lack of subject matter

lack of subject matter

noun bereft of authority, deficient subject matter jurisdiction, inadequate subject matter jurisdiction, insufficient subject matter jurisdiction, lack of auuhority to hear and decide a case, lack of capacity to decide the matter in issue, lack of capacity to hear the controversy, lack of decision-making power over the case, lack of legal authority, lack of legal power to decide a case, lack of purview, want of subject matter jurisdiction, without subject matter jurisdiction
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On October 13, 2015, the Circuit Court of the First Circuit of the State of Hawaii granted Ciber Inc s motion to dismiss the Hawaii Department of Transportation s (HIDOT) complaint for ignoring the law and a lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
NOTEREF _ReC56116482 \h \* MERGEFORMAT) The District Court ultimately decided that due to the existing precedent in the Second Circuit, the court had to apply the statute as jurisdictional in nature and dismissed the claim for lack of subject matter jurisdiction (NOTEREF _Ref256116482 \h \* MERGEFORMAT)
The Appeals Court of Massachusetts held, inter alia, that on a motion to dismiss for lack of subject matter jurisdiction, when a factual challenge has been made and matters outside the pleadings are presented and considered, the burden is on the plaintiff to prove jurisdiction.
Phil Mook Enterprises, (September 13, 2011), Judge Whittemore rejected the defendant's attempt to moot an FLSA overtime claim by Stephanie Klinger by tendering "full payment" and claiming that the Court should dismiss the case based upon lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
The general rule in Illinois is that a lawsuit against a dead person is void for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
District Court for the Southern District of Florida's denial of Germany's motion to dismiss the Complaint for lack of subject matter jurisdiction in the case of World Holdings, LLC v.
Yet, abstract art continues to bean uncomfortable confrontation for many museum visitors who often feel confounded by a lack of subject matter.
2d 267, 269 (2008) ("Although the issue of subject matter jurisdiction was not raised in the lower courts, a court's lack of subject matter jurisdiction is not waivable, but may be raised at any stage of the action, and the court may, ex mero motu on its own motion, at any time, when its attention is called to the facts, refuse to proceed further and dismiss the action.
Boutros' complaint for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
Cases following Lovett permitted procedural arguments to enjoy the immunity from timeliness requirements that follows from a lack of subject matter jurisdiction.