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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The second was a motion to dismiss the entire lawsuit for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
Where the parents of a man killed by police officers filed an administrative claim before they were appointed their son's executors, they failed to exhaust their remedies and their wrongful death suit is dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
Mark argues the circuit court erred by dismissing his petition based on a lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
"On December 17, 2018, approximately two years after removing the case, D'Angelo and D'Angelo Law filed their Renewed Motion to Remand the Case to Essex Superior Court for Lack of Subject Matter Jurisdiction ('Mot.
As a result, his case was dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction in March 2017.
Judge Ungaro agreed with the firms threshold argument that the plaintiffs lacked standing for the class claims, denied class certification, noted that she observed several other serious deficiencies in the plaintiffs arguments, and dismissed the remaining individual warranty claims for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
"The trial court's grant of summary disposition on the basis of lack of subject matter jurisdiction in favor of defendants was erroneous," the appeals court opinion stated.
She acknowledged moving the children to Florida, and indicated that she intends to remain there on a permanent basis.<br />The District Court dismissed Father's petition for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
19, 2018), plaintiff commenced a putative class action claiming that defendant violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) by sending her a form letter offering various "settlement opportunities" regarding her debt, and advising that tax consequences "may result from this settlement." According to plaintiff, these provisions of the letter constituted false representations or deceptive means in an attempt to collect a debt in violation of 1692e of the FDCPA.<br />After defendant served its answer, a flurry of motions ensuedincluding defendant's motion to dismiss for lack of subject matter jurisdiction, plaintiff's motion for class certification, and the parties' competing motions for summary judgment.
The Defense Department then moved to dismiss the petition "for lack of subject matter jurisdiction," arguing that the ACLUF "lacks the standing to seek habeas corpus on the detainees behalf" and "circumstances do not warrant the ACLUF's immediate access to the detainee."
This disproportionate emphasis on literacy backfires in later grades, when children's lack of subject matter knowledge impedes comprehension.
When the parties fail to recognize lack of subject matter jurisdiction, which is often the case in removal cases involving LLCs, the court must step in.