Video 3 - Jurisdiction courts civil procedure Jurisdiction power and authority of court to hear a case Subject matter family court Parties in

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Jurisdiction, courts, civil procedure Jurisdiction – power and authority of court to hear a case Subject matter – family court? Parties, in personam, in Rem, attachment (property unrealred to case) Long Arm statutes – minimum contacts Venue – geographic actual location of trial Federal Exclusive – only be heard in federal court, patents, bankruptcy, trade issues, State Exclusive – only be heard at state level, both citizen of california means it will never be heard federally Concurrent – shared with the state – diversity out of state residence, 2 different states involves and exceeds 75,000, subject matter Trial level state and federal courts, fact and law are heard, judge applies law, jury applies facts Intermediate appeals court – issues of laws not facts, if law has been applied, don’t hear new evidence, appropriately, affirm, reverse, remand for retrial Us supreme court and state supreme court – ultimate appeals court Bench trial – judge acts as judge and jury
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2011 for the course BUS LAW 18 taught by Professor Gough during the Fall '10 term at DeAnza College.

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