BUSI 301 Connect Homework Chapter 3 Liberty University Complete Answers
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precedent requires that:
jurisdiction includes authority over the subject matter and:
In order for a court to have jurisdiction, it must have both matter jurisdiction and jurisdiction.
In the analysis of over an out-of-state defendant, the exercise of jurisdiction must be fair and reasonable
factors that would be considered in choosing a forum include , judges, appeals, costs, and time.
when a court reviews the actions of other branches of government to ensure that these actions are consistent with existing law and the constitution, this is referred to as
which of the following statements are true regarding precedent? (check all that apply.)
A law system has law that is developed and interpreted by courts in written decisions
match the type of case with the venue rule.
both trial and appellate courts set precedent
the primary parties involved in a lawsuit are the:
A court that is authorized to initially hear a case is said to have jurisdiction.
Courts of general authority are organized into geographic districts and hear many types of cases, such as: (check all that apply.)
Which of the following are factors to be considered in choosing a forum? (check all that apply.)
Authority of a court to hear a case is
the "judiciary" refers to the:
The trial courts are required to follow the rulings of appellate court is called
As the name implies, long-arm statutes are intended to allow a court to "reach" into another state and exercise over a nonresident defendant.
courts of limited authority are often confined to a particular type of dispute, such as:
a long-arm statutes grants a court specific authority over the defendant due to the defendant's conduct within that state?
Along the Zippo Standard continuum, a(n) website is evaluated on a case by case basis to determine if the website in question will create minimum contacts for a defendant.
When courts consider the plight of a dependent forced to defend a lawsuit in another state they are looking for the constitutional requirements of:
state statutes give state trial courts subject matter jurisdiction on
Federal judges are nominated by the , subject to confirmation by the
Courts explore whether it was reasonably foreseeable that a defendant's actions would have a negative effect on a resident of the court's state in the test.
state statutes give state trial courts subject matter jurisdiction over all of the following except:
when a court sends a case back to the lower court from which it came for further action consistent with instructions from the higher court, legal term to describe this is to the case.
Trial courts adjudicate disputes through an established procedure in which both parties:
the u.s. constitution requires justices on the supreme court
All states have two types of courts: state _____ courts and state _____ courts
the effects test states that minimum contracts is satisfied it it is reasonably that a defendant’s actions could have an effect on a resident of the court’s state.
state inferior courts are also known as: (check all that apply.)
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