jurisdiction of the court

See: judicature
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Guarding services of the courts of the jurisdiction of the court of appeal of pau, in the departments of landes (lot 1), pyrnes-atlantiques (lot 2) and hautes-pyrnes (lot 3).
She attacked the jurisdiction of the court to entertain the suit on the grounds that being a post-election issue, it is only the National Assembly election petition tribunal that has the jurisdiction to adjudicate on the matter.
It was also the case of the plantiff's counsel that one of the witnesses had travelled outside the jurisdiction of the court.
'We don't have to pull out anybody if the position is we never was under the jurisdiction of the court, then it behooves whoever is there to do something for himself,' he said.
Justice Njoki Ndung'u said the petitioner Walter Nyambati had not properly invoked the jurisdiction of the court.
On December 7, the trial court issued warrants of arrest for the four counts of libel, prompting Trillanes to voluntarily surrender to the jurisdiction of the court by posting bail.
"Because he'll be away and the court may set hearings and he'll not be around so you have to inform the court that you will be outside the jurisdiction of the court," he added.
LAHORE: A local court on Friday adjourned a Rs10 billion defamation suit against Prime Minister Imran Khan, directing the lawyers from both sides to prepare their arguments on an application challenging jurisdiction of the court to hear the case.
LAHORE -- A sessions court Thursday directed lawyers of both PTI Chief Imran Khan and PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif to come up with arguments on territorial jurisdiction of the court to hear Rs 10 billion damages suit of the latter against the former.
Additional District and Sessions Judge Anjum Mumtaz adjourned hearing till Sept 1 and directed the counsel from both sides to come up with detailed arguments on the jurisdiction of the court.
He said Sosma, which was approved during the administration of the BN government in 2012, was pre-emptive, whereby the detention of any individual was under the jurisdiction of the court and not through the power of the minister or inspector-general of police (IGP).
She noted that the EU and its Member States remain "staunch supporters of the ICC and are committed to full co-operation on the prevention of serious crimes falling under the jurisdiction of the Court." (end) nk.mt