Jurisdiction

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within the jurisdiction   (管轄内)

Citywest lies within the jurisdiction of South Dublin County Council.

Kodachadri peak falls within the jurisdiction of Nittur Grama Panchayat.

Several European countries have a consular presence within the jurisdiction.

original jurisdiction   (元の管轄)

It has "unlimited original jurisdiction", with powers to try any case of any value or crime of any magnitude.

They claimed that the section of the Constitution granting the Supreme Court original jurisdiction did not apply.

Section 83 of the Constitution provides that the Supreme Court has original jurisdiction in the interpretation of the Constitution.

no jurisdiction   (管轄なし)

Halliburton argued they had no jurisdiction, because Mr Ravat worked in Libya.

Dickerson persisted in his view that there was no jurisdiction, but Grier disagreed.

Under canon law church tribunals had no jurisdiction to impose penalties involving mutilation or death.

federal jurisdiction   (連邦管轄)

One aspect of federal jurisdiction is the extent of legislative power.

It also noted that ultimately this was a matter of federal jurisdiction.

Federal courts may only hear cases where federal jurisdiction can be established.

exclusive jurisdiction   (専属管轄)

Therefore, the BNA provided areas of exclusive jurisdiction for federal and provincial governments.

Sanhedria Cemetery is operated under the exclusive jurisdiction of the Kehilat Yerushalayim "chevra kadisha".

The same is not true for infringement proceedings, upon which national courts exercise exclusive jurisdiction.

jurisdiction over all

Besides Egypt, the Church of Alexandria has jurisdiction over all of Africa.

Tollygunge Womens police station has jurisdiction over all the police districts in the South Division, i.e.

Tollygunge Women's police station has jurisdiction over all the police districts in the South Division, i.e.

appellate jurisdiction   (上訴管轄)

They also had appellate jurisdiction over the United States district courts.

The Court also has appellate jurisdiction within the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In criminal cases, the certificate of division was the only source of appellate jurisdiction from the circuit courts (save original habeas) until 1889.

personal jurisdiction

Child support is established in proceedings in which the court has personal jurisdiction over both parties, i.e.

At some point, Istanzia was controlled by Omnia ("Small Gods"), but it can be assumed they have gained personal jurisdiction.

The responding state, which would have personal jurisdiction over the obligor, would provide notice and a hearing for obligor.

administrative jurisdiction

The city of Isabela despite being part of Basilan is not under the administrative jurisdiction of the autonomous region.

However, the administrative jurisdiction of the Puri Municipality extends over an area of spread over 30 wards, which includes a shore line of .

Qinhuai has administrative jurisdiction over the following 12 subdistricts: In 2013, Baixia merged into Qinhuai gaining seven additional subdistricts.

jurisdiction to hear

It is also necessary that a court has jurisdiction to hear a claim.

The United States argued that the Court of Claims did not have jurisdiction to hear the case.

It furthermore has jurisdiction to hear cases against decisions of the European Patent Office regarding unitary patents.

ecclesiastical jurisdiction   (教会の管轄)

In 1798 Ditton was recorded as being within the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Diocese of Rochester, and deanery of Malling.

The title of archbishop or metropolitan may be granted to a senior bishop, usually one who is in charge of a large ecclesiastical jurisdiction.

Most of the Oriental Orthodox Christians in Guatemala are ethnic Mayans, who are under ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch.

territorial jurisdiction

is a list of things or places that fall within the "special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States" within the usage of Title 18, the title of the U.S.C.

The following day, Wesley Merritt, the first American Military Governor, ordered the suspension of the territorial jurisdiction of the colonial Real Audiencia of Manila, and of other minor courts in the Philippines.

However, enrollment with any State Bar Council does not restrict the Barrister from appearing before any court in India, even though it is beyond the territorial jurisdiction of the State Bar Council which he is enrolled in.

criminal jurisdiction

The criminal jurisdiction was also restored to the newly reformed civil high court.

The principal court is the Royal Court and exercises both civil and criminal jurisdiction.

The civil law, codified and based on the Napoleonic Code, is divided between courts with regular civil and criminal jurisdiction and administrative courts.

within its jurisdiction

In 2006, OCFA responded to 79,718 incidents within its jurisdiction and 4,084 mutual aid calls.

The latter, presided upon by Anton Mocioni, recognized Hungarian rule and sought to obtain Romanian rights within its jurisdiction.

The Federal Advisory Council, composed of twelve representatives of the banking industry, advises the board on all matters within its jurisdiction.

general jurisdiction   (一般管轄)

The District Courts are courts of general jurisdiction.

The New York Supreme Court is a trial court of general jurisdiction.

In January 1947 the general jurisdiction chief, Thore Horve, also declared for a decision of non-indictment.

not have jurisdiction

The United States argued that the Court of Claims did not have jurisdiction to hear the case.

The Court does not have jurisdiction to undertake a merits review of these types of decisions.

Williams moved to dismiss the case, arguing that the state court did not have jurisdiction on the reservation.