JURISDICTION , ingeneral, the exercise of lawful authority, especially by a
See also:court or a
See also:judge; and so the extent or limits within which such authority is exercisable . Thus each court has its appropriate jurisdiction; in the High Court of
See also:Justice in England administration actions are brought in the
See also:chancery division,
See also:salvage actions in the
See also:admiralty, &c . The jurisdiction of a particular court is often limited by
See also:statute, as that of a
See also:county court, which is
See also:local and is also limited in amount . In inter-
See also:law jurisdiction has a wider meaning, namely, the rights exercisable by a state within the
See also:bounds of a given space . This is frequently referred to as the territorial theory of jurisdiction .
DIVORCE CRIMINAL LAW JURISDICTION
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