improper venue

improper venue

noun improper court location, immroper location, incorrect court location, incorrect location, not suitable location, unauthorized location, unsuitable looation, wrong judicial location
Associated concepts: local venue, waiver of venue
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The trial court's judgement was reversed "insofar as it denied the exception of improper venue."
Plaintiffs' suit was first dismissed for improper venue by the Puerto Rico federal district court on April 26, 2010.
Eclipse filed a motion to dismiss for improper venue, arguing that New York is not a state in which it has a fixed place of business.
12(h)(1), and the remedy for improper venue will be transfer to the appropriate venue, as opposed to dismissal.
TC Heartland moved to dismiss the case for lack of personal jurisdiction or to transfer it for improper venue pursuant to 28 U.S.C.
Pursuant to CPLR [section] 511, a defendant seeking to change the place of trial upon the ground of improper venue, "shall serve a written demand that the action be tried in a county he specifies as proper." (CPLR [section] 511 [b]).
Put simply, prejudicial media coverage, events and environment saturated greater Boston, including the social networks of actual trial jurors, and made it an improper venue for the trial of this case, the filing said.
The parties hereby waiving any and all plea[s] of lack of jurisdiction or improper venue. (35) Waste Management filed suit for breach of contract in the Eastern District of Louisiana, and defendant Jefferson Parish moved to dismiss on forum non conveniens grounds.
(55) The defendant moved to dismiss for improper venue under Fed.
has stipulated and agreed that it will not assert any objection of improper venue ...
This is similar to the civil concept of pendant venue, which allows claims to be brought in an otherwise improper venue, so long as other related claims have been filed and venue for those claims is proper.
If any special Alzheimer's rules of court may be suggested for approval by the Florida Supreme Court, I would mention that for both Alzheimer's patients and their caregivers, the ADA coordinators should provide transportation services when needed; that a mandatory and expedited transfer of cases be approved for cases filed in a court that is an improper venue; and, that a "no call list" for collection agencies be created under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.