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the right and power to command, decide, rule, or judge

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734) The Canadian bank, however, was jurisdictionally present in New York.
104) Consider the current central-planner model, which aggregates claims jurisdictionally and procedurally based on minimal commonality, as one end of the extreme and atomization as the other.
2) The analysis will not be jurisdictionally specific but given that a completely general analysis is impossible it will to some extent rely on English/UK company law.
Because July 1, 2002 is the day the ICC was founded we cannot jurisdictionally handle any atrocity that happened before that time .
Court of Federal Claims have recently upheld the government's position that an informal claim is jurisdictionally inadequate if the taxpayer does not "perfect" the claim (by filing a complete formal refund claim) before the IRS rejects it, unless there is unequivocal evidence that the IRS has waived the technical deficiencies in an informal claim by considering it on the merits.
The ALP Government could have abolished the 'genuinely pertains' requirement, which is a test that evolved from the old requirement for an 'industrial dispute' when federal industrial relations legislation was jurisdictionally based on the constitutional conciliation and arbitration power (see Williams 1998).
The judges care about the practical effect of decisions, substantively, procedurally, and jurisdictionally.
While the precise causes of these ills are jurisdictionally specific, a synoptic review of identifiable generic factors must include dwindling population bases, particularly in rural and remote regions of Australia, escalating operating costs, cost-shifting from higher tiers of government in the Australian federation, as well as a long-run shift in emphasis from 'services to property' to 'services to people' (Dollery, Wallis and Allan, 2006), often involving the delivery of additional local community services, such as aged-care facilities, public safety programs, as well as alcohol and drug problem mitigation.
It follows that a successful profession needs a knowledge base that is powerful enough to annex new areas of work but not too abstract to be jurisdictionally challenged.
Relatedly, these multiple state and nonstate actors are differentiated not only functionally (as are the various public agencies within the state) but also jurisdictionally.
The First Circuit has stated that registering courts may not grant relief from foreign judgments unless the judgment is jurisdictionally deficient or there are grounds that support an independent equitable action.
a comic freedom constituted jurisdictionally as one formal norm's response to another" (291).
Jurisdictionally speaking, Wales comes under the English legal system.
283) Still, Justice Alito insists that the distinction between Flast (congressional action) and Hein (executive action) is both real, and jurisdictionally dispositive:
The commission, chaired by former United States Attorney General Benjamin Civiletti, found that the death penalty is racially and jurisdictionally biased, costly, and carries the risk of executing an innocent person.