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- in different jurisdictions, and between courts within the same jurisdiction. The usual legal doctrine under which questions of jurisdiction are decided...
- died) and remembers co-operating with Warrick. "Cross Jurisdictions" at IMDb "Cross Jurisdictions" at CSI Guide.com "Cross Jurisdictions" at CSI Files...
- states are usually single jurisdictions, but the United Kingdom is a notable exception; it has three separate jurisdictions due to its three separate...
- concurrent jurisdiction (or non exclusive jurisdiction), in which more than one court may take jurisdiction over the case. Exclusive jurisdiction is typically...
- Heritable jurisdictions were, in the law of Scotland, grants of jurisdiction made to a man and his heirs. They were a usual accompaniment to feudal tenures...
- split the resulting OFCs into jurisdictions that acted like a terminus for corporate connections (a Sink), and jurisdictions that acted like nodes for corporate...
- Bailiwick of Guernsey is a separate jurisdiction in itself, and is in turn also three separate sub-jurisdictions. It does not form part of, and is separate...
- of the League of the Ten Jurisdictions. The Landvogt lived at Castels Castle near Luzein. The League of the Ten Jurisdictions was very active in the Three...
- three legal jurisdictions of the United Kingdom: England and Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Each legal system defaults to its jurisdiction, each of...
- definition 2, differentiates "common law" jurisdictions and legal systems from "civil law" or "code" jurisdictions. Common law systems place great weight...