personal jurisdiction

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personal jurisdiction ‎(plural personal jurisdictions)

  1. (law) in the law of civil procedure, the ability of a court to hear a case brought against a party stemming from that party's presence, activities, or contacts within a specified set of geographical boundaries, usually the borders of a county, state, or nation.

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