in non-business cases involving individuals. d. It means the case has been filed at the correct location with the state. e. It means the court has personal jurisdiction but not subject matter jurisdiction. 21 A...
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