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Re: [tips_and_tricks] Definitions - http://www.legal-term.com/

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  • jm367@bellsouth.net
    Can you provide authority for these statements: Subject Matter juridiction and Personal jurisdiction MUST also be accompanied by Jurisdiction in the first
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 29 1:41 PM
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      Can you provide authority for these statements:
      Subject Matter juridiction and  Personal jurisdiction MUST also be accompanied by "Jurisdiction in the first instance" concerning the specific case at hand.  [What is meant by "Jurisdiction in the first instance" ?]
      The Plaintiff bringing the case must cite the Court's Subject Matter jurisdiction and Personal jurisdiction, and then specifically tie the content of the case to those jurisdictions - in more ways than geography as stated here. 
      When either the Personal or Subject matter jurisdiction and/or the latter jurisdictional tie to the case is left out of the Plaintiff's Pleadings, subsequent orders of the Court are VOID (not even voidable!).   [What do you do about a void order since it appears good on its face ? ]
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