Personal jurisdiction

Personal jurisdiction – in the sphere of Court Trials this legal phrase details the jurisdiction of the court over the concrete claimant or defendant, on the base of their permanent address of residence, which should be within the area of jurisdiction of this court. I.e. usually you should forward you claim to the court who is in charge in your residence area, or depending of the local legislation the court which has jurisdiction over the defendant because of their residence address.

* Note it is advisable to hire a lawyer who to submit the claim on your behalf, because lawyers know terms, conditions and specifics of applications; in this way you may avoid a situation where your claim could be revoked (i.e. not accepted) by the court due to some legal defect or shortcoming – for example if you have not stipulated requested details, or have not attached the needed proofs, etc.

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