Re: [Czechlist] Legal term - URGENT, please help
>"vecne a mistne prislusny soud"Co "[a|the] court having subject matter and personal jurisdiction"? Mozna,
ze bych mel hned pridat, ze vyraz "*personal* jurisdiction" v anglictine
znamena, ze soud je *mistne* prislusny.
"The simplest purpose is to provide an alternative to dismissal for lack of
personal or subject matter jurisdiction."
"There are two distinct forms of jurisdiction that are relevant in any case
viz. 'personal jurisdiction' and 'subject matter jurisdiction'. . . .
As discussed above, generally a court must possess both personal and
subject matter jurisdiction to determine any case."
"Personal jurisdiction is the power of a court or similar tribunal over an
individual or over property. Unless a court has both subject matter and
personal jurisdiction, its judgments are not legally effective. . . .
>>>>>Typically, courts are given personal jurisdiction over anyone servedwith process while physically within the territory of the state,<<<<< and
also are given jurisdiction over any property physically located within the
territorial limits of the state when that property is attached."
Temi >> << oznacuji vysvetleni toho, ze slovo "personal" znamena taky
"mistne" v tom pripade. Tak se nemusi nekdo bat toho, ze jeden system si
zvolil pridavne jmeno "personal", zatimco druhe si zvolil pridavne jmeno
"mistne". V obou pripadech, jde hlavne o to, zda existuje prislusny vztah
mezi obvinenym i teritorii kde je soud.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
- Thank you, Simon and Melvyn, for finding a bit of time to help me out. I
really appreciate it.
"The court appropriate to the location and the type of case" sounds really
good to me, I am going to use it.
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- --- In Czechlist@y..., Alena Jetelinova <a_jetelinova@y...> wrote:
> Thank you, Simon and Melvyn, for finding a bit of time to help meout. I
> really appreciate it.really
> "The court appropriate to the location and the type of case" sounds
> good to me, I am going to use it.ACTually, I reckon Simon and Michael's solution sounds better in
- I very much appreciate your help,
Simon, Melvyn, Tony and Michael (in order of appearance on my screen).
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